As a celebrity cosmetic surgeon and highly experienced dermatologist, I’m forever getting asked what my secrets are.
I created D’Lumiere Esthetique because I believe everybody should have access to quality skin care and anti-aging technology.
Today I’d like to go one step further and share with you what I believe to be the two most important components in our range.
Introducing Alpha Hydroxy Acid and the DNA repair anti-aging enzyme.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid or AHA
Our skin sheds billions of dead skin cells every single day. As we age, the shedding process slows, leaving dead cells to clog up pores, create blemishes and cause your skin to become dry and dull.
AHA is a selection of natural acids derived from a variety of fruits and sugar cane. Together, these acids work to penetrate and exfoliate the upper layers of your skin to reveal that bright, fresh layer of cells hiding beneath.
Made up of molecules that attract and absorb water, AHA’s are viewed as a superior exfoliant for sun damaged skin as they not only exfoliate but have the added benefit of improving the skin’s moisture content.
From dryness to sun damage, AHA can help rehydrate, moisturise, and soften for a more radiant and glowing face.
DNA repair enzyme
DNA repair enzymes occur naturally in the skin to repair sun damage. However, as we age these enzymes shorten, causing brown spots and wrinkles to appear.
Sun damage needs to be at the forefront of our skin concerns due to the harsh Australian climate. Extensive scientific studies show that antioxidants and sunscreen are simply not enough to repair the damage caused by our environment.
So why do plants not age or have sun damage?
It could be because they have an anti aging enzyme which has now been extracted by scientists.
Nobel Prize-winning research has taught us about this ground-breaking DNA damage repair enzyme that can help improve the appearance of skin. Derived from plant extracts that protect and cover the nucleus and cell of the plant, this potent ingredient helps to visibly halt the signs of aging.
Repair enzymes work to protect and help reduce skin damage and aging. These enzymes direct anti-aging therapies at the primary target of sun damage.
You can find the DNA repair enzyme combined with a highly concentrated dose of AHA exclusively in my specially formulated skincare range by D’Lumiere Esthetique.