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REASON'S WHY I LOVE MY CLARISONIC

Posted by Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary is an advanced skin care professional and Salon Owner. She specializes in detailed skin analysis, Environ...
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on Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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No big secret that I'm a fan of the Clarisonic cleansing brush, been using mine now for 3 years and love it. I love the fact that I can get squeaky clean skin without stripping the natural oils or compromising my skin, also love the fact that it is doing more than one thing at a time (a woman thing!)

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5 Good reasons to Ditch the skin wipes!!

Posted by Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary is an advanced skin care professional and Salon Owner. She specializes in detailed skin analysis, Environ...
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on Wednesday, 27 August 2014
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Skin wipes encourages lazy skin care!

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Things to remember:

 

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Confused about Skincare!

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Mary is an advanced skin care professional and Salon Owner. She specializes in detailed skin analysis, Environ...
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on Tuesday, 14 January 2014
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Do you get confused when buying skincare? Do you find yourself walking around department stores feeling intimidated or worse, seeing an advert and then become convinced that this is a miracle in a jar!!

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Want strong healthy nails?

Posted by Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary Lawson-Evans
Mary is an advanced skin care professional and Salon Owner. She specializes in detailed skin analysis, Environ...
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on Wednesday, 18 December 2013
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Trying to grow your nails, here is my top 5 tips!

1. Maintain your nails.

If you need to take down length or just take off the split ends make sure you cut them with clippers/nail scissors then just smooth the rough edge slightly with the file. By cutting you are strengthening the nail whereas filing can damage especially if you file in different directions!

2. Always use a nail oil

Whether your nails peel, break, snap or are very dry a nail oil can help. It also conditions the cuticles and skin around the nails and this will also help them grow. Keep a bottle of OPI Nail Oil by your bed or on your desk – somewhere where you'll remember take a few second to apply it, it honestly makes a huge difference to dry and raggedy cuticles. (I leave mine by my bed!)

3. Wear a base coat

A base coat simply protects the nail. This can be a normal clear base coat or a strengthening treatment. Just by giving the nail extra layers this can help keep them long and healthy. If you like wearing bright nail colours a base coat is essential to prevent staining.

4. Wear gloves!

This may be the BIGGEST reason for brittle, broken nails as not everyone wears gloves when doing the washing up/cleaning or gardening. Water weakens the nails and using strong cleaning products can cause long term damage.

5. Supplement

Take a supplement! Nail Science is specially formulated to support healthy strong growth. Nails are often weak, brittle or flaky due to nutritional deficiencies. Contains zinc, iron, EFA's and vitamin a.

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5 Steps to Great Winter Skin!

Posted by Mary Lawson-Evans
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Mary is an advanced skin care professional and Salon Owner. She specializes in detailed skin analysis, Environ...
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on Thursday, 28 November 2013
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Now is the time to up the ante on your seasonal skincare routine. The cold blustery outdoors to a warm cosy indoors causes stress to your skin.

In this wintry weather, if the skin's natural barrier is weakened, moisture is lost and the surface layers of the skin crack easily. Potential irritants from the environment are also able to penetrate the barrier, which can cause redness and sensitivity.

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