Skin that’s quick to blush, itch, bump, or rash, or defaults often to dryness, needs careful care to stay moist, calm, and healthy. You can give your sensitive skin a boost by choosing products designed to cater to its needs. Typically, the fewer ingredients in a product, the better theContinue Reading

An esthetician will be more knowledgeable about your skin care routine. A dermatologist can prescribe topical or oral medication. From an acne perspective, both offer effective solutions. Seeing an esthetician or a dermatologist can both offer great results. We treat all our guests with the goal of results and satisfaction.Continue Reading

1. The most immediate way to reduce the appearance of large pores is through exfoliation. Simply one use of a gentle scrub or leaving a gentle serum on the skin overnight will give instant improvement. Once the skin is exfoliated, it’s important to use a good moisturizer to give the skin hydrationContinue Reading

Scrub your skin. This is one of the most important steps in a facial skincare ritual that I am forever amazed so many leave out at Main Street Day Spa. Aveda has a wonderful skin resurfacing scrub in which bamboo is used to gently but effectively act as a manualContinue Reading

I wouldn’t recommend a bikini or Brazilian wax on your period, as this skin is more sensitive and could make the process more uncomfortable. But if you don’t generally have sensitive skin or have not had an adverse reaction in the past, removing other body hair or facial hair shouldContinue Reading

Dermaplaning, also called “Blading”, is a method of exfoliation that consists of using a surgical blade to gently remove the top layer of dulling dead skin cells in order to reveal a smoother, brighter complexion. In addition to this lovely treatment, it removes all the vellus hair. #Dermaplaning #facials #exfoliationContinue Reading

“I tan easily. I don’t need sunscreen.” While it’s true that darker skin is less likely to burn from sun exposure, this does not mean the skin is not being damaged Continual exposure to UV rays causes cumulative damage to the skin structures, elastin and collagen fibrils.

Reducing wrinkles probably have more to do with what you put in your body than what you put on it. Carotenoids: Best food sources~ Butternut squash, carrots and spinach. Polyphenols: Best food sources~ Coffee, dark chocolate, red wine and tea. Vitamin C: Best food sources~ Bell peppers, citrus, red cabbage,Continue Reading