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Skin Health 

Maintaining Healthy Skin

Healthy, glowing skin can be seen as a reflection of your overall wellness. However, due to several internal and external factors, it may lose its radiance and become dull, dry, and wrinkled.

The Skin Barrier

The skin is the largest organ in our body and serves as a vital shield between our internal organs and the outside world. The outermost layer of the skin, known as the epidermis, contains a protective skin barrier, the stratum corneum. This barrier helps to maintain the integrity of the skin by preventing the entry of harmful substances and retaining moisture. 

The skin barrier also has a complex microbiome and acid mantle that are crucial for the immune response and inflammation regulation. When it is compromised, it can lead to a host of skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea, and sensitive skin. 

What Affects My Skin’s Health?

Aging, sun damage, and other environmental factors can weaken the skin barrier’s function, leading to dehydration and increased permeability.


Many physical and biological changes in the face occur as a result of aging. As well as a gradual decline in essential skin components like collagen and elastin, we must deal with: (1)

Aging can take a toll on the skin, leading to fine lines, wrinkles, and a loss of elasticity. But skin health is not just about how good it looks on the outside, but also about how well it functions on the inside.

Internal (intrinsic) and external (extrinsic) factors affect skin health, these include the following: (1)

What is Oxidative Stress?

Oxidative stress is a natural process that occurs in the body when there is an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants. This imbalance can cause damage to cells, including skin cells, leading to premature aging and other skin concerns. (2) UV radiation is a major cause of oxidative stress in the skin, as is inflammation. 

Achieving Healthy Skin

The skin barrier is a vital component of the body’s immune system and plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy skin. There are many ways to maintain a healthy skin barrier, including the following:

Corresponding Treatments

Chemical Peel

Why not choose a chemical peel? This classic resurfacing treatment uses a special solution to remove the outermost layer of the skin. By doing so, it stimulates collagen and elastin production, reduces inflammation and redness, and promotes cell turnover, revealing smoother, brighter, and more even-toned skin. we will select the appropriate type based on your skin type, condition, and goals.

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