Moisturizing facial and body skin is a “quotidien” practice, therefore it’s a formula and a healthy component for our well-being.
It makes sense that moisturized skin will perform better with electrolysis treatment versus dry dehydrated skin. Permanent hair removal performs electro-coagulation (current & water), enabling the destruction of the germinative cells and the release of the hair.
For best results after shower, body and facial skin must be patted dry and immediately, while the skin is damp, a moisturizer and a body cream should be applied to seal our own body moisture in before it evaporates. Scaling, dry skin is the result of lack of moisture in the epidermis (stratum-corneum), top layer of skin.
First – Remove debris and dead cells
Pollutants are not just dirty, they can clog pores and prevent new, younger cells from shining through. Preserve the skin luster with a good, everyday cleaning.
For facial care
An ideal skin-care routine includes a cleanser, a moisturizer, and sunscreen, plus an antioxidant (vitamins A, C, E) at night.
Second – Maximize your moisture
Apply daytime and nighttime cream. This is absolutely essential for any age – it will preserve and protect while boosting your skin to regenerate night and day. Skin needs a daily dose of water. Sodium hyaluronate or hyaluronic acid, helps the skin’s pH level for is best healthy functions. When used in cosmetics formulations at a high concentration, this ingredient leaves the skin plump and silky looking.
Third – Protect your skin all year
Sun exposure is the culprit of aging skin regardless of the season, the weather or skin type. Adequate sun protection is a must at a minimum of SPF 30 on the face, neck, ears, chest and hands.
Fourth – Stay hydrated
Drink plenty of water. Healthy balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, and fish provide the skin with good omega acid and antioxidants needed to maintain a beautiful glow.
Fifth – Beauty Sleep
Our beauty rest rejuvenates the cells in the body.
“Love of beauty is Taste. The creation of beauty is Art.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson