Defining Beauty & Aging?? It’s changing!

The phrase “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” is such a cliché; however, it still is present today in a society where physical appearance and beauty have become overtly impressionable and often poses unattainable standards. For decades, the ideals of beauty have...

Should I Use A Toner?

Should I use a toner? Quite a controversial question, indeed! Many say “no” and many say “yes."  As your skincare professional, my recommendation is "YES."  Incorporate a toner into your skincare routine for an optimal result in healthy skincare. Here’s why… Facial...

Active Versus Inactive

SO…What is the difference? Active vs Inactive Ingredients? When you understand the difference between active and inactive ingredients in skin care it can make the difference between a skincare routine that works versus one that stresses out your skin. Think of active...

Sugar & Skin Aging

Protein glycation is one of many natural aging processes that occur in skin. Caused by a reaction between a sugar (glucose) and proteins such as collagen, glycation leads to the formation of Advanced Glycation End-products (AGEs). An increase in AGEs results in...

Slow & Steady

How long does it take for skincare products to work? Expecting instant gratification from skincare products will certainly cause disappointment. It’s not realistic to expect visible results in a night, or even in a week. So how long does it take for professional...

Defining Beauty & Aging?? It’s changing!

The phrase “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” is such a cliché; however, it still is present today in a society where physical appearance and beauty have become overtly impressionable and often poses unattainable standards. For decades, the ideals of beauty have...

read more
Defining Beauty & Aging?? It’s changing!

Defining Beauty & Aging?? It’s changing!

The phrase “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder” is such a cliché; however, it still is present today in a society where physical appearance and beauty have become overtly impressionable and often poses unattainable standards. For decades, the ideals of beauty have...

read more
Should I Use A Toner?

Should I Use A Toner?

Should I use a toner? Quite a controversial question, indeed! Many say “no” and many say “yes."  As your skincare professional, my recommendation is "YES."  Incorporate a toner into your skincare routine for an optimal result in healthy skincare. Here’s why… Facial...

read more
Active Versus Inactive

Active Versus Inactive

SO…What is the difference? Active vs Inactive Ingredients? When you understand the difference between active and inactive ingredients in skin care it can make the difference between a skincare routine that works versus one that stresses out your skin. Think of active...

read more
Sugar & Skin Aging

Sugar & Skin Aging

Protein glycation is one of many natural aging processes that occur in skin. Caused by a reaction between a sugar (glucose) and proteins such as collagen, glycation leads to the formation of Advanced Glycation End-products (AGEs). An increase in AGEs results in...

read more
Slow & Steady

Slow & Steady

How long does it take for skincare products to work? Expecting instant gratification from skincare products will certainly cause disappointment. It’s not realistic to expect visible results in a night, or even in a week. So how long does it take for professional...

read more
Dynamic Duo: Retinol and Vitamin C

Dynamic Duo: Retinol and Vitamin C

THE DYNAMIC DUO: Retinol & Vitamin C To start, vitamin C helps reduce complexion concerns like dullness, uneven skin tone, acne scars, and texture. Vitamin C is an essential part of skin health. It’s an antioxidant and a critical factor for collagen formation....

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About Aging

About Aging

About Aging Age is Inevitable: The sands of time cannot be stopped, the moment a person is born, aging begins.  As you age, your skin changes—and so should your approach to skincare. It's no secret that your skin changes as you age. Whether you notice loss of...

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