Exfoliate. Exfoliate your skin to remove dry skin cells – you can use a sugar or salt based exfoliant or try a body glove. Keep it handy in the shower and exfoliate a few times a week – you will notice an improvement in the tone and texture of your skin quickly.
Condition. Cold temperatures and dry air can wreak havoc on your hair. Spring is a perfect time to use a hair masque to add incredible moisture and shine to your hair. Need a suggestion on the right masque...ask our studio manager and master stylist firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protect. Protect your skin from the sun with a daily application of SPF. Try a two-in-one moisturizer and spf product like B. Kamins bio-maple day lotion or go organic with Eminence'sTropical Vanilla Sun Screen or Sun minerals. Don't forget your hair, Goldwell's Sun Reflects protects your locks with SPF.
Hydrate. Drink lots of water to hydrate your skin and body, but also lock in hydration with a good moisturizer. You might need to change up your product with the season changing and there are great products in various sizes and prices. If you need help choosing, come in and see us today or email clinical esthetician email@example.com.
Don't forget the tootsies. Soon it will be sandal season and it's time to get the toes in tip top shape. Try a foot scrub in the shower to help remove dry skin, apply a foot cream at night and try a little cuticle oil (solar oil $4) to get the toes ready for the big unveil. Pedicure season is here!
We would love to hear some of your spring beauty rituals...share with us firstname.lastname@example.org! We will include the best tips in our next newsletter.