At Louise Gray Skincare we’re passionate about the health of your skin. We ensure we use the best of the best available in technology so you get results.
As a former registered nurse I, and my team, focus on what’s happening inside your body and how it affects your complexion. Often at times we can trace the roots of skin concerns like redness, blemishes, pigmentation, premature lines and wrinkles to lifestyle factors.
It’s why we’re so passionate about skin health. It’s the lifeblood of our business and knowing we can help you gain a beautiful, radiant complexion is extraordinarily satisfying.
We use Skin DNA, Reveal Diagnostic Technology and the most advanced skincare around, like Dermalogica Face Mapping, MediK8 and One Truth 818 Serum. Here’s a close up:
Skin DNA: we take a swab from the inside of your cheek and send it off to our lab for processing. It measures 16 genetic markers (SNPs) in five categories associated with skin ageing: firmness, elasticity, wrinkles, sun damage and pigmentation and sensitivity and inflammation.
The results allow us to prescribe a skincare regime specifically for you.
Reveal Diagnostic Technology: this is a high-tech machine that reveals the amount of pigmentation (sun damage and brown spots), redness and broken capillaries in your skin.
These things are not visible to the naked eye but this imaging gives you a heads-up on what you may need to work on, like say, upping the richness of your moisturiser or adding flaxseed oil to your diet.
Dermalogica Face Mapping: Dermalogica’s face mapping is based on traditional Chinese medicine and allows your skincare therapist to see how your skin is doing and what internal conditions could be affecting your skin. For example, blemishes around the sides of your mouth could indicate something going on with your hormones.
One Truth 818 Serum: touted as the world’s most powerful anti-ageing serum, One Truth 818 is based on the award-winning work of molecular biologist Dr Bill Andrews PhD whose goal is to stop ageing. At its foundation is Telomere-818, the world’s most powerful telomerase–inducing compound.
“I’m an incessant explorer, educator and obsessive researcher into skin histology and dermal technological advancements.” – Louise Gray
Words: Jenna Moore