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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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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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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Fuller Brows and Lashes

by admin | Beauty Tips
20 Oct 2014
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Fuller Brows and Lashes

Want fuller brows and lashes? Here’s a natural, effective, and inexpensive way using Castor oil. The science: Castor oil is high in ricinoleic acid. This acid is a very effective having anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agents. Fungus or bacteria inhibit hair growth. Since the oil is also very thick, it may help to prevent hair loss simply by helping to coat the hair and protect it from falling out. Castor oil is also high in omega 9 fatty acids, which are nourishing to both the hair and the follicle, as well as the surrounding skin. Castor oil has a unique ability to deeply penetrate so this helps it to deliver its.

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