Our Tips from theTreatment Room Page is geared toward providing your with Good to Know Information that you can use in your everyday life direct from our Estheticians. that you can use along with informative ideas to improve, and simplfy the care of your skin.
This information as provided is not in any way intendedt to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease, and is not intended as a replacement for medical treatment of any kind. If you have any concerns that may require medical diagnoses or tratment please seek appropriate assistance from a medical professional.
Winter weather is very depleting to skin. Here are some ideas for caring for your skin despite the harsh dry air of the season:
Heating systems especially those in large commercial settings such as places of business dry out the air, so consider installing a humidifier in your home, particularly in your bedroom, to put moisture back into the air and help prevent your skin from drying out.
Moisturizers are another survival tool to protect, and feed dry skin, however those containing waxes (even natural such as beeswax), heavy oils such as almond oil, butters such as shea, all petrolates, and silicones such as dimethicone are way too heavy, occlusive, coating, and prone to causing dead skin build up for the thinner skin of the face, and neck. Save the heavier natural oils, and butters for the skin of the body which is well equipped to thrive from such al skin especially Opt for