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Addressing Fall Skin Concerns

Addressing Fall Skin Concerns

Addressing Fall Skin Concerns 1. Sensitivity: It’s not uncommon for people to experience sensitivity and redness during the cooler months. Try using ingredients that reduce redness, calm hypersensitive skin, reinforce the skin’s natural protective barrier and balance...

What Is Skin Cycling

What Is Skin Cycling

What is Skin Cycling? Skin cycling is the latest skincare trend taking social media by storm! Skin cycling is a method of rotating your skincare products throughout the week so you don’t over-exfoliate or irritate your skin. Exfoliants and retinol can have some...

RF Eye Tightening

RF Eye Tightening

RF Eye Tightening RF Eye Tightening involves applying radio frequency technology to the skin around the eyes, to induce the growth and repair of collagen within the skin. Therefore, our treatment can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines and sagging skin without...

Pre-, Pro-, and Post-Biotics

Pre-, Pro-, and Post-Biotics

According to Dr. Sobel and Dr. Libby, this is a promising new category in skin care. "We are learning more about the extensive microorganism communities that live on our skin, and how our skin health depends on and interacts with these microorganisms every day," These...

Lighter, Brighter Under Eyes For All

Lighter, Brighter Under Eyes For All

Chemical peels are something you've probably heard about. They're a terrific technique to get rid of dead skin while also brightening, tightening, and treating acne. When utilizing chemical peels, aestheticians had to stay away from the orbital region (around the eye)...

2022 Skincare Trends

2022 Skincare Trends

Anti-inflammatory skincare More and more people understand the anti-inflammatory aspect of life and that inflammation triggers problems with our overall health and causes skin dysfunctions. This indicates that we’re moving away from certain trends like Retin-A or acid...

Love For Lactic Acid

Love For Lactic Acid

Lactic acid is an anti wrinkle and pigmentation-fighting ingredient found in over-the-counter (OTC) and professional-grade skin care products. Derived from milk, lactic acid belongs to a class of anti-aging ingredients called alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Other examples...