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The researched effects of AHAs

July 17, 2013 (Wed)  |  By Administrator  |  In Research
Alpha hydroxy acids or AHAs – have been known since Antiquity and they are familiar to those seeking youthful looking skin. Legend has it that Cleopatra bathed in sour milk and Marie Antoinette in champagne, sources of lactic and tartaric acid. The most common AHAs there are:Glycolic acid – from sugar cane

Skinsolutions for 2013!

January 2, 2013 (Wed)  |  By Administrator  |  In Skin Care Tips
We all know the New Year is the time where sometimes we make resolutions that we just can’t stick to. To ensure 2013 gets off to a glowing start we’ve dubbed the top 5  simple Skinsolutions to stick to after the ball drops.

‘Tis the season to live, love, and be pampered!

December 2, 2012 (Sun)  |  By Administrator  |  In About Cellnique Cosmaceutical
‘Tis the season to live, love, and be pampered.  What better way to show your loved ones how much they mean to you than with the gift of beautiful skin?  Cellnique has gathered some of our must-have products and expert kits to help you knock this holiday gift-giving season out-of-the-water.

What’s Collagen Synthesis?

September 21, 2012 (Fri)  |  By Administrator  |  In Research
To many of us the science of skin is quite baffling. However, there are certain medical terms that may seem intimidating but is essential to discern. Not knowing anatomical functions makes us become ignorant and often times, it ends up nothing near to bliss! If the term collagen synthesis triggers your curiosity, read more to learn all about it through a simpler yet useful way.

Understanding Your Skin

September 12, 2012 (Wed)  |  By Administrator  |  In Skin Care Tips
Facts: 1. The skin is the largest organ in our body. 2. There are two (2) main layers of the skin known as epidermis ( superficial )  & dermis ( deep ) which protects our inside organs. 3. New epidermis forms every 25-45 days. 4. The skin loses about 30,000 to 40,000 of dead skin cells from the surface almost every minute, even though you do not see it happening.   5. Dermis is also known as the ‘ Human hide’. It is rich in nerve endings, nerve fibres, blood vessels, and lymphatic vessels.  Now that we know these facts, it is even more important to understand how we should put in the necessary effort to maintain a flawless skin despite the external factors that causes skin damage.