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How Much Does Your Skincare Routine Really Cost?

When it comes to skincare, many of us are increasingly looking to invest in the quality of our skin, but when a moisturiser can cost up to £930 for 250ml (of a certain sea-kelp-based formula) creating and maintaining a regular routine that works for your skin type can be a costly and time-consuming process.

How much does a good skincare routine cost?

Research has shown that the average adult spends around £400 per year on skincare. Other findings demonstrated that men are also investing heavily into their skincare routines and adults are increasingly considering the sustainability and environmental impacts of their skincare consumption. The definition of a ‘good’ skincare routine is entirely subjective, with factors such as age, skin type, specific skin concerns and just how much of a skinvestment you’re willing to make, being brought into consideration.

Is expensive skincare worth it?

When it comes to skincare shopping, consumers are now met with a vast array of serums, creams and treatments at a range of price points, making it difficult to decipher what is actually worth the investment. Traditionally, aspirational skincare brands such as La Mer held pride of place on bathroom counters, but advancements in skincare science and an increasingly knowledgeable customer base have seen the emergence of new high-end skincare brands. The likes of 111 Skin, Dr Barbara Strum and Medik8 offer premium skincare that packages scientific expertise in a minimal aesthetic. 

High-end brands typically promise higher concentrations of actives with shorter and more transparent, traceable supply chains. Their price points can also be attributed to the use of expensive or hard-to-source ingredients such as diamond powder or saffron, along with luxury packaging that makes an Instagram-worthy addition to your dresser or bathroom counter. However, as consumers look to cut costs in their beauty regimes, many are opting to forgo luxury packaging in favour of simplistic, single-ingredient formulas from brands such as the Inkey List and The Ordinary, calling into question the luxury vs functionality debate.

What does Hyaluronic Acid do?

Hailed as a hero ingredient, Hyaluronic Acid is a universal staple in any skincare routine, regardless of your age or skin type. A naturally occurring humectant, hyaluronic acid attracts moisture, helping to maintain the skin’s hydration levels. A high-end hyaluronic acid serum can cost anywhere from £50 to an eye-watering £650. Whilst luxury serums and moisturisers may claim to offer a host of benefits, topical hyaluronic acid use can only act on the skin’s surface, providing temporary hydration.

Read more about the role of hyaluronic acid in skin boosters here.

What is a skin booster?

A skin booster is an injectable treatment that aims to hydrate, refine and smooth the appearance of the skin, combatting the look of laxity and texture. Seventy Hyal is formulated with one of the highest molecular-weight Hyaluronic Acid formulas on the injectable skincare market, providing a surge of long-lasting hydration. Unlike dermal fillers, skin boosters do not create noticeable volume, instead they act as injectable skincare treatments.

Learn more about Seventy Hyal’s Material Properties.

Can a skin booster really replace my skincare routine?

Seventy Hyal is a Next Generation Skin Booster that provides concentrated hydration, working below the skin’s surface to aid in the bio-stimulation of collagen and elastin production. The treatment goes beyond the benefits of topical hyaluronic acid, replacing the need for serums and moisturisers. We would still recommend using a daily SPF to ensure that your skin is protected from UVA and UVB exposure. For those of us who are beginning to question ‘how environmentally friendly is my skincare routine?’ a skin booster treatment helps to minimise product wastage and packaging consumption. 

Learn more about Skinimalism here.

Seventy Hyal before and after

@Seventyhyal patient before and after.

5 Reasons to trade your skincare routine for Seventy Hyal 2000 treatment:

1) Cost Effectiveness

Alongside prioritising sustainability and reducing our consumption many of us are also re-evaluating the cost-effectiveness of our routines. Seventy Hyal requires 2-3 treatments, spaced four weeks apart to achieve optimal results, offering significant savings in comparison to trialling and re-purchasing multiple skincare products each year.

2) Immediate Results

Whilst most topical skincare treatments require months of consistent use to see any visible results, especially when it comes to hydration and luminosity, Seventy Hyal 2000 offers instant radiance. The treatment offers a fresh take on skincare, allowing you to condense your routine into one, minimalist treatment with immediate results. The hydrating, glow-enhancing and temporary contouring effects of the treatment are immediately visible and can be maintained with top-up treatments after 6-12 months, depending on patient preference.

3) Timesaving

Seventy Hyal requires 45-minute treatment every 6-12 months, a significant timesaving in contrast to spending 20 mins morning and evening on your 6-step skincare routine. This makes Seventy Hyal 2000 the perfect skinvestment for those with busy lifestyles.

4) Deep Hydration

Seventy Hyal 2000 is injected directly into the skin, providing deep hydration and visible radiance. This avoids blocked pores as a result of layering oil-rich products to try and replicate a glazed glow. As the treatment works beyond the surface of the skin, unlike topical serums and creams, you can rest assured that your skin is reaping all of the hydrating and revitalising benefits.

5) Bio-stimulating benefits

Seventy Hyal 2000 creates a dewy, glass like glow, plumping the complexion with moisture for your best skin yet. The formula aids in the bio-stimulation of collagen and elastin production, promoting a smoother and firmer-looking complexion.

Discover more about Seventy Hyal 2000 on our blog. Practitioners can shop Seventy Hyal on Fox Pharma from official UK and European rights holders, Fox Group International.

By Grace Cottrell | 30th Aug, 2022 | , ,

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