!¡ Hello November!:

 

I think of November as a ‘transitioning’ month in skin care. Why? Simply because in the Central Texas area we gradually move from a warmer climate to a cooler dryer climate.

When the seasons change so does your skin.

In humid months the skin stays more hydrated, but as we move into a dryer climate with cooler temperatures the moisture can become depleted showing signs of flakiness, dehydration and eventually sensitivity.

Some things that can cause these symptoms are:

  • Cleansers that strip the skin
  • Over exfoliation
  • Buff puffs
  • Sulfates
  • Drying alcohols in toners

SOLUTION:  Osmosis Pur Medical Skincare Products

  • Cleanse – A gentle cleanser free of sodium lauryl sulfate; instead Osmosis uses soothing natural kiwi and kumquat derivatives to purify the skin. Results are refreshed, hydrated and radiant skin.
  • Quench – An intense moisturizer containing high amounts of hyaluronic acid, organic shea butter and jojoba seed oil to provide various lipids that restore the epidermal barrier.
  • Shade or Protect – Sunscreen that is broad spectrum and hydrating. Sunscreen is essential year round.

Following this simple regimen will alleviate any irritating symptoms during the fall and winter months.

If you’re unsure about your skin type or have other skin issues, schedule a FREE 30 minute consultation.

Here’s to your happiness and well being!

Linda Jenkins, Esthetician

 

 

 


Linda Jenkins

Linda earned her skin care license in Austin in 1999 and immediately began working in Austin at a high-end day spa. In 2000, The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa in Asheville, North Carolina, presented her an impassable opportunity. Her decision to relocate was to gain further experience and share her passion at this renowned historical resort nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She had tenure of 12 years with The Grove Park Spa family, four of which she was the Lead Esthetician.

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