If you suffer for acne-prone, blemished, irritated skin, the solutions that you are often offered from medical professionals are often too harsh. In this video, I offer you gentle skincare and tips for acne prone and oily skin. Acne prone skin needs to be taken care of to heal and I feel that often the solutions found in drug stores are...
The topic of mature skin makeup has been a popular topic of discussion on my Facebook business page, so it was time to redo and post on here as well.
In this video, I summarize the 4 main areas of concern: skin, eyes, lips and cheeks and make recommendations on the types of products you should be looking for if you're 35+ and are starting to see fine line forming.
If you're not using oil or water serums in your skincare regime, it's never late to start! Serums deliver concentrated doses of ingredients to tackle a variety of skin concerns - aging, lacklustre skin, dehydration, dryness, and so on. In this video, I explain the difference between these two types of serums and show you how to use oil and water serums, correctly!
When was the last time you cleaned out your makeup and skin care products? With the arrival of spring we all think about cleaning "stuff out" around the house, so the advice I give you about how to do this for your cosmetic products is extremely important because this stuff goes on your skin, eyes, mouth! Clean out the expired stuff, wipe down everything, replace what you need and don't forget to wash those brushes at least once a week!
Here's how to do that:
1) use a mild soap or the shampoo you use for your hair
2) get the brush bristles wet with lukewarm water -never get the rest of the brush wet! It'll cause the glues to weaken and the brush will eventually fall apart on you
3) add a drop of soap/shampoo into your palm
4) dip the brush bristles into the soap and swirl to a lather
5) gently rinse the bristles with lukewarm water
6) shape bristles back in shape and place wet brushes on a ledge or over a vent to air dry