Category Archives: Skin Care

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Life Face Lift: Fight Aging Naturally

Use your own platelets to regenerate tissue naturally; this is the precursor to stem-cell therapy. In the past 20 years, the discovery of activated blood platelets that release healing proteins or growth factors has continued to expand. Learn more about this safe and unique process of increasing the baseline concentration of these platelets, yielding a powerful cocktail of growth factors.

The Life Face Lift™ is a non-surgical form of facial rejuvenation that uses your own natural blood cells to lift and restore the healthy glow to the skin on your face. Who can afford to take time off from work to recuperate from an aggressive surgical procedure like a face-lift or laser resurfacing? Our Life Face Lift™ requires no downtime! This procedure improves dullness, lack of color, sagging and wrinkles that appear on our faces as we age. SKNbEAUTY™ offers the Life Face Lift™ to enhance your facial structure and appearance without invasive surgery.

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See how PRP Life Lift is done

The aim of the Life Face Lift™ is to make your skin appear younger with more volume, better color and a healthier radiance. Although some changes may be subtle, the results can be impressive – leaving you with a more youthful complexion and a lustrous glow in the twilight! Ideal candidates for this procedure are women who are not seeking the dramatic results of a face-lift, or those who would never consider other injectable fillers. If you are looking to give your face a striking, more gleaming and natural appearance, treat yourself to SKNbEAUTY™ Life Face Lift™. If you have questions and for appointment schedule, please call (561)756-8108. 

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Protect Your Eyes: How to Shop for Sun Glasses that Works

Our skin gets more attention during this season than protecting one of the most precious parts of our body—the eyes. It’s better for us to discuss why we should take care of our eyes too. Just as how UVA and UVB destroys our skin, it also has an effect on our sight. Style matters less, but protection does. What’s more, UV damage is cumulative, so every time you step out in shades, you’re doing your eyes a favor — and staving off potential sunburn of the cornea (the eye’s outer layer) or conjunctiva (the layer that lines the eyelids), as well as preventing cataracts (clouding of your eye’s lenses) and macular degeneration (retinal damage that leads to vision loss). Here’s a brief friendly reminder for all.

Wear sunglasses in summer

Wear sunglasses in summer

What is the difference between UVA and UVB rays?

The sunlight that reaches us is made up of two types of harmful rays: long wave ultraviolet A (UVA) and short wave ultraviolet B (UVB). Basically, UVA rays can age us and UVB rays can burn us. Overexposure to either can damage the skin. There’s also a third type of ray, UVC – these are the shortest and strongest, but thankfully they’re absorbed by the ozone layer and don’t typically reach the Earth.

UVA rays penetrate deep into the dermis, the skin’s thickest layer. Unprotected exposure can lead to premature skin aging and suppression of the immune system. And when your skin’s defenses are down, you’re at risk for skin cancer.

The intensity of UVB rays vary by season, location and time of day, with 10AM to 4PM being the peak hours. Sunburned skin doesn’t just feel awful, it can cause permanent damage over time.

 

Is eye protection more important in summer than at other times of the year?

Just as how important SPF to us, wearing sunglasses should be worn all year long.

 

Are any sunglasses shapes better than others?

If you opt bigger frames like those of the Kardashians, you are doing yourself a good favor.  Others wear sporty wraparound frames. Those are designed to allow the least amount of light to come through.

 

Can I get cheap $5 glasses from the sidewalk? 

Would you believe some of those offer solid protection from UV? The downside of it is that cheap glasses have low quality lenses. You don’t want to distort your vision, don’t you? Additionally, the frames are usually made of cheap materials that they don’t hold up to normal wear and tear.

 

Is lens color important when it comes to blocking UV rays?

Color lens are actually just for personal preferences.Lens color doesn’t affect the ability to block UV. You can even wear a clear lens that has UV-absorbing properties.

 

What do “polarized” lenses do?

I use polarized lenses when I work on the computer because ‘Polarized Lenses’ are designed to reduce 100% of reflected glare. the kind of glare that comes off water, snow, road surface when driving or walking, and computer screens. Polarizing filters operate like venetian blinds — only allowing one direction of wavelength to pass through. You can now decide whether to choose between tinted lens or polarized ones.

 

Are darker lenses more protective?

Not always but darker lenses allow little light to pass through. There are people with certain eye disorders that may not need darker lenses.

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3 Best Winter Wedding Skin and Makeup Tips for the Bride-To-Be

Wedding in winter sounds magical, but taking the event indoors gets a little bit tricky and toasty. Though your skin don’t break out around this time of year, your face is prone to patches caused by dryness and direct sunlight. Put on hold your ‘facial’ appointment until you read these simple steps in achieving that supple look on your big day.

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Scaly Scare

Dry winter air and heater triggers dry patches, dull complexion, redness, flaky, increase in age spots, and paper-sensitive skin. The only key to prevent these conditions is prevention. “Don’t wait until your big day! Start 3-6 months before your wedding date.” says Dr. Jovy Eusebio, aesthetician and owner of Potomac Skin Care. Transformation is easy, commitment to achieve a beautiful skin takes a lot of effort. But for immediate moisturization, you can tame flaky skin beside the lips, under the eyes, and jaw lines by ‘dabbing’ on Obagi Hydrate Luxe.

Building the Foundation

Think beyond the I Do’s. There’s no much time for retouch so you better start laying the best makeup foundation to last the whole day. It should be sweat-proof and sheer light. Totalbeauty.com listed the 7 best foundations in the market. Just remember to test it a month before the big day. If allergies occur, visit your skin doctor immediately.

Pink Cheeks and Blush

The key here is to make you look full of life not frosted! The best blush makeup I recommend to all gorgeous women out there is NARS.  It offers a range of translucent, natural shades, each with a subtle pink for natural blush undertone, created to highlight the complexion. If you are looking for a substitute that costs under $20, try mineral makeup blush. Mineral makeup blends smoothly on any types of complexions.

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How Mineral Makeup Can Harm Your Skin

Natural Makeup Ingredients

What’s in your makeup? Check out the contents of your makeup to avoid skin irritation and allergies. If you see one from this list, ditch the product.

Mineral makeup is a type of makeup made from powdered minerals. It is best to apply with a use of brush to even out your skin tone and maximize its coverage. It’s best known to have that shimmery finish.  Mineral makeup perfects highlighting cheekbones  and sweep bronzer on collar bones. 🙂

However, some experience skin irritation after using mineral foundation, because some mineral makeup brands contain manmade chemicals that could be harmful to sensitive skin. If this happens to you, stop using the product and consult your dermatologist.

What ingredients may cause this irritation?

Bismuth oxychloride is an inorganic white powder. It is a byproduct from refining lead, tin, copper, silver and gold ores. Bismuth is not safe for use in makeup without refinements and it has to be combined with water and chloride — a compound derived from chlorine. Mineral manufacturers add this to their products to give your skin an “unnatural” shimmery effect.

Mica is listed as moderately hazardous in a Cosmetics Database website. Why is that? Mica is a silicate mineral, that comes from the earth’s mineral rocks (for example, muscovite). In 2010, Dr. Mehmet Oz exposed the dangers of mica in mineral makeup. Over time, according to Dr. Oz, mica can cause scarring, inflammation and lung disease in people who use it often.

Boron Nitride is a manmade chemical that offers great adhesion to your skin. It also helps mask the appearance of fine lines. Remember, not everything that gives instant beautifying effect are good for you.

It’s best for you to trust only the products with high-grade materials and not just the brand.

Are you a mineral makeup enthusiast?

Lemme know what ya think of mineral cosmetics in the comments!