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What works for your skin.

Posted on August 22, 2013 at 2:41 PM
I have had many clients through out my 30 years in the business.  They all want to look beautiful.  I tell them they already look beautiful and they do.  The issue is that they have conditions on their skin that they see and focus on that make them not feel beautiful. 

That is where I come into their lives.  I study their skin and look at their condition.  And, I do my very best to remove or minimize their condition so that they can see their beautiful skin. 

We all have conditions on our skin.  It could be acne at puberty or adult acne.  Both are caused by hormones.   So to take care of the issue also lies in keeping the hormones balanced as well as a good skin care regiment. 

The condition could be hyperpigmentation (dark spots or stains on our skin).  Most of that is caused by the SUN.  A tan looks great until it leaves an uneven cluster of dark spots behind.  Hyperpigmentation can also be caused by hormones (birth control pills, pregnancy, menopause) which gets enhanced by the sun.  Medication, Perfumes, Intense Exfoliation, Acne, and even anti-perspirant can cause hyperpigmentation.  You can't avoid the sun, but you can wear sunscreen and hats when you're out for a long period of time.  You can even get the rays of the sun through the window of the car.  It takes good skin care treatments, a good skin care regiment at home, and a lot of patience to minimize hyperpigmentation.

Another condition clients come to see me for is aging.  There is no formula out there that can stop the aging process.  Even plastic surgery doesn't stop aging.  Gravity and living ages our skin.  That is a fact of life.

But, you can prolong the aging of your skin with proper treatments and skin care.  One of the biggest and simplest way to minimize the sign of aging skin (fine lines and wrinkles) is hydration.  And I mean more than just drinking a sufficient amount of water.  Hydrate with a good moisturizer.  And yes, the sun does age the skin faster.  So does improper skin care, stress, smoking, and too much alcohol.

So with all this, you might want to know what works for your skin.  Whatever condition you have on your skin, you need to make sure you are using the proper cleanser, moisturizer, and exfoliant.  You should cleanse and moisturized morning and evening.  And, you should exfoliate once or twice a week.
 
Are you using the right cleanser and moisturizer? To answer that question, you should see someone like me.  I can look at your skin closely, and with my expertise I can tell you what kind of cleanser and moisturizer you need for your skin.   

Taking care of your skin can be very simple with the help of someone who knows what to do.  And, your skin will be happy and healthy.

Categories: skin care

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