The DO’S and DON’TS of Peels, Laser & Microblading
As you scroll through the most popular posts on Instagram and Facebook, it’s pretty clear that people are looking for ways to keep their skin flawless and their brows beyond perfect. In fact, they want everything so flawless and so perfect, that they are receiving advanced skin care treatments and permanent makeup to keep it that way.
Many people, however, don’t realize that in order to achieve and maintain good results from these treatments, you need to take care of and protect your investment (your skin). Luckily, for treatments like peels, laser skin treatments and eyebrow Microblading, the aftercare is very similar.
4 Ways to Transition Your Skin Into Spring
The first day of Spring is almost here and it’s time we get the skin on our face and body ready for the warmer weather. Spring, depending on where you live, can be a tricky season as some places are still very cold while others are very warm. With that being said, we made this list of 4 things you need to do to transition your skin into Spring, no matter where you live.
- Courtney Williams
How To Get Rid of Puffy Eyes: 8 Tips for Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes
There are so many urban myths going around about puffy eyes and dark circles and how to cure them, that it is an overwhelming task to figure out what helps and what is a waste of time and money. Let’s cut through the crap and look at some real solutions.
- Erin Madson
The Importance of Picking the Right Cleanser for your Skin Type
Cleansing your skin goes beyond just clean. You need to know what skin type you have to make an informed decision. What is good for oily skin is definitely not right for dry skin. Understanding your skin type is step one!
- Erin Madson
How to Introduce New Products into Your Skin Care Routine
People are creatures of habit and routine. They can be become upset or resistant when change in their lives occur. In the skin care world, many of us find a product or skin care line we love, and use it forever and expect for that same product to work for us forever.
This, unfortunately, is not the case for most. Over time, our skin changes for many different reasons, like age and weather. It’s important to know how to introduce a new skin care line or product into your routine when the time is right.
5 Things People with Dry Skin Should Be Doing
Dry skin is condition that happens when the top layers of the skin lack moisture. Although it is often hereditary, it can also be caused by a variety of factors like over-cleansing, sun damage, or hormonal imbalances. You can tell you have dry skin by the size of your pores. If they are are small or barely visible around your nose and t-zone, or if your skin feels tight shortly after cleansing, you most likely have dry skin.