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OCT 2018

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dayspamagazine.com • october 2018 • [ 51 ] RETAIL ROCKSTAR THE SPA Deja Vu Medspa in Goodyear, Arizona THE PRO Jennifer Dursteler, PA-C THE STARS Jane Iredale Hydration Sprays WHY THEY ROCK "Our clients love these sprays because we live in such a dry climate, and they know the importance that hydration plays in their overall skin health and appearance. Guests appreciate the different scent options and the ability to customize them according to their skin condition (dry, oily, inflamed or aging)—plus, they're a perfect way to set makeup at home or on the go. We also use the sprays as a reasonably priced add- on for finishing off facial services including waxing, dermaplaning and microneedling. They're gentle enough to use postprocedure and are even popular with our male guests. We offer a gift with purchase when clients spend a certain amount on Jane Iredale products, and selling these sprays has greatly increased our earnings." WHAT ARE THE BEST INGREDIENTS FOR COOLER WEATHER? Tammy Pahel director of spa Carillon Miami Wellness Resort Miami For cooler weather and in general, I'm always searching for ingredients that relax wrinkles. Macro hyaluronic acid, which has a plumping eff ect, is used in one of my favorite masks—the Sublime Skin Lift-Mask from Comfort Zone. Kombucha is also great for the skin because it contains B vitamins, caff eine and probiotics, all of which help with texture and clarity while combatting the appearance of wrinkles and fi ne lines; I love EmerginC's kombucha products. Vitamin C is a staple in my skincare routine, too—it's a powerful antiaging nutrient that rebuilds collagen, and its antioxidant properties also protect from free radicals. " " Marie Parodi spa director JW Marriott Chicago During the summer, sun damage tends to cause more fi ne lines and wrinkles, so when the weather starts to cool I recommend using Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Daily Peel pads. They contain a few diff erent ingredients for noticeably smoother skin: glycolic acid reduces signs of aging; salicylic acid helps minimize pore blockages and boosts natural collagen production; and malic acid supports cell renewal, fi ghts the appearance of wrinkles, exfoliates and moisturizes. u " " Denise Dubois owner Complexions Spa Saratoga Springs and Albany, New York To combat the dehydrating eff ects of cold temperatures, lower humidity and heaters in the home, I recommend gentle facial cleansers with marula oil, which is rich in omega-6 linoleic and omega-9 oleic essential fatty acids. This oil moisturizes and improves skin elasticity while reducing redness. I also like humectants, such as aloe vera, hyaluronic acid and amino acids, which absorb water molecules from the air or underlying layers of the skin and draw them to the surface. Finally, ceramides are essential for supporting the skin barrier and retaining moisture. " " Want to be quoted in DAYSPA? Visit dayspamagazine.com/quoted-in-dayspa to submit your contact information! building blocks quick question M O R E O N T H E W E B

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