Always remember to include this important step in your beauty routine!
Don't forget to protect your skin even on a cold winter day! Keep that skin looking youthful and radiant💕
Get out of the sun
Without sun protection, people who spend lots of time outdoors often develop skin that makes them look older than their actual age. Staying o...ut of the sun is ideal, but if you need to be in the sun, sunscreen is a must for preventing skin damage. Jacknin stresses, "The most important habit to develop to prevent wrinkles and age spots is to apply a full-spectrum sunscreen of SPF 15 or greater to your face and hands every morning, even if you are just driving to work in the car."
The holiday season has officially arrived and over here at Woodbury Medical Spa we have the specials to prove it as our gift to you! 2 customized holiday facials for $99.00 or 1 facial for $55!
What are the BENEFITS of EXFOLIATION?
- Removes impurities (dirt, excess sebum)
- Brightens the complexion (Due to an increase in circulation, oxygen and nutrients are brought to the skin's surface, replenishing cells and making the appearance brighter.)
- Gets rid of the dead layer of skin (stratum corneum)...
- Improves product penetration (Products penetrate better once the barrier of stratum corneum has been removed.)
- Helps slow the appearance of aging (As we age, our cell renewal process slows down. Exfoliation helps speed the renewal process, keeping younger cells on the surface of the skin.)
Chemical vs. Mechanical Exfoliation:
Chemical Exfoliation- include enzymes, alphahydroxy acids (AHAs), and betahydroxy acids (BHAs) used to loosen the glue-like substance that holds the cells together, allowing them to slough away.
Mechanical Exfoliation- includes salt glows, body scrubs and polishes, dry brushing, and microdermabrasion.
Exfoliation: Detoxifies the SKIN and Brightens the Complexion.
The skin's natural exfoliation process slows as the skin ages, resulting in an accumulation of dry skin cells. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells and encourages the production of new skin cells on the surface level, allowing skin to benefit from the products we use daily.
I Am A Professional.
I Am Licensed.
The Professional Beauty Industry is regulated by each state to protect consumers from harm and the spread of infectious diseases. Licensed professionals study skin and scalp care, chemistry, anatomy, biology, and are trained to utilize chemicals and tools safely. Being licensed and part of a regulated professional industry helps keep consumers safe!...
Licensed Beauty Professionals..
- Complete hundreds of hours of schooling
- Learn proper techniques and best practices
- Successfully pass their state board exams
- Practice proper sanitation procedures to minimize the threat of viral and bacterial infections
- And care about the industry and the safety of their clients!
**Make sure YOU seek only licensed professionals for your professional beauty services.**