Feeling Fruity - Clients Love It

The consumer market is booming with different skin care products that are pushing one major thing right now—fruits and vegetables. One major fruit that got a lot of attention in the summer of 2019 was pineapple, but the fall was filled with pumpkin everything and strawberries even got their time to shine. It's believed that this trend really kicked off from a wellness standpoint, with people starting to care more about what they were putting in their body including their skin. However, if consumers are looking for fruits and veggies to be included in their skin care, they will be wanting to see that in the spa as well. "Just as consumers want natural foods, they want natural beauty products.

Skincare Ingredients Part 2 - The Good

Continuing on from last week's blog post, we go from the worst to better (or best). Active ingredients in today's skincare products help fortify and revive the skin’s surface, supplying long-lasting infusions of hydration. The following are some active skincare ingredients to look for that are beneficial to the skin. 1. Alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) Creams and lotions with alpha-hydroxy acids may help with irregular pigmentation, fine lines, and age spots, and may help shrink enlarged pores. To allow your skin to get used to alpha-hydroxy acids, you should only firstly apply the skincare product every other day, gradually working up to daily application. (Euro Clinicals Glycagel) 2. Beta-hydrox

The Best & Worst of Ingredients

In Part 1 of a 2 part blog post, we'll take a look at the good, bad, and ugly of skincare ingredients. The cosmetics, lotions, shampoos, and other products you apply to your skin can be just as useful or harmful as anything you put inside your body. Because there is little to no instruction of harmful ingredients in personal care products, it is up to you as the esthetician to help your client make sense of product ingredients. On a day to day basis, we are exposed to potentially unsafe chemicals from all kinds of sources— plastics, pesticides, car exhaust, and more we can’t control. Choosing safer cosmetic and skincare products is something we can control, and it’s a big part of our daily l

How Do Masks Work for You?

In part 2 of our masking blog, we've talked about how the importance of masks is often underestimated, and how easy it is to customize masks for the best possible experience for your clients. Today we'll talk more about multi-masking as a way to address multiple skin issues with different masks on the skin at the same time. This delivers such a personal as well as professional touch that your clients will love - and that's the goal isn't it? Let's talk about some of the issues you can address with different types of masks used in a treatment: Deep Cleanse: Masks containing clay, or minerals (like Moor Mud, Herbal Complex Mask, Nordic Algae or Oat Enzyme) assist with drawing out impurities

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