For 18 years Monica L. Billman has worked as an esthetician, working in premiere day spas in Anchorage, Alaska. Monica is committed to helping her clients achieve healthy skin as they battle the extreme climate conditions of Alaska. Learn about Monica's personal skin care journey to fighting problem skin, hyperpigmentation, and skin aging and what products have helped transform her client’s problem and sensitive skin.
Determining the type of skin you have can be difficult. Sometimes your skin may be dry, sometimes it may be oily, sometimes you may get breakouts – so how do you determine your skin type? While the most effective way to get a real understanding of your skin is to visit a skin care professional, you can use this time at home to get to know your skin better and understand what skin type you may have.
As you transition from your 30’s to 40’s to your 50’s and beyond, you’ll notice changes in your skin. Read below to find out exactly what’s happening at each decade that explains why these changes are occurring.
From the time we are babies to the time we are 60 our skin changes. Skin goes from being soft, smooth and wrinkle free to skin that perhaps shows fine lines, wrinkles, or dark spots in certain areas. Why is this the case and what happens to skin over time? Here we share some important facts about skin aging.
We all know what we have to do to take care of our skin, but there are some things you may not realize are contributing to skin aging. If keeping your skin youthful is on your agenda, make sure to avoid these five bad habits.