Creating a Nighttime Skincare Routine

Deciding what products to use throughout the day can be difficult. After you determine your skin type and basic regimen, there are specific products to use in your morning skincare routine and another set of products to use in the evening. At night your skin is in repair mode and recovering from the day. Products should be deep cleansing to remove residue from the day as well as revitalizing and...
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Bridal Hair and Makeup Update 2016

So you just got engaged!  Brides, the wait is over – we are now approaching wedding season! Planning a wedding can be very long and stressful, which means you deserve the extra pampering and primping to put those pre-marriage jitters at ease. Engagement photos, bachelorette parties, and the rehearsal dinner are just a few memorable stepping stones to your big day. With all eyes on you,...
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How often should I get a facial?

How Often Should I Get a Facial Treatment?  Facials aren’t just a luxury, they’re an incredibly effective way to transform your skin. For aging skin you can increase elasticity and minimize fine lines, or for acneic skin you can treat blemishes and refine the appearance of your pores. One of the reasons why facials are so effective is because they incorporate products only available to licensed...
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After Your Facial

After Your Facial: Continuing the Treatment at Home Although most people find that regular facials help their skin look better, it’s true that immediately following a facial, you may find your skin a bit red and tender. Without proper care, post-treatment breakouts are common, and that’s the last thing you want. But if you know what to expect and are prepared, you can minimize the chance of any...
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Skin Care Routine Working?

Is Your Skin Care Routine Really Working?  by Tasha, Christiaan Esthetician Beginning a new skin care routine can be exciting. As you begin, you’re full of hope. The products promise that you will see results. But eagerness can turn to frustration when days pass without seeing a difference. Does that mean that the product is worthless? No, not at all! It takes a full month for dead skin...
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What is a chemical peel?

What is a chemical peel? A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers. Although chemical peels are used mostly on the face, they can also be used to improve the skin on your neck , hands and chestA chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, or just getting older...
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