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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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: 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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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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Skin Type and Skin Conditions

by Judi Moise | Skin Types & Conditions
12 Nov 2014
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Skin Type and Skin Conditions

“My skin is dry in the morning, but then gets oily by the end of the day.” “I think my skin is dehydrated, just around my cheeks.” Sounds familiar? Facial skin problems and skin problems on the body can occur because of age, exposure to environmental elements, hormones and hereditary factors. To know what products works best for your skin, you must first know your skin type and any conditions you may have. Skin type: This is the type of skin you were born with, but may change as you mature. Ethnic background and nationality can determine any conditions you may be susceptible to. Normal skin: *Not too dry and.

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