‘I’m the Feamale Boss': ‘Dyslexic’ tattooist misspells Tulisa’s famous inking. What are the options when tattoos go wrong?

From misspelled Italian script like that of Hayden Panettiere to Chinese characters that mean nothing – getting inked involves a certain amount of trust and confidence in your tattooist. Having your tattoo done in the UK as opposed to having it abroad, you expect to receive a certain standard of care, standards in hygiene and…..standards in spelling? Not so as Mille 19 discovered.

As the Daily Mail article reveals, in an attempt to copy N-Dubz singer Tulisa Contostavlos, Mille opted to inscribe ‘Female Boss’ on her arm. Her ‘dyslexic’ tattooist however, left her arm inked with the words ‘Feamale Boss’.

Getting any kind of tattoo involves a certain amount trust and confidence in the tattooist who will be inking your skin. Thankfully most of our clients at our Bournemouth laser clinic choose to have their tattoos removed either because they no longer like the artwork which they had done years ago, or they wish to have names removed. So what are the options when things either go drastically wrong, or you have simply outgrown your artwork?

Your options really come down to whether you want complete removal, or would like a cover-up. Depending on the tattoo in question your desired cover-up may fit nicely on top and no tattoo removal treatment may be required. If however this is not the case, then a significant fading of the tattoo with laser tattoo removal would enable your tattooist to give you the cover-up you actually want, and not something you have to settle for.

At Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth we use an Active Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser for laser tattoo removal. We can treat all colours except green, which requires a ruby laser. Certain colours like turquoise and yellow are difficult to remove with any kind of laser. Generally speaking, the darker the ink, the easier it is to fade or remove. Black tattoos therefore are the easiest to remove with laser tattoo removal.

To remove a professional tattoo you are looking at 8-12 treatments spaced around 2 months apart. The 8 weeks or so in-between treatments are required in order to allow the body to get rid of the shattered ink particles under the skin. Tattoos should fade with each treatment until the tattoo has either gone completely or is barely visible. This will depend on the colour of the tattoo and how many sessions have been performed.

For a free, no obligation consultation, please contact us at Laser Skin Solutions on 01202 29 69 69.

To know more about laser tattoo removal and its techniques, read our related blog post.

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The changing face of Kim Kardashian: how facial hair removal is keeping her looking young

According to the article in the Daily Mail, the ever-changing face of Kim Kardashian has sparked much controversy since she first hit the headlines in 2006. Surgeons and aestheticians alike have all been too keen to second-guess just what Kim has actually had done. All this amid rumours that Kanye West has insisted on a pre-nup clause banning all further cosmetic surgery.

Whether like some cosmetic surgeons you think she’s had a hairline lift, or simply resorts to Botox for a more youthful look, it does seem obvious that Kim has had laser hair removal. Her ‘baby hair’ from the front of her natural hairline seems to have disappeared for good which would certainly indicate a more permanent solution like laser treatment for unwanted hair, rather than waxing. Dr Shahmalak, Britain’s leading hair transplant surgeon from the Channel 4 series ‘Embarrassing Bodies’ agrees, “’It is very likely that Kim Kardashian has had the baby hairs around hairline removed. This can be done by waxing – a similar procedure to how women remove hair from their legs or bikini line. But it is more likely that Kim has opted for laser surgery, a more permanent form of removal.”

So what is laser hair removal? Laser hair removal is now considered the gold standard treatment for permanent hair reduction. It works by using either a Laser or Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) system to deliver light to the hair. The pigment in the hair absorbs the light which gets converted to heat (much in the same way a black t-shirt absorbs light from the sun and gets hot). The hair and more importantly the hair follicle heats to around 60-70 degrees for a split second and not only destroys the hair in question, but also destroys the stem cells at the base of the follicle which is responsible for producing that hair. Once the stem cells have been destroyed, that hair follicle will never produce again.

Laser hair removal is suitable for both facial hair and unwanted body hair. At Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth we have 3 different laser and IPL handpieces meaning you will get treated with whichever system is most appropriate for your hair and skin-type.

To book your free laser hair removal consultation please contact us or call the clinic directly on Bournemouth 01202 29 69 69

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How laser hair removal has helped a mother and her three children suffering from Werewolf syndrome

A mother from a remote village in Nepal, and her three children have been successfully treated for ‘werewolf syndrome’ a rare condition which causes excessive hair growth. The family who suffer from Congenital Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa travelled to the capital, Katmandu in order to receive laser hair removal to their faces.

According to the article in the Daily Mail online, the mother and her three children received treatment at Dhulikhel Hospital in Kavre, on the outskirts of Kathmandu in an attempt to lessen the symptoms and to make the children’s life easier at school. Made fun of by their classmates, mother Devi wanted to ease her children’s transition into their teens by removing the excessive hair growth on their faces.

Congenital Hypertrichosis Lanuginosa presents as an abnormal amount of hair growth on the body and can either be generalised or localised. Generalised Congenital Hypertrichosis appears all over the body whereas localised tends to be restricted to specific areas like the back or face. It can be congenital (from birth) or as in the case of the Budhathoki family, it can develop later on in life. Whilst there is no cure for this condition, it can nevertheless be treated with laser hair removal, as the Budhathoki family was all to pleased to discover.

Hypertrichosis is not a newly discovered condition. Photos from the 19th and early 20th centuries reveal that people suffering with this condition often worked as ‘freaks’ at travelling circus shows. Unable to easily or permanently remove their excessive hair, some were able to capitalise on their condition and make an income from it. Jo Jo the wolf boy was famously able to make $500 a week in the late 1800s from appearing in a touring show.

These days however, anyone suffering with excessive hair growth can safely and permanently remove it with both Laser, Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) hair removal or electrolysis. Hair follicles are permanently disabled by heating the stem cells at the base of the follicle and destroying them, meaning that hair follicle will not produce again. Powerful medical grade lasers however are required to do effective damage in order to permanently reduce hair growth in a given area. Low powered machines can sometimes increase hair growth or simply weaken the hair without permanently destroying it. To learn more about laser equipment, check out our website article called ‘how to choose a clinic‘.

At our Bournemouth laser clinic we offer both laser and IPL for permanent hair removal and hair reduction. We also offer electrolysis for permanent hair removal. Consultations are free of charge and free of obligation. To book your free laser hair removal consultation please contact us or call Laser Skin Solutions directly on 01202 29 69 69.

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Number of men turning to hair removal has doubled in the last year according to the Daily Mail.

According to an article in the Daily Mail last week, salons in London have seen a 73% increase in intimate waxing for men, with 2% of men going for the Brazilian wax. At Laser Skin Solutions, this doesn’t come as a surprise given the sharp increase we have experienced at our Bournemouth laser clinic for laser hair removal for men.

It wasn’t so long ago that men used to have to resort to pinching their girlfriend’s or wives’ cosmetic products in a bid to keep their skin looking good and hydrated. Then along came L’Oreal’s simple and clear message to men on skin rejuvenation, that they too are ‘worth it’. Suddenly the use of well-groomed male models like Hugh Laurie and Gerard Butler to sell L’Oreal’s Men Expert meant it was no longer taboo for men to be seen to be grooming themselves. And it doesn’t just stop there. According to the Daily Mail, British men are no longer settling for the ‘natural’ look downstairs, with many choosing to keep the male bikini line either tidied up or going for a completely smooth look and removing their hair completely.

Whilst some men opt for waxing, many are now turning to laser hair removal for their hair removal needs. Many men find waxing painful in the genital area and it can cause serious problems in terms of in growing hairs which can be incredibly itchy. Excessive scratching can cause skin to be damaged in the male bikini area which in turn can cause problems with infection.

Laser hair removal for men in the form of ‘back, sack and crack’ tends to be less painful, cleaner and provides a long term solution for unwanted hair. At Laser Skin Solutions, laser clinic Bournemouth, we offer 3 different choices of laser and IPL hair removal meaning we can treat all skin and hair types. We are also the most highly trained laser clinic in the area. We do not rely solely on the training provided by the laser manufacturer. We are BTEC laser qualified and are the only laser clinic in Bournemouth which both treats members of the public and trains medical professionals in the use of Lasers and IPLs.

For a free, no obligation consultation for laser hair removal or any of our other laser treatments such as thread vein removal, laser acne treatment, pigment removal or glycolic peels, please call 01202 29 69 69 or contact us via our website.

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Laser Skin Solutions gives Yahoo! Lifestyle the lowdown on laser tattoo removal.

It has been another busy week at Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth. Not least because we were contacted by Yahoo Lifestyle to contribute to their article on laser tattoo removal.
Laser tattoo removal is gaining in popularity for many different reasons. The recent increase in backstreet and mobile tattoo artists has resulted in many a dodgy tattoo being created which people end up being very unhappy with.

As Hayden Panettierre discovered, when a tattoo goes wrong (like a misspelling) it can take a fair few treatments and many months to either fade or remove it completely. What Hayden may not have been aware of however, is had she gone to a laser clinic within the first month of having the tattoo done, there’s a good chance it could have been removed with one treatment.

When ink is injected into the skin, within a month it gets encapsulated in collagen. Once this takes place, it then takes 8 to 12 treatments, with a 6-8 week gap between each in order to completely remove a professional black tattoo. At our Bournemouth laser clinic we are keen to spread the word that should you or anyone you know have a tattoo that they are unhappy with, to get to us ASAP and certainly within the first month.

Tattoos used to be ‘for life’ but now with the ever increasing advances in laser technology, laser tattoo removal is allowing people to both have a change of heart and change in taste. At Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth we do a lot of laser tattoo removal for people who no longer want the names of their ex permanently inked on their bodies. We also do a lot of fading and removal of tattoos which people had done 20 years ago. Just as fashions change (after all you don’t wear the same clothes you did 20 years ago), so does body art. Good to know therefore that laser tattoo removal and laser tattoo fading can allow you to make way for your new creation.

For your free laser tattoo removal consultation, or any other laser treatments in Bournemouth such as laser hair removal, laser thread vein removal, laser acne treatment, laser pigmentation treatment or , please contact us or call Laser Skin Solutions directly on 01202 29 69 69.

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‘I heard sunbeds posed a risk, but didn’t understand how much': Woman, 25, diagnosed with skin cancer after using sunbeds for 8 years

At Laser Skin Solutions we were not surprised to read an article this week in the Daily Mail of 25 year old Leanne Atherton who has been diagnosed with a malignant melanoma due to excessive sunbed use.

After laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation and in particular sun damage reversal is the next most popular treatment at our Bournemouth laser clinic. Sun damage that we now see appearing, in the form of thread veins, pigmentation, sunspots and uneven skin tone, can be the result of excessive sun exposure occurring as far back as ten to fifteen years ago.

The UK has experienced a fantastic summer this year despite predictions of a rainy holiday period. It would be fair to say we have received our fair share of sunshine this year. But is there such a thing as a ‘safe’ amount of sun? Technically, no – there is no such thing. Any UV exposure damages our skin. There are of course health benefits like increased vitamin D production, but as we constantly point out to our clients at our Bournemouth laser clinic, you need very little sun in order to gain enough vitamin D to keep our skins healthy – and you certainly don’t need to expose your face to UV.

What is more alarming to us at Laser Skin Solutions is the amount of people, who, knowing they are about to leave the UK for 2 weeks of guaranteed sunshine, decide to use a sunbed before they go. Exposing our skin to intensive UV rays is never a good thing. But to do so on lily-white skin before an additional 2 weeks of hot sun is potentially skin-suicide.

Leanne Atherton says she knew that sunbeds posed a risk, but didn’t understand how much. We all know however that excessive sun exposure and sunbed use can increase our risk of skin cancer. This is a very well known fact. It would be a fair assumption to make that Leanne Atherton quite possibly did understand the risks involved, but thought, just like the rest of us, that skin cancer is something that happens to other people, that it will never happen to us. We do wish Leanne Atherton all the best and hope that the skin cancer has not in fact spread.

If you would like a free skin assessment please book in for your free, no obligation consultation by calling 01202 29 69 69.

Laser Skin Solutions specialises in laser hair removal, laser thread vein removal, laser tattoo removal, laser acne treatment, laser birthmark removal and pigmentation treatment and glycolic peels.

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How facelifts make us look younger by only 3 years.

According to an article in the Daily Mail’s online Femail site, having a facelift will only make you look three years younger and doesn’t improve your attractiveness. This may come as a surprise to most people who are fans of the Channel 4 program, ‘Ten Years Younger’. A unique study led by Dr. Joshua Zimm, of Lenox Hill Hospital and Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Institute, New York found that often the surgeons carrying out the surgery don’t tell patients they will look younger or even more attractive, but rather they will look “fresher” and “less tired”.

At Laser Skin Solutions this doesn’t come as a surprise to us. Skin rejuvenation is about taking away the things that age us, ( thread veins, sunspots etc), but does that make us more attractive? Yes and no. Essentially we are born with the looks we are given. However over time our skin quality deteriorates as a result of genetics, but also environmental factors. It is a well known fact for instance that skin tone, or rather evenness of skin tone is the single most attractive facial quality after symmetry. So if you are a bit of a sun worshiper and develop sunspots over time, having a course of laser pigmentation treatment will certainly even out your skin tone and ultimately, according to many, will make your skin appear more attractive.

Skin rejuvenation literally means putting youth back into the skin. In fact what we are actually doing at our Bournemouth laser clinic when we perform skin rejuvenation is to remove the things that age us. Does that make us look more attractive? We think so and so do our clients. Having fresh, radiant, healthy looking skin makes us feel more confident and ultimately happier. We do however feel that surgeons at the Lenox Hill Hospital are taking the right approach. After all, being ‘attractive’ is very subjective and it would be wrong to promise clients considering a full-face lift that it will make them look ‘more attractive’. For any cosmetic procedure whether it is full on plastic surgery or simply laser hair removal, as we frequently undertake at our Bournemouth laser clinic, the key is good client selection. At Laser Skin Solutions Laser clinic Bournemouth we often turn clients away if we feel that they are either not suitable for treatment, or have unrealistic expectation for treatment outcome. Many laser clinics encourage clients to undergo treatment even if they have unrealistic expectations just in order to ‘clinch that sale’. Laser consultants working for large chains are often under a lot of pressure to meet high sales targets resulting in the client not always getting advice that’s in the best interest for them.

For a free impartial consultation in Bournemouth for laser hair removal, laser thread vein removal, laser acne treatment, laser pigmentation treatment or sunspot removal, please contact us by calling Laser Skin Solutions on 01202 29 69 69

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Laser hair removal side effects – what side effects can you expect from a laser hair removal treatment?

Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) hair removal is the most popular method for removing unwanted hair both on the body and face. Whilst for the majority of patients it is highly safe and effective, it is not without its risks.

What are the side effects from laser hair removal?

At our Bournemouth laser clinic we divide up side effects into 3 categories: Expected laser hair removal side effects. Unwanted (but possible) hair removal side effects. Lastly, ‘Adverse reactions’.

1. Expected laser hair removal side effects:

◦                Redness (erythema) – after treatment, temporary redness of the skin can occur. Although we advise clients that this can last for 1-3 days on the treated areas, in reality this normally only lasts a few hours.

◦                Swelling (oedema) – mild swelling or irritation is possible around the follicles after treatment, which again can last for 1-3 days but usually goes down after a few hours.

◦                Itching – discomfort or itching can sometimes occur on treated areas and is more common in people with an overactive histamine response.

◦                Slight Pain or Tingling – most people describe the sensation of laser hair removal like a rubber band being snapped against the skin. It can also feel like hot little pin pricks. Many clients at our laser clinic in Bournemouth find it more tolerable than waxing especially on sensitive areas like the extended bikini line. The sensation does vary according to people’s skin and hair type. People with darker skins will absorb more light from the laser hair removal treatment and will therefore feel it more than those with paler skin. At Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth we use a cryo cooling machine which blows cold air, making the treatment more comfortable and helps to reduce unwanted side effects like redness and swelling.

2. Unwanted (but possible) side effects:

These side effects are not expected from a laser hair removal treatment, but can occur on rare occasions. Any of the following side effects should be reported to your laser consultant straight away:

◦                Mild burning or blistering – very unusual in a laser hair removal treatment. If this does occur it is usually a sign that the client has either exposed their skin to the sun, is on light sensitising medication that hasn’t been declared to the laser consultant prior to treatment, or the laser operator has over treated using energies that are too high. Rarely this can occur without any obvious explanation. For other laser treatments however like laser tattoo removal, blistering can occur on certain tattoo colours and is unfortunately an unwanted but expected side effect.

◦                Infection – if treated areas aren’t cleaned and disinfected properly prior to treatment, and post-treatment, a minor infection can set in. All areas must be free of make-up, creams, deodorants etc.

◦                Bruising – patients with very sensitive skin may experience slight bruising on treated areas. Again this is very unusual for laser hair removal and is more common (but still only occurs occasionally), in vascular treatments like thread vein removal or laser tattoo removal.

◦                Changes in Skin Pigment – pigmentation discolouration scarring in the form of hyper-pigmentation (darkening of skin tone) and hypo-pigmentation (lightening of skin tone) are rare if laser hair removal is performed by an experienced laser consultant, and if the correct laser is used. Most laser clinics in Bournemouth will only have one laser or IPL specifically for laser hair removal. This means that whatever your skin or hair type you will get treated with the same machine. At Laser Skin Solutions Bournemouth we have 3 different laser and IPL handpieces for laser hair removal alone.

3. Adverse reactions

Severe burns.

How effective is laser hair removal?

This depends very much on the skin and hair type of the client concerned (dark thick hair on light skin being the most suitable for laser hair removal treatment), but also on the efficacy and grade of laser being used for treatment. At our Bournemouth laser clinic, we use the Lynton Lumina. A medical grade laser and IPL system used by the NHS. Many beauty clinics and tattoo parlours buy in cheap equipment which simply don’t deliver the results. The best advice? Do your homework. In the laser world, bigger is generally better. If you see a laser or IPL which is small enough to sit on a beauty trolley – chances are it won’t be powerful enough to do the job. Portable or ‘home lasers’ are even worse. You only have to see how many second hand home laser kits are being sold on ebay to realise these machines don’t deliver the results. For fast, effective and safe results, choose a clinic which specialises in cosmetic laser treatments like we do at Laser Skin Solutions. Lastly, always ask what laser qualifications your laser consultant has apart from the basic training provided by the laser manufacturer. At Laser Skin Solutions we are the only laser clinic in Bournemouth that insists on staff obtaining the BTEC Laser & Light award – currently the highest recognised qualification in the UK. Kerry Belba and Carlie Carter are 2 out of 300 people in the entire country to hold this qualification.

For your free laser hair removal consultation with the experts please contact us by calling 01202 29 69 69.

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Skin Rejuvenating Collagen boosting drink. We investigate the latest beauty craze to hit the headlines.

Brands like Gold Collagen, who are behind these latest skin rejuvenation drinks, claim that they can boost collagen levels in the skin. Whilst they haven’t quite taken off in the UK as they have say in the US or Asia, they have nevertheless drawn a fair amount of attention in the national press. After all, wouldn’t it be amazing if the answer to all your beauty concerns were as simple as downing a bottle of collagen each morning, alongside your daily dose of Yakult? You could be forgiven for detecting a tone of skepticism.

So what is collagen? Coming from the Greek ‘Kolla’, meaning ‘glue’, collagen is the tough fibrous protein present in our skin, which gives it its texture and elasticity. Proteins, like collagen are made up of amino acids, the building blocks of protein chains. A balanced diet therefore which includes healthy protein like lean meat and fish will be beneficial for the body’s collagen building capabilities. When we eat a piece of chicken and fish, the protein is broken down by the stomach’s acid into amino acids which are then used by the body to build muscle and healthy tissue. Much the same however would happen if you were to consume a collagen drink. This would get broken down by stomach acid and the amino acids would then be used by the body to make healthy tissue. What you may ask therefore, is the benefit of buying and consuming these expensive collagen drinks? None whatsoever. You may as well eat a lean piece of chicken or fish.

Dermatologists have been quick to label this as a scam and have been inclined to agree.

Dr. Peter A Aldea, Mephis Plastic Surgeon says, “This IS a scam. Collagen is just another protein chain which when eaten is digested by the stomach acids and the upper small bowel into its particular amino acid subunits. As long as the source of protein is high in amino acids (instead of fat etc), any one source of eaten protein is not better than another. Don’t waste your money.”

Dermatologist Dr Sam Bunting agrees, “I just haven’t seen any evidence that explains why taking collagen orally should improve the quantity of collagen in your skin, the collagen in a drink is broken down in your stomach. There’s no direct channel to the skin.”

Visit the Boots website however and you will see testimonials from women who are only too happy to sing its praises. One lady says,

I have never taken oral beauty supplements for my skincare routine until I got my hands on these. I can’t describe the taste although its quite peppery but nothing too unpleasant. I noticed an improvement on my skin. My face felt smoother and softer to the touch. Fine lines were less visible. Overall I am quite pleased with the results and would recommend anyone who wants an easier skincare routine. It is a little pricey but worth trying for the results.”

The skin rejuvenation effects of visible improvement in skin tone and texture however, described by the lady above, is most likely down to the vitamin C and E which have been added to the drinks. These vitamins which are well known for having a beneficial effect on the skin also have moisturising and hydrating properties. The answer? Save your money and spend it on good food and invest in some good quality supplements. The best drink for your skin in our opinion? Water! It’s practically free and in abundance – at least in this country. So make the most of it.

Collagen however is only part of the whole picture when it comes to skin rejuvenation. We often get asked ‘what is skin rejuvenation’. People often think we are putting ‘youth’ back in to the skin. In fact the laser treatments we offer are simply taking away the things that age us, like sun damage,  thread veins, pigmentation and lines and wrinkles. We even out skin tone by removing sunspots and  performing thread vein removal treatments so that skin appears more even in tone and texture.

If you would like a free skin assessment, book in for our free Skin Rejuvenation consultation by calling 01202 29 69 69.

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Should my skincare routine change in winter? Here are the answers to the most common winter skincare questions.

What kind of moisturiser should I use during the winter?

At my Bournemouth laser clinic, I often get asked by clients whether their skincare routine should change during the winter months. This is a very good question but the answer will not be the same for everyone as this will very much depend on your skin type.

Generally speaking if you are either a normal, dry or combination skin type, it is advisable to invest in a heavier duty moisturiser which is better suited to harsher weather conditions. Water evaporation from our skins due to the cold and wind during the winter months (not to mention our central heating) means our skins can become dry and flakey. Our skincare routine therefore need not change dramatically, but should be tweaked and adjusted according to our environment. Clients at Laser Skin Solutions, Bournemouth using the Jan Marini Transformation Serum, will simply use the cream version of the same product. It provides exactly the same hydrating and rejuvenating ingredients but comes in a heavier-duty cream form which is ideal for winter.

If you have very greasy skin however, it will not be necessary to switch to a cream. Our skin does a pretty good job of hydrating itself unless you have particularly dry skin that is. In most cases, skin just needs a little helping hand to deal with the onslaught of changing environmental conditions like central heating, air-conditioning and harsh weather conditions.

Is it really necessary to use a night cream?

We often get asked this at our Bournemouth laser clinic. In mainstream cosmetic brands found in places like Boots or Superdrug, the main difference between most day and night creams of the same brand is that the night cream does not contain sunscreen. Clearly this is not required at night. However if like the Jan Marini skincare system (which we recommend at our Bournemouth laser clinic) your skincare system has a separate sunscreen altogether, then we would recommend you use the same moisturiser at night as you would during the day. The most important thing is that you use something to hydrate the skin at night whilst sleeping.

Why do I need to wear sunscreen during the winter?

UVA is the same strength all year round regardless of where we are in relation to the sun. Unlike UVB which gives you a tan, UVA goes deep into the dermis layer of the skin, eats your collagen giving you lines and wrinkles and can even cause skin cancer. As we often tell our clients at our Bournemouth laser clinic, think of UVB for Burn, and UVA for Age. UVA is the ageing ray and so we strongly advise all clients at Laser Skin Solutions to wear their SPF30 sunscreen all year round. Around 90% of all the environmental ageing on our faces occurs between the months of September and May and not during not the summer months as is commonly believed. Sunscreen will definitely help prevent the formation of thread veins, pigmentation and sunspots, as well as lines and wrinkles. In harsher weather conditions when skin can become dry and flakey, having a course of glycolic peels will really brighten up your skin, clearing away the dull debris that can make our skins look a little lifeless. It will allow your products to sink in and work that much harder for you.

For your FREE Skin MOT, book in for a skin consultation today by calling Laser Skin Solutions on 01202 29 69 69 or contact us via our web form.

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