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Routines for Fresh Younger-looking Skin

By Dr. Satinder Sanghe, 30 Sep, 2020
  • Routines for Fresh Younger-looking Skin

Great skin care products to help your skin glow and to help it age well, compiled by the staff at Wave Skin Care.

 

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Having a dewy, fresh and glowing skin is the most essential beauty weapon you can possess! And the earlier in life you begin caring for your skin, the better your skin will age. Signs of skin aging such as wrinkles, discolouration and loss of skin tone begin as early as in the 20’s. This happens when production of collagen and elastin begins to fall resulting in loss of the youthful glow and texture. Therefore, it is important you align yourself with beauty experts who understand the skin, its aging process and are knowledgeable about medical grade skin products. Start early and be consistent in using good medical grade products for a healthy glowing skin that will continue to age well.

Here are two great skin care routines our staff at Wave Skin Care have compiled for glowing skin and to help it age well:


Morning Routine


LHA Cleanser


Balances oil production to reveal clean, balanced and smooth skin.


Sheer Physical Fusion UV Defence


Protects your skin against harmful UBV and UVA rays and evens out the appearance.

CE Ferulic

A vitamin C serum that smooths out fine lines, brightens and improves the overall firmness and texture of the skin. 


A.G.E Eye complex


To improve under eye dark circles, wrinkles and puffiness.


Evening Routine


Soothing Cleanser

Easily removes dirt and makeup off the skin leaving it with a clean and calmed base.

Retinol

Works to improve the overall appearance of your skin by minimizing hyperpigmentation, acne scars, dull skin texture, fine lines, and surface level acne. A.G.E Eye Cream
To improve under eye dark circles, wrinkles and puffiness.

Micro exfoliant

Removes the top layer of dead skin cells on the face, revealing much smoother, cleaner, and healthier skin

Triple Lipid Repair Cream

Composed of amazing fatty acids that work together to repair and replenish your skin. Revives the skin with high levels of moisture and helps plump up the skin and ultimately reduce fine lines resulting in a more youthful appearance of the skin.



ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Dr. Satinder Sanghe has been practicing as a Family Physician for 17 years with her practice focusing primarily on Women’s health. Besides her family medicine practice she serves in the area of medical aesthetics as a Consultant and Medical Director of Cool Sculpting at Wave Skin Care. Visit: www.waveskincare.ca

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