AA Cosmetics - Beautiful, Healthy Skin For Life!

May 25, 2017

AA Cosmetics - Beautiful, Healthy Skin For Life!

5 reasons why AA Cosmetics stands out from other skincare brands:

  1. all our cosmetics are 100% tested by people with sensitive and allergy prone skin;
  2. our formulas are developed in co-operation with skin care specialists, like dermatologists and allergists;
  3. we use certified ingredients, carefully selected for sensitive and allergy-prone skin;
  4. we implement the latest technologies and achievements in cosmetology and dermatology to make our products the most efficient and safe for our customers.
  5. we don't test on animals

 What is a skin allergy?

Something touches your skin, and your immune system thinks it's under attack. It overreacts and sends antibodies to help fight the invader, called an allergen. The result is a red, itchy rash where the substance landed.

     

People who have allergies react to things that wouldn't bother most others. Anything from plants like poison ivy to dyes and fragrances found in everyday products might be allergens.

You could also have an allergic reaction to something in the air that settles on your skin, like pollen, chemical sprays, powders, fibers, or cigarette smoke. This is called airborne contact dermatitis, and it mostly happens on your eyelids, head, and neck. It can be hard for doctors to diagnose because it doesn’t look that different from the other type.

Skin allergies can also cause hives and swelling deep in your skin, called angioedema.

 

What Causes Skin Allergies?

It takes at least 10 days to become sensitive to something after your first contact with it. You might even be able to touch something for years before you have an allergic reaction to it.

But once you develop an allergy, you could have a reaction within a few minutes of coming into contact with it. Or it might take a day or two.

The following are the most popular causes of skin allergies:

  1. Nickel, a metal used in jewelry and snaps on jeans, makeup, lotions, soaps, and shampoos
  2. Sunscreens and bug sprays
  3. Medications you put on your skin, like antibiotics or anti-itch cream
  4. Fragrances
  5. Cleaning products
  6. Plants, including poison ivy
  7. Latex, which is used in stretchy things like plastic gloves, elastic in clothing, condoms, and balloons
  8. Chemicals

So in all honesty how does AA Cosmetics work? AA = Anti Allergy. Because it isn't an instant cure....there really isn't one at the moment. So basically when your skin reacts to an allergen it becomes 'damaged' or broken almost like a layer is scrapped away. And what AA Cosmetics does is it heals or repairs this barrier slowly over time. The ingredients are high tech so that they heal the barrier.

The NEW Golden Ceramides range uses a real fancy ass sonophoresis system (I tried explaining this to Em, Otto and Nafeesa but they just go 'blank') but essentially this system allows for deeper penetration into the skin thus healing is quicker. These products have become my night time 'treat' to myself, to my skin and I can honestly say that they not only smell divine but they have improved my skin hugely!

Ingredients are the key to cosmetics. You need to know what is in the stuff you are using especially if you are allergy prone because.....there might be something that actually damages your skin and you need to stop using it. If you have dry skin you should also know exactly what ingredients are in the skincare range you are using.

Makeup versus Skincare? What would your choice be? 

I just want to end off by saying that you can spend tons of money on makeup to cover your skin problems but at the end of the day they won't go away. You need to use a good skincare range that understands your skin....start today because it is never too early. In fact if you use a good skincare you can eliminate the need for makeup! There was a trend where 'stars' felt better WITHOUT makeup, you can watch it here.....admittedly they are advertising another skincare range but I think the message is strong. What do you think?

Please feel free to email me or reach out to me and ask me anything about this range. Personally I love AA Cosmetics, I have sensitive skin and I really feel confident that it is the right skincare range for anyone. My email address is gael67@telkomsa.net and my phone number is 082 305 4152.

Thank you for taking the time to walk this with me!

Stay sweet.

Gael




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