As an esthetician, it is my belief that the very best way to get better results from your skin care products is to use a serum underneath your moisturizer or mask.
Tina and I met in the late 1990’s when she started coming to me for facials to keep her skin clear, smooth and glowing–and after all these years, she hasn’t aged a bit! I’ve worked with many Asian clients throughout the years and the distinctions between Asian skin and Caucasian skin are numerous.
Are you well past your teenage years but still get occasional breakouts? As an esthetician for 22 years, I have a lot of experience with skin and have some helpful advice to share!
The holidays are upon us and for many, this means travelling by airplane to see friends and family. The cabin of an airplane has extremely low humidity, which can result in dry, tired-looking skin with accentuated lines and wrinkles.
In my 20+ years of being an esthetician, I have had the honor of working with celebrities (Melissa Rycroft (pictured here), Jessica Simpson, Ashlee Simpson and Ali Landry, to name a few) who have trusted me to get their skin looking and feeling its best. Here is what I know to be true.
A chemical peel involves applying a chemical solution (acid) to skin of the face to remove and exfoliate the outer layers of skin so that a clearer, more evenly pigmented, glowing layer of skin can appear.