Save the Date!

Posted on March 06, 2016

Some of you may know that I am a member of Soroptimist International of the Sierra Foothills (SISF).  I have been a member for 2 years, and I am watching my own personal growth and friendships develop through the challenge of gifting my personal time back to the community where I grew up.

 

The Everything Correcting Beauty Routine

Posted on February 09, 2016

The Everything Correcting Beauty Routine Includes:

Colorescience Anti-Aging Serum to Hydrate & Treat the Skin while eliminating fine lines and wrinkles, Even UP Clinical Face Primer SPF# 50 to even out skins color imperfections and diminish brow spots,  Colorescicence Mineral Corrector Palette to cover and correct your skin imperfections,

Colorescience Sunforgettable Mineral Sunscreen Brush SPF # 50 to protect your skin from UVA & UVB Rays, Hydrating Setting Mist to set the mineral and refresh the skin throughout the day.

Love your lips!

Posted on February 05, 2015

If your eyes are the windows to your soul, then your lips are a reflection of your mood.  Like our moods, our lip color choices change from day to day; they can reflect how we feel.  Are you feeling boldly businesslike, perfectly put together, deliciously sweet, glamorously ready for an evening, or naturally earthly? However your mood inspires your lip color choice, first take a good look at your canvas (your lips).

 

Eye Care - For Your Eyes Only

Posted on September 29, 2014

As your eyes take in the world around them, they are bombarded by the elements. Because of the delicate nature of the skin around the eyes, they are more susceptible to bags, pouches, dark circles, and wrinkled tissue than the rest of your face. If you want to turn back the hands of time, start with your eyes.

Vitamin C For Your Skin

Posted on June 30, 2014
 

Vitamin C for Your Skin?

 

By this time of the summer we all have been reminded of the hazards and effects of over exposure to UV rays. For those who may ignore these warnings, my favorite saying to them is “If your skin could speak, it would be screaming!”  Estheticians can be the first line of defense in maintaining the health of your skin. After many years of service, I have learned the signs that trigger my referral to your dermatologist.
My motto: err on the side of caution.

Rosacea

Posted on April 24, 2014 | Posted under Rosacea

The Mystery Behind Flushing and Blushing

Flushing and blushing, visible signs of tiny or large red and blue blood vessels, lumps, bumps and pimples, thickening skin on and around the nose, watery, bloodshot, irritated, burning or stinging eyes are all signs of Rosacea stages 1-5.
Rosacea

Rosacea, recognized as a chronic skin disorder, is generally located in the cheeks, chin, nose, and on the very center of the forehead area. I refer to this as...

Building the Proper Skin Care Program

Posted on April 09, 2014 | Posted under Skin Care Program

Trying to navigate the sea of skin care in drug stores, department stores, cosmetic counters, websites or books can leave you feeling overwhelmed by the seemingly endless choices. When I started my business and entered the world of esthetics in 1995, it had not occurred to me the time it takes to build and plan the strategies for creating the proper skin care program for individual skin care needs. After all, no two skins are created...

Eyelashes & Mascara: A Bat of the Lash...

Posted on March 03, 2014 | Posted under Eyelashes & Mascara

When a woman finds a mascara that she loves, it becomes one of the most important parts of her makeup tools. Mascara is one of the first makeup items that a young lady will experiment with. When a woman finally finds that one mascara, “the love of her lash” she is likely never to part with it.


But, pay attention to this, there’s a new technology in town, and it is totally tubular and gaining...

The Quest for Better Skin: Battling Brown Spots

Posted on January 08, 2014 | Posted under Battling Brown Spots, skin conditions

Battling Brown SpotsBeauty is wasted on the young.” I can still hear my best friend’s mother utter those words as a swarm of us sixteen year olds stormed through her house, getting ready for our high school dances. I never gave it much thought, but now that I’m aging and having the same swarm of girls in our home, I’m hearing those words again, and I get it. If...

Get Your Gel On

Posted on November 26, 2012 | Posted under Trans-epidermal water loss

Trans-epidermal water loss - what is it? Well, just about the time we reach our late 20’s (when we least expect it), biological aging creeps in. One biological sign of aging is that our skin cells experience a loss of water (trans-epidermal water loss). Consequently, water is a key component of good skin care.


Topically and Internally
The largest organ of the body, our skin needs water to protect the entire body from...