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Dry Skin or Dehydrated Skin Treatments

TREATING THE COMPLEXION

Dry Skin

As there are many causes for dry skin such as family history, excess bathing, sun exposure and climate extremes, it is recommended to increase the moisture applied to the skin but to also focus on your skin barrier.
Your skin barrier acts as the blockade from the environment that your skin faces on a daily basis and when compromised, the skin will suffer. Focus on encouraging ingredients such as ceramides, antioxidants and oils to the skin to support strengthening the barrier. The 111SKIN Reparative range is an excellent option as it is infused with the patented formula, created by Founder and Director of 111 Harley St. Dr Yannis Alexandrides, NAC Y2, with antioxidant capabilities to heal and moisturise the skin. The Y Theorem Day Cream uses vitamins, antioxidants and a hyaluronic acid-infused formula to nourish and restore the complexion.

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Molecular Hydration Mask

Dehydrated Skin

Experiencing redness, congestion or inflammation are also tell-tale signs that the skin is dehydrated and there are many at-home and in-clinic treatments that you can undergo in order to truly hydrate the skin. When at home make sure that you are hydrating the skin as much as possible with ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Glycerin, lactic acid and squalane. Implementing facial treatment masks such as The Molecular Hydration Mask for an overnight injection of volumising ingredients such as Vitamin C and Wu Zhu Yu Extract to nourish and plump the complexion.

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In-clinic options for dehydrated skin conditions

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy

A minimally invasive treatment that injects a fine needle to the dermis before saturating the skin with a vital cocktail of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants to support the skin in nourishment it needs. Skin will be left healthy, balanced and revitalised.

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Profhilo for dehydrated skin London

Profhilo

Drawing on the efficacy of Hyaluronic Acid, Profhilo involves injecting Hyaluronic acid into the skin to help improve texture, laxity, lines and dullness. With no downtime necessary, it is the perfect in-clinic pick me up that is a popular solution to dehydrated concerns.

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PRP London

PRP

Commonly known as Vampire Facial or Platelet Rich Plasma, it utilises your body’s own proteins and platelets withdrawn from your blood and injects it back into the skin to promote a healthy, radiant and luminous complexion.

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