You deserve to look and feel your best and here at Rejuven we will help you succeed.
Dedicated to enhancing the health and appearance of your skin through products that nurture, cutting edge treatment systems which truly deliver visible and corrective results, and all without the need for surgery or invasive procedures. Additionally, our wellbeing therapies will make you feel as good as you look.
Your professional therapist will deliver a tailored plan selecting the best treatments and products to keep you looking and feeling wonderful.
Would you like to apply your make-up like a pro? We offer Jane Iredale Makeup Lessons to teach you how.
Around 80% of adolescents in the UK suffer with acne and three out of five say it affects their self-confidence, according to new research by The British Skin Foundation.
Of the 10 to 18-year-olds surveyed by the charity, 62% reported being verbally abused by friends, family or a person they know because of their acne and 40% by a member of the public, with a further 46% bullied regularly because of their skin condition.
Worryingly, 19% of adolescents have contemplated suicide due to their acne, with another 4% actually attempting suicide, and 19% have considered self-harm, while a further 16% …
Winter to Spring. The change of seasons can play havoc with our skin, here are some top tips to make sure the seasonal transition doesn’t have a negative effect on your skin.
Always Use An SPF
Always ensure that your day cream has an SPF, to give yourself some protection against UVA and UVB rays as the sun gathers strength. We often forget how strong the sun can be at this time of year and a SPF is essential to protect skin against sun damage and premature ageing. Remember that it’s UVA rays that are present all year and they are …
You may have recently seen the negative news about Mica in makeup and wondered what it is and whether it is found in our Jane Iredale range.
What is Mica?
Mica is a mineral used extensively in lots of industries from medical, electronics and makeup. The word mica is derived from the Latin word mica, meaning a crumb, and probably influenced by micare, meaning ‘to glitter’.
Yes, Mica is the ingredient in your makeup that makes it shine or glitter. It adds a sparkle to eye shadow, make-up, nail varnish and much more.
Why the negative media coverage?
ITV News …
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