Look radiant for your special events

It’s easy to get that glow you want

Contributed by Cathy Fricke, Skincare Specialist

washing faceLate spring and early summer are full of happy events to celebrate with the ones you love, from Mother’s Day brunches to graduation parties, baby or bridal showers, backyard barbeques and much more. And after a long, cold and dull winter, we’re ready to look and feel our best with radiant and refreshed skin. In the spirit of all these upcoming celebrations, here are some of our best beauty tips to help you look, and feel, your best!

  1. The “eyes” have it. One of our first features to age us is often one of the most overlooked — our eyes. Applying eye cream every night can help firm skin and reduce wrinkles, puffiness and redness. Women should also use a quick moisturizing primer under the eyes before applying concealer. This will help brighten and open the skin around the eyes and provide better coverage to hide dark circles.
  2. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Believe it or not, our skin gets thirsty, too. Using a moisturizer every day and night will help keep your skin healthy and glowing all year long.
  3. And protect, protect, protect! If you do nothing else for your skin, at the very least wear sunscreen. It’s in moisturizers, lotions and make-up, making it incredibly easy to wear every day as part of your beauty routine.
  4. Have a problem spot? Talk to an expert. We all have areas that could benefit from a little extra attention. Our skin care specialists can meet with you to discuss trouble spots and treatment options– from products to procedures.

But the most important beauty tip of all is: Start now. Don’t wait until the night before your big event to try a new product or facial. Take care of yourself and your skin by eating right, exercising, getting enough sleep, and feeling great about yourself. Because when you feel great, you’ll look great!

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