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JAN 2019

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SPOTLIGHT 26 @dayspamagazine • Januar y 2019 Enrique Ramirez, esthetician and founder, face to face nyc in New York City: The biggest mistake people make is taking hot, steamy showers, which strips away the natural moisture barrier. I'm not telling people not to shower, but to set the dial to lukewarm. Additionally, dry climates and harsh soaps can leave skin itchy, red and fl aky, and products containing menthol, eucalyptus or peppermint can be annoyingly drying, as well. Kathy Poel, owner and esthetician, Skin Care Plus in Grand Rapids, Michigan: Climate (as well as heat from furnaces and car heaters), cosmetics, hormone fl uctuations, not drinking enough water and poor diet can all be to blame. Aging is also a factor, although dry skin can affect people of any age. Describe your most effective hydrating ser vices. Ramirez: Our Super O2 Facial (75 min./$180) features the hydrating power of ECHO 2 Plus along with quenching vitamins A, E and C for a collagen boost. It begins with a refi ning scrub and milky cleanser, followed by oxygen-based masks and vigorous facial massage to stimulate circulation and toxin removal. For the body, the Scrub n Glow (100 min./$100) is designed to hydrate and soften with an exfoliating neck-to-toe mask containing grape seed oil, dimethicone and almond butter. We concentrate on the elbows, knees and heels in particular. If they get this once a month during the winter, our clients maintain smooth, velvety skin. Simonenko: I offer about 30 different treatments (50-80 min./$165-$350), but one trick I like to use for hydration is oils—they are miracle workers for locking in moisture, and in Las Vegas especially this is an absolute must! I also use LED light therapy, lactic acid and enzymes, rich and thick masks, and oxygen, all of which produce visible results that my clients feel and appreciate. Dubois: The Moisture Drench Facial (60 min./$107) helps replenish, smooth and calm the skin with deeply hydrating botanical serums, gentle exfoliation, and a face and neck massage using a gotu kola healing balm that renews and protects from harsh environmental elements. We call it 'nature's cure for thirsty, moisture-deprived skin.' Poel: I treat dry skin with the Elina Organics Hydrating Facial Treatment (75-90 min./$95). It utilizes a variety of products, tools and techniques, which can include the Botanical Cleanser for dry/ normal skin, Fruit Peel, hydrating mist, azelaic acid, and Amethyst Polish mixed with honey granules and massaged into the skin using jade or gemstone rollers. I also apply seawater pearl and probiotic masks, among others, followed by nourishing creams for the face, neck and eye areas. To help deliver the products deep into the skin, I love using galvanic penetration and microcurrent. These really help my clients see greater results. G.M. Collin Essential Infusion Dr y Oil gmcollin.com G.M . C oll in Glo Skin Beauty Hydra Radiance Peel gloskinbeauty.com iS CLINICAL Hydra-Intensive Cooling Masque isclinical.com Guinot Crème Hydra Summum guinotusa.com Ilike Organic Skin Care Hyaluronic Time Erase Complex Serum ilikeorganics.com Hyalogic HA Facial Mist hyalogic.com "Dry climates and harsh soaps, as well as products containing menthol, eucalyptus or peppermint, can leave skin itchy, red and flaky."

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