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  • Writer's pictureShawnae Jebbia

Skincare… a Way of Life

Updated: Apr 10, 2023

The skin is a very complex system being it’s the largest organ of our body. If treated with special care, it can be preserved, protected and enhanced to look fantastic throughout our lifetime.

As one of my lifelong passions, I became a Licensed Medically Trained Esthetician/Skin Therapist and Makeup Artist ten years ago to ensure I had the knowledge I needed to keep my skin looking and feeling it’s best. Especially being a sun lover from California, and working on television in the Caribbean for years, I knew I has to start early and take my skincare routine very seriously.

The truth is that 70% of what we do is at home, although there are some incredibly result driven treatments out there that take back time, it’s really up to us to be committed each and every day to stay fresh, glowing and protected.

“ Of course, you know UVA/UVB Sunscreen is a must, but that’s just the beginning. Using active products such as, AHA’s, BHA’s, Antioxidants, and Vitamin A derivatives, Hyaluronic Acid, along with your SPF, are a must. The goal is to find products that are result driven, clean, and safe which can be challenging."

I always communicate to my clients that it is also necessary to see a licensed professional to get a few aggressive treatments throughout the year.

These might include Chemical Resurfacing, Microdermabrasion, Micro-Needling, Dermaplaning, Fractional Radiofrequency, Laser and Light Therapy (LED).

Many of these modalities create a controlled wound, either physically or chemically by exfoliating the skin to produce collagen. The skin goes in to overdrive to heal, which in turn stimulates the fibroblasts cells to make collagen and elastin in a more aggressive manner than on its own while in depletion.

I would love to be of service through a consultation on my website, to help you in any way I can.

Or, I can help guide you to find someone that offers services for a plan that fits your lifestyle. This business has a few tricks for a quick fix, but what I can tell you from my experience is that we want to build lifelong relationships with our clients as our skin changes over time, and we ourselves first have to commit to making skincare a way of life, for good.

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