As social distancing, shelter at home, and fears of spreading COVID-19 continues, I’m finding reminders in daily tasks of how different our world is right now. I am excited to share an at home face mask with you, but as I was researching my search results kept leading me to patterns for fabric face masks for infection protection. I’ve done the same search numerous times and never had these results. These little things just emphasize how unusual our lives are currently. Now more than ever we need to remind ourselves the importance of self care. I have created a very simple recipe for a face mask that will benefit all skin types and uses food that you probably already have in your kitchen. Easy to make, simple to use, and glowing skin.
Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? Did you know that the skin is a physical barrier against the external environment? Did you know that the skin has an immune system that protects the body from infection, cancer, toxins, and attempts to prevent autoimmunity?
We've finally arrived to the big question - can you help my acne? Unfortunately, the answer is yes and no.
I'll never forget the day that I realized that I'd been misdiagnosing my own skin for over a decade. It was before I became an esthetician and I had been battling breakouts for much longer than I thought was appropriate. In my early 30s, I finally sought professional help.
Let's talk exfoliation - why we need it and how to do it. One of the most important steps of regular skin maintenance is exfoliation. Unfortunately, this step is often executed incorrectly or simply ignored. Exfoliation helps with cell turnover, encouraging the growth of new, healthy cells.
Our facial muscles require exercise to remain toned, just like the rest of our body. Unfortunately, traditional facial exercises like tensing our muscles into certain facial expressions to strengthen, tend to not only provide little results, but actually increase wrinkles.
Detoxing has become so mainstream that we search to purge impurities in every aspect of our lives. With so many detox programs out there―juice, digital, relationship―we often overlook our skin.
Let me tell you, this winter has been rough on skin. My biggest complaint from clients (and I'm struggling, too) is that this weather is drying their skin. Besides regular visits to see me, there is a few things that you can do at home to combat the winter dry skin blues.
Truth - I've never been a fan of the "New Year, New You" slogan. I mentally cringe at each website or social media entrepreneur using it to market. The thing is
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