Frequently Asked Questions
Do Dermatologists and skincare professionals recommend Ultraceuticals?
The range is highly recommended by Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists and is a popular in salon choice for many Beauty Therapists and salon owners. The medical staff at Dr Heber’s Clinic have been recommending Ultraceuticals for over 18 years. Ultraceuticals is only available where it may be recommended by a qualified Beauty Therapist or Medical Professional.
Why is Vitamin C important for my skin?
Ascorbic acid (pure Vitamin C) is a potent free radical scavenger helping to reduce the free radical damage caused by UV exposure, pollution, smoking and normal metabolic activity. It also has wound healing properties and when used in conjunction with Vitamin E works synergistically to offer more potent antioxidant effects. When effectively delivered to fibroblast cells in the lower layers of the skin, ascorbic acid can play a vital role in the synthesis of collagen and elastin.
Why is Vitamin A important for my skin?
Under the influence of Vitamin A the metabolic activity of skin cells in increased resulting in less dead skin cell build up. Vitamin A is an excellent ingredient to treat dry skin, fine lines and sun damage by refining the skin’s surface. It will also increase skin moisture levels and leave the skin smoother, softer and younger looking.
What form of Vitamin A does Ultraceuticals use?
Ultraceuticals uses the pure form of Vitamin A, Retinol, reported to have effects within the skin up to 20 times stronger than the more commonly used Retinyl Palmitate. The Ultraceuticals Ultra A range offers different strengths of Retinol to suit all skin conditions and concerns.