Monthly Archives: June 2015

Did you know stress can effect the skin?

Did you know that stress can effect the skin? The mind and skin connect on many different levels. Nerve endings connect to the skin, and wraps around organs, so as emotions are played out neurologically, they can be expressed through the skin. Acne, eczema, hives, rosacea, psoriasis, alopecia (hair loss), vitiligo (de-pigmented white spots on the skin), trichotillomania (hair pulling) and self-mutilation disorders, many skin disorders take their roots from or place their roots in the psyche. Take acne, for example. When you are tense, your body releases stress hormones including cortisol, which may increase the skin’s oil production, making you prone to pimples. stress

Why do you need a professional skin therapist?

Just like you need to see a doctor, dentist or optometrist to help with your health and make sure your body parts are working at it’s optimum level.

Skin is in fact the largest living organ on the human body. It is used to defends against the external environmental and regulates the body’s temperature. It helps eliminate toxins from the body. It heals from cuts, abrasions and scratches, and it is continually renewing and protecting.
 Your skin needs as much personal attention as it does other organs of the body. A professional skin therapist can help with your queries or concerns. Better looking skin starts with healthy skin.

See the staff at Glow Beauty & Care for a professional prescription of products and skin treatments.

Winterizing your skin by Dermalogica


Some Winterizing skin saving tips are:

For your face:

For the body and hands:

  • Avoid hot water by using tepid water instead, pat skin dry, don’t rub and while the skin is still damp apply your body lotion immediately, avoiding those with artificial color and fragrance. Try dermalogica’s Ultra Rich Body Cream for supreme nourishment and protection from the elements.
  • With shower and bath products, avoid soap, artificial fragrance and high foam products as they dehydrate the skin. Alternatively add a few pumps of an aromatherapy oil to your bath. Try dermalogica’s Stress Relief Treatment oil andConditioning Body Wash.
  • Slough off dead cells effortlessly by adding HydroActive Mineral Salts to the bath for a relaxing and exfoliating soak. If your prefer to shower try dermalogica’s Exfoliating Body Scrub and use in gentle circular movements paying special attention to knees, elbows and hands. For super all over smoothness use with the Ultimate Buffing Cloth.
  • Opt for the paraffin dip the next time you get a manicure, it’s good for locking in moisture.
  • Wear 100% cotton gloves to bed over a healing cream like Multivitamin Hand and Nail Treatment, this speeds up absorption and you’ll wake up with super soft hands.