Skin Care Rehab: Products to Rejuvenate Your Skin for Spring post image

With the weather finally warming up, it’s a perfect opportunity to do some hard-core skin repair and rejuvenation. Like a snake, we need to shed our old dried-up winter skin that was abused through three months of harsh temperature extremes of freezing outside temperatures and over heated interiors.

Dr. Debra Jaliman, a nationally renowned dermatologist and author of “Skin Rules,” recommends exfoliating at the beginning of spring in order to shed our skin’s winter coat. She recommends pads impregnated with Salicylic Acid or Glycolic Acid or an exfoliator with Hyaluronic Acid to exfoliate the dead layers of our winter skin and bring out the new fresher layers. Hyaluronic Acid revitalizes damaged tissue and increases the skin’s viscosity and elasticity.

Here are some other products to help get your skin into tip top shape this season:

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Expert Advice: Top 5 Must-Have Skincare Products post image

 

The beauty world can be an overwhelming place, one where you’re flooded with countless products that all make big promises. All these options make it  hard to navigate what the must-haves are for your skin and what you can do without.

To help you figure it out, Anne-Cecile Curot, Aesthetician and Spa Director at Marc Harris salons in Boston, has shared her list of product essentials that should be in everyone’s beauty cabinet. [Click here to keep reading…]

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Expert Summer Beauty Tips


Having fun in the sun is what summer’s all about but, as with all good things in life, it comes at a cost. The sun’s powerful rays can ravage your hair and skin is you don’t protect yourself properly, leaving you with straw-like strands and leathery-looking skin come Labor Day. Fortunately, it is possible to avoid the damage without sacrificing time spent outdoors.

To help you stay healthy, protected, and beautiful this summer and beyond, we consulted with Beth Marcis, owner of Her Body & Soul spa and developer of three other in-hotel spas in Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Marcis is also launching her own His & Her Better Skin product line, offering all-natural and made in the USA products at affordable prices, ranging from $18 to $30 for a six- to eight-month supply of items like cleansers, serums and sunscreen.)

Read on for her tips to stay beautiful despite the sun and sand:

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