Skin in times of ISO....and the tools you can use help it.
Wowee, who would've thought... Iso 2020...???
8 weeks in, how are you all doing? I'm doing OK, if that includes 5 days a week drinking and rolling out at the end like a triple-stacker donut??? Is that OK? Haha!
I just thought I would touch base and check in with how your skin is going? I have had quite a bit of contact regarding flares of dermatitis and peri-oral dermatitis, dry skin and people simply feeling blah about their skin at the moment.
These times have been tough on us all, in so many different ways. There have been many things to grieve, whether you realize you are doing it or not. Be it not going to that wedding, birthday party, funeral (so, so tough), home-schooling, not to mention those struggling financially and mentally over this time. It's like a rollercoaster ride - one day you're fine and the next you're not.
Your skin will be impacted by all of these things as we are emotional creatures. We are also coming into colder months now too, which sees heaters on and skins more lipid dry. Feel free to drop me a line if you are noticing any of this - I'm still open for skin consultations and products. Anyway, to the point... I thought I would share with you, some of the things you can still do for your skin given I can't actually lay my hands on you professionally at the moment. Whilst your at home Dermaviduals regime is always the most important thing to keep up, here are 2 other aides:
AT HOME FACIALS
I have some incredible packs that I can put together for you to give yourself an at-home facial. Complete with your own customised products and instructions, these kits will leave your skin feeling plump, hydrated, exfoliated and super glowy. Who doesn't want a little at-home glow?? The kits are $50.
These are the absolute BOMB, given I can't actually deliver a professional skin needling session at the moment. Home rolling will deliver great benefits to skin types that suffer:
~ enlarged pores
~ fine lines
~ thin skin
~ wrinkles &
They will also increase the absorption of the products you are using at home. BINGO! Rollers are best used twice a week and a single roller will last about a year if it's well cared for. They are simply best in terms of value for money spent! Rollers are $140, ($1.35 per use, whoop!). MTS Roller devices are in stock right now. Beware of cheap imitations as the design and structure of the needles themselves are incredibly important so as not to actually cause damage to your skin! Kx.
If you have any questions, or would like to order any of the above, please drop me a line: