Skin Care

4 Products and Ingredients to Keep Clients' Skin Hydrated, Bright and Healthy

Jamie Newman | October 28, 2016 | 9:52 AM
Retinol: Retinol targets skin concerns like aging, discoloration and acne. PCA SKIN's R-OH collection uses a Omni-Some delivery system, so the formula stays stable on skin and penetrates through the deepest layers for 10 hours while your client sleeps at night.
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Chemical Peels: Peels help increase cell turnover, which improves surface texture and brightens skin. This is especially important for more mature clients because cell turnover slows down with age. Le Mieux's Perfect Renewal System is a two-part system that includes Mandelic Acid and Alpha-Arbutin as key ingredients to help unclog pores, brighten skin and improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles on the face, neck and decollete. 
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Vitamin C: C-Serum Seaweed Filtrate from Repechage is rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and more, helping to hydrate skin and reduce fine lines, while replenishing moisture to restore overall skin vitality. C-Serum, short for cytoserum, is comprised of our an EcoCert seaweed filtrate, a highly concentrated seaweed extract rich in 12 vitamins, including vitamin C, 18 amino acids,42 trace elements and minerals, and antioxidants. A must-have for soft and luminous skin!
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Cleansing Oil: When a client washes their face, it can strip skin of essential oils that promote healthy skin and hydration, thus drying the skin out. For fall, have them swap their summer cleanser for a cleansing oil if they have normal, dry or combination skin. Epicuren's 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil illuminates and hydrates the skin with grape seed, apricot and jojoba seed oils, replenishing the skin's barrier and helps reduce inflammation. 
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Common skin concerns include discoloration, dryness, aging and dullness. And it seems like as soon as summer is over and the first blast of cold, fall air embraces their skin, they are in the spa wanting an instant fix.

To help them combat and fight dry air, environmental aggressors and chilly weather, keep these ingredients and products in mind in both services and retail.

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