The science behind aesthetics and skincare primarily revolve around a single word: collagen. Collagen is a fibrous protein found throughout the entire body. It is a connective tissue that provides structure, elasticity and scaffolding-like support for tissues and organs. As far as organs go, the skin is the largest organ in the body and therefore contains the most amount of collagen. In fact, collagen happens to be the primary component of skin.
"These treatments provide maximum hydration and toning, improving the overall complexion."
Collagen keeps the skin elastic and wrinkle free, but as skin cells age and are exposed to the sun or smoking, they become less able to produce collagen. In addition, existing collagen begins to degrade. As this breakdown occurs, skin begins to sag, resulting in wrinkles and fine lines, predominantly around facial features. This degradation face usually begins in our 30s and that’s when it becomes a cosmetic issue for many people.
To combat the breakdown of collagen, aestheticians and dermatologists have developed treatments to stimulate cells so they produce more collagen. This new collagen can fill fine lines and restore some youthful elasticity to the face. One such procedure, Micro-Needling, rejuvenates the face by using tiny needles to puncture the top layer of your skin. This jump-starts the development of collagen and elastin, which make your skin look smooth, supple and healthy. There are also regenerating collagen treatments that dramatically reduce visible lines, wrinkles and acne scarring. These treatments provide maximum hydration and toning, improving the overall complexion.Browse Through Our List Of Aesthetics And Skincare Services