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Tinted moisturizer is a type of facial makeup that combines the benefits of foundation and moisturizer. More sheer and "breathable" than traditional foundation, it offers cosmetic benefits that regular moisturizer cannot. Tinted moisturizers offer a middle ground for those who dislike thick makeup but still want a hint of coverage, and they have become popular because of their light feel and natural look. Like foundation and moisturizer, tinted moisturizer can be used as a base for other cosmetics, but many women choose to wear the product alone.
Jean D’Arcel tinted moisturizer has a delicate mattifying transparency, which emphasizes the natural, fresh complexion. Light-reflecting pigments conceal small imperfections while moisturizing factors strengthen the natural protective functions of the skin and show anti-aging qualities. Application: After cleansing the face and neck and spread evenly.
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Fall Pumpkin Glycolic Peel Facial $95.00Rejuvenate your skin with Ma Jolie’s Pumpkin Glycolic Peel Facial for the Month of October. This light, gentle peel is a product intended to have an immediate effect in softening the stratum corneum and eliminating impurities and dead skin cells. The Glycolic Acid in our mask transforms dull lifeless complexions into youthful skin that radiates.
Pumpkin is a Rich NATURAL Source of Antioxidants and Enzymes that act like alpha-hydroxy acids. It has been known for Years that Alpha-Hydroxy Acids promote smoother younger looking Skin by increasing the rate of cell renewal. Pumpkin also contains over 100 beneficial nutrients, which may be used to help reverse the signs of aging.
age, month, if it’s the same time during the month
a change in exercise level
a change in eating habits
a change in medications/vitamins
change in residential location
Anything new to your lifestyle
Hormonal Acne can be a distressing and frustrating problem. First things first you need to recognize when and why this occurs. Get a pen and paper and write down the answers to when you first started seeing the changes?
Discuss with your Esthetician or Dermatologist to help conclude what might be causing the change in your skin.
HOW HORMONES INFLUENCE ACNE:
· Excess sebum, or oil gland, production (influenced by hormones).
· Skin cells that shed become abnormally sticky and accumulate, or clog up, in the hair follicle (influenced by hormones).
· Skin inflammation.
One very important step to your at-home skincare regimen is to moisturize. Acne patients often make the mistake of not moisturizing because they equate the oiliness on their skin with moisture. These are not the same thing, and it is important to prevent dryness. Think about it. If your Stratum Corneum (the outermost layer of the epidermis) is dry to the point of no breathing room, how will your pores be able to escape the congestion it has built up? I recommend Ayur-Medic Retinol Cream. This time released Retinol at 4% is a form of Vitamin A that plays an important part in anti-aging, resurfacing, and rejuvenation of the skin. It helps to diminish pore size, fine lines and hyper-pigmentation. Excellent for mature skin that has a tendency towards hormonal breakouts. Recommended as a night cream. You can purchase this product at Ma Jolie Salon & Spa.
The start of beautiful skin is a consistent skincare treatment and at-home regimen.
Face: rub a 1/2 dime size of Coconut Oil between fingers and pat on to freshly washed skin, adjusting amount used as needed per your skin type. If you’ve used the coconut oil cleansing method and have plenty of oil left on your skin after washing, you can simply pat dry and skip the additional moisturizing step.
Body: emulsify oil between palms until warm and melted and apply to skin.
Best place I’ve found to purchase Organic Pure Coconut Oil for individual use is Trader Joes.