Fact or Fiction – Facial exercises can help prevent sagging skin

Fact or Fiction – Facial exercises can help prevent sagging skin

How many of us have heard about facial exercises or face yoga, but are unsure if these methods really work for tightening sagging skin? There are a number of YouTube tutorials, as well as books on the subject, and miscellaneous information available online, which may…

Soothing Skincare for Medical Workers Dealing With PPE Skin Sensitivity

Soothing Skincare for Medical Workers Dealing With PPE Skin Sensitivity

The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly changed how we live, work and learn. In hospitals around the world, doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers are fighting an enemy that has already killed more than 100,000 people. Medical workers who are called upon to assist or treat…

The Root Cause of Jawline Breakouts

The Root Cause of Jawline Breakouts

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans annually. It usually begins in puberty and affects many adolescents and young adults. Approximately 85% of people between the ages of 12 and 24…

Neck and Decollete Treatments

Neck and Decollete Treatments

The face, neck and décolleté are exposed to the sun, wind and cold weather, and must be all cared for in the same way as the face during the professional treatment and at home. The delicate neck and décolleté area is often ignored when it…

LED for skin health

LED for skin health

After the age of 30, we lose approximately 1% of collagen per year. To rejuvenate the skin, and stimulate collagen and elastin production, one of the best modalities is LED – light emitting diode – a tiny computer chip encased in glass. Red/Amber anti-aging LED…

Winter Skin

Winter Skin

The cold and windy wintertime is here, and that can mean dry, flaky and irritated skin for many women. The majority of clients wish to hydrate their skin, but aren’t sure how and when to use a serum as opposed to a crème, and the…

Fact or Fiction: exfoliating every day is bad for your skin

Fact or Fiction: exfoliating every day is bad for your skin

Many women tend to over-exfoliate the skin, in hopes of sloughing off dead skin, and thus achieving a fresh and renewed complexion. This is a misconception, since our skin is a very efficient organ, and doesn’t require exfoliation more than 2-3 times per week. In…

Milia – what is it?

Milia – what is it?

• Milia occur when keratin becomes trapped beneath the epidermis. • Milia can occur in people of all ages, but they’re most common in newborns, affecting up to 50% of them. They’re typically found on the face, eyelids, and cheeks. • Newborn milia are often…