Sunday, November 19, 2017

Transform Your Skin with Clarisonic

While cleansing is the first step in any skin care ritual, it is often overlooked.  Typical manual cleansing can leave behind dirt and oil trapped in pores.  This build-up can damage the appearance and health of your skin and keep your skin care products from working like they should. Clarisonic Sonic Skin Cleansing Systems use [...]

Best NJ Day Spa Facials for Dry Skin

October 2, 2011 by  
Filed under Anti-aging Skin Care, Skin Care, Skin Care Tips

Fall is here and that means two important things for your skin: 1) cold weather will make your skin feel dry and 2) It’s time to change your moisturizing cream Colder weather can be harsh on our delicate skin.  Even those with oily skin can experience some drying during fall and leading into winter.  With [...]

Monmouth County Day Spa Expert Answers: How Often Should I get a Facial?

How often you should get a facial depends on many factors including your skin type, age, and environment. The purpose of getting a facial is to rid the skin’s surface of dead skin cells and also to extract any impurities that have become embedded in your pores.  Impurities can cause acne in problematic skin and [...]

Anti Aging Foods: Beans Beans the Magical Fruit

Anti-aging skin care is about more than just fancy products, expensive creams and invasive plastic surgery techniques.  When it comes to our skin and how we look, we are what we eat.  If you want to let Mother Nature help you grow old gracefully, you have to eat foods that are packed with anti-oxidants, nature’s [...]

Shedding Light on Dark Under Eye Circles

November 23, 2010 by  
Filed under Beauty Tips, Education, Eye Care, NJ Day Spa, Skin Care Tips

If you’re struggling with dark under eye circles, one of the first things you can do is stop blaming yourself.  Although most people believe that dark under-eye circles are a sure sign of lack of sleep or too much partying, the true cause of under eye circles has little to do with your behavior. Now, [...]

Using Microdermabrasion to Erase the Signs of Acne Scars in NJ

One of the most common skin concerns I see in my spa is scarring as a result of breakouts.  Acne can strike at any age leaving tell tale signs of a struggle with unhealthy skin.  Often times, acne scars leave deep wounds on the skin, and sometimes the skin never fully recovers.  There are a [...]

HOW TO TREAT INGROWN HAIRS.

September 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Beauty Tips, Education, Shaving, Skin Care Tips, Waxing

Question: After I shave my legs I get l always wind up getting ingrown hairs. Is there any way to prevent this from happening? Answer: In order to treat ingrown hairs, it is important to understand what they are. Ingrown hairs, also called razor bumps, result when the shaved hair gets trapped inside the follicle [...]

Anti Aging Effects of Eye Cream

Using a special eye cream is very important in the prevention of fine lines and wrinkles.  Many people think that ‘eye cream’ is just a gimmick, that the creams for the eyes are the same as the ones for the face, but this is not true.  Your morning and evening skin care routines each need [...]

How Should I Exfoliate My Skin?

May 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Beauty Tips, Education, Skin Care, Skin Care Tips

Exfoliating your skin is an important step in any anti-aging skin care, anti-acne skin care or general skin-clarifying regimen. Choosing which type of product or process you use to exfoliate your skin is more important than the act of exfoliating itself.  The wrong products or process can do damage to your skin, even if you [...]

Why Should I Exfoliate My Skin and How Often?

May 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Beauty Tips, Education, Skin Care Tips

Should I Exfoliate My Skin? Exfoliation is an important process in maintaining clean and healthy skin.  Exfoliation removes dead skin cells on the surface of your skin (the epidermis) keeping your skin cleaner, smoother and brighter. Less is More Regular exfoliation can create glowing, smooth skin, but if you over-exfoliate you can do damage. Everyone’s [...]

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