Category: Esthetician Advice
Food for hydration and health!
When it comes to wanting supple, hydrated skin, especially in the depths of winter, you may not realize that some of the ingredients you’re applying to your skin topically can actually do wonders in your diet as well. AVOCADO Filled with healthy fats, this green gem can be helpful in moisturizing the skin and help […]Read More
Untimely skin issues?
11 Common Causes For Adult Acne And Blemishes. 11 Common Causes For Adult Acne And Blemishes. As a skin care expert and esthetician, I’ve been asked every skincare question imaginable but the one I hear most often is, “My teenage years are long gone.Why do I still get blemishes and acne cysts as an adult?” Due to […]Read More
Just like plants and animals in nature, everything and everyone needs growth, rest and replenishment. In the summer our skin works harder to protect us from the harmful drying effects and inflammation from sun exposures. Winter and fall is the season for replenishment of antioxidants and nutrients that summer depleted. Come in and experience the […]Read More
Are facials customized to my skin type?
Are facials customized to my skin type? Custom facials use products and techniques precisely to fit your skincare concerns. Custom facials can address a variety of needs ranging from premature aging and environmental damage to acne flare-ups to a dull and patchy complexion. When it comes to your skin, we don’t leave anything to chance. […]Read More
Antioxidants: an add-on for facials to neutralize and protect
Here’s some good news for city dwellers! According to Elizabeth Tanzi, MD, founder of Capital Laser & Skin Care, topical antioxidants “can neutralize the free radicals from the pollution that causes skin damage”. A small change to your facial routine can help protect you from this very real concern. To add a layer of antioxidant to […]Read More
How Vitamin C saves your skin.
Our new Vitamin C facial is designed for all skin types but is specifically addresses anti-aging. It features Aveda Professional™ Vitamin C Complex and two powerful massage techniques that soften and loosen connective tissue. Both techniques are a form of myofascial release work that help unbind the collagen and elastin fiber bundles and stimulate the […]Read More
Must do’s for dry skin
To offer you the best possible service and why our guests choose Aveda over other brands. Use protective moisturizers that contain plant derived emolliants to prevent water loss in less humid, cold or windy climates like here in the PNW. Use gentle exfoliants to remove dead, and dried surface cells. Make sure to […]Read More
Cleanse. Tone. Exfoliate.
How many times have we heard this mantra. Washing your face is the most basic and essential step of any routine. It provides moisture and blood flow to the surface. Toning the skinRead More
Do I have sensitive skin?
Skin that’s quick to blush, itch, bump, or rash, or defaults often to dryness, needs careful care to stay moist, calm, and healthy. You can give your sensitive skin a boost by choosing products designed to cater to its needs. Typically, the fewer ingredients in a product, the better the chances it won’t irritate your […]Read More
What are the main differences between seeing a dermatologist versus an esthetician
An esthetician will be more knowledgeable about your skin care routine. A dermatologist can prescribe topical or oral medication. From an acne perspective, both offer effective solutions. Seeing an esthetician or a dermatologist can both offer great results. We treat all our guests with the goal of results and satisfaction. #Mainstreetdayspa#Skinconcerns#Goodadvice#Education#Facial#LindaMillerRead More