Dull / Aging Skin.
For surface whitening, brightening, lifting and pigmentation.

The cellular layer of the epidermis determines health and clarity of our skin. As we age, the skin is subjected to free radical attack, a loss of collagen and hyaluronic acid. This often leaves our skin looking tired, increased pigment formation, and a loss in volume and firmness.


What affects aging skin?

Naturally observed aging process

Natural aging processes

The natural process our skin goes through begins in the mid-20’s with decreases in collagen and elastin production. Cell turnover rate slows, decrease of hair follicles and sebaceous glands.

Poor diets lacking in nutrition

The consumption in foods rich in sugar, salts and fats is detrimental in that it weakens collagen and shows quicker signs of aging, therefore it is critical to consume a diet rich in fibres like fruits and vegetables together with beans.

Exposure to sunlight

UV rays penetrate the epidermis and cause the skin to become saggy as elastin fibres are damaged from free radicals.

Alcohol consumption

Alcohol dehydrates the skin and deprives it of vital nutrients like Vitamin A required for cell renewal. Constant dehydration will cause wrinkle formation and even pigmentation if such unhealthy habits are to persist.

How to keep your skin young?
Skin Refinery System (SRS)

SRS are our professional facials that target the effects of aging skin. SRS facials are rich in collagen, stem cells and hyaluronic acid to help restore and rebuild lost collagen. Combining technology like Tripolar RF, Fractional RF and MicroNeedling to heal and stimulate new collagen formation. In addition, traditional cupping with meridian point stimulation enhances lymphatic circulation for a lifting effect.

Learn more about Skin Refinery System

Pro Tip: “Anti-aging facials should begin in the 20’s to keep skin strong, healthy and more resistant to the toxic effects of intrinsic aging. Your aesthetician will help you choose the facial that targets your skin concerns, and also works with your skin’s sensitivity level on the day of treatment.” – Teresa Stenzel, Bioelements Director of Education