Do You Know the Difference? Hydrators verses Moisturizers

Both hydrators and moisturizers address the importance of optimizing the skin’s moisture level to combat dehydrated and dry skin, however, these are 2 different types of products formulated to serve a different purpose.

Dehydrated skin lacks water and needs to be hydrated.
Hydrating agents include:
 Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera,
Honey, Alpha hydroxyl acid, Glycerin, Seaweed.

Dry skin lacks oil and needs be moisturized.
Mosturizing agents include:
 vegetable oils, butters, ceramides, silicones,
fatty alcohols, petroleum jelly, mineral oils, beeswax, olive oil,
silicones, lanolin, and zinc oxide. 

In a nutshell, hydrators bind water into the skin while moisturizers
prevent that water from leaving the skin, that’s why it’s important to
apply your hydrating products first. 

Incorporate a hydrator into your daily routine!  Not only will it enhance the appearance of your skin but it will also increase the power of your moisturizer.  This winning combo creates a healthy balance for dehydrated and dehydrated-dry skin.

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What’s red, glossy, tangy, tart and unbelievably SO good for your skin?

Arctic Cranberry Wintermint Facial

Come winter with me on my table and reap the amazing anti-aging beauty benefits of cranberries for glowing, supple skin!

This seasonal treatment uses the power of cranberry fruit and cranberry seed oil for a super-boost of antioxidants and a perfect ratio of omega-rich oils, which enables effortless, deep absorption into the skin.

The Cranberry Enzyme mask also contains exfoliating alpha hydroxyl acids and natural skin lightners.

Mellow out and relax with the cooling sensation of peppermint in this ultra-hydrating Wintermint mask.

Perfect for normal to dry skin. This 75 minute/$125.00 Facial, includes sonic exfoliation, extractions, décolleté/facial massage.

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