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Skincare Journey 101: Week 8- Summary

by Judi Moise | Advanced Facial Potocals,Beauty Tips,Skin Types & Conditions
25 Aug 2021
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Skincare Journey 101: Week 8- Summary

Congratulations! We have concluded the 1st series of Skincare Journey 101. The skin is the largest organ of the body and the most permeable, which means quality skincare matters. Use this as a guideline to organize your regimen or to make it more functional. It’s important to practice this habit to form consistency and accountability to see the real-time results. Skincare products are an investment; hence you don’t want to be wasteful, right?   Summary of the Skincare Journey Week 1: Skin Type and Condition Week 2: Daily Skincare Regimen Week 3: Sequence & Frequency Week 4: Sunscreen Week 5: Correct Week 6: Exfoliation Week 7: Toners   This should.

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Skin Journey 101: Week 7- Toner

by Judi Moise | Advanced Facial Potocals,Beauty Tips,Skin Condition,Skin Types & Conditions
18 Aug 2021
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Skin Journey 101: Week 7- Toner

Watch your tone   One of the most neglected parts of a skincare routine is the use of toners. Toners remove residue left from make-up and debris on cleansed skin. It prepares the skin for better product penetration and balances the skin’s pH. This will help protect the skin barrier from environmental stressors. The leading active ingredient in toners is Witch Hazel. It contains beneficial properties that: Balance oil production Reduce inflammation Minimize bacteria (antimicrobial) What is Witch Hazel? Witch Hazel Hamamelis Virginiana is a small tree with golden yellow flowers found in North America. Since the early era, witch hazel is known for its healing properties for eye inflammation,.

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Skin Journey 101: Week 6- Exfoliation

by Judi Moise | Acne,Skin Condition
11 Aug 2021
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Skin Journey 101: Week 6- Exfoliation

Exfoliation What is exfoliation exactly and what are the benefits? Exfoliation is a process to remove the outer layer of dead skin and reveal healthy skin. A factor that may be causing breakouts is your Cell Renewal Factor (CRF) or Cell Turnover Rate. CRF decreases as you mature in age. The average CRF in adults 30-40 is about 30-45 days. Babies and young children’s CRF are twice as fast as adults, hence their blemish-free, glowing skin. The more time it takes to create new skin, the more prone your skin is to clogged pores. Exfoliation is needed to remove accumulated dead skin, nourishing new skin cells, and achieve fewer breakouts.

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Skincare Journey 101- Week 5: Correct

by Judi Moise | My Skin Care Regimen,Skin Care Products,Skin Types & Conditions
04 Aug 2021
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Skincare Journey 101- Week 5: Correct

Correct The secret to effective skincare is knowing what active ingredients are effective. Vitamin A is essential to achieve, as I call it, the ACE Face (Vitamins A, C & E). These vitamins serve to exfoliate, rejuvenate, and restore the skin. A great addition to investing for post-care of fillers and neuromodulators. Correcting the skin condition will result in improved skin wellness, long term. The Rave on Retinoid Retinoid is an umbrella term to describe all forms of Vitamin A. It comes both naturally and synthetically produced derivatives. Retinoids have been in the dermatology game for more than 70 years. Retinoids are very well known to influence a variety of.

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Skincare Journey 101: Week 4- Protect

by Judi Moise | Rosacea,Skin Care Products,UV Rays & Sunscreen
28 Jul 2021
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Skincare Journey 101: Week 4- Protect

Johnson & Johnson has recently recalled their sunscreen due to a cancer-causing carcinogen ingredient called benzene. This ingredient is found in Neutrogena and Aveeno aerosol sunscreen. How did benzene get into the sunscreen? Benzene was not listed as an ingredient. It’s suspected to be a byproduct that was created during either the manufacturing process or the breakdown of the chemical ingredients. The FDA does not require companies to test ingredients for contaminants, nor does it require testing for such chemicals at a finished product stage. It’s important to understand that the difference between chemical vs. physical sunscreen. The chemical-based sunscreen is absorbed by the skin, creating a chemical barrier to.

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Skincare Journey 101: Week 3-Sequence & Frequency

by Judi Moise | Get Obsessed
14 Jul 2021
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Skincare Journey 101: Week 3-Sequence & Frequency

Skincare Journey 101: Sequence & Frequency How did you do last week on your skincare routine? If you’re missing a product. we could discuss recommendations If you’re ahead of the journey, let’s discuss product integrity Additionally, make sure your products are not expired. There are two (2) dates to consider determining Shelf Life: Expiration Date (usually printed on the bottle) Period After Opening (PAO). Usually labeled with a number and “M” for month Example: 6M= 6 Months from when product is open Expired products will reduce the Effectiveness (adequate to accomplish intended purpose BEFORE expiration date) and/or Efficacy (expected result under ideal circumstance WITHIN Period After Opening). If the expired.

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Skincare journey 101: Week 2-Daily Regimen

by Judi Moise | My Skin Care Regimen
07 Jul 2021
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Skincare journey 101: Week 2-Daily Regimen

Skincare Journey 101: Daily Skincare Regimen Did you identify your skin type? It’s important to know your skin type so the right products are being used to correct and maintain your skin. The basic way to identify your skin type is by the pore size. Let’s compare your findings by doing a mini-skin analysis. Take a mirror. A magnifying one is best. Compare the pore size on your nose to the cheeks. If the pore size on your nose is bigger, then you may have combo/oily skin If the pore size stays the same, you may have normal/dry skin Again, this is a mini skin analysis. Share this information with.

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Skincare Journey 101: Skin Type & Condition

by Judi Moise | Skin Types & Conditions
29 Jun 2021
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Skincare Journey 101: Skin Type & Condition

The most frequented asked question from my clients is my skincare regimen. The benefits of a regimen is to keep the collagen and elastin as active as possible while nourishing the skin with active ingredients.  Stimulating the skin will assist in better product absorption and producing new skin cells, while exfoliating dead ones. Lights, camera, action with both personal and professional video calls. New and current clients are telling me the comments their colleagues are making. “You look tired’. “You look different without make-up on”. Minimalizing their hair, skin and wardrobe routine is making clients more aware of their self-image. I know we’ve been out of routine, but what better.

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The Hyaluronic Acid Hype

by Judi Moise | Beauty Tips
09 Apr 2020
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The Hyaluronic Acid Hype

The Hyaluronic Acid Hype    No, it’s not hype. It’s actually one of the best ingredients for your skin. Super hydrating. Very powerful. The only instant gratification I approve of… in skin care of course.  Hyaluronic acid: (HA) naturally occurring biodegradable polymer primarily found in connective tissue and in eyes. On the skin, HA acts as a reservoir of hydration. HA binds water 1000 times its weight, hydrating all layers of the skin.  The reason it’s an acid is because of its pH to nurture the live skin. It helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by retaining moisture and restoring the hydrobalance of the skin. HA also.

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Forms & Benefits of Retinoid

by Judi Moise | Skin Care Products
01 Aug 2018
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Forms & Benefits of Retinoid

The Rave on Retinoid The secret to effective skincare is knowing what’s effective. Vitamin A is essential to achieve, as I call it, the ACE Face (Vitamins A, C & E). These vitamins serve to exfoliate, rejuvenate, and restore the skin. Let’s dive into the secret of retinoid. Retinoid is an umbrella term to describe all forms of Vitamin A. It comes both naturally and synthetically produced derivatives. Retinoids has been in the dermatology game for more than 70 years. Retinoids are very well known to influence a variety of cellular processes, such as skin growth, function, and balancing the skin barrier. Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL) is minimized to.

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