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Three ways to protect and maintain your even-toned skin this Summer!

Summer is almost upon us, and while we all look forward to some vitamin D, it’s important to remember that the sun’s rays can sometimes cause more harm than good. They can lead to dark spots, wrinkles, and even skin cancer. So, it’s crucial to take steps to protect your skin.

Below are three ways to lessen the damaging effects of Summer, while still enjoying it, and make your favorite esthetician happy!

    1. Wear Sunscreen to prevent premature Aging of the Skin:
      Think about it: Is a tan this summer worth the extra wrinkles in 10 years? UV rays cause collagen breakdown, contributing to fine lines, sagging, and wrinkles. But here’s the excellent news: You can reduce the signs of aging by making sunscreen your friend and reapplying it. I highly recommend Jane Iredale’s SPF brush; it’s not just a game-changer; it’s a must-have for effortless reapplication and a grease-free finish. Check it out here.
    2. Choose a melanin inhibitor to help maintain an even skin tone.
      Exposure to the sun’s UV rays can also cause discoloration and dark spots, giving you an uneven skin tone that increases the look of aging. But here’s a secret weapon: DNA Skin Institute Medi-Clear Skin Lightening Gel. This potent product suppresses melanin production and naturally decreases melasma and brown spots, giving you the reassurance of a more even skin tone. Try it out and see the difference for yourself.
    3. Consistent Facials= Long Term Results
      We all have recurring skin issues. You may have been on a long stretch with no acne, and bam, the summer leads to excess sweat and oil production, causing you to break out. Or that pesky melasma showed up after vacation. Whatever your recurring issue is, it is essential to receive consistent facials to achieve long-term results—just like exercise, we don’t want all of our progress to regress. Don’t let your recurring skin issues win; book your facial here.

Sending you love and wishing you glorious, protected Summer days,
Michele & Team

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