At Exclusive Beauty, we specialize in discovering what is causing your acne and then developing a customized plan, just for you, to rebalance your inner ecology and get clear skin!
There are around 100 comedogenic (pore clogging) ingredients in products to look out for. Are you sick and tired of persistent acne, but haven’t got the time to research every ingredient in all the products you use? Get your FREE Comedogenic Product Analysis Here.
If You Ever Wished You Had The Flawless Skin Of Your Favorite Celebrities Then You Must Never Forget To Exfoliate.
Lots of ladies out there just don’t understand the importance of regular exfoliating. It’s a MUST for keeping your face (and body) replenished, especially during the winter months. It resolves many skin problems like blemishes, clogged pores, pigmentation/spots, dry skin, rough skin, and lines and wrinkles, plus serums and moisturizers CAN’T penetrate through layers of dead skin when applied on non-exfoliated skin, they’ll only lead to dry looking patches and flaking makeup.
Three times as many women as men have to deal with Rosacea, and it usually occurs between the ages of 25-55 years. Now add to that… a family history of Rosacea and acne, a fair-skin complexion and a heritage of northern European descent (English, Scottish, Welsh, Irish, German or Scandinavian) and you are likely to experience the embarrassingly red skin condition called ROSACEA.
Now That You Have Made The Serious Decision To Embark On The Accutane Adventure…Lets Help You With Caring For Your Changing Skin.
What is Accutane???
Accutane is a prescribed form of vitamin A. It reduces the amount of oil released by oil glands in your skin, and helps your skin renew itself more quickly. Accutane is used to treat severe nodular acne. It is usually given after other acne medicines or antibiotics have been tried without successful treatment of symptoms. This drug is the most contraindicative to skin care due to it’s alteration of the skin’s pH.
Is Your Skin All Partied Out?
New Year New Skin!
Champagne, Dancing till the early hours of the morning and eating more than usual. Party celebrations are full of indulgences that can take a toll on your skin!
Breakouts, puffiness and discoloration, a sagging grey complexion, and dehydration are just some of their effects. Good news, though—I know exactly what it takes to make it through the season, guilt-free.
Tanning…Do You Love To Tan? Beware…tanning not only encourages wrinkles but it may endanger your life! Here in Perth, Western Australia, we have the harshest UV rays of anywhere in the world and it’s no wonder, you’ve heard many times, a loved one or friend telling you to put on some sunscreen!
As it turns out, using sunscreen is important, in fact we think it is the most important cream you will ever apply. Not only will it help prevent wrinkles but it may save your life! Apply every day, not only when you are outside, but even if you work in front of a computer all day, and all-year round. Whether or not you know it, UV rays are bouncing around indoors and out! The sun is constantly giving off harmful UV rays. Yes, even in the wintertime, on cloudy days, cool days, at the beach, on the slopes or in the car! You are being exposed.
Generally this clogging, often associated with dehydration is found on the forehead and under eye area on the middle aged client. The skin may feel dry but is actually oily and dehydrated. The pore will become crimped shut from the tightness of the surface dehydration, making extraction quite difficult without regular exfoliation/peeling treatments.
Read on to discover the 2 most important anti-aging skincare products you should seriously consider using now and learn so much more about one of the most exciting skincare ingredients in use today!
I have a little lesson for you about “pores”, and our obsession with their size. Unfortunately, if you are trying to get the perfect skin of those models in the inescapable media images, forget it- they don’t have that skin either! The truth is pores aren’t invisible and everyone has them. But that doesn’t mean we have to let nature and genetics dictate how our pores look.