The Cleansing Academy
Put in simple terms TEWL is the process of water moving through the deep cells to the surface and evaporating in an accelerated rate. Why is this a bad thing, you may ask?
It not only leaves your skin depleted, it shows tell tale signs of a disfunctional cleansing and hydration routine.
The average client spends between $1500-$3000 per year on skincare and skin treatments - think top level ingredients and clinically proven laser and rejuvenation machinery yet they wash their face completely wrong!
Most of us either splash remove makeup and cleansing product or we use fabric fibred face washers. (lets not even talk about makeup pads and wipes ohhh dear)!
Don't get me wrong we all love to feel a little summer sun on our skin - it tends to radiate warmth through our entire bodies but living in Australia we have some of the highest rates of skin cancers and its time to take Melanoma's seriously!
As a skin technician I can confidentially say I think we have a communication barrier with the youth of all our generations.
The bikini wearing, lazy summer holidays and insta worthy images mean they lay out in the sun building that perfect summer tan line - its something to be proud of (insert shock horror). As we age I am confident to say we know better,
Made from PVA material the skin shammy is a texture similiar to wetsuit material - super soft to touch and remains at a cooling temperature. The ability for it to simultaneously wipe and remove all traces of makeup and skincare products whilst leaving the skin feeling fresh and protected is what makes TCC amazing.
While many of us are extremely mindful about the skincare products we are using on the outside, there’s a vital step in our regime that we should be turning our focus to... Ingestible Beauty!
While a healthy and nutritious diet plays a valuable role for skin health, many people are simply not getting enough nutrients due to lifestyle factors, impaired nutrient absorption due to gut dysbiosis and poor dietary choices.
So we live in AUSTRALIA and we all know by now the importance of sunscreen, many of us still never fail to come up with excuses not to use it every day: too greasy, makes your skin look white, it smells. But the biggest turn-off when we consider the use of sunscreen is the breakouts and irritation it can cause.