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September 05, 2023
December 07, 2022
May 04, 2022
It is unfortunate but we have all done this. We think our skincare routine stops a the face. Some of us, include the neck. The décolletage is the most neglected part of a skincare routine.
February 16, 2022
In a previous blog post, we talked about the importance of knowing the anatomy of the face to get the greatest impact as we develop our skincare routine.
Another Pro technique is examining the face in sections. This means looking at the upper face, mid face, and lower face anatomy. Of course, the neck and décolleté are also important, but in this article we're covering the face.
Looking at our face in three sections helps us determine what each part of the face needs. Why does this matter? Because each section experiences change in the skin, fat pads, muscles, lymph, and fascia differently.
July 07, 2021
Understanding how PLLA (poly-l-lactic acid) works is important to knowing if it is something you want to include in your skincare routine. If you've been following me for any length of time, you know I'm not a "fad" follower. I go with the science and investigate first hand to know what works and what doesn't.
Let's look at a brief history of PLLA, how it works and what a PLLA skincare routine looks like, before we explore who would, or would not, use PLLA.
April 16, 2021
I know it can be challenging to decide what serum is right for your skin so I've created this article to help.
Start by choosing one or two of your biggest concerns and then choose the product(s) that contain the active ingredients to treat your top two concerns. If you have several issues, considering using different serums on alternative days, or using one in the AM and other one in the PM. Just don't pile on too many at one time as some could counter the other. For example, don't use a peptide serum with an AHA serum because the acidic pH of AHAs is undesirable for peptides.
Let's get started so you can start choosing a serum right for you.
April 02, 2021
One of the first places we begin to show aging on the face is the eye area. So it makes sense to be vigilant with skincare for the eyes.
Many things affect the appearance of the skin around our eyes. For example, failure to wear sunglasses year-round to prevent the squinting that can increase crow's feet, to applying eye care products with a tugging and pulling instead of a patting technique.
And I'd be remiss if I didn't point out that smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of sleep, dehydration, and water-retention from too much sodium in the diet are also factors affecting the skin around the eyes.
But don't be discouraged, there are many things we can do to take great care of the eyes.