Facial Services By Appointment Only - 803 747-2255
Good skincare is not a luxury, it's a long term investment to healthy skin.
A Younger You Skin Care specializes in customized facial skin care. We offer deep pore cleansing, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, acne and hyperpigmentation treatments.
A Younger You is a certified provider of Skin Classic to treat minor irregularities , such as sebaceous hyperplasia, broken capillaries, cherry angiomas, milia, keratosis, fibromas, blackheads, Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra (DPN) skin tags, hyperpigmentation, and acne pimples.
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a common skin condition. Eczema is the name for a group of conditions that cause the skin to become red, itchy and inflamed. It’s a general term for dermatitis, which simply means inflammation of the skin. It is not contagious. You can’t “catch it” from someone else.
It may appear as itchy red patch, sometimes, you may have other skin changes along with eczema, such as small raised bumps or hives. It affects men and women equally
You can have eczema can anywhere on your body, but it’s frequently seen:
For many people, the itch is usually only mild, or moderate. But in some cases it can become more severe and you might develop very inflamed skin. At times the itch gets so bad that people scratch it until it bleeds, which can make your eczema worse. This is called the “itch-scratch cycle.”
The kind of eczema you have and what triggers it, is the best starting point to treating and managing it.
According to the National Eczema Association, “It is possible to have more than one type of eczema on your body at the same time. Each form of eczema has its own set of triggers and treatment requirements”.
The seven different types of eczema are:
A Dermatologist can help identify which type or types of eczema you may have and how to treat and prevent flare-ups.
Possible causes of eczema are:
Prepare your skin for harsh transitioning weather conditions by preemptively focusing on protecting your skin NMF barrier.
Avoid ingredients that may further irritate and compromise your skin barrier like alcohols, fragrances and harsh soaps. Itchiness is caused by inflammation and irritation, so choose products and ingredients that are calming and anti-inflammatory.Focus on ingredients that soothe inflammation and repair your skin like ceramides, fatty acids and plant oils.
Look for topical ingredients to nourish and hydrate the skin with anti-inflammatory properties. Such as:
Linoleic (omega 6 and Oleic acids (omega 9) - supportive essential fatty acids that promote healing and provide lipids that are very close to the skin’s own natural lipids. Soothes discomfort and dryness while increasing hydration in the epidermis.
Arnica montana - Anti-inflammatory and heals, it soothes chapped skin and eczema and also speeds healing.
Ceramides - They help to form the skin's barrier and help skin retain moisture. They are lipids, making up to 50% of the skin barrier.
Hyaluronic acid - Hydrates, and prevents trans-epidermal water loss in the NMF.
Niacinamide - Reduces redness from eczema by strengthening the skin’s natural barrier.
Eating anti-inflammatory foods may help lessen or reduce eczema symptoms, because some foods contain properties that have been know to decrease eczema flare-ups. It’s important to know your body and which foods work best for your individual needs.
Fatty fish and healthy fats
Eat fatty fish, such as salmon and herring. Fish oil contains high levels of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Avocados have high levels of oleic acid.Walnuts are high in alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 essential fatty acid,
Foods containing quercetin
Quercetin is a plant-based flavonoid. It helps to give many flowers, fruits, and vegetables their rich color. It’s also a powerful antioxidant and antihistamine. This means it can reduce inflammation as well as levels of histamine in your body.
Foods high in quercetin include:
Such as yogurt. Yogurt contain live cultures that help support a strong immune system. May help reduce flare-ups or allergic reactions.
Probiotic-rich foods include:
naturally fermented pickles
soft cheeses, such as Gouda
Many people who have eczema are also diagnosed with food allergies. However, everyone’s body is the same, discovering your personal food trigger is important to minimize issues with allergies and eczema. Not every person will have issues with the foods listed below,common food allergies associated with eczema include:
Eating certain foods doesn’t appear to cause eczema, although it may trigger a flare-up if you already have the condition. Maintaining an eczema-friendly diet is key to overall condition management.
Try to avoid or limit these foods as much as possible.
A Younger You Skin Care in Aiken, SC, has offers customized facials for all skin types for over 15 years. All facials are designed to bring your skin back to a healthy youthful state. Facial treatments are given by a licensed esthetician who has experience working aging skin concerns that affects both men and women. As well as problems associated with ethnic skin, like uneven skin and dark spots.
What makes A Younger You Skin Care unique? You receive your facial treatment in a private, relaxing studio, listening to serene spa music, enjoying the scented aromatherapy atmosphere. Most clients will fall asleep during their service. You may be assured, your service will never be rushed or abruptly ended because of time.
-Deep pore cleansing
-Skin Classic treatments for skin irregularities
-Hydrating facials for dry skin
-Acne and blackhead treatments
-LED light therapy
-Skin care consulting
Facial Services By Appointment Only - 803 747-2255
alice p 06/2020
You can be assured that you will get the upmost care and attention when you enter A Younger You! Lois is a professional who strives to give you a wonderful experience with expert results. I am a monthly customer and I look forward to each session. I leave with my skin feeling and looking younger. I highly recommend Lois for anyone looking for an Aesthetician who is knowledgeable and caring!
Holly W. 12/3/2019
I have visited Lois monthly for at least 10 years now and am so thankful that I found her. I'm 67 years old, work full time and am under constant stress. She's a fanatic about skin - constantly researching products, services and mixing it all with lovely relaxation techniques. I feel wonderful when I finish my facial, and I look so much younger. My friends and clients cannot believe my age - wrinkles? age spots? blocked pores? Nope, don't have any of that! Thank you Lois! You're the best!
My experience with Lois has always been excellent. My skin has visibly changed due to the treatments and products. So pleased with the results!
Nashia F. 10/19/2016
I went to A Younger You Skin Care for help for my dry skin. Lois, the skin care specialist went out of her way to help me. I was impressed with her knowledge of skin care. Her recommendation of Rhonda Allison products helped my skin. My skin looks better every day. If you want the best skin care advice, go see Lois at A Younger You Skin Care Center.