Friday, 5 September 2014

Autumn Skin

Goodbye July and Hello September can only mean one thing - Autumn followed by Winter! While some of us are just back from holidays and others are about to go to the sun for a last minute break, you can't but help notice the change in the weather recently. I don't want to take out my jumpers, heavy coats and boots just yet - it seems too early which is probably because I haven't had a sun holiday yet or the fact that once the heatings turned on, it won't be switched off until next year! 

We were promised temperatures of 23/24 degrees and a mini heat wave last week but all we've gotten is rain, cold and mist! Typical Irish weather or season change? It's probably a bit of both but seeing as we really haven't had much of a summer this year, the thoughts of Winter isn't appealing!

Your Skin may feel drier and may have even lost it's glow in recent days/weeks but you should maintain your Skin regieme throughout the Autumn/Winter months just as you would in Spring/Summer. You will need to tweak your regieme slightly to accommodate the change in seasons. Nothing drastic but you will need extra moisture and hydration for your Skin. As always, you must continue to wear SPF 50 to protect your Skin from UVA and UVB rays that are still there despite their being no visible sun!

I always kick start my Autumn regieme with a Chemical Skin Peel. Doesn't have to be a Medium or Deep Peel, just a Superficial Peel is enough to rid the Skin of the build up of Dead Skin Cells and possible Skin Congestion. It will also give your Skin a fresh, healthy glow :)

My favourite Skin Peel at the moment is Epionce Lite Peel: Refresh

This is a super gentle Skin Peel that won't make your Skin flake or peel but instead leaves you with super soft, healthy and glowing Skin :) Love it! 

At the Claudia McGloin Clinic, we have a variety of Skin treatments to brighten and hydrate your Skin. Have a look at our website or call us on 071 9140728 to discuss your options and to book a consultation. 

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