Body Treatments - Love The Skin You're In

Self Care and Body Treatments The skin is our body’s largest organ and provides protection for our entire being. While we often concentrate on maintaining the skin on our face, the skin on our body should have equal attention. Body scrubs are an excellent way to take care of the beautiful skin we are in – it shows self care, self love, and self preservation! Body treatments are an amazing part of the Esthetician tool box. They are aimed at providing relaxation and rejuvenation and provide our client’s with a very special form of self-care. Body scrubs are designed to address the skin renewal process and allow for better product absorption for things like tanning agents and moisturizers. Body

5 Skin Care Trends Your Clients Need To Be Educated On

Trends come and go, but your client’s skin stays with them for a lifetime. While some trends like glass skin or yoga skin are seemingly harmless, other trends can be damaging your client’s skin. Educating your clients on the dos and don’ts of skin care, especially proper home care, is the job of every esthetician. This includes educating them to be wary of the latest skin care fad before they do serious damage to their skin. 1. DIY Skin Care This is the perfect opportunity to make sure your clients are consulting with you first. Some DIY skin care trends, like DIY charcoal masks, could be causing your client's skin much more harm than good. Remind your clients that instead of trying to pull

You Are What You Eat: Hydrating Foods for Dry Skin

Dry, flaky skin is a major concern for many people, especially in the winter. While moisturizers, oils and creams are great for topical use, treating skin from the inside out can also help to introduce some hydration back into the skin. Vitamin C helps boost skin hydration while working to prevent wrinkles. Foods filled with vitamin C include: broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, pineapple, kiwi, oranges and avocados. Vitamin E protects the skin from free radicals, which can lead to early signs of aging. Almonds, sunflower seeds, spinach, avocados, trout, walnuts, sweet potatoes, butternut squash and olive oil are some of the foods rich in vitamin E. Beta-Carotene works to protect the sk

Nutrition Tips For Glowing Skin Year Round

Changing weather can drastically affect the skin and not in the best way. From changing temperatures to rising and falling humidity levels, the skin can take a beating while seasonal changes occur. Skin Inc. talked with Karin Hermoni, Ph.D., skincare expert and head of science and nutrition at Lycored, to see how diet and nutrition can help to keep a summer glow for skin all year round. Combating Winter Skin Hermoni began by explaining how during the winter season skin tends to become drier from the constant change in temperature with heated indoors and cold outdoors. Besides using a topical moisturizer every day, Hermoni explained how drinking plenty of water and eating water rich foods can

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