How Health is becoming the Centrepiece for Beauty
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How Health is becoming the Centrepiece for Beauty

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It is no secret that health and beauty go hand in hand, one cannot exist without the other. Health typically results in beauty and beauty habits can improve one’s overall health. As we discover more and more ways to improve our health, we also come up with new ways to incorporate this knowledge in our beauty treatments and regimes.


The focus on skin health is well founded. Aside from being the largest organ in our body, the skin functions to protect our internal organs from external threats like UV rays, pollutants and microorganisms. While a flawless complexion is desirable in terms of external beauty, it is also integral in maintaining a strong barrier between your skin and the outside world.


The stronger the structure of your skin, the less microorganisms can penetrate the skin resulting in fewer breakouts and sensitivity. Each client has individual needs when it comes to their skin health. The first step in developing a skincare treatment plan is identifying these needs. The ‘Soft Skin Plus’ allows clinicians to measure the skins level of hydration, elasticity, sebum, melanin and PH levels. Essential for any initial consultation and to measure the progress of existing clients, the ‘Soft Skin Plus’ also uses a micro-camera to generate pigmentation mapping and 3D analysis of wrinkles.


Skincare is where the convergence of health and beauty is especially evident. The most effective skincare utilises our existing knowledge of vitamins and minerals to improve the appearance and overall health of our skin. To elevate treatment and product results, enhancing skin adsorption is essential. UMA’s ‘Elixirsonic’ works by combining exfoliation and sonophoresis capabilities to further your client’s adsorption capacity. Ideal for clients that are after quick results or that are struggling to get the most out of their skincare.


While the market continues to widen when it comes to skincare, it’s important to make sure you are complimenting the treatments you do with tried and tested products. UMA has formulated a skincare range that is made to optimise skin treatments and home regimes.

‘Elixirderm’ has the highest concentrations of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Niacin and Hyaluronic Acid on the market. It is a cosmeceutical transdermal range, with the highest concentration of ingredients allowed for a cosmeceutical brand, before it becomes a medication.


Elixirderm is a liposomatic skincare range that works to remedy an assortment of skin conditions such as dehydrated skin, aging, rosacea, acne rosacea, hyperpigmentation and more. Used in conjunction with treatment services or on its own, Elixirderm is at the forefront of cosmeceutical transdermal expertise. If skin health is a priority for you and your clients, then contact us for further information on how to integrate Elixirderm into your business.

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