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24 Jan, 2020


2020-01-24T15:32:38+00:00January 24th, 2020|

LED Phototherapy is based on the principle that living cells are able to absorb and are influenced by light and the treatment has long been recognised for its regenerating and anti-inflammatory properties.

While we often associate light exposure with skin ageing and damage, light also has many positive influences on the body. It helps us produce vitamin D and provides energy and serotonin and can also accelerate our skin’s natural repair processes.

7 Sep, 2018

5 Ways to Protect Your Skin from the Autumn and Winter

2018-09-07T23:48:03+00:00September 7th, 2018|

5 Ways to Protect Your Skin from the Autumn and Winter

Throughout winter your skin can experience changes such as dry or cracked skin, eczema flares, itchy skin, exacerbated rosacea and even more acne breakouts. The skin can be just as susceptible to weather shifts as it is to hormone changes or dietary splurges. Consider these five ways to protect your skin this autumn and winter, to keep it looking radiant and healthy.

Try oils… both inside and out

Fish oil and others high in omega-3 essential fatty acids have been shown to help dry itchy skin if taken regularly. You can also eat fresh-caught cold-water fish, like salmon, on a regular basis.

In the beauty industry, the use of oils on the face and body has become more popular, as women are seeing a benefit. Oils such as Argan and Marula oil can improve skin’s hydration. Only a few drops daily are needed, in the morning or before bed.

There are several companies that have jumped on this bandwagon so it’s important to buy only quality oils from a reputable brand. Oils can become rancid very quickly as noted by an unpleasant odour.

Consider daily probiotic use

These microorganisms are typically found in certain dairy foods, and in fermented foods such as kombucha, sauerkraut and kimchi. Or they can be taken in oral supplement form. Probiotics have been shown in research on mice and humans to have beneficial effects on skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, which can occur during the dry weather days of autumn and winter.

Eliminate or reduce dairy products

Research has shown that dairy products can increase inflammation, especially in the skin, increasing the chances of acne breakouts. As the change in weather can make the skin more sensitive all around, cutting out dairy such as cheese, milk and yogurt, may make this transition much smoother. Consider replacing these products with rice, almond or coconut milk, or asking restaurants to hold the cheese on your salad, sandwich or hamburger. This might be especially challenging during the holidays. But if the correlation is there for you and forgoing dairy helps, it may well be worth it.

Drink plenty of fluids

It is also important to hydrate this time of year. Cold weather may not instinctively remind us to drink water like the hot summer days do, but our skin still has a serious need for fluids. So drinking the recommended 2L of water a day will benefit your health and your skin.

The right skin care products

Keeping good care of your skin using the right products is also highly important. During the winter months, you tend to spend more time indoors due to the cold weather. Our homes – particularly nowadays – are what we call ‘hermetically sealed’, this means that the gaps around the windows and doors are sealed and so inside our homes, the environment is, therefore, more anaerobic (less oxygen), aka a greater place for bacteria to breed and so skin conditions (particularly acne) tend to become worse over winter. If you don’t want your acne or rosacea getting worse over the winter months it is key to you use either the Aknicare products or Rosacure products to prevent breakouts and flare ups.

The addition of the cold dry winds don’t help either, these conditions can make your skin become dry and flaky – a key contributor to exacerbating many skin conditions.

Stay prepared! Try our Hydratime® and Nutritime® range. This is a dual system for people with dry, flaky, itchy and oily skin. These products nourish deeply by enhancing the lipid content and smooth the skin by providing the full complement of ceramides and ceramide precursors keeping your skin hydrated.

The Hydratime® and Nutritime® systems also sustain, protect and re-establish the skin’s barrier properties to resist moisture loss by delivering a range of water binding ingredients into the skin. They also provide sun protection using the latest organic pigments. Antioxidant and free radical scavenger activity is provided by special absorbable forms of Vitamin C and Vitamin E which support the natural calming ingredients.

Hydratime® and Nutritime® are supplied as Face and Body creams. Hydratime®is a day cream and Nutritime® is used at night, although some people use either product morning and night.

17 Aug, 2018

Ingrown Hairs fed up have laser hair removal

2018-08-17T20:07:54+00:00August 17th, 2018|

Ingrown Hairs

If you are

  • getting spots, bumps or marks on your face or body from ingrown hairs
  • self-conscious about the spots and marks
  • struggling to cover the area with make up before you leave the house

then contact us for help.

At Garden of Aesthetics, we can help to treat the root cause of ingrown hairs and reduce the appearance of spots or marks that may be left on your skin.

Don’t let ingrown hairs spoil your appearance – or your day!


7 Jun, 2018

2018-06-07T09:59:11+00:00June 7th, 2018|


Time to Get ready for summer

up to 40% OFF all Laser Hair Removal Packages 


full back and shoulders and upper arms £700


full legs, underarms, any Bikini and lip and navel. £800

| FDA approved laser
| Suitable for all skin types
| No more waxing & shaving | Stop Ingrown hairs
| Cost effective

Dermapen (miro needling)  
Face and Neck normally £150 Now only £99

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Valid until 31 aug 2018

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17 Mar, 2018

Hair Removal Laser Hair Removal Uncategorized

2018-03-17T15:38:45+00:00March 17th, 2018|

Hair Removal Laser Hair Removal Uncategorized


Removing Male Facial Hair
17 Mar 2018

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Tired of shaving every day? Of having five o’clock shadow – five minutes after you’ve shaved? Of pesky ingrown hairs, razor burn or failed shaping attempts? Or hair that creeps up high on your face or irritates your neck?

If you think your sentenced to a lifetime of shaving – or more painful still, waxing! – you’ll want to consider laser hair removal for your beard. Is this solution for which you’ve been searching? Let’s find out.

Laser hair removal is a quick process (no need to call off work – unless you want to!). Concentrated laser light is directed at the hair follicles to reduce regrowth. So who can have Laser Hair Removal for the beard?

You want to remove a full beard. Want it gone? Laser hair removal can help you achieve a clean cut look, without the bothersome little razor cuts.
You want to shape your beard. Like a trim, neat appearance? You can tighten up your beard with targeted laser hair removal. For example, if your beard creeps up on your cheeks or bothers you on the neck, you can elect to have that hair removed.
You want a little extra room in your morning routine. Have that second cup of coffee; you’ve saved time not having to shave!
You want a long term solution. Laser Hair Removal provides a long term solution for facial hair reduction.
Schedule a free consultation and patch test today with one of our expert laser practitioners and learn more about laser hair removal for your beard!



17 Mar, 2018


2018-03-17T16:07:04+00:00March 17th, 2018|



March 17, 2018
The world of permanent hair reduction is a complex one, so trying to decide which type of hair removal will work best for you can be tricky. In this blog, we look at the difference between the two technologies to help you on your way to a more effective method of hair removal.


IPL produces a wide spectrum of light that shallowly penetrates the skin. This wide spectrum is diffused and does not target any specific aspect of the hair. The hair absorbs some wavelengths of the light, resulting in heating and disruption of the follicle, while the rest are reflected away. Only some of the energy generated during IPL affects the hairs, making it a less efficient method of hair removal than laser treatment.

It is worth noting that, occasionally, IPL is referred to as IPL Laser treatment. This can be misleading, as the beam produced by IPL is wide-spectrum light and does not involve lasers.


A laser produces a single, concentrated wavelength of light that penetrates deeper into the skin to reach the base of the hair follicle.

The wavelength used in laser treatment has been specifically selected to target the melanin in the hair follicle, unlike IPL, which uses a more scattered approach so only some of the light is absorbed. The narrow beam used in laser treatment is targeted, precise, and effective – all the energy used in the treatment is being utilised for the intended purpose of hair growth reduction/elimination.

If you’re still not sure which technology may be for you visit our website to get more information and download our price-list

**We are offering our Love My Skin readers a extra 5% discount on any of our our Laser Hair Remover promotion packages! Just add LOVE20 at the checkout!**


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