The skin renews itself every 30 days
The epidermis is composed of approximately 30 layers of cells. Every day, a new generation of cells is produced by the basal layer, which means that the epidermis is entirely renewed in approximately 30 days. Consequently, Our face treatments are programmed for maximum duration for at least one month.
At night, the skin repairs itself
Night time is when the skin is repaired. This is when circulation increases both the penetration of active ingredients and cellular activity. Night time is the best time to apply a serum or cream.
During the day, the skin needs protection to be more beautiful
The skin’s basic function is protection. During the day, it shields against solar UV aggressions, dehydration, friction, wind and tautness after washing or use of inappropriate skin care products. Skin care products for the day are primarily protective protective moisturising* creams that strengthen tissue structures to help prevent loss of firmness.
A radiant, healthy complexion depends on subcutaneous blood circulation
When the skin is relaxed and stress-free, micro-circulation brings oxygenated blood close to the surface of the skin. It adds a rosy and healthy glow to the complexion.
We can delay the visible effects of ageing
We can reduce the signs of ageing and give the skin a younger appearance. Just as plants respond to nutrients and water, the skin can recharge its resources of energy and revitalizing substances that stimulate the cellular functions that make it look younger. Remember that age 30 is the time to prepare for the skin’s appearance at 40 ; age 40 is when to prepare for 50, and so on.
Treatments that are unique in the world
Our partners at GUINOT was the first to create skincare products containing the 56 active biological ingredients fundamental to cellular life. In a hospital environment, these biological actives are able to create new skin in serious burn cases. Their research laboratories have optimized these latest techniques to enhance a visible youthfulness of the skin.
* The upper layers of the epidermis.