Sensitive skin following cosmetic procedures can put anyone’s lifestyle on hold while healing.
However, post-surgical evidence can be lessened and camouflaged by using Oxygenetix gentle, soothing cover up foundation.
What is it?
Oxygenetix Moisturiser and Foundations are breathable, oxygen-enriched products that speeds up the body ’s cell production of collagen and elastin. This causes a quicker healing process for post-surgical patients, or anyone that has had medical aesthetic treatments.
The Oxygenetix Moisturiser and Foundations are ultra soothing, due to the key ingredients Ceravitae and Aloe Vera – which are gentle enough to be used on severe burns, scars and wounds.
How does it work?
Ceravitae, a super charged oxygen complex, introduces oxygen into the skin cells – thus speeding up the production of collagen and elastin. Meanwhile, Aloe Vera and Tocopherols have been used world-over as organic wound remedies for centuries. These incredible ingredients have given this foundation its soothing reputation.
Regular cover-ups contain water, which ultimately attracts bacteria and oils that can irritate already delicate skin – whereas Oxygenetix is the only foundation that allows vital oxygen, acting like ‘aerobics’ for the skin.
The physical UVA and UVB sunscreens (SPF25) also help to protect the skin, without the irritation caused by non-breathable chemical sunscreens that are so often used.
Uses in Aesthetics
Since it can be used safely after a variety of post-procedural skin treatments such as Laser Hair Removal, Laser and Chemical Peels, Rhinoplasty, Acne/ Rosacea treatments, burns, facial surgeries and more, Oxygenating Foundation is taking the aesthetic industry by storm.
Furthermore, it is transfer and water resistant, which allows it to stay on for hours… even in humid environments. Its oxygen-enriched and natural components make it virtually a second skin.
Also, despite the fact that Oxygenating Foundation was initially formulated for post-procedural patients, the continued use of the product still assists skin cells in their uptake of oxygen, which results in firm, smooth skin. This is why it is in high demand with celebrities – as well as those in the know.
Another important note is the special Blue and Yellow Base colour matching system. This works with specific skin tones to reduce or eliminate redness and excess pigment. The variety of colours caters even for the darkest skins found in South Africa, without any ‘ashy’ residue.
So, for those who want the benefits of a great cover (but not the colour), there is Oxygenetix Moisturiser. It has all of the skin rejuvenating benefits of the make-up – yet without the pigment. It can be used for all the same soothing and pro-healing benefits as the foundation.
For stockist info, get in touch with the South African Distributors of Oxygenetix, Conquest Surgical www.conquest.co.za/Oxygenetix
Also get in touch with Sonette Donker from Skin iD in Sandton for more info and skin treatments www.skinid.co.za
This article was written by Sonette Donker exclusively for the A2 Aesthetic & Anti-Ageing Magazine Summer 2014 Edition (Issue 12).
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