One of my clients goes to an accupuncturist who does microcurrent facials using a microcurrent machine that uses Q-tips to deliver product and current. The accupuncturist told her that using metal wands to deliver current is too harsh on the skin because the metal gives off ions. It has always been my understanding that the Qtips were used for ease of sanitation. Is anyone aware of the concerns stated by the accupuncturist?
As the temperatures drop outside, and the heating goes on in-side, your skin goes into Winter Mode and your daily skincare regimen should change with the season.
Collagen and Elastin are the two major proteins that…Continue
There are numerous ways to hide or lessen the effects of aging on our skin; Hydration inside and out is probably number one, staying out of the sun or at least protecting your skin from dangerous rays, eating right and sleeping well and of course not smoking. In addition there is always surgery, invasive treatments, needles and more.
Today there is…Continue
Added by Synoia Tech / Shari Pilo on November 19, 2012 at 12:42am — No Comments
Working hard all day? Want to party all night? Not the best idea for your skin. Studies show that a good night’s sleep will make your skin look younger and fresher. Good sleep, good skin!
Did you know that while you are sleeping, your body is working hard? During night sleep hours is when repair and the rejuvenating process takes place in your body.
Added by Synoia Tech / Shari Pilo on November 13, 2012 at 3:58am — No Comments
The cosmetic and beauty industry has been growing at the speed of light over the last 4 decades. Once, there were only a few major brands sharing the market, today there are hundreds of thousands. New ideas, new formulations, and new technologies, guarantee for interesting new products.
While new products are being discovered, it is a combination of many factors that bring advanced products to market. Today companies are looking deeper into human biology, electronic devices, and…
Added by Synoia Tech / Shari Pilo on November 11, 2012 at 7:39am — No Comments
Hello everyone. I've been working as an esty for almost a year now and just developed some really horrible looking eczema on my hands this past summer. I have never had it before and, coincidentally, it started when I left working at one spa to work at another. I use Dermalogica at my new job and think it may be those products that are giving me the contact dermatitis that erupts in the palms of my hands (especially my left hand where I deposit product during application) and between my…Continue