Posts Tagged "winter skincare"

Your Lucky Day!

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your Lucky Day!

Free Wax!                                                                                                              Complimentary underarm wax ($20 value) with any booked waxing service. No more 5 o’clock shadow…Trust me, you will love it!   Book any Dermalogica facial through the end of the month, and receive a complimentary Dermalogica 10 Product Sampler Pack!  Not only will you fall in love the products, your skin will be super lucky for the extra pampering!!       **Please book your services by March 31st, 2017. St. Pat’s Promotions must be...

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Santa Brought You Coal?

Posted by on Dec 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Santa Brought You Coal?

    Looking for a clear complexion and a fresh healthy glow this holiday season? The answer may very well lie in charcoal. That’s right, the beauty industry is a-buzz with charcoal and for good reason! Charcoal (and no, not the kind you use cooking up some BBQ chicken!) is a like little a detox cleanse for your skin. A naturally porous substance, it’s known for heavy-duty dirt lifting, while ridding the skin of excess oil and drawing out any bacteria. This facial will purify. This facial will brighten. This facial will calm. This facial will refine. Heck, this facial WILL save your...

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Sunscreen This Winter?

Posted by on Dec 7, 2014 in Featured Posts | 0 comments

Sunscreen This Winter?

Do You Need to Wear Sunscreen in Winter? UV rays, which causes skin aging, are out all year. Yes, you may notice that the sun rays feel “less intense” in the winter. They are to some extent because UVB, the summer sunburn ray, is much less prevalent. This is also the ray that makes vitamin D. But don’t be fooled.  UVA is out in full force; it is as strong in winter as it is in summer. It causes skin aging and irregular pigment, like melasma and sun spots. To prevent skin aging and irregular skin pigment, you need broad spectrum sun protection all year, including fall, winter, and early...

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