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  1. Introducing our new…Drumroll…Clarifying Clay Mask!

    Introducing our new…Drumroll…Clarifying Clay Mask!

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    By: Erica, National Training Manager

     

    I’m so excited for the newest addition to our face category – the Clarifying Clay Mask. I have an oily/problematic skin type, so breakouts for me are inevitable. This gentle and hydrating clay mask uses kaolin clay to draw out impurities, while arnica and witch hazel calm and balance oil production. Personally, I love that afterwards my skin doesn’t feel completely stripped and tight, which is never a good sign. I’ve recently discovered that I have a heavy hand while applying masks, so I give it 10-15 minutes to dry before I then, BUFF IT OFF.

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  2. M+G Facial Cleansing - First You Feel It, Then You Don’t.

    M+G Facial Cleansing - First You Feel It, Then You Don’t.

     

    Facial_Cleansing_Oil_BlogBy: Erica, National Training Manager

     

    Let’s all give a warm welcome to our newest product, the Facial Cleansing Oil.

    This emulsifying deep pore cleansing oil balances all skin types, rinsing completely clean from the skin. The base of grapeseed, avocado and olive oils cleanse and hydrate, while

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  3. New Year, New Face.

    By Erica, National Training Manager

    2014 has started with a bang and a string of snow and ice storms. No one has been safe from extreme icy temperatures! If anyone is like me, these dry temps are wreaking havoc on your skin. As soon as the needle drops, I pull out the big moisturizing guns. On those days that my skin is extra parched, I intensify my skincare regimen by adding in a few extra steps of TLC. Let me take you through my super hydrating and brightening routine…

    • Day 1 PM: I start by cleansing with the Grapefruit Face Cleanser and following up with the 10% Glycolic Pads. These have been in my regimen for awhile now so I use them as an overnight treatment, but
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  4. Seasonal Changes + Our Skin

    by Brian Lynch, Training Manager

    Something I have been hearing a lot lately is how our crazy weather has been wreaking havoc on everyone’s skin!  This is of specific concern for those of us who live in areas with distinct seasons (like New York!)  Fall is a common time of year for break outs – even for those not usually prone to them. Breakouts increase during Autumn as the skin’s oil production adjusts from summer humidity to the cooler October air.  This can create layers of dead skin cell build-up (note: flaky, dry skin). The result is trapped oil and bacteria underneath the surface of the dry, dead skin, resulting in an increase in breakouts.

    Any

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