Monmouth Junction, NJ

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Body Scrubs, South Brunswick Township, NJ, Somerse

Types of Skincare

 
Take your morning or evening shower to the next level with an exfoliating spa treatment packed with pure body butters, plant oils and antioxidants (minerals and vitamins). Removes dead skin cells; softens rough hands, elbows, knees and feet and  improve circulation  Leaves skin healthy and smooth

An analysis of problematic skin - In spite of internal and external conditions, you can do something about acne scars, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles resulting from dry, oily, combination, sensitive or aging skin.

 
 

STRESS, DIET, MEDICATION, GENES, HORMONAL CHANGE AND AGING YOUR DAILY SKINCARE ROUTINE  CAN AFFECT YOUR SKIN TYPE



DO YOU KNOW YOUR SKIN TYPE?


DEHYDRATED & DRY SKIN 

Weather, genetics, hot water, lengthy showers/baths and artificial ingredients in cosmetic products can diminish the skin's ability to keep in moisture. Moisturizers plump up dry, dehydrated skin and makes skin less prone to fine lines and wrinkles.


Symptoms

Prone to fine lines and wrinkles

Rough or dull looking complexion

Scaly, flaky, chapped, itchy, cracked (sometimes bleeding), or red patches

Loss of collagen and elasticity


Wash your face with  a mild cleanser twice a day and follow-up with a toner and an antioxidant rich moisturizer.  


NORMAL SKIN

Looks healthy, supple, vital and radiant

No trace or oil or flakes present

Looks good at any age


Wash your face twice a day with a mild cleanser and follow-up with a toner and/or moisturizer.


OILY SKIN

The production of excess oil under the surface of the skin can clog and infect the pores, resulting in blemishes. Contrary to what many thought, oil does not make your skin more oily; the skin just needs the right kind of oils.


Symptoms

Shiny or greasy look, especially the

t-zone (forehead, nose and chin)

Prone to breakouts such as acne

Enlarged and clogged pores

Lacks moisture due to dehydration


Wash your face twice a day with a mild dehydrating cleanser, followed by a toner and moisturizer to lock in moisture.


MATURE/AGING SKIN

Your skin today is a reflection of what you did during your lifetime.  As we age, the elasticity and collagen have slowed down, resulting in the appearance of aging signs. Whatever the situation, there is one thing that we can do.  Keep our skin moisturized.


Symptoms

Age spots

Dry, Dehydrated skin and a leathery look

Lines and Wrinkles

Thin, sagging and skeletal 


Wash your face twice a day with a mild cleanser and follow-up with a toner and/or moisturizer.



SENSITIVE & IRRITATED SKIN

This skin type easily reacts to the environment and cosmetics with artificial coloring, fragrances and synthetic ingredients.


Symptoms:

Thin skin with pink or red hue and patches

Skin easily irritated by environmental conditions

Prone to breakouts (Acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis)


In the morning, wash your face with a mild facial moisturizer and a mild cleanser at night. Follow up with a moisturizer to lock in moisture. 


COMBINATION SKIN Unbalanced skin (a combination of dry, oily/normal  skin on the forehead, nose and chin)  

Symptoms:
Oily skin
Prone to breakouts (acne, blackheads, whiteheads)
Enlarged pores on forehead, nose and chin
Dehydrated

Wash your face with  a mild cleanser twice a day and follow-up with a toner and an antioxidant--rich moisturizer.


For educational purposes only.  Statements  contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat and cure or prevent disease.  Always consult with a medical professional before using essential oils or any other natural remedies, especially if pregnant or nursing.