At some point in our lives we’ve all been down that isle in the store—you know the one— “the skin care isle.” For many, understanding what skin care products are a good fit for you is like trying to figure our what diets really work! There are so many options and so many brands all making the same claims but one costs more than the other; so does that means it works better? Do you have oily skin or sensitive skin? Lotions, scrubs, micro beads, toners, creams, masks, serums… Lets just say that if you don’t know what you are looking for specifically, you could spend FOREVER just browsing the.
“One must maintain a little bit of Summer, even in the middle of Winter” – Henry David Thoreau. With an average of 300 days of gorgeous sunshine in our Mile High City its easy for us to get our Summer fix. I mean, let’s face it, 65 degrees after a snow day doesn’t suck! But, with great sunshine comes great responsibility. It’s no secret that the sun is stronger here than most places in the country and a proper skin care regiment is mandatory for everyone; UV rays don’t discriminate. One of the most common signs of too much sun exposure is the appearance of sunspots, most commonly on our.
773,278 women and 128,292 men in 2013 made the decision to forgo the traditional hair removal methods and pursue something more permanent—Laser Hair Removal. If you are like any one of these hundreds of thousands of people then you understand the ubiquitous love hate relationship that comes with every shave, wax, or pluck. No one truly enjoys these morning hair removal ritual but they stick with them because of their end result—soft, smooth, and hairless skin. While shaving, waxing and plucking are the most popular hair removal methods, the biggest difference with laser hair removal is that its process provides a permanence that the aforementioned cannot deliver. At some point.