How Gua Sha Can Change Your Facial Experience

I’m sure you’ve heard of it, even if only through my social media or blog posts… gua sha is where it’s at right now! Gua sha is a technique that I’ve been using more and more during facials and I love it! “Gua” means to scrape, and “sha” means reddish rash (petechiae), blood stagnation or […]

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All About Glycolic Acid
Glycolic Acid Use

Glycolic acid is an ingredient you probably have seen on a variety of skincare product labels. Whether it’s Chanel or Drunk Elephant you can find glycolic acid in just about any product line today. Among its many uses, it can help to clear your skin, even out your skin tone and help with signs of […]

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Eczema: Everything You Need to Know
Itchy Skin

If you get dry, itchy skin, then you may suffer from eczema. Eczema probably makes you feel awful and ends up messing with your plans at times (especially during bathing suit season). Eczema is a chronic condition but you can treat it. There are ways to prevent flare-ups so that you won’t have to deal […]

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Fall is the Ideal Time to Get a Peel
peel

Summer’s almost over and fall is here! If you’re a big fall fan, then I’m sure you’re getting excited for nights by the fire and pumpkin spice lattes! There’s another reason to get excited for Fall… it’s the perfect time to get a peel and refresh your skin from the wear and tear of Summer. […]

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Peptides: All About Them
peptides

If you’re trying to fight the signs of aging, then you’ve most likely come across the word, “peptide” or “peptides” in your research. Peptides are a newcomer on the anti-aging beauty scene but nonetheless very effective. Peptides are fragments of proteins. By themselves, they’re made up of amino acids. Since proteins are the building blocks […]

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All About Rosacea: What You Need to Know
Facial

  In honor of National Rosacea month, I wanted to dive into rosacea and how you can reduce your symptoms. What better time than this month to do this, right? Rosacea (pronounced “roh-ZAY-sha”) is a chronic but treatable condition that usually affects the face. It usually starts around age 30 in most adults. Rosacea presents […]

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