- It does matter what you eat and drink, because your skin is the largest organ in your body and shows any sign of abuse.
We recommend you treat it like you would your best friend. Peels are preventative in the fight against aging and skin cancers. A non-invasive option to show your skin some love. Click Hereto read more.
- Sleeping with makeup on is not ok, so please take that extra few minutes for yourself and do your recommended routine.
We recommend looking at your lifestyle and finding what works better for your evening. For example: if you’re one that falls asleep on the couch, then you will need to do your routine after dinner.
- Tanning beds are so 1980’s, so remember tan skin is damaged skin. If you want a little color try a spray tan or an over the counter self-tanning lotion.
We recommend asking for a Level 1 or 2 depending on your skin type for spray tanning. Remember to always exfoliate your skin beforehand.
- Hats are a great accessory for your outfit and your skin. Visors and Baseball caps are cute, but do not provide adequate coverage.
We recommend a larger brimmed hat that is made of a tightly woven material and/ or a cotton material. Please feel free to bring your hats in for our stamp of approval.
- Applying sunscreen once daily is not enough.
We recommend and so does the FDA that sunscreen of an SPF 30 or higher should be applied every 40-80 minutes when in direct sunlight. Try our Anthelios SPF 60 Ultra Light Fluid Click Hereor our SPF 30 Powder Sunscreen by Colore Science Click Here. (2 shades available). Great for keeping in your purse, car, golf bag and for reapplying over your makeup! *All 10% off during May.
- Hormones, Hormones, Hormones…They rule our lives and our skin.
We recommend having your hormone levels checked yearly. Everything from acne, pigmentation and excessive facial hair are all a result of hormonal changes.
- Bacteria traps that we all use daily and don’t even think about.
Makeup brushes can become coated not only with makeup residue, but also with body oils and dead skin, making them havens for bacteria that will decrease the life of your brush, negatively affect the proper application of makeup and can also cause skin problems and possible infection. It is recommended that you clean your makeup brushes after each use and that you give them a thorough cleaning at least once a week. Try our brush cleaner…Click Hereit’s fast drying, easy to use and cost effective.