with glycolic peel
Chocolate parafin hand treatment
Indivudual eyelash application
"Flawless Skin" may seem like an unobtainable dream, but in actuality, having nearly flawless skin might be easier than you think. Here are some of the truly simple steps you should follow:
Cleanse regularly using mild liquid or bar cleansers. Twice a day, wash gently, use plenty of water, "pat" (never rub) your skin to dry it. If you're prone to break-outs, wash or replace makeup puffs and brushes often. Change pillowcases frequently. Wash the telephone receivers you use with alcohol once a week. Avoid very hot baths or showers.
Stay away from the sun. Most dermatologist now recommend wearing a sunscreen of at least SPF 15 on exposed skin whenever you go outdoors. Sun damage to skin represents the most visible source of aging. And, no cigarettes, because smoking, like sunshine, contributes to the breakdown of the web of collagen and elastin that keeps skin taught.
Feed your skin, it's your body's largest organ. Skin needs moisture to remain in-balance. Generally oil-free moisturizers are best except for the most severe cases of dry skin. Moisturizers work best when applied while the skin is still damp to seal in moisture and maximize hydration. Avoid caffeine-laden beverages and alcohol, both of which are notorious dehydrators.
Chill out. We know it's easier said than done, but stress undeniably shows up on your skin. You can attempt to diffuse stress with something your skin loves — exercise. It pumps blood and oxygen to the skin and helps retain higher levels of moisture.
Alpha Hydroxy Acid may not be the "wrinkle-cure" that some claim, but it is a healthy way to exfoliate skin, and that is one of the secrets to a clearer, more radiant complexion. Your best bet is to try many brands and let your skin decide which it likes best. Then use regularly after cleansing and before moisturizing.
Eat right, sleep tight, and keep your hands away from blemishes. A healthy, a balanced diet is an essential basic to a healthy body and mind. Hardly anything can restore your spirits and vitality like a good night's sleep. And, when break-outs on your skin do occur, hands off! Attacking blemishes can cause permanent scars, so leave them alone or visit your dermatologist.