Professional Skin Care Products from HL Cosmetics
Whatever skin type or skin problem you have, one of our HL Professional Skin Care Products and Treatment Plans will help you achieve what you are looking for.
HL Cosmetic products are offered by aestheticians, day spas, beauty clinics, spa chains and hotels and provide solutions for every skin type and condition. The HL range formulas are developed based on scientific and clinically researched and tested components, with an emphasis on product safety, quality and the proven benefits they achieve. The HL product production takes place in a state-of-the-art plant, using the highest quality ingredients with the focus being on maintaining environmental awareness and responsibility.
HL Professional Skin Care offers professional training programs, knowledge and practical experience through HL accredited professionals so you know you are in safe hands.
HL Professional Skin Care Offers
- Customised Treatment Solutions for Professional Salons and use at Home offering skin care regimens for amazing results
- Innovation in our advanced skin care solutions which are all based on active ingredients
Professionalism from our in-house research and development on the beauty industry
About HL Cosmetics
Dr Natalya Quandt is the founder of HL Cosmetics and is a practising Cosmetologist who has worked in the beauty industry for more than 20 years providing non-surgical treatments and home use product regimes to enhance and improve customers skin and confidence. Dr Quandt is deeply devoted to the art of aesthetics and always strives to fulfil Skin Forever Young’ vision: To help patients live better, feel better, and look better.
Free confidential consultations are available and Dr Quandt has a friendly approach where she will listen to your concerns and offer you appropriate treatments explaining the benefits and any associated risks. If you are looking for a non-surgical salon treatment or would like to find out more about our Professional Skin Care Products and which would be best suited to your skin then please contact her on 07557 237480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be happy to help.
About Our Skin
The skin has three layers:
1. The epidermis is the outer layer of our skin which provides a waterproof barrier and creates our skin tone. Our skin’s colour is created by special cells called melanocytes, which produce the pigment melanin. Melanocytes are located in the epidermis
2. The dermis is beneath the epidermis and contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles, and sweat glands
3. The deeper subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis) is made of fat and connective tissues
Knowing your skin type will help you understand which products will suit and improve your skins look, feel, tone and complexion.
Normal skin has a good balance of moisture, small pores and an even tone and is the goal for most people. Normal skin feels comfortable, soft and translucent and has the best balance of oil to water with a smooth texture appearance and no visible blemishes or pores. It will be soft to the touch with no dry flaky or greasy areas.
Oily skin is classified by the overproduction of sebum (oil). It has distinctly larger follicles or pores than other skin types and these are visible over the entire face. Due to the overproduction of oil, the skin is usually shiny and is prone to blackheads, spots and acne. Hormones affect the oil production in your skin so anything that changes your hormone levels can affect your skin.
Dry skin can feel tight and often has dry patches and flaking and there can be a loss of skin tone, broken capillaries and ashen complexion. Pores can appear smaller, the skin appears dull, often on the cheeks and around the eyes and forehead. Dry skin can be uncomfortable and cause itching and cracking. Dry skin can affect any part of your body and can happen at any time.
Combination skin is most common in adults and is a combination of oily and dry skin. Most people have symptoms of oily skin along their T-zone which the area encompassing the forehead, nose, and chin. It is possible to have both oily and dry skin and man oily skin types can be producing oil in the pores, but still, be dry on the surface. dry skin can be the result of overuse of high concentration surface exfoliants that are addressing blocked pores which is often a treatment for oily skin.
Dehydrated skin can appear dry but it’s not the same as having dry skin. The skin can feel rough and coarse to the touch and fine dehydration lines can appear. It can make your skin feel tight with a loss of skin tone, broken capillaries and give an ashen complexion. Dehydrated skin is relatively easy to treat with the right lifestyle changes and products.
HL Cosmetic Product Ranges:
- Melanin Balancing
- Oil Balancing
- Eye Contouring
- Sun Protection
- Care for Men