Ready, Set, Glow… Healthy Summer Skin
After weeks of dull grey skies, the sun is finally making an appearance!
When the season finally changes, it can be so tempting to head straight outside to bask in the sunshine and soak up all the much-needed vitamin D.
But before you do this, you need to make sure your skin is protected because while the delicious sunshine releases happy vibes, it has a dark side too. Too much exposure to the sun can cause serious problems, including premature ageing, dark spots, and wrinkles.
You should always wear high-factor sunscreen, even on cloudy days. If you block out the harmful UV rays, you will prevent wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and dry skin.
If your face needs some TLC, then you can boost your skin’s hydration with deeply nourishing facials like HydraFacial.
And if your skin is already showing some signs of ageing and sun damage, then a gentle chemical peel can help. It is designed to smooth your skin, reduce blemishes and improve your skin’s appearance. It’s best to avoid direct sunlight afterwards, so spring is the perfect time to do it.
A thread lift is a non-surgical facelift designed to subtly reposition the skin on your face to reduce fine lines and wrinkles – all while boosting natural collagen production. But can a thread lift make you look 10 years younger? This month’s featured blog answers just that, as well as outlining the common causes of ageing and what you can do to slow it down.
Fat freezing is a fantastic treatment that, when used alongside a healthy diet and exercise, can help you to get a more toned physique. Read How Fat Freezing Works to find out more.
When thinking about your skincare routine, remember your lips!
Lips often get forgotten, but you shouldn’t neglect them! Dry lips are often a sign of dehydration, so if yours feel flaky, invest in a quality balm and make sure you stay hydrated.
We recommend Zo Lip Rebuild to restore and replenish your lips. The entire range of ZO products has been designed to improve the function of your skin, effectively preventing premature ageing.