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Hormonal Skin

by Judi Moise | Get Obsessed
21 Mar 2018
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Hormonal Skin

      5 Ways Hormones Can Impact the Skin Many will agree that health issues are related to the burden of finances (prescriptions and medical supplies) and doctor’s appointments (paid-time -off). These same health issues can cause your self-esteem when it impacts your skin. Whether it be by dry, sensitive, itchy, or having crepe skin, it’s important to understand the root causes for a better approach to long-term skin wellness.     What are hormones? Hormones: internal messengers for the body system and internal factors for the appearance, strength and skin health. Hormonal skin: internal factors that can disrupt your skin barrier causing adverse outcomes to the condition of.

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The War on Rosacea

by Judi Moise | Rosacea
28 Feb 2018
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The War on Rosacea

What is rosacea? Rosacea is a chronic disease that affects the blood vessels and causes inflammation on the central area of the face such as the cheeks, nose, chin and forehead. It’s characterized by redness from broken capillaries and some lesions that’s sometimes mistaken for acne. Types of rosacea There are 3 types of rosacea: Pre-Rosacea Least severe Flush, blush look Vascular Rosacea Sensitive Inflammation Oiliness Inflammatory Rosacea Severe inflammation Consist of papules and pustules (characteristics of acne) Dry skin Dehydrated skin Who is affected by rosacea? Rosacea impacts about 10% of the population. Rosacea mainly occurs on the face and more common in fair skin women and symptoms are.

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Introducing Hempnotic Lip Balm

by Judi Moise | Organic Based Products
21 Feb 2018
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Introducing Hempnotic Lip Balm

                      Introducing Hempnotic, Hemp Based Beauty. I’ve decided to turn a new leaf on skin care. My first concern was an ongoing issue of dry lips. I’m not satisfied with the current lip product selection containing fillers and petroleum. It made my lips flaky and irritated due to the inferior ingredients, so I made a solution. Hempnotic lip balm is made with organic ingredients, Hemp being one of the active ones. Hemp is proven to increase skin elasticity with its essential fatty acids and stimulates collagen, A NATURAL LIP DEFINER & PLUMPER. I carefully designed it to not only moisturize.

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What’s in your Bottle?

by Judi Moise | Skin Care Products
11 Oct 2017
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What’s in your Bottle?

What’s in your Bottle? As fast as we hustle through our days, we expect the same results in our skin care. Sure we want fast results, however, a progression is more effective than instant gratification. Knowing the best ingredients in your skin care for will help achieve lasting results No two skin care needs are similar because everyone’s skin is different. Identifying your skin type (oily, dry, combination and skin condition (acne, sensitive, rosacea, eczema, etc.) can aid in an informed approach when picking the best skin care.   With all the available skin care choices, how do I choose? If you notice, there’s a difference on how ingredients are.

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Chemical Peels: Know the Types and Benefits

by Judi Moise | Chemical Peels
22 Aug 2017
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Chemical Peels: Know the Types and Benefits

Chemical peels: A great way to revive your skin after the Summer’s heat. Depending on your desired results, chemical peels can minimize age spot caused by the sun and diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Variations of chemical peels makes customizing manageable for most skin tones, types and conditions. The word PEEL can be deceiving because YOU MAY NOT PEEL THE FIRST TIME! Let’s look at different chemical peels according to its features and benefits. Chemical peel: a solution that’s applied to the skin, causing accelerated exfoliation which eventually peels off the epidermis (DEAD skin). New skin will emerge with less imperfection, which can be noticed after one session. Typical areas.

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Let’s Talk About Acne

by Judi Moise | Acne
01 Aug 2017
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Let’s Talk About Acne

Understanding acne: Let’s talk about…ACNE For some people, this could be a very sensitive topic. Acne can flare up at the most inconvenient time and could instantly ruin your confidence. Some of my clients rather sit at home and miss big milestones than face the world with their acne. It’s an understandable feeling to have. Let’s shed some light on acne and how we can win the battle. What is acne? Acne is formed in our skin by blocked follicles. This is caused by hair, sebum, and Keratinocytes (built up dead skin). Acne is a the most common skin disease in the US. It affects nearly 40million people. 90% of.

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The Truth about Carrier Oils

by Judi Moise | Carrier Oils
12 Jul 2017
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The Truth about Carrier Oils

The use of carrier oils is gaining popularity due to its natural remedy for skin and health purposes. Carrier oils “carry” essential oils to the body and skin. It’s a great way to drive moisture, reaping the benefits of vitamins rapidly. Carrier oils are great base oils to dilute concentrated essential oils (lavender, peppermint, lemongrass, etc.) Applying essential oils directly to the skin can cause painful irritations such as blisters, especially after prolong sun exposure and tanning beds.   What are the best carrier oils? Carrier oils varies in function. I recommend these due its non-comedogenic properties, or doesn’t clog pores. We’ll discuss that later. Jojoba: Mimics the natural oils.

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5 Beauty Tips for the Summer

by Judi Moise | Beauty Tips
27 Jun 2017
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5 Beauty Tips for the Summer

The hot Summer months can be brutal to your skin because of heat and humidity: the amount of moisture levels in the air. Our skin has about 70-80% water which helps preserve skin elasticity and healthy cells. Living in low humidity areas can cause dry skin and can worsen skin conditions such as rosacea and psoriasis. High humidity areas are great for people with dry skin, helping the skin stay supple, but not the best for acne-prone skin. Here’s some tips to help protect your skin in hot, humid conditions: 1.       Nourish the skin Use the right cleanser and moisturizer for YOUR skin type. High humidity increases oil production causing.

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I’m certified to Save a Life!

by Judi Moise | Skin Condition,UV Rays & Sunscreen
18 May 2017
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I’m certified to Save a Life!

Skin Fetish is now certified to Save a Life! How can I save your life? Aestheticians, massage therapist, hair stylist, barbers and other beauty/wellness professionals are in a unique position to spot suspicious moles. Beauty professionals are familiar with their clients and are able to see changes in areas that’s hard to see such as the neck, scalp and back. These are areas that can go unnoticed by the clients. My job as an aesthetician is to make clients aware of any changes of suspicious moles that may be cancerous. What is Melanoma? Sun cancer is being reported at an alarming rate. Even though basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma.

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Know Your Barrier

by Judi Moise | Skin Types & Conditions
30 Mar 2017
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Know Your Barrier

The skin is the largest organ of the body and requires TLC from the owner… YOU. The skin consists of 5 layers of the epidermis. The outermost layer of the epidermis is called the stratum corneum, which is dead skin. Skin barrier, acid mantle, defensive barrier are names that defines the outer epidermis layer.  It consists of keratinocytes that constantly shed and replaced by new cells. The other 4 layers contains lipids to hold the skin together and melanocytes to produce pigment. Below the epidermis is the dermis and this is where the magic happens. The dermis produces collagen, protein, and adipose fat, which give the skin its subtleness. The.

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