Actors and models have discovered the secret to lessen skin damage from harsh lights and hours of wearing heavy makeup: Protect your skin when wearing makeup with a fortifying copper peptide makeup base.
STEP 1: Select a copper peptide based on your skin type. Dry skin types should use creams / Oily-to-combination skin types can use copper peptide serums.
STEP 2: Select an advanced method to boost visible results and skin recovery post-makeup sessions.
STEP 3: Enhance with a moisturizer or DMAE.
TIP! Always remove (or at least loosen up) makeup with a biological oil.
Use these oils to gently remove make up.
SELECT YOUR COPPER PEPTIDE:
Apply a light layer in the morning.
*Disclaimer: This statement is not a guarantee of results. Results may vary. Testimonials found on this site are only examples of what some of our clients have reported. We cannot guarantee similar results as every situation is different.
I am a fashion model currently working in New York City. I have also booked the cover of Moda Magazine. As a fashion model in the most competitive market of New York, I MUST look my best. This means having the best skin possible. I have been using CP Serum for nine months now. I use this in combination with Dr, Perricone's products. I can honestly say that I am told by the most prominent people in the industry that my skin looks flawless!!!! I recently found out about 2 new products at Skin Biology. These products are, SUPER CP SERUM and SUPER COP. Since my skin has become very used to the regular CP Serum, I decided to try both new products.
All I can say is WOW!!!!! In only two weeks I already see how incredible these two new formulations are. I myself would not recommend using them until your skin has been accustomed to the Regular CP Serum for many months. I do use these two new formulas in combination with the Regular CP Serum and Dr. Perricone's products. My skin has NO fine lines and the color and firmness are AMAZING! I thank Dr. Pickart for his commitment.
Quinn in New York
Do models and actors really face challenges to maintaining their skin in the best condition as possible? Perhaps no other occupation requires quite the same dedication to upholding one's appearance (in body as well as facial skin) as do these two fields. What can a model or actor do to keep the harsh effects of stage lights, constant changing of makeup with skin-drying makeup removers, and the high stress level of this profession from taking its toll on the skin by actually aging it more quickly than it ever should? Find out more about the best celebrity skin care products that really work by reading below and exploring Skin Biology web sites and the products we've compiled to be able to help all who are seriously concerned with maintaining their skin in the best condition possible.
Models and Actors especially need to be concerned about these issues as their skin is constantly under scrutiny, not only by the magnifying mirror in the privacy of their own bathroom, but by the millions of people that see them on screen or up close. Celebrity skin care therefore is very important in the world in which we live.
Lights used in the industry cause damage to become more apparent. Model skin faces the challenge of frequent applications of makeup and drying makeup removers which can quickly become the source of serious skin problems. And the pressure put upon models and actors in this industry to keep their skin blemish-free and young is well documented.
But the most damaging to your skin is the constant applications and removal of makeup. Both makeup (with its colored salts and chemical dyes) and makeup removers (which remove the protective acid mantle) are harsh on skin. Makeup is often quickly applied, then completely removed, followed by another color change. Long hours of heavy makeup on the skin then makeup removers used to strip this away. Whether this is done continuously throughout the day for photo shoot changes, scene changes and touch ups, or whether it is required that they use makeup on a frequent (nearly daily) basis, it may be to their advantage to look into different methods to protect their skin through this rigorous process. See products below.
Repeatedly applied and removed makeup makes your skin more susceptible to the development of skin damage, warts, moles, sun damage, and skin lesions. Many models and actresses/actors have an accelerated skin aging and excessive formation of unsightly skin lesions. It is essential therefore to learn how to protect your skin after makeup sessions and how to remove any skin lesions that may be developing.
Use Only Biological Healing Oils to Remove Makeup
One of the best model beauty secrets for gorgeous supermodel skin is removing makeup with biological healing oils, a great improvement over harsh chemical makeup removers that seem to dry out the skin. Oils such as Emu Oil-S or Squalane can be used to remove eye makeup. Either one of these can be applied lightly to the area, rub gently removing even water-resistant makeup, then wash thoroughly with warm water. By removing eye makeup in this manner the skin is afforded the lipid replenishers that it needs.
Dr. Pickart's Face & Body Cleanser can also be used after makeup is removed. Since many soaps and cleansers not only remove surface dirt and oils, but actually damage the skin by destroying its natural protective acid mantle, a gentler yet effective cleanser is needed to keep your skin looking its best.
Diminish Damage Before It Becomes Apparent
Are you noticing a difference in how your skin looks and feels? If you are noticing spots, lesions, or moles appearance more on your skin you may be surprised to hear that damage to your skin may be able to be easily repaired.
Hydroxy acids work very well to remove dead skin cells and damaged skin proteins dissolving damage that has become apparent on your skin. For removing these spots exfoliate with hydroxy acids of LacSal Cream, LacSal Serum, Lactic Power 10, Exfol Cream, or Exfol Serum. These products contain hydroxy acids and are lightly applied to the face or skin area and left on without being washed off (many choose to apply hydroxy acid exfoliators in the evening).
Generally serums work best for combination to oily skin and creams for drier skin areas.
Copper peptides or (originally discovered in the field of wound healing by biochemist Dr. Loren Pickart) are now helping many naturally achieve the younger looking skin they've always desired. The new breakdown-resistant products from Skin Biology give a longer acting effect. Because of their exceptional stability, they can additionally be used with hydroxy acids.
Through the age-defying complexes of our formulations, now anyone can enjoy blemish-free younger looking skin with the protective/restorative properties of Copper-Peptides. The "glow" of healthy remodeled skin that many have reported can now be yours!
If you have very sensitive skin, always start with our mildest copper peptide: Super GHK-Copper Cream.
BioHeal can be used once or twice daily during outbreaks.
If you have combination-to-oily skin type use the serum/liquid oil-free versions of our products. If you have normal-to-dry skin type use the creams. If you are using the products as spot treatments only: use the cream versions, once or twice a day regularly.
Typical results take approximately 4-6 weeks of consistent use.
Contact a Skin Biology representative at 1 800 405 1912 for further help.