Sunday, November 19, 2017

MICRODERMABRASION IN NJ DAY SPA

  What is the purpose of microdermabrasion? Does it hurt? Is it for everyone? Microdermabrasion is a highly powerful mechanical exfoliation technique that benefits many common dermal issues: congested, normal to dry skin, as well as oily, problematic skin that needs resurfacing,  draws out whiteheads and blackheads, softens fine lines and wrinkles, helps smooth coarsely [...]

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 [...]

Most Popular Massage Gifts at NJ Day Spas

July 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Anti-aging Skin Care

Most of us already know that a gift certificate for a massage at a NJ day spa is one of the most popular gifts for any occasion.  Massage gifts are very versatile, perfect for men, women, teens, athletes, couples and more!  There are so many massages to choose from including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot [...]

Acne on The Chin, Why Teens Experience this Problem. NJ Skin Care Expert Talks

June 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Acne, Beauty Tips, Education, Skin Care

Question: Hi Valentina – why does my teenage son only get bad acne around his chin and lower cheeks? The rest of his face seems fine. Valentina: This is very common for teens. Acne around the chin is usually from overactive hormones, something all teens most likely will experience. The overactive hormones produce extra sebum [...]

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 That Boost Your Collagen Revealed!

We all know that part of aging means loss of collagen in our skin.  Losing collagen makes us look older because we lose volume and elasticity.  Our skin is made up mainly of collagen, which is a protein. In fact, more than 80% of our skin is made of collagen. Collagen is a structural protein [...]

Anti Aging Foods: Salmon for Your Skin

March 7, 2011 by  
Filed under Anti-aging Skin Care, Education, Skin Care

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.  Why grow old gracefully when Mother Nature has already supplied us with everything we need to keep a youthful and healthy complexion? If [...]

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 [...]

Aging Skin: The Not So Sweet Truth About Sugar

January 23, 2011 by  
Filed under Beauty Tips, Education, Skin Care

Aging skin and sugar– is there really a connection?  Yes, it’s true.  There are many not so sweet side effects of consuming too much sugar, and fine lines and wrinkles are just a few of them. Most of you know that sugar is definitely not good for your figure, but more and more research shows [...]

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