Here’s how you can reboot your skin post-lockdown
Coming out of lockdown and with mask wearing becoming the daily norm, it’s no wonder more and more people are noticing more frequent outbreaks as skin becomes oilier and pores become more clogged.
According to Dr Low Chai Ling, founder and director of SW1 Clinic, these are common problems as skin occluded by masks can be more prone to comedones and acne. Perspiration is unable to evaporate off effectively, so skin may stay damp and oily all day long.
But you don’t have to put up with bad skin and hide behind your mask. Now with aesthetic clinics and spas open for business in #phase2, you can give your skin a reboot with some of these treatments.
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If your skin problems are stubborn and persistent, consider the much-loved Purity Program that combines the prowess of Vbeam laser to reduce redness and sebum production and BBL Forever Clear to help clear acne and post-outbreak marks. This is a great way to clear up acne effectively without having to rely on oral medications.
Deep Deep Clean Facial
Skin detox facials like Deep Deep Clean is a popular option for a session of deep cleaning of your skin and pores. Combining microdermabrasion with a fruit acid wash and 5-10 minutes of ultrasonic deep pore purging, it’s no wonder many who have tried this facial comment on how clean and clear their skin feels after.
Clear Blue Facial
Another facial to combat acne prone skin is the Clear Blue facial to keep complexions clear and problem-free. Not only does this facial clear away dirt and debris, Blue Light Therapy is part of this treatment to fight bacteria and shrink pores, complete with a soothing and calming Acne Collagen Mask.
In the meantime, you can also carry around a facial mist such as Clear Tonic, an anti-acne, pore minimising and skin refreshing mist. Constant misting of the skin can help soothe and clarify your skin besides offering skin a quick refreshment throughout the day.