Hey there everyone!
I wanted to share some information about Laser Hair Removal. There are many people out there that are not sure if their hair color or skin type would be safe for the laser.
ALL skin types are safe and can be treated (unless you have laid in the sun recently)! The main thing you have to consider is your hair color. If you have red, platinum blonde, or gray hair, the laser unfortunately cannot treat that hair. You would have to be treated with electrolysis for your permanent hair removal.
If your hair is anywhere between medium blonde to black in color, then you’re perfectly able to get hair removal performed safely!
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I’ve had people ask me if they’ll get shocked or feel uncomfortable while having a microcurrent procedure. When you hear someone talking about having current go through their body, it sounds a little scary right? Not to worry!
We use the same current that is naturally flowing through our bodies. We use it to help put the muscles back where they used to be!
A non-invasive face-lift is the best way to describe it.
As for it being effective, look for yourself!
If you’re like me, then you love fall. Although, it can be drying on my skin and hair. I’m going to share some tips that work for me every year.
Keep that skin moisturized! I constantly wear a moisturizer under my makeup, as well as doing hair masks. I love coconut oil as a facial moisturizer and hair mask.
Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate! Chemical exfoliants, such as glycolic acid are great for getting rid of built up skin cells. Physical scrubs are great as well, just make sure they’re not too abrasive, such as an apricot scrub. It can actually cause your skin to be more irritated.
Drink plenty of water! This is the most important part, hydrate from within. Sometimes I feel like I can’t get enough water!
I hope you guys enjoyed these tips!
Let me know if you have any tips you’d like to share with me in the comment section.
Many people think that just because the sun is not visible, that they do not need to wear sunscreen. That’s not the case. You can get harmful UV rays from other places than just the sun, such as florescent bulbs, reflection off surfaces and cloud cover.
Florescent bulbs are found in many offices and homes. These produce UVA rays that can harm skin cells.
UV rays can reflect off surfaces like water, sand, snow, pavement, or grass, leading to an increase in UV exposure.
The effect of clouds can vary. Sometimes cloud cover blocks some UV from the sun and lowers exposure, while some types of clouds can reflect UV rays and can increase UV exposure.
Keep your skin protected with an SPF of 30 or higher all year round!