Is it time again for New Year's resolutions? As always, we hope that you listed a few self-care and wellness resolutions for 2018. Lose weight, eat better, exercise more…we know these can feel a bit redundant. Maybe need a little inspiration? This top ten list of the resolutions we’re following this year will help you get started.
Trying to decipher a spa menu is like trying to read hieroglyphics if you are doing it for the first time. That’s why it’s empowering to walk into a spa and feel confident that the facial treatment you’re getting is right for you.
We know once you’ve experienced your first facial, you’re going to be rushing out to get another one right away.If facials are so good for your skin how often should you get them done? Here’s what to know about what may become your favorite new beauty addiction!
Last week we answered your top questions about chemical peels. This week we want to share reasons how you can benefit from receiving a light or superficial chemical peel from an esthetician. While this type of chemical peel should only be performed by a skin care professional, it doesn’t necessarily require a trip to a plastic surgeon. Deep peels that only medical professionals can perform are reserved for serious skin issues, and are not needed by most skin types. All of us, can, however, benefit from superficial peels that estheticians offer.
Are you a beauty fanatic? Do you love going to the salon to have your hair blown-out, get your nails done, and have a professional makeup artist work their magic on you? If so, we’re here to remind you to make sure you’re NOT missing the last piece of the beauty routine puzzle: skin care.
Exfoliating your skin before makeup application is actually one of the best celebrity makeup artist tricks for close-up ready skin. But, you don’t have to be Kim Kardashian to put this tip into practice.