New book reveals how to achieve beautiful skin for a lifetime
04 Sep 2015

Vitamin A Skin Science – a scientific guide to healthy skin - is the new in-depth book that reveals the essential ingredients and care techniques that will really keep our skin radiant and youthful at any age. It doesn’t stop at revealing the benefits and myths about vitamin A, it’s packed with a multitude of topics that information-hungry beauty addicts will want to explore.

Written by Dr Des Fernandes, founder of Environ Skin Care, and Dr Ernst Eiselen, experts in advanced vitamin skin care therapy, the book arms savvy skincare consumers and professionals alike with the facts about what really works when it comes to solving common skin concerns – from pigmentation and breakouts to lines and wrinkles.

Vitamin A Skin Science represents the combined knowledge of two dedicated and experienced medical practitioners whose firm belief in the beneficial properties of vitamin A and other antioxidants for the skin has led them to want to share this vital information with the world.

The book contains the very latest skincare wisdom and is the result of many years of intensive research in both the laboratory and private practice. It lays out, in words, illustrations and photos, how certain humble, but critical substances can repair the skin, strengthen it and boost its immunity to disease.

It highlights Dr Fernandes’ fascinating personal experience of using other important molecules for protection and rejuvenation in the face of the sun and other environmental factors.

The guide also explains how, when skin care creams are not enough, professional facial treatments make a significant difference.

The book is available now - priced £29.95. Visit www.iiaa.eu to buy or for Environ stockists.

 

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