Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Three Ways to Get Skin Camera Ready for the Holidays

Oh, the holidays. Beginning with Halloween, continuing through Thanksgiving, and going strong into the New Year, these densely packed months rapidly turn into a blur of photo ops. Not feeling camera ready? Dr. Vish Banthia, founder of ZendyBeauty, the online beauty resource that helps you look fabulous at your price, gives three simple ways to help prepare you for your close up.


Lazy summer days spent at the beach fade into sun damaged skin, leaving your complexion looking red, mottled, and lackluster for fall. Turn back the clock by shedding a little light on the situation. IPL treatments even out skin tone, shrink pores, and treat rosacea. Added bonus, a recent Stanford University study showed that IPL treatments alter gene expression of skin at a molecular level. This causes older cells to behave and function like younger cells, proving that it just may be possible to turn back the clock.


If you feel as if life is starting to drag you down, elevate yourself with Ultherapy. This non-invasive procedure battles aging collagen by using concentrated heat to stimulate new collagen growth. Ultherapy treats the same layer of skin targeted in cosmetic surgery, the one that lifts, supports, and controls skin tension. Have a facelift without a scalpel and turn your favorite scarf back into an accessory, instead of a necessity.


Has your summer glow diminished, leaving you looking flat for fall? Freshen and brighten up your complexion with microdermabrasion. This simple, yet highly effective treatment cleans and maintains your skin. Microderm removes dead skin cells while stimulating new cell growth. Regular sessions can reduce the appearance of a number of skin imperfections, including fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and large pores. Slip into your dazzling party shoes and shine bright for the New Year.

Disclosure: I did not receive any products nor was paid for this promotion. I was provided info from the PR firm to share. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.

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