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  • Thinking about Micro-needling? Think again. If you are already dealing with any skin condition, why do you want to add another comorbid (unhealthy) therapy, when there are other skin conditions present which are hard to correct? Needles create artificial channels (punctures) in your skin creating more inflammation, more stimulation of hyperpigmentation, spread of infection and acne, and puts you at risk of forming granulomas and auto-immune reactions weeks or months later. If you are prone to scarring, why risk creating more? Making punctures in skin is an unnatural way of attempting to get products...

Do ANTI-AGING THERAPIES WORK? Weeding-out the Hype

“In 2017, women surveyed who said they routinely spend money on their appearance spend an average of $3,756 a year (or $313 a month), which adds up to $225,360 throughout their entire lifetime (ages 18-78). The survey also revealed that more than one-fourth of all appearance-related spending is on the face ($51,120), which is more than any other body part or area. Interestingly, the survey results indicated that people in their 30s on average spend more on facial moisturizer and anti-aging products than people in their 40s, 50s or 60s.”

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WHAT CAN BE DONE? (continued ...) Strengthen the tissue & supportive structures


  • Treat your neck like you do your face... Cleanse, Hydrate, Use Serums & Vitamins, Moisturize, and Protect from sun (sunscreen & antioxidant vitamins). Approximately 80% of skin aging is attributed to UV-exposure.
  • Get professional microcurrent treatments on a regular basis. Microcurrent is PROVEN SCIENCE, and will strengthen and help build muscle with regular use. Your professional can also recommend home-use devices which truly work.
  • Get professional LED (Low level laser light therapy/biophoto-modulation) treatments on a regular basis. LED is another PROVEN SCIENCE which will help build up the collagen and other structural...

Pearls, Raisins & Cornflakes

Healthy, new skin cells start out as rounded, plump, fluid-filled structures, moving from the lower layers of your skin up to the top (stratum corneum). They are bright, and reflect light (as represented by the pearls).

The closer these 'pearl' cells migrate toward the top, they begin to lose their hydrated center & rounded shape, becoming thinner and irregular in shape, dry, darker, and light absorbing (as represented by the raisins).

The top layer of the skin is known as the stratum corneum. It becomes like a sticky layer...

Ingredient Decks - 101 Why it is Important to Understand Them

Sometimes it seems people pay more attention to the label on a food product - counting calories, sodium, looking for gluten, artificial color/flavor/preservatives, grams of protein, etc.; yet so little concern is paid to what they are using on their bodies. It is ALL relevant, and the skin does absorb more than you think. Whether it's on the face, scalp, or body.

I pulled this random cosmetic label ingredient deck as an example - for education purposes only. Based on its ingredient deck, I can tell you it is a moisturizer (and a heavy,...



Here's The Science:

The outer layer of your skin (the stratum corneum or SC) consists of dead, protein-rich skin cells filled with water-binding chemicals (your natural moisturizing factor or NMF), surrounded by carefully arranged oily lipids (fats: mostly ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids). Constructed much like a brick wall, skin cells act as bricks and lipids act as the mortar. Together, these form a surface barrier preventing water evaporation from the skin into the environment, and protect against external irritants entering your skin.

When the SC's structure is disturbed, the skin becomes dry...


The breasts are a symbolically feminine part of the body which is so central to a woman's sense of beauty, self-confidence and health. Breast skin is uniquely delicate and gentle, warranting its own specific regimen. Estheticians target common breast skin issues, and can help you have healthier, smoother breast skin with less spots and undesirable benign surface growths.
Breast skin warrants special care. So don't ignore this area or under-pamper it anymore just because it lives under your clothes. It is possible to improve this delicate area.
Women are particularly vulnerable to breast skin aging due to...

New Professional Anti-Aging Protocols !

Don't eliminate your current regimen, just add one product...

As we age, the key components of the anchoring types of collagen fibers which lie in between the epidermis and dermis, becomes significantly disrupted, broken; and lessen in quantity, quality, and density. This loss of collagen -and- damaged collagen fibers leads to some of the tissue laxity that accompanies photo aging (the cumulative detrimental effects on skin resulting from long-term exposure to sunlight).

Skinplicity is introducing the NEWEST form of anti-aging Deep Vitamin A -or- Vitamin C Infusion Delivery Therapy. The...

D'Arsonval HIGH-FREQUENCY SCALP TREATMENT and 3-Step Essential Oil Infusion

This relaxing therapeutic treatment involves a 4-step process.

The first 3 steps involve manual massage of 3 separate,100% pure steam distilled essential oil blends (no additives, non-GMO, no chemicals, or diluants of any kind). These oils help to heal, calm itchiness, restore healthy tissue, stimulate circulation, neutralize free radicals, soothe inflammation, keep hair soft conditioned & protected; while they improve the health of the follicles, and supply vital nutrients and scalp-healthy essential fatty acids. The final step involves a D'Arsonval high-frequency scalp treatment for increased product penetration and additional benefits. See scientific info below.


Enzymes, Enzyme Peels, & other Unnecessary Up-Charges

 Some of my Pet-Peeves which spas pull on clients:


applied to the skin serve several purposes. They digest protein, and have anti-inflammatory properties. Enzymes are a great professional therapy to deeply exfoliate the skin by chemically breaking-down the dead cells (protein) on the surface without harsh exfoliating treatments and abrasives. A clean, exfoliated surface is smooth, brighter, more hydrated, absorbs actives better, and it glows! An enzyme treatment is sometimes referred to as an enzyme peel - just another term for 'up-charge".

There are several types of enzymes used in...

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