OCT 2013

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Behind the Masks Age-Defying Assets The spa pro: Michelle Frye, spa director, Omni La Costa Resort & Spa, Carlsbad, CA ( Mask of choice: Pevonia Lumafirm Repair Mask Lift & Glow ( Effects on the skin: This mask is Frye's favorite because of its ability to lift tired, aging skin while nourishing and hydrating the deepest levels of the epidermis. It's especially popular with clients who are concerned with uneven pigment and age-related loss of elasticity. Star ingredients: Kombucha, licorice extract, peptides and sorghum Why clients love it: "Used in our Lumafirm Lift & Glow Facial, this mask is a hit with our guests because of its powerful combination of ingredients," says Frye. "The kombucha smoothes and nourishes, the licorice brightens and the sorghum tightens. The facial promotes an instantly luminous and even complexion, delivering an immediate brightening and antiaging effect. It stuns our clients!" The Bright The spa pro: Devin Romero, owner/lead esthetician, The Treatment Room, San Francisco, CA ( Mask of choice: Rhonda Allison 12 Flower Mask ( Effects on the skin: Crediting its natural antioxidants and flower acids, Romero uses this mask as an anti-inflammatory, and for brightening and regenerating. Twelve flower extracts offer lightening properties as well as intense moisturization, while the acid contents allow for mild exfoliation, leaving dull and lifeless skin rejuvenated. Star ingredients: Hibiscus flower and lotus Why clients love it: "The mask is featured in our 12 Flower Facial and is completely plant-based, with no artificial dyes or perfumes," explains Romero. "Everyone loves this mask because it smells amazing, it's super-hydrating, and it's new and unique." 68 DAYSPA | OCTOBER 2013 © ALBERTO L POMARES G /GETTY Stuff

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