Dr Rippon is a firm believer that prevention is always better than cure! He believes offering early intervention skin care is paramount to proactively address the emerging signs of skin damage. Skin is the single largest organ in the human body and is also one of the most vulnerable.
As the skin ages, it loses resilience and everything from hormonal imbalances, to environmental aggressors like viruses, UV rays and air pollution, can contribute to dull and tired-looking skin. Fine lines usually start appearing during your late 20s and early 30s. Dr Rippon is one of the leading medical aesthetic doctors in Cumbria; Master class trained by a faculty of leading doctors and industry professionals. Dr Rippon explains to his patients how your skin in your early 20's and early 30s may look like its in its prime, but what you do right now will determine how it looks later on.
To correct and prevent the signs of damage and ageing, it is important to incorporate a topical antioxidant into your daily routine. Daily use of topical antioxidants can:
Neutralize free radicals to prevent future skin damage.
Help correct signs of sun and environmental damage, including brown spots and rough and uneven skin tone.
Revitalize skin by stimulating collagen production and increasing elasticity, which results in lighter, brighter, softer skin.
With so many topical antioxidants available, how do you choose the right one?
Vitamin C. also known as L-ascorbic acid, specifically offers superior benefits that boost the effects of you current skin care regime. Professional-C serums offer superior topical antioxidant benefits. In skin care, the properties of L-ascorbic acid are highly dependent on product formulation. That's why Obagi Professional-C Serums offer potent L-ascorbic acid formulations. http://www.obagimedical.co.uk
With skin cell turnover slowing down as you move through your 20s you could consider exfoliating with an antioxidant-rich serum to remove dead skin cells. The damage we unconsciously do to the skin when we are in our adolescence, teens and early 20s becomes visible from 25 onwards as collagen production in the skin slows. By looking after your skin, using the right products, protecting it from UVA and UVB rays and yearly check ups it is possible to dramatically slow the ageing process and repair damaged skin. For your individual bespoke skin care plan book a consultation with Dr Rippon on 01228 791447 or visit www.ripponmedicalservices.co.uk