The SkinBase™ Beauty Blog
Would you like to have healthy glowing skin? The perfect physique? A healthier diet?… of course you would. Lucky for you we scour the web so you don’t have to and post some of the best ways to get that perfect lifestyle right here in the SkinBase™ blog.
Here we go again!
To find out if you’re our SkinBase FREE Facial simply take a look within this blog post…
We love our work at SkinBase, but we’re aware that we spend lots of our time staring at the computer screen, searching for beauty tips, chatting to our wonderful therapists online and of course making sure we share the very best in skincare tips and trends.
All this technology can play havoc on our eyes, and whilst this isn’t exactly our usual beauty news, we loved this blog post talking about quick tips to help reduce eye strain. Besides, how are you going to see how fantastic your skin looks after your microdermabrasion treatments if you eyes are itchy and irritated?
Anyway, have a read and try out some of the tips. Cool.
If you’ve already tried the SkinBase facial, we don’t need to tell you that after even one session, your skin will be brighter, tighter and glowing with good health.
We reccommed you try and leave your skin completely clean for as long as possible (bar the mandatory SPF – if we’ve told you once, we’ve told you a thousand times…), but if you want to add just a little glamour to your party look then take our minimal make up tips for maximum fresh faced appeal…
From using lip balm as a cream blusher, to using ice cubes as the answer to pore free tanning, read our top 3 make up tips here…
We’re loving this top tip from Facialist Abigail James on how to keep skin clear…
“Never wear full make-up when working out. Your body will try to expel heat and toxins through the skin, and make-up will block this. If you go red after a work-out, run a towel under cold water and press over cheeks in a downward motion to massage the lymph and cool skin”
In a word, yes! Microdermabrasion has been cited as one of the more effective ways (along with gentle acid peels) in helping to reduce acne and acne scarring. Take it from me as I’ve suffered from bad skin – microdermabrasion treatments have gradually become the first choice for many people who are searching for an acne cure that helps correct acne scarring.
Surveys suggest that 95% of adolescents and adults suffer with an acne scarring problems, so you should know that you’re not alone in your quest to find a cure!
Both microdermabrasion and chemical peels work by removing the top layer of dead skin, revealing the new, fresh and radiant skin underneath. Both beauty procedures aim to help clients rid themselves of irritating and unsightly acne scars, fine lines, uneven skin tones, pigmentation and blocked pores.
We’re often asked about the differences in the treatments, the intensity and the recovy time. So here you go – a crash course on whether it’s laser resurfacing or microdermabrasion which will be best for you blocked pores…