In the world of non-surgical anti-ageing treatments, skin texture and complexion are often overlooked.
Yet the texture and complexion of the skin are crucial to its overall appearance.
Skin that is in good condition will have a radiance and glow which add immeasurably to the perception of youth.
Skin Texture and Complexion
Texture is defined as:
Complexion is defined as:
Healthy skin texture should be well-hydrated, evenly pigmented and smooth. This is influenced by a number of areas:
- Good daily care regime, keeping the skin clean and well-hydrated
- Diet, avoiding sugars and processed foods in favour of fresh fruit/veg
- Drinking plenty of water
- Sun protection year round, to avoid sun damage and pigmentation
- Treatment of any conditions such as acne, eczema; which have a dramatic negative effect on complexion
Exfoliation is known to improve skin texture and complexion. The process is used to slough away dead skin cells, revealing fresher skin beneath. Home scrubs can be used, but for a deeper experience, professional treatments are available.
In addition, other professional treatments which can be helpful in improving skin texture include:
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre based in Northampton offers the latest skin treatments and technology. Whereas many skin clinics tend to concentrate largely on anti-ageing injections, Mulberry House Clinic also offers a range of treatments to address skin texture and complexion.
The recommended starting point is a skin consultation with a trained expert, who can assess your skin and recommend the best combination of at-home and in-clinic treatments to improve and maintain it.
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Mulberry House Clinic & Laser Centre
Mulberry House Clinic & Laser centre stands out in the Northampton area as an independent practice with over 10 years experience. Cosmetic skin treatments are carried out by Dr John Tanqueray, who also works with Allergan to train other professionals in his skills and techniques.