ReLife Hydrobooster BACN Article

The BACN recently posted an article on ReLife’s DefinisseTM  Hydrobooster: This isn’t just any skin booster, this is ReLife Hydrobooster.

“In today’s thriving aesthetic market, where a multitude of products vie for attention, the ReLife Company’s Hydrobooster has emerged in the medical aesthetics industry. It is a mesotherapy product with a scientifically established foundation, Kleine-Borger et al (2022) consisting of a combination of Hyaluronic Acid and Glycerol. In this article, we will delve into what sets the ReLife Hydrobooster apart and why medical professionals should consider training in its application.”

You can read the full article on the BACN’s Website by clicking here.

We are excited to be working alongside ReLife to offer medical professionals training in their Hydrobooster. With more training dates added for 2024, find out how you can offer your patients not only immediate improvements but also sustained benefits. This aesthetic training will be offered in our training clinics across the United Kingdom. (Buckinghamshire, London, Nottingham, Leeds, Glasgow)

Book your free Hydrobooster Training by clicking below.

Skin Rejuvenation Poll

We recently held a poll on our Instagram asking our followers what skin rejuvenation treatments they preferred out of the following options:
Skin Boosters / PRP
Intravenous Nutrition Therapy

Poll Results


Pick your favorite skin rejuvenation treatment Poll

It’s no surprise that Skin Boosters and Platelet Rich Plasma were the most popular treatments in the Skin Rejuvenation Poll with Polynucleotides not far behind.


Due to the high interest from our poll, we will be introducing a training course in Mastelli’s Polynucleotides. Polynucleotides are natural, highly purified DNA molecules that are injected into the skin to repair tissue and boost skin quality.

Coming to Cosmetic Courses on 14/12/23. Click here to book your space.

Skin Boosters

We offer medical professionals the latest approach to injectable skincare with our Skin Booster Training Course. This training course will cover three different types of skin boosters including Profhilo, Definisse Hydrobooster, and Redensity.

Profhilo is a well-known, revolutionary injectable treatment used for skin rejuvenation and hydration.

Definisse Hydrobooster combines the established clinical benefits of hyaluronic acid and glycerol to improve skin hydration, skin tone, and elasticity.

Redensity 1 is an injectable treatment designed to improve skin quality, hydration, and overall appearance.

We provide you with live model patients for the practical element of the training course to maximise your learning experience. You will learn proper aseptic techniques, potential contraindications, and how to minimise risks and post-treatment care. Having live model patients will give you experience in dealing with patients whilst treating them and knowing the correct product selection.

View upcoming Skin Booster Training Course dates by clicking here.

Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is one of our most popular training courses. Our Platelet Rich Plasma Training Course will teach you about this innovative approach in using our body’s growth factors in order for the skin to repair and rejuvenate itself for skin rejuvenation and hair loss.
This treatment is an excellent add-on to your aesthetic clinic as there is very little downtime, long-lasting results, and PRP can be used to complement other aesthetic procedures such as dermal fillers.
View upcoming Skin Booster Training Course dates by clicking here.

Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Rejuvenation Training Online Course

Our Online Course on PRP for Hair Rejuvenation contains key information and demonstrational videos covering the background of PRP in aesthetic medicine, growth factors in the human body and a demonstration video of PRP for Hair Rejuvenation by our expert trainer Sinead. This is a great course for overseas delegates looking to learn about this innovative approach to skin and hair rejuvenation.

View our Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Rejuvenation Training Online Course by clicking here.

Find out more about Cosmetic Courses

Follow us on our Instagram at @cosmeticcourses so you don’t miss out on our upcoming polls.

How I can benefit from offering skin treatments

Aesthetic clinics have been seeing a rise in the popularity of skin treatments. This increase in demand has led to many new clinics offering this as a service. Skin treatments can have an extremely positive effect on your clinic. Expand your clinic today and grow your patient base with Skin Treatments.

We are becoming more aware of the importance of good skin health

The skin is the largest organ in the body and it’s important to keep it healthy. Skin treatments are becoming more popular, especially among men and women alike. At your clinic, you can offer skin treatments to patients who may not have thought they needed them. Everyone wants good-looking skin!

There has been significant growth in the popularity and demand from patients for chemical skin peels and microneedling treatments. The popularity of these treatments can be traced to their effectiveness and cost efficiency compared with other treatments.

Attract new patients by adding skin treatments

Skin treatments are a great way to attract new patients. There are many skin treatments you can add to your treatment offering that can help you attract new patients to your clinic. By adding skin treatments that offer value to your patients, you will set yourself aside from your competitors.

There is immense scope for clinics that provide skin treatments to patients. As the market is growing, the demand is increasing, and we all know how important it is to look good and feel confident about yourself. The benefits of providing treatments are that they are easy to administer, and you can provide long-lasting, effective results for your patients. You are also able to offer new treatments to your patients more frequently.

Skin treatments are an excellent way to boost your clinic’s success

Skin treatments are a great way to add value to your business and an excellent way to boost your clinic’s success. Treatments are used to attract new patients and offer new treatments to your existing patients more frequently. As a result, skin care services have a positive impact on the bottom line of any medical business. In addition to their financial benefits, skin treatments truly benefit your patient’s skin concerns. Your patients are so important to you at the end of the day. You should be helping them through your services as much as possible.

Expand your clinic with these skin treatments:


Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that uses tiny needles to create small sized, controlled wounds in the skin. This trauma triggers the body’s natural healing process and causes stimulation of your natural collagen which will refresh and rejuvenate the appearance of your skin. This natural treatment can be used all over the face, the décolletage and the hands.

If your patients suffer from fine lines, acne scarring or pigmentation, they may benefit from the microneedling treatment. You will see results within two weeks and full results seen at six weeks post-treatment.
The Microneedling with an Introduction to Chemical Peel Training Course covers an in-depth look into two popular treatments and devices, including the handheld microneedling, The Collagen P.I.N (mechanical micro needling). This course will teach you the fundamental skills to integrate these unique procedures into your aesthetic clinic.

You can check out our Microneedling with an Introduction to Chemical Peel Training Course by clicking here.

Chemical Skin Peel

Chemical skin peels are a treatment that uses chemicals to remove the outer epidermal layers. They improve, rejuvenate, and refresh the complexion of the skin. Chemical peels have become one of the most popular treatments for improving skin quality. They are great for improving the condition and texture of the skin whilst reducing the signs of ageing. Chemical peels will also treat acne scars and pigmentation problems.

Our comprehensive Chemical Skin Peel Training Course will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills to immediately integrate these new techniques into your practice. Used as a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with microneedling or dermaplaning it can provide excellent results for your clients.

You can check out our Chemical Skin Peel Training Course by clicking here.

Skin Boosters

If you’re looking for an additional boost in your skincare routine, look no further than skin boosters. Skin Boosters are a non-surgical procedure used for hydration and to minimise ageing on the face, neck and decolletage. Skin boosters stimulate collagen and elastin, aid the conversion of glucose to ATP and significantly improve skin texture and pigmentation. They are perfect for your patients if they want to achieve youthful, healthy-looking skin.

We offer a one-day training course in Skin Boosters, so you can provide your patients with a treatment for skin hydration and minimise ageing on the face. You can check out our Skin Booster Training Course by clicking here.

Level 4 Qualification

Aesthetic Qualifications provide you with the relevant knowledge and practical skills to safely and competently perform aesthetic treatments independently. This formal recognition of your knowledge and skills will help you develop your career in aesthetics.

The demand for Level 4 aesthetic treatments has never been higher. Our Level 4 qualification is a VTCT, OfQual, JCCP accredited qualification that provides you with fundamental knowledge within aesthetic medicine. Futureproof your aesthetic career with our Level 4 Qualification today by clicking here.


skin package

Course Packages

To help you build and develop your aesthetics career, we have packaged up some of our most popular practical training courses to extend your aesthetic services whilst saving money. Our Skin Package is perfect for delegates looking to train in the most popular skin rejuvenation courses.

The Skin Package includes the following: Chemical Peel Training Course, Microneedling Training Course, either Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Training or Skin Booster Course, 20% OFF our online academy for six months and ongoing Clinical Support.

Find out more about how you can benefit from our Skin Package by clicking here.


skin treatment discount

Find out more

For a limited time we are offering medical professionals 10% off our Chemical Skin Peel Training Course, Microneedling with an Introduction to Chemical Peel Training Course and Skin Booster Training Course when you enter the code SKIN10 in the cart. Offer ends 31/03/23.

We are here to help you expand your clinic. If you are ready for the next step in your career or if you want to add some new services to your practice, we have a range of Skin Training Courses available. Check out our Aesthetic Training Courses by clicking here to see what courses we offer medical professionals.

GLOW in 2023 Webinar

Get all your questions about aesthetics answered.

Join us on Wednesday 8th February at 7:30 pm for a webinar around safety, skin care tips and non-surgical treatments. Non-surgical treatments have revolutionised the aesthetics industry and are now more popular than ever before. However, there are certain myths associated with these treatments. This webinar is ideal for those considering treatment options but would like to know more about everything involved and the safety precautions that should be taken.

We will be joined by our expert trainers, Dr Fiona Durban & Dr Olha Vorodukhina as they discuss and answer some common myths about aesthetics and non-surgical treatments! Both Fiona and Olha have a comprehensive understanding of aesthetic medicine and have excelled in their respective fields. Here is some more information on our hosts:

Dr Fiona Durban BSC MBBS MBCAM – Clinical Lead & Aesthetic Doctor
Joined The Aesthetic Industry: 2013

Dr Fiona Durban qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School (Imperial College, London) in 2000 and also gained a Batchelor of Science degree in Medical Anthropology from University College London. She then went on to do training in General Practice and MRCGP (merit) in 2005 and also became a full member of the British College of Aesthetic Medicine.

Fiona decided to move into aesthetic medicine in 2013 after training with Cosmetic Courses! Working in a busy clinic before becoming a trainer for Cosmetic Courses in 2014. Now Clinical Lead for Cosmetic Courses, Fiona is based at our headquarters in Buckinghamshire.

Dr Olha Vorodyukhina – Dentist and Aesthetic Practitioner
Joined The Aesthetic Industry: 2011

Dr Olha Vorodyukhina graduated in dentistry in 2005 from the Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy. She moved to the UK in 2009 and helped her husband run his aesthetic clinic in the Midlands whilst studying for her overseas Registration exam with the GDC, and through this she become interested in aesthetics and decided to train in the industry herself.

Olha completed the majority of her training with Cosmetic Courses and now divides her time between aesthetic and dental work and is also Clinical Lead at Cosmetic Courses Midlands, which she launched in 2017 after joining as a trainer in 2014.

This is a great informational webinar for those thinking about embarking on a treatment journey in 2023. The GLOW in 2023 webinar will focus on these key areas:

  • Safety in aesthetics
  • How to take the best care of your skin
  • Age-appropriate aesthetic treatments
  • Common misconceptions about treatments
  • Question and answer session with our expert practitioners

Register for the GLOW in 2023 webinar by clicking here!  Wednesday 8th February at 7:30 pm.

Over the past year Menopause has been lifted out of the shadows and hushed conversations to mainstream media. This coverage has allowed those going through this change to feel supported whilst offering them the necessary help to aid their transition along with working to educate everyone on this important topic.

So what can you do for your patients?

Menopause brings in many changes to a woman’s life which may not only change their appearance physically but can also affect them mentally. As aesthetic practitioners we can help ease this change by providing treatment to rejuvenate and provide positive changes both physically and mentally. Perimenopause and Menopause patients can be affected by the sudden change in their appearance, by using our artistic skill and treatments we can provide an array of options and packages to help address their areas of concern and leave them feeling happy and confident in their looks!

Main menopause symptoms: 

  • Weight gain
  • Mood swings
  • Joint pain
  • Hair thinning
  • Loss of collagen
  • Increase of pigmentation and dry skin

Menopause Treatment: Skin Care

It is no secret that skincare needs to be addressed and altered as we move through our lives and begin the ageing process. Concerns we had in our 20’s may no longer be a worry but new concerns may arise in our 30’s and so on, so by switching up your products and using the help of a skincare specialist you will be getting the best out of your creams. Those going through perimenopause and menopause will notice difference within their skin from laxity to pigmentation. As with all treatments and products there is no one size fits all. By offering your patients skin assessments and skincare advice you will help them in creating a healthy foundation for treatments. In our clinics we stock a wide range of skin care for all conditions, we also offer facial assessments using our VISIA machine. We recommend our delegates look into stocking their own skincare as it is so important your patients are following their own routine so they are getting the best out of all their treatments. If you are not too sure about skincare we offer product training which discusses key ingredients, skin care conditions and how to perform as assessment, find out more here! 

Taking the time to listen to your patient and work with them and their budget to create a skincare bundle to help their skin be its best through this time!

Menopause Treatment: Skin

Offering a course of skin treatments will help target visible ageing. Chemical peels help to address and treat skin conditions such as fine lines. As well as rejuvenating the skin with anti-ageing effects. The skin peel works by penetrating into the epidermis reaching a deeper point than any home skincare products. You can also offer this treatment alongside microdermabrasion or microneedling, coupled together the treatments unblock pores leaving you with immediately clearer and brighter skin.

Microneedling treatment targets fine lines, acne scarring and pigmentation the treatment stimulates natural collagen which refreshes and rejuvenates the appearance of the skin. This natural treatment can be used all over the face, the décolletage and the hands.

CPL treatments will also help stimulate collagen and help to tighten the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and help to combat skin concerns such as pigmentation.

All of the above treatments achieve optimum results by being completed within a course of three, by packaging up these treatments you are helping to encourage repeat business and have your patients get the most out of their treatments!

Menopause Treatment: Injectables 

Anti-wrinkle treatments, the most popular treatment when it comes to anti-ageing, the injections will help to relax the muscles causing wrinkles.

Dermal fillers will add volume into the areas where patients are noticing sagging, such as around the eyes and jawlines.

Skin boosters will add hydration to the patients skin, increasing skin health and achieving a natural glow!

As with all treatments, you will need to invite your patients for a consultation will you will discuss their concerns and use your expert understanding to come up with a treatment plan which combines treatment.

Menopause Treatment: Hair

Another common side effect of perimenopause and menopause is hair thinning, this can be helped by treatments such as PRP and microneedling. Helping to regenerate growth cells and encourage hair growth. Both treatments will need to be performed within a course and you can also look at adding some supplements for hair growth to create a hair growth package for your patients containing treatment and supplements.

The opposite end of hair loss is hair growth, another common side effect. Due to the ever changing oestrogen and testosterone levels, some patients will notice more facial hair, this is when the testosterone is more apparent than the oestrogen, creating hair follicles in places you may not of noticed them before! Laser hair removal is a popular cure for such concerns and can be used across the whole body needing a course of 6-8 treatments per area.


You know as much as we do that a one off treatment will not solve the concerns your patient may have. They will need a combination of treatments over a time period to achieve best results. Developing your own packages in house for patients going through the menopause or bespoking packages per person will help to bring in new clientele whilst also catering for your existing client base who may not know about all the services you offer. The packages will see a steady income for your company and it will also allow your patients to meet their appearance and skin ideals.

Find out more about training with Cosmetic Courses, the UK’s leading aesthetic training provider for medical professionals! 

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy and Dermaroller (microneedling) are both popular choices when it comes to skin rejuvenation. The remarkable results of the treatments are often seen throughout the beauty world as well as among ‘A listers’. Not only do these treatments create fantastic results on their own but once combined the results from working together are phenomenal. Here we look at each procedure in PRP vs Dermaroller and the benefits of combining the two into your patients treatment plan.

First things first, lets understand them a bit better…

What is PRP and how does it work?

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy otherwise known as PRP is a natural treatment used to rejuvenate the skin. The results show a fresher, brighter appearance.

The treatment uses the bodies own growth factors to promote healthier younger skin. Using the Cellenis system, blood is drawn and then spun in the centrifuge machine which separates the platelet-poor plasma and platelet-rich plasma.

The clear (good) plasma is re-injected back into the skin which stimulates soft tissue rejuvenation. This wakes up the bodies own repair process which stimulates new elastin and collagen.

Platelet rich plasma therapy is suitable for all skin types and recovery time is little. Due to the nature of the treatment,  no chemicals are used, only the bodies own repair system to promote healthier skin with long lasting results.

What is Microneedling and how does it work?

Microneedling therapy is a treatment that stimulates the skin to repair itself safely and naturally. The roller contains clinically proven micro needles which when rolled over the skin cause minimally invasive puncturing and pin point bleeding, The body is then alerted and begins it’s healing process by sending collagen to the surface of the skin to repair the ‘damage’.

This influx of collagen begins to fix certain problems in that area;

  • Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Minimising acne scarring
  • Refreshing the skin

The benefits of combining

Kim Kardashian is a big fan of the benefits of combing treatments

Both of the treatments work wonders on the skin by using a natural approach to skin rejuvenation. Although they may sound similar they work in different ways to achieve maximum results. Combining both therapies allows them to work hand in hand together to achieve maximum effect.

Both treatments work by controlled wounding of the skin which in turn stimulates collagen, elastin and fibroblast activity. The added growth factors from the PRP then intensify when combined with Dermaroller.

Dermaroller and PRP also carry great benefits when combined with other skin therapies. Making them a great component in your skin care regime.

Patients undergoing these treatments can see results such as: 

  • Reduction of fine lines & wrinkles
  • Smoother skin appearance
  • Reduction of scars
  • Skin rejuvenation
  • Even skin tones
  • Lightening of hyper-pigmentation & skin tone
  • Pore appearance reduction
  • Glowing, fresher skin
  • Younger complexion

Training in Microneedling & PRP with Cosmetic Courses

We offer both online and practical training courses in microneedling and practical PRP:

Talk to one of our course coordinators today to find out more about our courses: 01844 390110 / [email protected].

Find out more

The Aesthetics Knowledge Hub is a great place for you to find answers to frequently asked questions. We recommend having a look at both the Platelet Rich Plasma Training and Skin Booster Training areas.


Meghan Markles Go To Skin Guide!

Meghan Markles skin continues to luminate and produce a radiant glow, so what is her secret?

It’s quite clear she is passionate about skincare working alongside Nichola Joss, a skincare expert who holds an impressive catalog of stars she has helped glow when it comes to products and routines.

A firm favourite of Meghans continues to be chemical peeling, a non invasive treatment which tightens pores and eliminates all imperfections. Followed by either a microdermabrasion or IPL, to help clear the skin of impurities for a deep cleanse. Skin expert Nichola suggests for this treatments to be carried out every two months but should then stop a month before any big event (like a royal wedding!) and change the focus of cleansing to hydration.

Self-massage to look younger

Another favourite of Meghan is the simple yet effective facial massages. Recently dubbed “facial yoga”, an easy addition to add to your skincare routine.

American researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago trailed this new craze for five months, with volunteers performing daily facial massage movements. Some of the movement including opening the mouth wide to form an O, smiling as much as possible to work the cheek muscles before massaging your cheekbones with your fingertips, or smiling without showing your teeth. repeated five times slowly. The result: firmer skin and smoother lines.

To work on the neck area you can look up and face the ceiling whilst opening and closing the mouth. With your shoulders back, lift up your chin until you tension the neck skin, without bending your neck and keeping your back straight. The face is facing the ceiling. In this position, open and close the mouth slowly and normally, feeling the tension in the neck. 

To smooth the forehead, pull up your hair with your hands and look straight ahead. Slowly lower the eyebrows, but do not bring them closer together. Close your eyes and always hold the top of the forehead that remains smooth. Remove the hand and let the eyebrows rise, without wrinkling the forehead.

Our clinic offers different treatments according to your skin type and especially same treatment as Meghan Markle: the chemical peeling that makes your skin brighter and tighten your pores to restore healthy skin. 

To book your consultation with our team: 01844 390110

Or click here to register to become a Cosmetic Courses model!

Learn key information and frequently asked questions on Skin Booster Training in our Aesthetics Knowledge Hub.

How To Look After Your Skin in The hot weather! cosmetic courses

Our patients often ask how do they look after their skin in the hot weather. Skin specialist Simona recommends the following steps:

  1. Try to eat food rich in vitamins and minerals. Broccoli is a good source of vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids that are important for skin health. It also contains sulforaphane, which may help prevent skin cancer and protect your skin from sunburn. Watermelon, this fruit is a hydration hero, and fluids are exactly what you need when the heat is on. Tomatoes is another great option to choose with your meal in a summer as it is rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C.
  2. You must also drink plenty of water in summer to keep your skin looking youthful and fresh. Skin exposed to sun, hot temperatures and high winds cause dry skin, sunburn or skin damage. If dehydrated, the skin loses its elasticity. The skin is the body’s largest organ and hydration moves water through all of the body’s membranes, keeping skin elastic and soft.
  3. EYN-C20 SMInvest in a solid vitamin C serum. In the clinic we offer EYN Vitamin C serum. Clinically proven L-ascorbic acidat its peak concentration of anti-oxidant activity which is quickly absorbed to remove free radicals to prevent skin damage, helping to brighten skin and maintain a youthful appearance. The formulation is supported with ferulic acid to create this light effective day serum.
  4. Make sure all your makeup in non-comedogenic. If your makeup is full of pore-clogging ingredients, you’ll likely start breaking out as soon as your sweat and makeup mingle. Check your labels and be diligent about wearing the cleanest, lightest makeup during the summer months.
  5. Don’t forget to hydrate! Moisturising during summer can seem tough, if you don’t find the right product for your skin, as it can often feel heavy and clog pores. However, finding the right cream to keep your skin protected, alongside an SPF will do wonders for you and prevent itching.

SPF! SPF! SPF! First things first, apply SPF every single day. This will not only protect against sunburn but also from environmental damage.

Find out more

The Aesthetics Knowledge Hub is a great place for you to find answers to frequently asked questions. We recommend having a look at the Skin Booster Training Knowledge Hub.

When it comes to skincare its hard to understand just what your skin needs. Met with millions of different creams, lotions and potions we are on the hunt to find the perfect products for us! The first step in finding your ideal skincare routine is understanding your skin type and we are here to help you do just that.

When we look at the anatomy of the skin, we notice that its surface is covered with a slight film, this is a mixture of sweat and sebum.

Sebum forms a protective film on the surface of the skin, which prevents water from evaporating and helps fight against germs.

Sweat eliminates heat in the first place, but it is also responsible for skin hydration and balance.

The quantity and quality of the skins film determine the skin type, varying on age and health, climate, pollution and personal hygiene. 

The Different Types of Skin

There are four main types of skin: normal, dry, oily, and combination when it comes to understanding your skin type. 

Normal skin: the ideal skin type

Neither too oily nor too dry, normal skin is comfortable, does not shine, does not tug, does not blush at sudden changes in temperature. It is often the result of a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Normal skin needs fewer products.

Dry skin

Dry skin can be confused with dehydrated skin but both are very different in what they need! Dry skin lacks sebum (that thing we spoke about at the beginning), which not having enough of will cause water to evaporate from the skin, thus causing dry skin. Therefore we need to nourish the skin before hydrating.

Oily skin

Oily skin is caused by an excess of sebum, the opposite of dry skin! You can tell oily skin by the skin glossing, enlarged pores, blackheads and dullness. You skin can be oily for a variety of reasons, including pollution and using the wrong products.

Combination Skin

Combination skin is a mixture of two skin types and is characterized by:

  • oily skin on the middle zone, or T zone
  • normal or dry skin on the cheeks.

With combination skin you will find you may need to try different types of products for each area. 

So, how do we determine our skin type? 

There are a number of ways we can determine our skin type from magnifying mirrors to purpose built machines, one which you can easily do at home would be the tissue test. 

  1. Take off your makeup
  2. Clean the skin with soap and water
  3. Wait 30 minutes until the glands have worked hard enough
  4. Place a tissue on the face, like a mask, and press lightly for about ten seconds
  5. Remove the handkerchief and observe in the light

Result of the test:

  • There are traces of oil (transparencies in the light) all over the tissue: you probably have oily skin
  • There are traces of oil only in the middle zone (forehead, nose, chin): you probably have mixed skin
  • There is no trace on the tissue: you have normal skin or dry skin

Please note the above technique may give you an idea of your skin type but we would still recommend coming for a skin consultation at one of our clinics where our skin experts can talk through what your skin needs and build you a bespoke treatment and skincare plan.

Book yours by contacting the team on 01844 390110 / [email protected].

We consume it daily, whether on purpose or not, helping us to stay healthy and boost our immune systems but did you know the benefits Vitamin C has for the skin? 

As an active energizer, it’s a key player in skincare as it helps with cell renewal, leaving your skin glowing with brightening and antioxidant action.

Vitamin C will start to show its results within a few weeks of adding it into your skincare routine, it’s used to prevent aging, reduce wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles and spots. Promoting better healing of the epidermis and limits skin inflammations.  A great addition alongside your aesthetic treatments.

The best way to introduce it into your skincare routine is to use a facial cream enriched with moisturizing agents, such as oils. Serums have a higher dose and can contain upto 5 to 15% pure vitamin C. You can mix your serum with your day cream and apply it in the evening or morning! 

To brighten the eyes you can also use a Vitamin C eye cream to help address crow’s feet or dark circles.

We also recommend that you space your application to avoid harming the skin, applying your Vitamin C products 2-3 times a week will help with this.

Our top tip: store your vitamin C care in your fridge – when you apply it, the cool consistency will help to tighten your skin! 

Purchase your Vitamin C skincare: 

C20 Maximum Strength Vitamin C Serum by EYN (1)

Clinically proven L-ascorbic acid at its peak concentration of anti-oxidant activity which
is quickly absorbed to remove free radicals to prevent skin damage, helping to brighten skin and maintain a youthful appearance. The formulation is supported with ferulic acid to create this light effective day serum.

The benefits: 

  • Peak strength serum with maximum anti-oxidant benefits.
  • Helps prevent wrinkles, dark spots and promotes the production of collagen.
  • Helping to prevent and delay ageing from harmful environmental damage, toxins, pollutants and solar radiation.
  • A key product for those who want to prevent the future signs of ageing.