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PROBLEMS: genetic influence, environmental influences: sun exposure, free radical damage, glycation, skin care regime and lifestyle, influence of polluted air, bad living habits (smoking, alcohol, excessive consumption of coffee, sugar, processed foods, foods that acidify the body, etc) certain medical conditions.

CONSEQUENCES: decreased collagen and elastin production, loss of skin tone/tension, wrinkles and creases, dehydration, pigmentation irregularities, actinic keratoses, rough skin texture, lipid deficiency - reduced sebum secretion dry skin, dehydration, reduced UV protection, increased skin pH, poor renewal. With aging skin, the problems intertwine and we treat several 'conditions' at the same time

The visible aging occurs when decay processes prevail over the processes of regeneration. Visible aging is a set of inflammatory processes in the body that cause visible changes in appearance (and well-being). More about aging BLOG What is aging? What is collagen? Acid peeling is NOT acid Photoaging and SPF protection

THERAPY: increase in collagen synthesis, increase in 'volume' of the skin, addition of antioxidants, improvement of barrier function, hydration, reduction of pigment irregularities, reduction of photodamage, lifestyle change.

1. WRINKLES AND FINE WRINKLES

2. SKIN TIGHTENING/LIFTING

3. PHOTO DAMAGES

4. PIGMENT IRREGULARITIES

Skin firmness is related to the quantity and quality of collagen present in the dermis.

Skin firmness is improved with therapies that increase collagen synthesis in the dermis. These include acid peels, very strong collagen induction with microneedling, photorejuvenation and mesotherapy. The firmness of the skin can be increased with dietary supplements that increase the synthesis of collagen in the body and thus increase regeneration.

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Our skin is a barrier between us and our surroundings. It protects us from external influences.

A common problem with most dry skin problems is a BROKEN BARRIER. When there is a breakdown of the acid-fatty coat on the surface of our skin or epidermis, we talk about the failure of the barrier. Improper Ph reduces the production of epidermal lipids and results in drier skin.

As a result, increased sensitivity of the skin is possible, and aging is also accelerated. Dry skin can manifest itself in the form of peeling, redness and itching. The skin is rough and does not have a radiant, healthy appearance. A series of treatments are often required to improve the condition.

HOW DOES BARRIER DAMAGE OCCUR?

The most common reason is too aggressive or “too thorough” surface cleansing of the face at home with preparations (soap content) that remove too much PRECIOUS LIPIDS, rubbing the skin with brushes, towel, air conditioning and heating

Consequences of the broken barrier

• reduced lipid production
• imbalance in composition + lipid ratio
• increased water loss from the skin (increased TEWL or transepidermal water loss) because our protective skin coat does not work optimally
• increased skin pH - does not support a healthy skin microbiome
• increased sensitivity and susceptibility to hypersensitivity reactions

SOLUTION

• lipid replacement therapy
• pH regulation
• reduction of inflammation
• reduction of tewl or transepidermal water loss
• appropriate home care (moisturizing, softening and occlusion)

SALON THERAPY: SKIN REMODELLING PROGRAM, BARRIER RENEWAL PROTOCOL

HOME CARE: Extended home care should include appropriate preparations. Mild cleanser without soap content, tones for regulating the pH of the skin, serum for epidermal lipid replacement (Recovery Serum Aikon DermaSystems), appropriate day cream with SPF protection and night care cream or. regeneration.

IMPORTANT:

Drinking water does not affect the state of moisture in the epidermis.

Using oil will not solve the problem, the condition worsens in the long run due to the maintenance of the damage.

 

The problem of oily skin is associated with excessive secretion of sebum / sebum from the sebaceous glands. Sebum together with lipids and secretions of sebaceous glands form an acid-fatty protective coat on our skin. When there is too much sebum, the surface of the skin is oily, seemingly shiny.

The predisposition to oily skin can be hereditary, but it is also strongly influenced by eating habits, hormonal status and sters (eg in adolescents, the skin condition often worsens before exams).

Oily skin or seborrhea can also be the cause of acne. In the sebaceous gland, which is closed (due to too many dead cells, a large amount of fat), an excellent environment for the bacterium is created.

Propioni bacteria acne, because only this 'does not like' oxygen. It is perfectly suited to the environment of a closed sebaceous gland, where there is no oxygen. Thus the number of bacteria increases, the inflammation increases.

It is very important that we treat such problems with several approaches, not only with deep cleaning, which is sometimes not appropriate at all!

Proper surface cleaning at home is important! Excessive cleansing or too aggressive cleansers cause the skin to dry out and at the same time increase the secretion of fat. Excessive cleansing of the face cannot affect the sebaceous glands that secrete sebum! The skin dries out, and there are even more dead cells in the sebaceous glands, which causes even greater problems.

In cosmetic therapy, we often use acid peels that open closed sebaceous glands so that the contents can spill to the surface. At the same time, the presence of oxygen in the sebaceous gland occurs (by opening the ‘stopper’ on the copy), which is an unfavorable environment for the growth of Propioni bacteria acne. By opening the sebaceous gland extract, the sebaceous gland is cleansed, the contents are poured onto the surface, and only in this way are the conditions for narrowing the sebaceous glands enabled.

It is important that we act against inflammation, antimicrobial (reduce the number of bacteria), regulate the secretion of sebum with preparations and act keratolytically - we help the sebaceous gland to open and that the contents can flow out. Only in this way will we achieve satisfactory results.

For more information, I recommend an individual skin examination and consultation, as well as measurements with dermadiagnostics.

Welcome,

Natasha Godler Trilar

PROBLEMS: pigment spots, increased melanin secretion due to sun exposure, hormonal changes, post-pregnancy melasma, contraception, aggressive procedures without further SPF protection.

Therapies for clients who spend a lot of time in the sun due to certain circumstances (cycling, gardening, weekend at sea). The focus is on UV preventive, UV rehabilitation skin care and protection.

THERAPY: inhibition of melanin formation, regeneration of damaged layers, removal of Elos SR pigment spots, quality SPF skin protection all year round.

PROBLEMS: redness, hypersensitivity to cosmetic products, environmental influences (sun, cold / hot transition). Couperosis (rupture of capillaries) is often a precursor to rosacea. Rosacea is an inflammatory condition also associated with an immune response. It is necessary to restore the protective coat/barrier of the skin, in order to reduce sensitivity and inflammation.

THERAPY: reduction of redness, it is necessary to establish a normal protective skin/barrier, narrow capillaries and reduce their number, strengthen capillary walls, moisturize, prevent deterioration, avoid irritating ingredients, properly clean the skin!, avoid the sun, sauna and solarium, lymph is recommended facial drainage and massage only very mild. UV protection is mandatory!

PROBLEMS: redness, hypersensitivity to cosmetic products, environmental influences (sun, cold / hot transition). Couperosis (rupture of capillaries) is often a precursor to rosacea. Rosacea is an inflammatory condition also associated with an immune response. It is necessary to restore the protective coat/barrier of the skin, in order to reduce sensitivity and inflammation.

THERAPY: reduction of redness, it is necessary to establish a normal protective skin/barrier, narrow capillaries and reduce their number, strengthen capillary walls, moisturize, prevent deterioration, avoid irritating ingredients, properly clean the skin!, avoid the sun, sauna and solarium, lymph is recommended facial drainage and massage only very mild. UV protection is mandatory!

PROBLEMS: excessive secretion of sebum, which can be hereditary, but it is also affected by stress, hormonal status, pregnancy, menopause and poor lifestyle (diet).

THERAPY: regulation of sebum secretion, narrowing of pores, reduction of redness and inflammation, moisturizing, restoration of the normal state of the barrier.

Photoaging - the effect of UV rays, in addition to smoking, has the strongest effect on premature aging of our skin.

Photodamage to the skin is always associated with collagen depletion and often with the development of hyperpigmentation.

Face is exposed to UV rays all year round, not just in the summer months full of sunshine.

UVA rays image a long wavelength and penetrate the skin deeper than UVB rays. UVA rays destroy collagen in the dermis and thus cause deepening of wrinkles and reduce skin firmness. They increase the formation of redness on the face and the bursting of capillaries, as the walls of these are made of collagen.

The state of collagen depends, among other things, on how youthful we really look and how our skin will age.

The condition of collagen is checked by dermadiagnostics, with an ultrasound examination, where we can determine the density, distribution and quality of collagen. Photovoltaic measurements are performed at the same time. Further therapy is aimed at rehabilitating UV injuries and increasing collagen synthesis in the dermis.

We recommend quality UVA and UVB face protection all year round.

Dilated pores are very effectively reduced by microneedling (skin restructuring).

The skin must be cleansed beforehand, and must have no signs of inflammation. The combination of procedures is determined individually, depending on the condition of the (problematic) skin. It is a common and very effective combination with acid peels.

Scars, often the result of impure skin in youth and improper skin cleansing, can be visibly improved with microneedling and acid peels.