The moisturizer is usually the first thing we look to, but in order to find your skin’s balance—not too dry and not too oily—the entire regimen should be assessed. A well-balanced morning and evening regimen, that supports hydration and target’s your skin’s needs, will help keep the lipids balanced and support optimal anti-aging, clarifying and brightening benefits.
Is gold in your skin care a luxury or necessity? A fairly new ingredient to cosmeceutical skin care, colloidal gold nanoparticles are touted because of their skin illuminating properties and how they help deliver other anti-aging antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients deep into the layers of skin. But does it really work?
When we're sporting head-to-toe coverage for warmth, booking waxing appointments is the last thing on our mind. But if you want the longer, smoother, hair-free summer, now is the time to get your waxing or laser hair reduction appointments on the schedule.
Let’s face it, adult acne is influenced by multiple factors and 22% of American women experience some form of adult acne in their life. Scientists continue to research this condition in hopes of finding a simple solution that will improve the lives of tens of thousands of women. Unfortunately, the many variables that contribute to acne, like hormones, stress and sleep, medication, and a genetic disposition, can be unique to each individual. Aesthetician’s who take clients with acne above and beyond the basic facial are the most successful at delivering acne therapy because they understand the physical, social, and psychological...
After months of fun under the sun, clients come to the spa to improve their skin tone, texture and radiance. Chemical peels are an economical way to achieve these rejuvenating results at any time of year. The following protocol is a guideline for professionals to use when choosing to administer a double peel facial.
“Sensitive” is a common word used to describe an individual’s skin type. Research indicates that about 50% of women and 30% of men identify as having sensitive skin. But what does it really mean to have “sensitive” skin?