September, 2016 Hydrating and Relaxing special

I hope that you and your family had lots of summer outdoor activities which is great for the body, charging it with vitamin D. But the biggest organ of your body -skin- gets stressed out and needs every day care with appropriate skin products like hydrating cream, exfoliating scrub, protecting sun block together with consumption lots of water (half of your weight in oz) and right supplements and food, filled with vitamins, minerals and anti oxidants.

Thinking of you and your skin needs I prepared my Hydrating and Relaxing treatment for face and back.

First part of this treatment is a relaxing and hydrating back treatment (30 min) combining application of smoothing and softening skin Pumpkin fruit enzyme scrub, massage with Pomegranate Nourishing massage soufflé, followed by hydrating and re-energizing Seaweed mask.

Second part of this treatment is a revitalizing and hydrating Balancing facial (45 min) with application of rejuvenating Papaya enzyme scrub; massage of face, neck and décolleté with Jojoba and Apricot softening and hydrating oils, followed by seaweed based nourishing, hydrating and revitalizing Balancing mask.

After this treatment your body and mind are relaxed and reenergized, your skin is hydrated and happily glowing.

The price of this treatment is $150 (1 hour, 15 min).

My September, 2016 Hydrating and Relaxing special is:

Book Hydrating and Relaxing treatment for face and back

And get Free

Nourishing and brightening Eye hydrating treatment ($20) to improve the area around your eyes

Plus get 20% discount on the following products to maintain the health of your skin:

  • Intensive hydrating cream for face, neck and décolleté from Klapp (regular price $100)
  • Hydrating anti puffiness eye cream (regular price $50)
  • Rejuvenating body lotion from Image (regular price $35)

This Special starts on 09/13/16 and will end on 09/30/16

Enzyme action

Enzymes are substances that act as catalysts in living organisms resembling chemical reaction machines. These reactions allow the cells to build thinks or take them apart as needed. They do everything from breaking glucose down for energy release to building cell walls. Without enzymes we would never have wine and beer, baking and pharmaceutical industries, medicine and the skin industry.

Enzymes used topically are commonly derived from different fruits and plants such as pumpkin, pineapple, kiwi and papaya. By nature’s design enzymes deliver lots of skin benefits. For example, papaya and bromelain enzymes more gentle, while pumpkin enzyme can be more active and aggressive with the same digestive properties that dissolve dead cells protein. It is important to choose right one depending on skin conditions and concerns. I would choose papaya for sensitive skin and pumpkin for thicker, more resilient skin.

Another important condition for enzymes activity is water, which is regulating almost every enzymatic action. So to act they have to be in liquid. Our natural epidermal enzymes also require water to be active. That’s why it is so important to drink enough water to properly hydrate the skin.

By combining enzymatic activity with slightly more aggressive alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) or beta hydroxy acids (BHA) or both, which is depending on client’s  skin type and conditions, it is possible to boost activity and result from any enzyme & chemical peel treatment.

I get amazing results to add on an enzyme exfoliating treatments to my facials, deep pore treatments, microdermabrasions and chemical peels or combinations of them together.