Environmentally Damaged Skin

Understanding Environmental Damageenvirodamaged1

Environmentally damaged skin results from a history of overexposure to environmental elements, like the sun and atmospheric pollution. The sun is responsible for up to 80% of all skin ageing concerns.

Treatment of Environmentally Damaged Skin

Lillian's skin care professional will start you on the basic environmentally damaged skin program which prescribes the treatment regime and products for this skin classification. This program is designed for constant renewal of the epidermis by increasing cell regeneration. Optimizing the strength of the dermis and support from the subcutaneous layer. Protection of the skin from harmful elements such as UV-radiation. Controlling and reducing damage caused by free radicals. Helping maintain an environment, which promotes overall skin health.


What you can expect

  • Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
  • A softer, smoother skin
  • Increased radiance and vitality
  • Improved skin firmness and tone
  • Reduction in excessive dryness
  • Improvement in overall skin health