Archive for September, 2010

How can I combat the redness caused by my acne?

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

One of our bloggers wrote in, “How can I combat the redness caused by my acne?”  Abella has a 1% hydrocortisone gel called CortiGel to soothe and calm any irritation on the skin. Ideal for use during the post procedure healing process, for acne, rashes and pseudo folliculitis.

Can be safely used immediately after microdermabrasion, hair removal laser, non-ablative lasers and high strength peels.

product available for purchase at www.dermstore.com and www.amazon.com .

How can topical Vitamin C help my skin?

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Antioxidants like topical Vitamin C are great for protecting against daily aggressors, such as sun, pollution, smoke, and stress. These aggressors trigger a chain reaction of oxidation and inflammation that leads to the breakdown of human tissue. The damage eventually turns into visible signs such as wrinkles, redness, sagging, hyperpigmentation and a change in skin tone and texture. Topical Vitamin C will help combat these effects by stimulating collagen.

Remember that the skin is the largest organ in the body, so why not apply topically (onto the skin)? Abella’s Cellution C packs a powerful punch of Vitamin C to rejuvenate your skin and fight the signs of aging with each application.

Great for Men and Women!

How to use:  A drop of Cellution C onto your finger tip. Apply to face, neck and chest.  Allow to penetrate into skin before applying any other product(s).  Men: Apply after shaving.

Our customer feedback shows they like to put a drop of the Cellution C into their hand with Abella’s Facial Moisturizer for daily use.

Tip: If you want to change the consistency of the product to be thinner   just wet your hands before the application process (stated above) since ascorbic acid is water soluble.

Products available for purchase at www.skinstore.com, www.dermstore.com, www.skinelite.com & www.amazon.com