Helpful Tips from Oria #5 – Waterlily’s Advanced Skin Therapist

Helpful Tips Blog #5!

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To coincide with our March treatment offer at Waterlily, ‘Complexion Perfection’ which includes either a lactic or mandelic peel plus a LED light treatment, (Click here for more information on this offer) I thought it was the perfect time to talk about Vitamin B!

If you have had a peel at Waterlily before you would know that we do ask you NOT to use any of your ‘active’ products for 5 days post peel. There are still many products from Ultraceuticals that you can use, with the stand out product being our B2 hydrating serum. This little gem is a combination of ingredients that will increase and maintain the moisture level within your skin, and is perfect to apply immediately after and for several days following a ‘peel’ treatment.

B Vitamins are essential and are involved in many different metabolic processes, including energy release from macronutrients, formation of red blood cells and the functioning of our nervous system. The B family consists of thiamin, riboflavin, B6, B12, niacin and panthenol.

Both niacin (niacinamide) and panthenol (pro-vitamins) are also extremely beneficial for our skin cells and easily penetrate the top layer of our skin helping our skin look fresh and healthier. These 2 amazing ingredients have been combined to create our Ultra B2 hydrating serum and benefits our skin in a whole list of ways;

– Improves hydration
– Reduces oil production
– Reduces enlarged pores
– Improves UV induced pigmentation
– Reduces fine lines, wrinkles and skin texture
– Reduces facial redness

Our B2 hydrating serum is suitable for all skin types and can be added into both your am and pm skincare routine, please come in or give us a call to find out more.

Waterlily xx

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