Dr Barbara Kubicka at Clinicbe is a leading advocate of integrated skin and healthcare. An integrated approach which relies not on quick fixes and troubleshooting skin issues as they arise, but more living in a way which harmonises skin and beauty along with overall good diet, lifestyle and safe sun practices.
Leading scientists agree.
Mrs Dominique Sigaudo-Roussel, a researcher at the Institute of Biology and Chemistry of Proteins of Lyon, has been studying for several years the biomechanical response of the skin tissue to external stimuli, particularly manual pressure. Massage can have therapeutic benefits to the skin but stronger pressure can cause lesions.
She believes that tomorrow’s skincare will adopt an increasingly holistic approach, integrating both the mode of application, and the environment.
She explains her view on the future of skin care?
The skin sends many messages, be they metabolic or psychological.
Through the mechanisms that we discover our aim is not about knowing how to repair an injury faster but how best fix and prevent it from reappearing again over time.
I’m in a spirit of prevention, of being able to “avoid that”, by investing in the quality of skin.
In my view, the future of skincare will lie in holistic approaches, through the mode of application, the environment and not just by treating the site but by taking into account the person as a whole.
Integrated Skin and Healthcare
As Dr Barbara Kubicka advocates, the best approach to skincare is holistic. It’s not just about a quick treatment or correction, but also about addressing any underlying issues too.
A healthy lifestyle is the first and most important step to looking and feeling good. That’s why Dr Kubicka’s success is based on her unique approach to integrating skin and health care so that the patient receives treatment and advice for the best results ‘inside and out’ including diet, hydration, exercise, sleep stress and sun exposure. It sets the right foundation for any external improvements that might be considered.
Then for some extra shaping, rejuvenation or trouble-shooting, modern Aesthetic Medicine offers a host of solutions to help clients improve their body shape or skin.
- cosmetic skin treatments to tackle aesthetic issues such as wrinkles or dull complexion
- medical skin treatments to help to improve conditions which are affecting the skin
- body shaping treatments to help tone and contour the body, especially trouble-spots
- cosmetology treatments to condition the skin
Dr Kubicka established Clinicbe as a unique integrated skin and healthcare concept based in the Knightsbridge area of London.
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