There is an overwhelming array of readily available over-the-counter products, all claiming to make us look more youthful and provide solutions to problem skins.† So, how do you know which product is better and choose the right one for your skin?
Well, it all comes down to the types of ingredients utilised and not the expensive packaging and marketing campaigns.† Unnecessary ingredients such as perfumes, fillers or preservatives contained within some skincare products can cause inflammation and damage your skin over time.
Generally, products where the company have extensively tested and researched the active ingredients, are more likely to have a positive effect.† These products are usually of a clinical nature and therefore not available over-the-counter or at the local supermarket.† So, how do you obtain these medical grade skincare products?
Medical Grade skincare contains a much higher concentration of active ingredients and therefore these products can only be obtained by visiting a qualified skincare specialist, such as a Dermal Clinician working within a medical practice.† Dermal Clinicians are trained to analyse your skin thoroughly and provide the right recommendation of active ingredients to strengthen, repair and maintain your skinís individual balance.†† This is a highly specialised consultation, which ultimately delivers a tailored made solution, saving you time and money, as you only get the products that work for your skin.† And best of allÖ no disappointments!
Conditions such as acne, rosacea, sun damage, dull and lifeless skin, and premature ageing are now successfully treated, controlled and maintained using medical grade active ingredients such as retinol, antioxidants and gentle acids.† Surprisingly, these products are not expensive.† At CAPS they range from $44 up to $150.† As your skin is the largest organ in your body and the most readily exposed, donít you think itís time you gave it a little more thought and attention.† Call The CAPS Clinic today on 6282 1155 to book an appointment with Carly or Sally and experience the difference.