I keep my moisturizer selection pretty simple. Once I find one, I pretty much stick to it f o r e v e r. I like my skin to feel perfectly hydrated, no dryness whatsoever, more on the dewy side I would say. And I never like to ...
Serums are super important to any skincare routine when you are trying to address particular concerns. They tend to have a higher concentration of treatment ingredients and a lighter texture (smaller molecules) than moisturizer so that they can penetrate deeper into the skin to deliver those ingredients. Just like serums ...
I don't get the chance to work with children all that often, but when I do it's always a fun experience! Wyatt (the model) was so adorable and had quite an entertaining personality - it made the day fly by for all of us! He also somehow mastered his model poses so well, we were like WHOA! Blown away.
Watch out for Wyatt - I predict he will soon be stealing hearts all around the world!!!
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Makeup details: We were headed to the beach, so I applied Dermologica SPF 50 Solar Defense Booster mixed in with some Embryolisse moisturizer. And the shoot called for red lips, so I added some MUFE Flash Palette - Red to them. Done with my finger tips.
You guys, I tried microdermabrasion today!! And you know what? It was awesome!!
I'm usually a wimp when it comes to exfoliation treatments. Mostly because I have really sensitive skin. Sometimes treatments feel like they are burning my face off or I peel really bad for some crazy amount of time, so I just avoid them all together. My only exfoliation comes from Dermalogica's Daily Microfoliant which I do nightly.
But today, this treatment was not so bad! In fact, my esthetician - FOZ - said it would feel like a cat was liking my face, and it totally did. Which made this treatment super tolerable!
Immediately afterward, I noticed that my skin looked super smooth and the wrinkles on my forehead and neck diminished a bit (never seen that before, so it must have needed a good exfoliation!). Also, the big brown age spot on my left cheek was a tiny bit smaller and less noticeable. Anyway, I'll keep you all posted on how things go over the next week, so stay tuned!!
Soooooooo here's an update! Basically after the treatment, my skin was really dry for about 5 days afterward. No peeling, just really parched. I ended up using extra moisturizer and then switched to Dermalogica's Super Rich Repair at night and that seemed to do the trick!
I didn't have any peeling which I LOVED and my skin was really smooth. The brown spots on my face are less noticeable but I think my neck benefited the most from this treatment. It really needed a heavier exfoliation. There is definitely less crepiness and my skin looks younger in that area. (Also, just an FYI for those concerned about skin tags: the skin tags along my neck disappeared for a little while but came back 10-15 days afterward. This treatment did not create any new ones - yay!)
Overall, I think I will incorporate this treatment into my regimen maybe twice a year? As I didn't experience a lot of downtime and I liked the results. So happy my esthetician suggested microdermabrasion!!
Here in the bay, we've been rocking the nude makeup (no makeup) look for like ever but now I see it popping up in mainstream: Allure earlier this month and then Byrdie last week. It's something I get asked to do all the time, and everyone either wants to know how they can achieve this look without looking overdone or are completely afraid of showing off their skin. And to tell you the truth, I was ...