The Natural Dermatology Clinic in London Introduces a New Range of Botanical Cosmeceuticals
London dermatologist Claudia Louch has introduced a new line of natural skincare products which are tailored to each client's individual needs.
- (1888PressRelease) August 27, 2011 - The Natural Dermatology Clinic, based at a prestigious Harley Street address in London is pleased to announce a new range of botanical skincare products. 'Cosmeceuticals' are cosmetic products which have biological active ingredients. The functioning of these biologically active ingredients on the skin barrier and skin health characterize the cosmeceutical realm. Botanical cosmeceuticals are by definition derived from medicinal plants.
These new botatical cosmetics are made using natural plant extracts derive from leaves, roots, fruits, berries, twigs, bark and flowers and we use only the highest quality of ingredients to formulate our cosmeceuticals. All of The Natural Dermatology Clinic providers are certified by the MHRA in the UK.
The most important factor contributing to the biological activity of our botanical cosmeceuticals is the source of the plant material as each botanical part may contain over 200 different individual chemical constituents. Furthermore the season in which the plant material is gathered greatly influences its composition. Certain actives are present only in the fall when leaves are shedding while other activities are only present in early spring when immature leaves are present on the branches.
The Natural Dermatology Clinic is run by Claudia Louch, a Health Scientist with a background in Advanced Dermatology Practice, Pharmacology, Allergology, Clinical Nutrition and Medicinal Plant Science. Claudia's knowledge is deeply rooted in medical and nutritional science as well as cutting edge pharmacology and drug discovery, which puts her into a class of her own. Her immense knowledge of natural precursors (medicinal plant science) to conventional drugs and the effects on those on the human body allows her, in her capacity as a phytomedical practitioner (practitioner of plant based medicine), to dispense and formulate customised phytomedcines to her patients if required and appropriate.
For more information and to book an initial consultation with a Claudia Louch please visit http://www.claudialouch.com/