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4 skin principles to address in a regime

To Cleanse, Revitalise, Exfoliate, Stimulate Your Skin
also don't forget to Protect



Pores clogged with dead skin, oil, sweat & foreign debris


Uneven Skin Colour

UV radiation produces free radicals that impair normal cell function of melanocytes


Thickening Dead Skin Layers

Slow cell turnover leads to increased dead skin contributing to dull, dry and rough skin surface


Thinning Living Skin Layers

Thinning dermis leads to lines and wrinkles

Include One Of Each In Your Skin Regime


Glycolic / Salicylic | Deep Skin Cleanse

With our cleansers, you can effectively fight off oil, dirt, and bacteria which cause inflammation on the skin's surface and deep inside the skin pores. Potent active ingredients like glycolic acid or salicylic acid are the preferred potent active ingredients that quickly work to improve skin. Glycolic acid is suitable for normal skin type, while salicylic acid is suitable for acne-prone and oily skin type.


Antioxidants | Secret To Skin Glow

Exposure to UV rays causes the formation of free radicals which damage cell membrane and DNA, resulting in a reduction of normal cellular function. Free radicals trigger pigment formation leading to dull and uneven tone. Vitamin C as l-ascorbic acid is probably the most well-studied antioxidant neutralizing free radicals. Potent formulations (as ones below) may sting and irritate the skin initially.


AHAs & PHAs | Baby Bottom Smooth Skin Surface

Chemical peeling agents have been around for centuries. Now you can use them at home. AHAs (glycolic, lactic, pyruvic) and PHAs (gluconolactone) are a superior form of exfoliation as compared to abrasive ones (scrubs, brushes & electronic). They break the bonds between dead skin cells deep in the skin, which then flake off gently. Regular exfoliation keeps the skin texture smooth, prevents pore clogging while promoting faster skin turnaround cyle.


Collagen, Elastin & HA | Repair DNA & Wake Up Dormant Cells

Few ingredients in skincare medicine are known for stimulating deep skin cells (fibroblasts - only 1/3 active in adults at one time usually) to produce collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. These include retinoids and peptides. Retinoids include forms of vitamin a. Peptides imitate skin's natural messengers that help to stimulate the production of skin elements.


Sunblocks and Sunscreen | Don't Over-Rely

Sunblocks & Sunscreens don't have to be a very high factor to work. An SPF of 15 blocks 94% and SPF of 30 blocks 97% respectively. Treat it as an over the counter medicine and apply when required the appropriate amount. Remember, they don't last all day and use other forms of protection too, such as sunglasses and hats.

Skin Care Packages

Antioxidants | Secret To Skin Glow

HSF (Harley street formulations) has created a complete facial rejuvenation package for you to make your daily skincare regime quick and easy. This package includes the potent skin rejuvenation products from our HSF range. The combination of the powerful ingredients in these skin care products pampers, revive and improve your skin. Get this amazing discounted package now to enjoy glowing, smooth and youthful skin!

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