.

Juliette Armand Blog – Scientifically Advanced Skincare Australia

What are the differences between Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic Peels?
Glycolic acid This is the most active and beneficial peel and is made from sugar cane.  Its molecule size is very small,...
Many major skincare brands today boast high concentrations of ingredients such as Retinol and Vitamin C that claim to penetrate to deeper...
Cross Linked Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally-occurring molecule that helps maintain skin structure and is a popular ingredient in many topical cosmetic formulations. This...
What is Acne?
Acne vulgaris is the most common skin disease in industrial nations. It usually begins during puberty, in line with hormone changes, and...
What do we love about autumn?  It is important in this season to change your skincare products to protect your skin to...
The Cause of Sagging Skin
As people grow older, they may find that their skin is not as firm and radiant as it once was. Sagging skin...
The Truth about Acne
Acne is a common problem among teens and even mature adults - and probably responsible for many shed tears and sleepless nights...
The new Age of Anti-Age
If you love learning about ingredients in skincare products, then I have discovered two which are at the forefront of skin technology....
The Top Three Causes of Wrinkles
Today with the active use of social media and television, there is massive emphasis on looking younger!  We live in a baby...
What is Skin Peeling?
Peels are a salon only treatment performed by a trained Beauty Therapist. Simplistic answer is it involves applying a chemical solution to...