The health of your skin has never been more at the forefront of your mind than as summer starts to bless us with (finally) some warmth! But these days everyone is talking about anti-aging, healthy skincare, preventative skincare and the latest technology that will have you glowing in 14 days. Fun fact, your skin takes about 3 months to turn over… 14 days is pushing it. Natural skincare is all the rage, with companies promising that their products use only natural ingredients, and then someone writes a facebook post about how that isn’t actually true. It is confusing and you’re left wondering what you should be doing, and maybe what you shouldn’t.
Many of you know that I spend a lot of my time in clinic working with women and men on the health of their skin. From proper diet, to proper fat absorption, to cleansing your skin, to the evidence-based technology of microneedling and platelet-rish plasma (click here to learn more) to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and increase collagen from below. We talk about it all. And it’s important.
But we start with taking a picture. And not just any picture – I use the Observ360 to take a dermal layer picture of your skin using UV light. This means that I can understand exactly what your skin needs. Form more moisture, to antibacterial needs, to targeting potentially cancerous areas underneath. This is now no longer a question of “do I really need that?” – it’s a question of “here’s why this is important”.
Talking about it in clinic is one thing; talking about it with your girlfriends is entirely different. Which is why I’ve teamed up with Jennifer Scott, a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Leigh England from Arbonne Canada to bring you a night dedicated to your skin health. I’m bringing the Observ360 out of the clinic and into the Hampton Inn and Suites for this exclusive event, and I’m excited to talk with you not only about your skin, but about what your skin can look like in 10 years.
Tickets are 10$ and can be purchased through eventbrite HERE
I can’t wait to see you out there!