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To kickstart the year (and your skin), Skin Perfect owner, Jaclyn Peresetsky, runs down her top 7 skincare resolutions.

  1. Never go to bed without washing your face.
    This is allows your skin to breathe, sweat out toxins, allow the oils to secrete and rebalance your skin, and allow your skin cells to regenerate.
  2. Wear sunscreen every day.
    You are still getting UV exposure even on cloudy days.  A physical sunscreen with zinc and titanium dioxide will reflect the sun’s light, not absorb it.
  3. Maintain a regularly schedule facial every month.
    Minimally you should be getting a facial every month by a skincare professional in order to properly exfoliate, nourish, and turn on the rejuvenating cells and youth factors.
  4. Schedule a deeper chemical peel, microneedling, or advanced LED (light therapy) treatment every quarter.
    Doing an advanced treatment will help to rev up your skin to see greater results.
  5. Integrate a new skin therapy regularly to challenge your skin.
    Try a new therapy such as Microcurrent, Nano Current, LED, Cryotherapy, or Intensive FSD (Fractionated Light Therapy).
  6. Only wear makeup that is beneficial for your skin and not harmful or clogging.
    Select makeup that is nutrient rich with ingredients that are going to nourish and improve your skin.
  7. Switch out at least one skincare product every three months.
    Mixing up your skincare products will keep your skin constantly changing and challenged to continue to get positive results.

For more information on how to maintain healthy skin or for a facial skin treatment, call either of our Skin Perfect locations:

Columbus, Ohio – (614) 762-6623
Naples, Florida – (239) 262-5110

 

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The Details

Skin Perfect family sending aid to Honduras after two Category 4 hurricanes devastate Central America

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Rescue efforts in Lima, Cortés, located in the Northern part of Honduras. Honduras has been badly hit and accounts for the majority of lives lost in the storm so far. Photo: Gilda Silvestrucci

The family of Jaclyn Peresetsky, owner of Skin Perfect Spas, is asking for your support to help the families across the country coping with the devastation left behind by two hurricanes. The severe and ongoing flooding is wreaking havoc on an already fragile Central American country ridden with gang violence and poverty.

Skin Perfect Spas are collecting supplies that will help families rebuild and recover.  The Peresetsky’s will be traveling to Honduras December 17-24th on a Mission Trip and are collecting donations to take with them. Items needed include:

Clean up tools and supplies:

Baby Items:

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                                         Maksym, Dmitry, Jaclyn, and Misha Peresetsky

Hygiene kits:

Food and clothing are less difficult to find at this time and are better resourced in the country itself with monetary donations.

Stop by any Skin Perfect Spa between now and December 16th to donate to this important and worthwhile cause.

 

 

Even though caring for your skin and beauty needs is our #1 priority, we have an equally important task which is to provide a peaceful refuge for our clients to feel calm and relaxed while they are with us. Our spa is a place where you can come and unwind and forget about whatever is happening outside. We all need a break from the outside world, right? Read below to see all of the elements of our spa that we provide for including:

Calming essential oil diffusers in every room, including our reception area, tranquility waiting room, restrooms, and esthetician prep area.

Skin Perfect Spas Essential Oil Diffusers.

 

Several lab studies have confirmed that diffusing essential oils like lavender have been shown to reduce stress and help relieve anxiety in medical patients. Preliminary studies have also shown that oil diffusers can help alleviate symptoms of depression.

 

 

 

 

Heated beds in the treatment rooms.

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The heat emitted by the pad penetrates deep into the muscles. This aids with relaxation within minutes that help relieve stress and pain.

 

 

 

 

Lavender scented, heated neck-wraps which are given as soon as you get into the warm treatment bed.

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The heated wrap can soothe stiffness in the neck and shoulders and penetrates within minutes for maximum relaxation.  Pair that with the scent of lavender that will make you sink deeper into relaxation and tranquility.
 

 

 

 

 

Himalayan salt lamps in each treatment room to cleanse and deodorize the air.

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These lamps can also boost mood, improve sleep, ease allergies, and help people with asthma breathe better among other benefits.
 

 

 

 

 

Hand and arm massages or décolleté massage depending on your service.

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Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension and it can produce feelings of caring, comfort and connection. Something we all could use right now.
 

 

 

 

 

Calm, peaceful spa music to relax your mind as you enjoy your treatment.

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Relaxing music triggers changes to the body that in many ways mimic a sleep state. It can cause a slower heart rate, slower breathing, and lower blood pressure. Music also has a soothing effect on our emotional brain, easing stress and anxiety.

In addition to all of these elements, we are always concentrating on the sanitation and cleanliness of our spa to ensure the health and safety of all of our clients, staff, and families.  For a full list of these measures please read our previous blog post Safety and Virus Protection Plan.