Our skin is affected by the seasons, so we have to cater its different needs throughout the year.
This means your skincare regimen will change as the seasons do.
There are several things you can do to get glowing skin.
– Regularly get facials. – Use retinoids to keep pores clear and skin smooth. – Mild chemical peels exfoliate dull, dry summer skin, accelerating new skin growth. – Brown spots will fade with IPL treatments – Laser will tighten skin that was over exposed to the sun.
Turn up your skin’s glow regardless of the season—and get rid of dull, damaged skin with luscious skin care treatments.
It’s a common notion that eye crèmes aren’t necessary. The skin regimen we do on our face is enough to include the skin around the eyes. Unfortunately, this belief is 100% wrong.
It does make sense that the skin on our face would have the same depth as the skin around our eyes. But that is not the case.
Of all the skin on your body, the thinnest part is the around your eyes. This is why your facial moisturizer stings or burns if you apply it to close to your eyes.
You should use eye crèmes that are tested and approved by ophthalmologists. Just like facial moisturizers, eye crèmes were created to tackle specific problems like:
• Dark circles
• Fine lines and wrinkles
There is also another way to get younger looking eyes. Professional eye treatments!
Think of them as a facial just for your eyes! Using a patented dermal delivery system, nutrients essential to your eyes melt into this sensitive area, deeply hydrating and nourishing them without irritation.
Just like a facial your eye treatments provide a considerable boost to your at-home eye care.
Celebrity makeup artists have a difficult task for red carpet movie stars. They have to keep their makeup in place all day and night—and it has to look flawless!
How do they do it?
Believe it or not, the secret is setting powder. This hardworking product is the reason celebrities look polished and beautiful, even under the harshest lights.
Setting powder works beautifully with concealer, too. It boosts its staying power, while enhancing the look of your foundation. Just make sure that the setting powder is the same shade as your natural skin tone.
Apply setting powder mainly to the center of your face, on the outer corners of your nose, and to your chin and cheeks.
Avoid the outer edges of your face because you want your natural radiance to shine through. You can apply a highlighting product to this area, if you want. It will help to pick up the radiance of your skin.
Setting powders create a natural-looking finish that keeps your makeup performing all day!