One of the best pieces of advice you can receive with regards to health and beauty is “Invest in your skin. It represents you for a very long time.” I learned this lesson when I was young, after having received my very first facial at FACES DaySpa. I didn’t understand why I needed to develop a proper skin care routine when I saw others getting by with just soap and water, but with time I realized that no two people’s skin types are the same. Thanks to the advice and care of the ladies at FACES DaySpa, I came to love the skin I’m in.
While your natural oils and pigments differ from another persons by nature, your skin is rather defined by how well you nurture it. Whether this be from the products you apply, the foods you eat, or the treatments you receive, investing in your skin is well worth it – it’s the one thing you wear for your entire life! Good investments usually imply starting early but it is never too late to change your course of action if something isn’t working. If you’ve run into a problem with the health of your skin – too many breakouts, out of control oils – the summer months are the perfect time to start anew. It’s the primary season where skin is truly in!
With the sizzling heat keeping you from wearing a face full of makeup when you head outside to the beach or pool, and the stronger UV rays causing you to be more protective of the damage that can be done, the season subconsciously creates a buzz around caring for your skin. Summer is the perfect time to let your natural beauty shine.
To me, the heart of FACES DaySpa is the fact that whether you receive a facial, massage, or pedicure, the ladies at FACES tie every service and interaction back to the centerpiece of it all –the face. How, you may ask? Because it’s the place where the form of pure beauty radiates, right where the smile lies.
This summer, I will be blogging about the Faces behind FACES, with Q & A style interviews about how these ladies grew to love the skin they’re in and turned their passion into a selfless act of helping others to feel and look like their best selves.