I talked to celebrity facialist Olga Lorencin about how take care of your skin during the summer. She gave us some great tips on what to do to get that red carpet glow. She’s given glowing skin to many of Hollywood’s A List such as Halle Berry, Sophia Vergara, Viola Davis and many more. This is what Olga had to say. “Summer is here and we are thinking about the hot, humid, sticky, lots of sunblock kind of situation for your skin. The only logical thing is to exfoliate, but be careful and make sure that it is done the right way. Abolish harsh, manual exfoliants, high dose acids, and retinols and make sure that you never exfoliate when sunburned or when you are spending hours in the hot sun.¬†When you do exfoliate, always do it at night and the following day wear a SPF 35+.” What are the best…

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It’s bikini season and don’t let cellulite stop you from enjoying the summer sun. Sometimes even with diet and exercise cellulite doesn’t disappear. There are ways that you can help diminsh cellulite at home and have smooth dimple free skin. I love devices that are easy to use and you see real results. NuBody Toning Device is great, you just spend FIVE minutes a day and you can have dimple free skin. With any at home treatment the key is to be consistent. You can treat different areas with the NuBody from your legs, arms, tummy and butt. This device will help diminish the signs of cellulite and also help tone your body. I love that it works on older skin that is loose. Do it for 5 days a week and in 30 days you will see great results. It is painless and takes very little time. I’m obsessed…

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Do you have sensitive skin and have trouble finding skincare that won’t irritate it? I have the answer for you! I recently attended a Derm Class with La Roche-Posay Derm Class and learned so much about sensitive skin and allergy prone skin. I also learned the difference between them. A simple way to understand the difference between sensitive skin and if you have an allergy when trying products is allergies are when you are exposed to something and then rexposed to it and get a reaction. If you get an immediate reaction to something that means you have sensitive skin. Reactions could range from itchiness, redness or bumps. You will not get a reaction if it’s an allergy because with allergies you may see a reaction even up to four days later. The most common reasons you will get a reaction is that your skin is sensitive to the ingredients…

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