We are happy and proud to announce that the Swiss Clinic Skin Roller was awarded the Best DIY Buy at The Telegraph’s Stella Smart Beauty Awards 2018. The Award celebrates the best of the beauty industry and targets a skincare conscious and beauty interested audience. The votes were cast in August, and the Telegraph readers were invited to vote for their all-time favorite beauty products.
The science behind microneedling is grounded in the skin’s natural healing process, which is triggered whenever the skin encounters a physical trauma, such as a cut or an open wound.
Microneedling allows the stimulation of this natural process in a controlled manner, by creating thousands of micro-injuries in the skin. As a result, the collages production is enhanced, which results in plumper, firmer and smoother, younger looking skin.
Madeleine is a 23-year-old beauty interested student from Östersund, Sweden, and a loyal Swiss Clinic customer. She started getting rashes on her cheeks in 2012 and they kept getting worse over time. She eventually received a referral to go see a doctor, but never really saw any improvement.
Here are 5 quick skin care tips on my favourite products, that I use to keep my skin fresh and hydrated when the seasons change.
When we leave the summer and the heat behind us and prepare for the autumn, our skin is in need of some extra care. In other words, it is time to take a look at our skin care routines. Many people experience imbalances in their skin as the seasons change. This can present itself in many ways, including abnormally dry or oily skin, as well as impurities and blemishes.
Winter is the season usually known for drying out your skin the most. But you should not underestimate the dehydrating effects of your favourite summer activities. We have listed a few examples below.
Self-proclaimed skin care addict Oskar tells us about the benefits of serums. He explains why and how they work (they have tiny molecules and are ultra- potent).
Depending on your skin type and specific concerns, you may choose skin care products suitable for acne-prone, dry, oily, or sensitive skin. What you need to keep in mind, is that unless a product has the ingredients to fulfil its promises, it’s useless.
Marika Axén is 38 years old and runs the popular Swedish blog “Inredningsfrun” where she writes about interior design and lifestyle tips.
A while back, we met up with Dr Ana Barragan, Non-Surgical Senior Aesthetic Doctor to talk about trends in clinical treatments. During that discussion, she talked to us about the benefits of at-home microneedling; Both as a complement to different clinical procedures, and as a natural part of a skin care routine.
"Together, we can offer a holistic approach to skin care - encompassing both medical and aesthetic aspects"
A little while back, a loyal customer spontaneously declared her love for our at-home treatments on social media. We were, of course, overjoyed. We decided that we wanted to get to know her better, so we reached out to her.
Meet Isabelle - one of the dedicated, energetic members of staff at the Swiss Clinic head office in Stockholm. With a genuine passion for health and skin care, Isabelle feels she has found her dream job, as it combines e-commerce with products and treatments geared at solving skin concerns.
Naturally long, dense, healthy lashes is something many dream of, but few are born with. Thankfully, there is a way to help Mother Nature along. Lisa Anckarman is one of the many women, who has trialled the Swiss Clinic Eyelash Enhancer Serum. She saw a difference in just 10 days, and is keen to recommend others to try it! “It really is one of my absolutely best beauty tips, I noticed a difference in just two weeks.”
Our hands; the second most visible parts of our bodies, and typically the first to show signs of ageing. Hand on your heart, are you giving your hands enough consideration and care?
Long or short, wild and wavy, or poker-straight, your hair will benefit from some love and attention
Many of us worry when we see the amount of hair that’s left in our brushes or combs after grooming. Or that clump of hair in the shower drain (ugh). Though it may seem a lot, it’s usually not as big a problem as you might think.
Four out of five adults have a smartphone*. This means that we can stay connected to others, access browsers and email more or less wherever we are, allowing us to multi-task on an unprecedented level. Whilst practical, this also means we are very rarely completely relaxed or take time out to regroup.
Having worked with celebrities ranging from Rita Ora to Salma Hayek, clients including Manolo Blahnik and the Brit Awards, Danny Defreitas understands anything worth knowing when it comes to hair and make-up.
Whilst ritual and non-ritual scarring practices are popular in some cultures and subcultures around the world, the majority of us would rather be without visible scars on our skin. Below is a quick guide to help you understand and treat scars.
As we age, our appearance changes. This is not necessarily a bad thing, fine lines can add character to a face, and crows’ feet can represent a life spent laughing.
Most of us have heard that in order to have healthy-looking skin, it needs to be hydrated. And hydration is achieved with water, right? Well, yes and no. We are told that we can hydrate our bodies by guzzling water, but after swimming or showering, the skin can feel dry and rough. Why?
They say you shouldn’t have favourites, and we don’t really, but can’t help being a little bit extra proud of our little super star; The Skin Renewal treatment.
What if you went and developed a range of skin care based on a combination of 1 or 2 hyaluronic acids and 1 or 2 peptides?