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What should I be doing at home for my skin?

Updated: Feb 23

Often times my clients ask me what they should be doing at home for their skin, what's necessary and how often should one get a facial. Well, here's my answer to the first question, "What should I be doing at home?"


Let's face it, there are so many products out there that a person could go insane trying to choose, not to mention going broke. When I worked at a prestigious resort in The Berkshires, I saw clients purchase thousands of dollars of products just for their face in one trip! There were several products like eye cream, lip cream, eye lid serum, brow softening serum, tightening serums, brightening creams etc!

Omg! It can be very overwhelming! But you DO need a regimen! You can't just wash with water and that's it! To get the best out of your skin, there is a way. But it doesn't have to be complicated. All you need is one simple set!


This is why I created my own 7-product skincare line and called it Julie's Pure Results. I decided to name the line this way because it is professional strength, botanically-based, and results oriented. All the products work with each other to focus on vitamins A, C and E plus peptides, hyaluronic acid, time-released retinol and natural acids among other natural ingredients to promote healthy skin turnover.


Here's the gist:

Following a good skincare regimen with Julie's skincare involves several key steps:


1. Cleanse: Start your routine with Julie's Nourishing Chamomile Cleanser - a gentle cleanser that removes dirt, oil, and impurities from your skin without drying you out.


2. Exfoliate: Use Fresh Scent Aha/Bha Exfoliant with jojoba beads, salicylic, glycolic and lactic acids to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover, revealing smoother, brighter skin. (Use 2-3 times per week) Be cautious not to over-exfoliate, as it can irritate your skin.


3. Tone: Apply Collagen Boost Toner with Ginseng to help balance your skin's pH levels and tighten pores. This formula is nourishing and avoids drying out your skin.


4. Plumping Peptide Serum: Apply this light yet potent moisturizing and plumping serum that penetrates deep into the skin to brighten and plump tired-looking skin .


5. Moisturize: Hydrate your skin with Vita-Packed Soy Peptide Moisturizer containing plenty of vitamins and addressing deep lines and wrinkles.


6. Sunscreen: Finish off your skincare routine in the morning with Vital Shade sunscreen with zinc to protect your skin from harmful UV rays and prevent premature aging.


7. PM Serum: At night after cleansing, and before moisturizing, apply the Pure Bliss Power Serum with time-released retinol for night time turnover!

Remember to be consistent with your regimen for best results.


So, yes, you do need a regimen if your skin is starting to age. Please do not just use "whatever."

For your convenience, I do have a travel set available WITHOUT the power serums if you are a beginner. If you feel confident in getting started, either come in the shop or you can purchase a set online and pick up in the store or have it shipped.


Any time you have questions, feel free to contact me on the Contact form on the website! I enjoy answering questions!


Have a blissful week!

❤️ Julie


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