Sunday, August 31, 2014

Seasonal Super Fruits Full of Antioxidants!

Each season brings new ingredients for seasonal treatments and the fruits of the fall are full of skin loving antioxidants! Antioxidants helps prevent skin damage like wrinkles, fine lines, and redness caused by environmental factors like UV rays and pollution. Antioxidants are super important in skincare for preventing damage and slowing the signs of aging. These fall super fruits include pomegranate, pumpkin, and cranberry. Each bringing its own unique benefits to your skin care services:

Pomegranate:
Pomegranate will help the skin defend itself against free radicals that cause premature aging due to an antioxidant called punicic acid. Pomegranate seed oil is the only known plant-based source of Omega 5 essential fatty acid and has the ability to soothe, protect, and moisturize dry, cracked, and irritated skin, as well as to improve skin elasticity and promote cellular rejuvenation. Omega 5 highly compatible with the dermis due to its small molecular size, meaning it is absorbed almost instantaneously. Pomegranate facials are perfect for your clients with very dry skin.

Pumpkin:
Pumpkin is a rich source of nutrients and antioxidants and is a great source of anti-aging vitamin A. It is also a great chemical exfoliant because the enzymes in pumpkins dissolve dead skin cells. Pumpkin facial treatments will give your clients a healthy glow all throughout the fall and winter months! Pumpkin will nourish dry and tired skin instantly, as well as soothe and protect the skin. Pumpkin peels are also great for clients with acne and acne related damage.

Cranberry:
Cranberries are a type of acidic berry that are rich in vitamin C. These berries are a powerful antioxidant and natural antiseptic with an anti-inflammatory effect. Cranberries bring a ton of benefits to skincare due to the anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, and the ability to enhance cell turnover. Facial treatments with cranberries are great for treating acne, slowing down aging and building collagen and moisture in the skin.

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