Do you know how to feed your collagen production?
Here at Mikel Kristi we know a thing or two about what is needed to build, repair , and enhance collagen production on all levels. We believe in a multi faceted approach to looking and feeling our best.
Lucky for us, there is one property that enhances collagen production at an amazing rate. When applied topically and taken internally, this vitamin helps to restructure the protein matrix that keeps your skin healthy, boyant, and resilient. That property is none other than Vitamin C.
We know… Vitamin C doesn’t have the same alluring title as some of the newest anti-aging headliners, but make no mistake, it's a repairative powerhouse when it comes to protecting your skin from more advanced signs of aging. Specifically, when it comes to helping correct and inhibit brown spots and splotches due to unprotected sun exposure, as well as increasing the skin and body’s ability to create collagen.
NOT ALL VITAMIN C IS CREATED EQUAL!
Here are a few of the finer highlights when using this potent anti-ager in your daily routine.
Starting your day with a healthy dose of Vitamin C inside the body and out is one of the best ways to protect your cells, regenerate your collagen production, and ensure vibrant healthy skin on every level. Our C Radiance Moisturizer, and our reformulated, soon-to-be-released Vital C Repair Serum have you covered with the most powerful and absorbable form of topical Vitamin C on the market. Apply daily and you can rest assured that your skin is getting the nutrition, revitalization, and protection it needs!
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Does Skin Type Matter?
In reality, everyone’s skin has the same anatomy, and therefore the same basic needs to keep skin young and healthy. So, knowing your skin type (oily, dry, or combination) really doesn’t matter when choosing skincare… as long as you meet these needs.
Any skincare product regimen should address these 3 basic needs:
We all want healthy, radiant, youthful skin. Many of us buy excessive amounts of skincare products looking for the magic, only to become disappointed when they don’t see the results we crave. I’ve been there myself and really it was that dissatisfaction with my own skin that led me into the field of cosmetic dermatology and aesthetics. I was a product whore in my late 20’s and yet my skin was still dry, dull, and discolored. The final straw was when wrinkles started appearing at age 30. What was I doing wrong? I had talked to a dermatologist, I had read every article in beauty magazines that I could, and I tried every over the counter product I could get my hands on, yet nothing seemed to give me the results I wanted. I did not understand the issue until I started my career in cosmetic dermatology.