Have you ever tried new skincare products and after using them for a week or two, your skin starts to get rashy or you start having breakouts? If you’re like me, you probably think, Oh My Gosh, what in the heck is going on?
If you follow beauty news or have browsed the cosmetic section at a local big box store, you may have come across the word cosmeceutical(s). But what exactly does this mean? Is it a cosmetic, a prescription pharmaceutical, or another hyped up marketing word for cosmetic(s)? To answer these questions I’m going to guide you through the different definitions and opinions, the truth about making claims regarding results, what ingredients to look for, and give you the 411 on Mikel Kristi cosmeceutical formulations.
Post cosmetic treatment skincare guide: Let’s talk about something fun today!! Cosmetic Procedures!! Whether it’s a bit of Botox, a nice end of summer peel to remove a season full of sun exposure and reveal that gorgeous new skin , or maybe it’s a laser procedure to turn back the hands of time and get rid of wrinkles and sun damage…
Let’s talk about Vitamin C!!! Vitamin C is a true powerhouse! It aids your skin in a natural regeneration process, and that is how it helps your body repair damaged skin cells. There are three major antioxidant vitamins, beta-carotene, vitamin E, and vitamin C. And while all of them are critical to our health, Vitamin C takes the cake when it comes to skin care and skin health, so today let’s break it down!
Commonly used products in a beauty regimen are toners. But I get a lot of questions about just what they are? And what are the similarities and differences in toners and swipes?? Do I need to use both or can one replace the other?? So, let’s break it down.
Acne - This is one of those topics that affects many more people than you may realize.Not only have I struggled with it in the past, some of my long time patients and staff have dealt with this stubborn issue as well. It’s not just a teenage ailment. It affects many adults, specifically women well into their 20’s, 30’s and 40’s.
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