Small steps, big changes
Linda Carmichael, California Licensed Esthetician
Dedicated to teaching you how to achieve your healthiest skin possible.
February 10th, 2023
Caring for your Skin throughout the Year
Healthy Skin Ages More Slowly!
Not only will a therapeutic facial revitalize your skin, it feels wonderful and leaves you with a warm feeling of well-being. Giving yourself the gift of a relaxing, properly performed skincare treatment will allow your skin to fight against premature aging.
How often should you have your skin professionally renewed?
Winter (schedule at the end of Fall): Winter is a time of low humidity due to the cold air. Also, we often turn up the heat in our showers and baths! Dry, tight feeling skin and increased redness will not allow us to look our best for holiday gatherings. Facials that promote hydration are the key here. Also, winter is an ideal time to have skin peels after the holidays are over and we are semi-hibernating anyway! Peels will allow bright new skin cells to appear. These healthy cells hold moisture better as well.
Spring (schedule at the end of Winter): The renewal of life all around us! Spring marks the time your skin cells (and hair cells) begin their new cycles of growth. Your cells will renew faster at this time. To ensure they are healthy, robust, thriving cells; schedule peels, or deep exfoliation treatment. Your skin can become more radiant and healthy during this season.
Summer (schedule at the end of Spring): Protect, protect, protect! This is the time to have deep antioxidant treatments to help reduce the damage UV produces in these upcoming longer days. Skin calming, nutrient rich treatments will keep the skin healthy and strong to resist damage. Keeping the skin well hydrated-plump and healthy allows the skin to renew itself with fresh, well-functioning cells.
Properly customized professional treatments, along with a simple, highly therapeutic home care routine will make your skin shine!
Linda Carmichael, L.E., L.E.
California Licensed Esthetician
“Skin Care that Works!”
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