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Skin Superfoods!

Skin Superfoods

Pumpkin alone is packed with pro-vitamin A and vitamin K. The real treasure though is in the seeds!
Pumpkin seeds, also known as pepitas, are packed with zinc. Zinc is a collagen boosting, UV protectant, that promotes skin renewal. While there are many other foods that contain zinc, consuming a plant-based product is healthier than the meat sourced alternative.
Some studies suggest that when you do not have enough zinc in your diet, you’re more prone to acne, eczema and brittle hair & nails.

One of the best sources of fat that you can eat comes from Avocados. They are loaded with tons of nutrients, that will benefit not only your skin but your overall health!
These help prevent wrinkling within the skin and promote elasticity. These healthy fats also allow your skin to retain its moisture, and due to the added benefit that avocados also contain biotin, brittle skin, hair, and nails can be prevented from forming.
This fruit also contains powerful antioxidants, Vitamin E & C for free radical damage prevention. Vitamin E, improves your overall skin tone, by helping protect it from the sun and environmental pollutants. While, Vitamin C helps with the creation of elastin and collagen to help keep skin firm and taught.

Whether they are in a juiced, dried, baked or ripe format, cranberries have a skin boosting, toxin flushing and a cancer preventative property!
Cranberries are loaded with antioxidants which will help fight off free radicals that can slow aging of your skin. They also have an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory function that can clear up many skin conditions, such as acne vulgaris & psoriasis.
The vitamin C content is considerably high in cranberries. Vitamin C helps contribute to the production of amino acids needed to build collagen. Increased collagen production will keep not only your heart and vessels elastic, but your skin nice and taught as well!

Packed with more Vitamin C then the citrus fruits, strawberries brighten and radiate your skin. Vitamin C is a fighter of free radicals, thus you can help protect your skin against further damage.

Disclaimer: Please be aware that results and benefits may vary from patient to patient taking into consideration factors such as age, lifestyle and medical history.

Awards

Runner-Up, Customer Service

Runner-Up, Customer Service

Kent Women in Business 2017

Businesswoman of the Year

Businesswoman of the Year

Kent Women in Business 2017

Runner-Up, Customer Service

Runner-Up, Customer Service

Kent Women in Business 2016

Finalist, Best Clinic South

Finalist, Best Clinic South

My Face My Body 2015

Start-Up Business of the Year

Start-Up Business of the Year

Kent Women in Business 2015

Professional Achievement Award

Professional Achievement Award

Kent Women in Business 2015

Rising Star Award

Rising Star Award

Kent Women in Business 2015

Bronze

Bronze

Kent Health and Beauty Awards 2015

Winner, Start-Up Business of the Year

Winner, Start-Up Business of the Year

Kent Independent Traders Awards 2015

Winner, Growth Award 2017

Winner, Growth Award 2017

IBAK 2017

Runner-Up, Small Business of the Year

Runner-Up, Small Business of the Year

IBAK 2017

Runner-Up, Service Excellence

Runner-Up, Service Excellence

IBAK 2017

Finalist, Best New Clinic

Finalist, Best New Clinic

My Face, My Body Awards 2015

Finalist, Diamond Awards

Finalist, Diamond Awards

Safety in Beauty 2016

Brands We Use

aqualyx
botox
cellenis
Clinisept+
coolsculpting
exuviance
gardasil
Heliocare
intravita
Jane Iredale
juvederm
Kenalog
LED Mask
lumigan
Microneedling Pen
neostrata
Nouveau Lashes
obagi
Intravita PDO Threads
profhilo
profhilo
prolon
pronokal
radiesse
rrs
silhouette soft
skin tech
skinade
specialist pharmacy
teosyal
thermavein
Venus Concept
visia
Viviscal Professional