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Enzyme Peels

An enzyme peel is a surface exfoliation that removes the top layer of dead cells without wounding the skin. It un­covers the underlying layers of younger, smoother skin with more uniform pigmentation, improved texture and contour, and a more translucent, glowing appearance. After the surface layer is removed, products applied to the skin, such as moisturizers, creams or lotions, pen­etrate it much easier and more effectively. Enzyme peel

"Enzyme peels provide instant, visible and lasting, effects for all areas of the skin including the hands, face and body."

improve all types of skin—dry, keratic, oily, combination, problem and acneic skin. The peels provide instant, vis­ible and lasting effects for all areas of skin, including the face, hands and body. Enzyme peels are mild and act on the skin slowly and gently; therefore they are an effective and safe treatment. Discuss this option with your skin care professional to decide whether enzyme peeling can benefit your skin condition.

Facial Redness

While exercise can be good for the body, it may not be as good for someone with rosacea, an acne-like facial disorder that affects an estimated 13 million Americans. A recent survey published in Rosacea Review found that rosacea sufferers nearly always are able to minimize flare-ups by modifying their exercise routine. Exercises caused flare-ups in 55% of runners; 46% bicyclists and swimmers; and 39% of those who performed aerobics. Moderation is the key to a satisfactory exercise program for many rosacea sufferers. Some steps to take include:

· Avoid heavy exertion or high-intensity workouts that cause overheating and bring on flushing. Replace with low-intensity exercise routines.

· Exercise for shorter, more frequent intervals.

· During warm weather, exercise early in the morning or early evening.

· Protect the face from the sun, and avoid humid, windy or cold weather.

· Make sure the room is well ventilated when exercis­ing indoors. Use a fan or air conditioner to avoid overheating.

· Keep as cool as possible. Drape a cool, damp towel around the neck, drink cold fluids, chew on ice chips or spray the face with cool water.

 

Expecting a baby?

While you are carrying that special person inside you. your esthetician can provide you with relaxing massages, whiten­ing facials. hody masks, skin condi­tioning treatments, detoxifying wraps, leg-reviving treatments, and waxing, manicures, and pedicures. Customized treat­ments can ease your discom­forts, help prevent certain side effects of pregnancy— such as stretch marks and hyper pigmentation—and prepare you for delivery. Ask your skin care profes­sional how she can cater to your needs during and after pregnancy to create a re­laxing haven for you. You will feel more confident about yourself and your pregnancy.

Tea Time!

The healing properties of green tea have put it in the forefront of today’s wellness news. Known for its versatile and positive properties benefiting the whole body, it promotes blood circulation and increases the body’s natural resistance, helping with oxygenation. Proponents of green tea claim it achieves greater harmony and improves the body’s ability to handle external physical and psychological pressures of life. Green tea also is said to prevent tooth decay and make teeth more resis­tant to acids, promote digestion and cleanse the body internally. So ... drink up! Look for restorative treatments using green tea at your spa as well. It is rich in healing properties, including vitamins B, C and B, polyphenols and alkaloids, and as a topical treatment during a facial, its anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and antioxidant promotes the body’s natural resistance to outside influences. 

 

Facial Experience

One of the first services you’ll see listed on most spa menus is facials—and usually you’ll find a variety of choices—from basic, deep cleansing, hydrating, aromatherapy or exfoliat­ing—to name a few. Every spa has unique names for facials, too, and customizes them to suit your needs. Although the choices can be overwhelming, an esthetician can decide what is best for your skin, based on its condition, history and sensitivities.

It’s probably safe to say that no two facials are exactly the same, because no two clients are exactly the same. Basic pro­cedures are similar, but the length of time spent on each step, the amount of product used and application sequences can differ from one client to another. That’s what makes facials, or any body treatment for that matter, so special. Caring for the face, one of the most exposed areas of the skin, truly is one of life’s rewards and part of your total well-being.

 

Homeopathy for healthy skin

Homeopathic medicine takes the entire body into consider­ation when dealing with a skin condition. A homeopathic physician would look at the client’s nutrition, skin regimen and stress level to treat or eliminate symptoms, and rem­edies to increase the body’s healing process are introduced. Homeopathy is based on the principle that “like cures like.” Following this principle, remedies extracted from flowers, herbs and plants are introduced to the body in small, diluted doses to strengthen the body’s natural immune and defense systems against the identified symptoms.

Leg therapy

From puberty to pregnancy to menopause and beyond. your legs are particularly sensitive during these life stages. and n is never too early—or too late—to take care of them Regardless of the problems you experience with your legs—whether it is pain. swelling, roundness, tin­gling or fatigue—there are remedies. Discuss your options with a skin care profes­sional. Hypothermia. lym­phatic drainage, wraps, pressotherapy and com­pression hosiery all are treatments that can help bring relief to your legs. You also can help your­self avoid leg fatigue by do­ing the following:

· Sleep with your legs slightly elevated by raising the foot of the bed about 1/2-inch, or placing your feet on a pillow.

·Avoid excessive heat from hot baths, saunas and whirlpools, and avoid prolonged sunbathing.

· Massage the legs during the heat of summer. Don’t use a massage glove, which is often too hard and can damage small capillaries. Massage gently, starting by stimulating the soles of the feet and move up gently toward the top of the thighs.

·Exercise regularly—walk, swim, cycle or get involved in sports that involve full, broad movements. Include both muscular and respiratory exercise. Cool the legs down as often as possible.

·Maintain a sensible and realistic weight for your height and body type

·Choose a balanced diet that is rich in vitamins C and E, including eggplant, carrots, spinach, oranges, grapes and blueberries, which protect the venous walls.

·Wear comfortable shoes. Heals should be no more than 1/2-inch high, with a plantar arch support.

·Avoid standing upright and stationary. If not possible, wear corrective compression stockings.

·Avoid sitting for prolonged periods of time. If not possible, sit at the back of the seat with legs uncrossed and knees gently bent.

·Wear support hose to stimulate return circulation.


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