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Tired hands and feet !

During the first trimester of pregnancy, women can expect their nails to become dry and brittle. To help keep them looking as good as possible, it is recommended that you have weekly manicures to push back cuticles and keep nails healthy. Treatments such as paraffin can relax and soothe tired hands, and moisturize and soften the feet. Aching. swelling feet also are common during pregnancy and a light massage can improve circulation and reduce swelling. Discus  your favorite treatments with your skin care professional to discover what services on your spa’s menu can be customized for a mother-to-be.


Lavender

For harmonizing and balance, lavandula hydrida is a well-established folk remedy. Its scent is familiar and is regarded as one of the most therapeutically versatile essences. It helps enhance well-being to combat fatigue, and a lavender bath is beneficial to all skin types and can help relieve skin stressed by sun exposure.

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   Are you experiencing in grown hairs, whiteheads and razor irritation on your face and neck? Consider your   shaving style. If the razor goes up and down, left to right like a kite in the wind, it might be time for a change.     Begin your morning regimen with a gentle facial scrub. Then use a fresh blade and begin shaving at the upper right side next to the ear, below the sideburn. Carry the blade down, applying gentle pressure to the jaw line. Move to the left, shaving down in straight, even strokes. With your fingers, pull the jawbone skin up and shave the lower part of the face similarly, from right to left. Do not pass the jaw­bone. The neck is next. Placing the razor right underneath the jawbone, take the clean blade down over the neck toward the chest. Swipe only once, then clean the blade under hot water. Reapply the razor going down in a straight line to the next shaved area. Do not shave an area twice. When finished, apply a cool towel to your face. Avoid after-shave lotions with S.D. alcohol—ethyl alcohol—or any products containing menthol, mint, camphor or fragrance. They are irritating and often culprits of razor burn. Your skin care professional also should be able to recommend a beta acid lotion to break of the buildup in the hair follicle.

Seven Kinds of Spas
The International SPA Association has categorized spas into seven types. Have you tried them all? What kind do you prefer?
1 Club Spa—fitness is its primary purpose and a variety of professional spa services are offered on a day-use basis.
2 Cruise Ship Spa— provides professional spa services, fitness and wellness components and spa cuisine menu choices.
3 Day Spa—offers a variety of professional spa services to clients on a day-use basis.
4 Destination Spa—provides guests with lifestyle improvement and health enhancement through professional spa services, physical fitness, educational programming and on­site accommodations.
Spa cuisine is served exclusively.
5 Medical Spa—individuals, solo practices, groups and ~ institutions comprising medical and spa professionals
whose primary purpose is to provide comprehensive medical and wellness care in an environment that integrates spa services, as well as conventional and complementary therapies and treatments.
6 Mineral Springs Spa— offers an on-site source of natural mineral, thermal or seawater used in hydrotherapy treatments.
7 Resort/Hotel Spa—owned by and located within a
resort or hotel providing professional spa services, fitness and wellness components and spa cuisine menu choices.

 


Rhinoplasty

One of the most common plastic surgery procedures, rhinoplasry can help reduce or increase the size of the nose, change the shape of the bridge, narrow the nos­trils or change the angle between the nose and the up­per lip. It also can help correct a birth defect or injury, or help relieve breathing problems. Clients seeking im­provement—not perfection—in the way they look, who are physically healthy, psychologically stable and realis­tic in expectations, are the best candidates for this pro­cedure, which usually can be done on an outpatient basis. Your skin care professional can support the treat­ment with weekly lymphatic drainage, as well as hydrat­ing and oxygenating treatments. Botanicals and marine extracts in home care products also are recommended.

THE ROLE of AHAs

You have probably heard a lot about AHAs, or alpha hy­droxy acids, lately. AHAs often are found in creams and cleansers to help normalize cell renewal by loosening the sticky bonds between the skin cells as the skin ages or becomes damaged by the sun. Part of the benefit is in exfoliation, or the removal of dead skin cells, which ex­poses newer skin cells and gives skin a younger, healthier, more radiant appearance. On average, the skin takes four to six weeks to completely renew itself. In mature skin, the cell renewal and exfoliation processes diminish and dead skin cells tend to accumulate, making skin appear and feel rough, dry and damaged.
AHAs also help increase the skin’s moisture retention keeping the skin feeling soft and smooth. Clinical studies also have shown the benefits of AHAs in treating sun-damaged skin by helping to reverse some of the nega­tive effects caused by the sun on skin collagen and elastin fibers.
Discuss the benefits of alpha hydroxy acids in your home care products with skin care professionals and let them help you select products appropriate for your skin type.


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