Anti-Aging

Facials (and skin care benefits)

by Renee on April 20, 2012

In addition to regular skin care, facials are beneficial for looking younger longer. Most everyone washes their face and uses a lotion for moisturizing everyday. Soaps and lotions can build up in the skin pores and leave the skin in worse health than it was before using the soap or moisturizer. Facials are a good way to maintain a healthy [ read more → ]

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The extremely dry air this winter is making everyone’s skin cringe a bit more than usual which has kept our esthetician, Olivia busy, busy, busy. We recently asked her to share a few of her skin secrets so that we could pass them along to you! 1. What are your favorite products? “You can’t go wrong with anything Vitamin C! [ read more → ]

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When you haven’t seen someone like an old friend (or lover) in a long time, what do you notice first?  Not their shoes, their handbag or their clothing — you notice their face.  You notice if they look tired with bags around their eyes, or if their cheeks droop a bit around the jawline, or if their skin is either [ read more → ]

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Facials That Skin Will Love

by admin on March 30, 2011

There are many claims about products enhancing skin or making you look younger.  The proof in any facial product is how it works for you. Many facial products use natural plant oils extracts in a concentrated form, and use them in the creams and facial masques.  Some of the most common ingredients & their skin benefits: Apricot kernel oil – [ read more → ]

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Chlorophyll Treatment to Help the Body Cleanse

by Mallori on March 28, 2011

There are various times when we feel that we need an extra boost or some additional protection from getting sick. The best thing that you can do is to purify your body by doing a cleanse. Often, people choose fruit and veggie cleanses combined with a foot detox. By detoxing, you will clean your body of impurities that may lead [ read more → ]

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Travelzoo: $89 for Two great spa treats!

by admin on March 8, 2011

For $89, enjoy a combo of two services: the Coppertino Bath Experience (reg. $85), plus your choice of a 50-minute Vitamin C Enzyme Facial (reg. $120) or the Deep Tissue Massage (reg. $115) Le Petite Retreat day spa has been praised by Vogue and Cosmopolitan The Coppertino Experience was named “Best Spa Bath” by Los Angeles Magazine The customized Vitamin [ read more → ]

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Top 10 Skin Care Do’s

by admin on July 13, 2010

When you’re taking care of your skin on a daily basis, or practicing good skin care by getting your day spa facial, there are a few things to know and always keep in mind: Take better care of yourself on a daily basis. Wear sun-protective clothing Apply sun protection with SPF and antioxidants, such as green tea, white tea and [ read more → ]

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Summertime Skin Issues

by admin on July 9, 2010

The long and steamy days of summer often hampers skin care, putting a damper on your complexion.  Microdermabrasion can help keep skin balanced and reduce extra shine.  But there are more dos & don’ts for healthier skin.Sun Damage DO apply at least 1 ounce of an SPF 30 broad-spectrum sunscreen, which contain’s protection against UVA and UVB rays to your [ read more → ]

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Anti-Aging: Reversing The Signs of Aging

by admin on June 25, 2010

Someone once said “Time may be a great healer, but it’s lousy for the looks”.  The signs of aging are obvious, yet we live in an age where skin care is at it’s most advanced, allowing us to prevent and treat the signs of aging like never before, with as many anti-aging treatments as possible. Fine Lines & Wrinkles: There [ read more → ]

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The Moisturizing Properties Of Jojoba Oil

by admin on June 12, 2010

The natural essential oil from jojoba seeds can benefit your skin, hair, and nails, while making your anti-aging program go a lot further.Grown in the Sonoran desert and surrounding areas of the US., jojoba is a shrub that is popular for the rich yellow-gold oil that is extracted from the seed. Native Americans who inhabited Northwest Mexico, used jojoba oil [ read more → ]

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