What does our Blackhead Remover do?
- Sucks out blackheads
- Removes dead skin and oils
- Increases blood circulation
- Makes your face looks younger
What does our Blackhead Remover do?
We love a good smoothie, and there are so many different ways you can make them pack a punch to support beautiful, healthy skin. Here are some of our favourite smoothie ingredients to promote a fresh, blemish free complexion!
The skin consists of hundreds of different kinds of cells, structures and compounds. It is a complicated organ undertaking very important work. There are three layers to the skin; the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis, but each one has many different components that do different jobs. Here is an introduction to some of the most important parts of your skin. Continue reading “How to care for the different parts of your skin” →
Here is my blog on how to look after what you have. Continue reading “About My Skin” →
Think a facial is ‘too expensive’? Think again! – Have you ever said “That’s too expensive” about a facial? Try rephrasing it to “My skin isn’t worth that”. It doesn’t sound so reasonable now, does it? Whilst nails, brows and waxing are all big business in the beauty industry, we’re surprised how reluctant people are to invest in their skin. But why should you spend money on a facial like Microdermabrasion? Let us clue you in… Continue reading “Think a facial is ‘too expensive’? Think again!” →
Moisturizers have a long history. From ancient times, the Egyptians and Persians have been known to apply a number of various types of oils and aloes to their skin in order to preserve its youthfulness. Continue reading “What Face Cream Works Best for You” →
The majority of us tackle skincare problems on a daily basis. Whether you have a blemish, dry skin or dark undereye circles, these issues can be frustrating to deal with. If you want to combat your skin troubles, take a look at these 4 common skincare problems and how to fix them.
It goes without saying that if you begin with great skin, then maintenance is going to be that little bit easier. Start now and invest in a microdermabrasion facial. Your makeup will glide on and you’ll feel fantastic (at least until the following morning!)
No one wants to wake up with panda eyes like Ozzy Osborne, so start as you mean to go on and remove your makeup before you hit the hay – regardless how much you really can’t be bothered! Sleeping in your make-up can result in exposure to free radicals. These can break down collagen in the skin and lead to long term sagging, wrinkles and premature ageing – is it really worth it for that extra five minutes effort?
The quickest way to give your skin a post night out wake up call is by exfoliating. This will remove any dead skin cells from the surface of the skin and pump blood to the surface of the skin, boosting circulation and giving you skin some much needed colour.
We have been working with ladies and gents for over a decade, so let us help you evaluate what your skin needs and look at the facial products you are using.
If you are not getting the results you want then you need to change what you are using now.
We are so passionate about what our clients are buying, so please speak to a professional. We are always available for a chat anytime, come and see us its free.
“Remember don’t cover a problem, repair it.”
Here is a video of one of our most intensive facials.
2% salycilic acid + 20% glycolic acid
10 times more of salycilic acid *
Stand alone treatment: Duration 30 mins £40.00
Additional to any other facial 15mins £15
We talk a lot about the importance of sleep here at Pure Perfection and in this blog we’ll be exploring the impact that neglecting sleep can have on your skin. We’re all guilty of neglecting shut-eye from time to time, whether it be because of nights out, working late, inability to sleep etc but as well as making us feel rubbish, lack of sleep can also wreak havoc with our skin. Keep reading to learn how, and remember to treat yourself to an early night, tonight!
When it comes to the condition of your skin, the stress hormone cortisol has a big role to play. Here comes the science bit! Cortisol levels naturally decrease while we hit the hay, allowing the skin to protect and regenerate itself. However, miss out on the sacred zzzzzz’s and that cycle becomes disrupted, resulting in… you guessed it – the likelihood of acne breakouts. Sigh!
Back to cortisol for a brief moment – when high, the hormone has a role to play in the breaking down of collagen (which is the essential protein in keeping skin looking fresh and young) and elastic tissue. So, what does this mean? The dreaded premature ageing, that’s what.
Another issue associated with lack of sleep is that your body doesn’t make as much human growth hormone (which stimulates cell production), so skin won’t be as thick in texture. Without time to fix yesterday’s damage and produce new, fresh cells, the ageing process is accelerated and the collagen may prematurely stiffen resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. Oh no!
As well as getting more sleep, try using a product that contains retinol and will help to stimulate healthy collagen production, and also invest in an anti-ageing cream at night so your skin can absorb it while repairing itself.
Our skin cells step up the production of protective antioxidants for the next day while we sleep, which is important when we consider that antioxidants can reduce free-radical damage to the skin from UV rays. So if you are guilty of missing some z’s, try adding extra antioxidant protection to your skin-care routine to prevent free-radical damage and also make sure you eat plenty of fruit and veg which also contain them and will give your skin a much needed boost.
4) Your skin will be seriously thirsty after an all-nighter
Too much time away from the bedroom is bound to result in dry skin, which can be tight, itchy and leaves us not feeling our best. Lack of sleep can promote inflammation along with skin-barrier dysfunction, leading to lack of hydration. So try using a product, which both hydrates and plumps to improve the condition of the skin. Also, don’t forget about the amazing benefits of water for hydrating the skin. Aim to drink at least two liters a day and even more in the summer.