Why It’s Smart to ‘Go-Pro’ with Skincare
We all know how important it is to choose the right skincare products.
If you get your products right, they will leave your skin looking and feeling at its best. They can help to improve skin condition if you have sensitivity, dry skin, and acne or if your skin is starting to show signs of ageing.
There is such a wide choice of products on the market that it can be hard to decide which one to try. Here are a few tips we have put together to help you select the right skincare products for your needs.
What is Your Skin Type and What Does It Need?
We recommend having a professional consultation to truly determine your actual skin type and pick up on any specific needs you might have overlooked.
Our beauty therapist, Pamela, will take a really close look at your skin and help you to decide what the priorities are for your skincare routine. She may tell you something about your skin that you do not know - for example, even if you think your skin is just a bit dry, it could be because it is sensitive too, and you just did not realise that you were using products that irritated it?
Changing your products to a professional range that is specially designed for your skin type could make all the difference.
Why Go Professional?
There are commercials everywhere for skincare products and they all promise beautiful skin.
Some are cheap and available from supermarkets anywhere but the professional ranges are more expensive and exclusive, so why would you opt for a professional product?
Supermarkets, pharmacies and department store beauty products can be sold by anyone, because they normally contain lower levels of active ingredients. They are cheaper because they can be easily mass produced and have a very long shelf life.
Buying from a salon, spa or beauty therapist means you get an extra level of recommendation – you are not just buying from an advertising agency’s copy but you have got the benefit of the beauty therapist’s experience and training in helping you find a suitable product as well as a better quality product with better active ingredients.
Beauty therapists carefully research their product lines, and are educated on ingredients, how to use the different products, and will educate you on how to best take care of your skin.
What is in A Cosmeceutical?
Cosmeceuticals, sold by licensed beauty therapists tend to contain higher concentrations of active ingredients – only medical grade products sold by doctors are legally allowed to contain more active ingredients.
Professional skincare companies put a great deal of money into researching cosmeceuticals; they use hi-tech ingredients like peptides, enzymes, plant stem cells and vitamins. They also benefit from the most advanced latest delivery systems.
Why Book a Session with Pamela
If you want to do something fantastic for your skin – book a session with Pamela, an accredited beauty therapist with over 10 years’ experience, to get to know your skin properly You do not always have to book a facial to get professional product recommendations, although this will give our beauty therapist, Pamela, a complete look at your skin.
Pamela offers product consultations and she can create a customised plan for your skin based on your concerns and her expertise.
We understand that life, especially for women, can be extremely busy and hectic and sometimes you just need some ‘me’ time to escape and feel rejuvenated again.
Our welcoming, accredited, private one-on-one beauty salon and quiet, secluded surroundings in a residential location in Woodbine, Campbelltown, promote a sense of tranquillity and serenity enabling your body to feel both completely relaxed and de-stressed. We have convenient on-site parking right in front and are minutes from local transport.
Pamela, a fully accredited and licensed Beauty Therapist with over 10 years of experience, delivers personalised, bespoke high-quality, pampering beauty treatments for women, customising all treatments to suit your individual needs and circumstances.
If you would like to book a beauty treatment, or if you have an enquiry, contact Pamela on 02-4628 6746. Alternatively complete our online enquiries form and we will be in contact within 24 hours.