Why do I need to cleanse morning and night?
Cleansing in the morning removes any oils or toxins that our skin naturally excretes while we sleep.
Cleansing at night removes makeup, pollutants, dirt, dead cells, perspiration and oils.
Why do I need to moisturize morning and night?
After cleansing the skin needs hydration and protection from environmental factors, rebalances and restores skins natural defenses as well as addressing skin concerns. There are 24 hours in a day, actives within creams are diminishes throughout the day and absorb pollutants.
Why can’t I use my moisturizer around my eyes?
The eye area is more delicate, does not contain sweat or oil glands. A lighter textured cream is needed for better absorption and milder ingredients.
What cleanser is best for my skin a Milk Cleanser of a Foaming Cleanser?
Milk cleansers are for skins that are dehydrated and dry and non-stripping.
Foaming cleansers are for people that have combination/oily skin or personal preference for that squeaky cleanse feel.
Why should I use an exfoliant?
Exfoliants assist with the removal of dead cells and assists with greater absorption of products.
How often should I use an exfoliant?
It is recommended to exfoliate at least 2 – 3 times per week?
Can I stock Advanced Natural's products?
How can I get the best out of Advanced Natural skincare?
Consistency is the foundation of great skincare. If you use your Advanced Natural skincare products twice daily, seven days a week, you will see optimum results. If you have any queries about your home skincare regime, please contact us for expert advice. We can ensure you are using the best range for your skin type and any particular skin problems.
Our skin is affected by how we treat our bodies, inside and out. You can take steps every day to improve and protect the beauty and quality of your skin. It starts with regular skincare and being attentive to how you live each day.
Five Tips to Skin Beauty
Protect your skin from the sun
Treat your skin with care
Eat a healthy diet
Manage and reduce stress
Why is skincare important for my skin?
The skin consists of two layers – the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the uppermost layer, which contains pigment-producing cells that give skin its colour. The epidermis renews itself constantly with new cells born in the lover (basal cell) layer of the epidermis. These mature as they gradually rise to the surface, where they ultimately die and fall off.
The dermis contains blood and lymph vessels, nerves, sweat glands and oil glands, and is found below the epidermis. Hair follicles are extensions of the epidermis into the dermis. The dermis is made up of networks of elastic fibres (elastin) for suppleness, as well as dense fibres (collagen) for strength. A layer of fatty tissue lies below the skin and gives it structure.
When your skincare is unattended, the process of cell shedding slows down, contributing to a dull appearance to your skin or even worse problems, such as clogging, blemishes, marks, and acne. Damage from external forces can cause pigmentation and unevenness. Fortunately, our Australian made skincare products are designed and created to address these more serious skin issues as well as providing ongoing daily skin maintenance.
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