The steps are basically the same as any skin care regime, but the focus is hydration with diligence. The few Asian women I have spoken too, tell me that it is a necessity to concentrate on cleansing, exfoliation, hydration, and moisturization to lock in skin hydration. Skin care is done with conviction everyday; twice a day. Some also participate in spa baths to exfoliate their full bodies, and then moisturize with oils and creams to lock in the benefits. Some women do this for their bodies everyday. Exposure to sunlight is treated with sunscreen and covering up for protection with these same individuals. It is a lifestyle of protection. Results can be achieved on any professional skin care regime with diligence and a healthy lifestyle. 


Microblading is permanent make-up and will last maybe six months to a year. The misconception is that it is not considered permanent make-up because it does not penetrate deep in the skin. If the ink is able to remain in the skin, it is permanent make-up. The contraindication to microblading is the blade is dragged over the skin and cuts the skin to insert the ink. Using a needle like tattooing, the skin is punctured to set the ink in the skin. There is less risk of scar tissue developing because the skin is not cut. 


A silk facial resurfaces the outer layer of the epidermis with micro-dermabrasion and having no gaps between infusing a serum after the exfoliation process. It is a one step process. A two step process is using micro-dermabrasion first, then applying a serum with iotonphoresis, ultrasonic, LED, or micro-current producing more skin benefits. 


There is a misconception in the public about medical pedicures and medical aestheticians. According to California State Board of Cosmetology there is no California state licensing for medical aestheticians or medical pedicures. A nail technician and an esthetician must be licensed by the California State Board of Cosmetology, otherwise anyone not licensed cannot perform services. The establishment must also be licensed through the same board to perform any of these services.

RECIPES FOR THE SKIN (Use Organic When Possible)

Watermelon Smoothie: 1/4 watermelon (seedless or seeds removed), 2 oranges, 1 lime, 1/4 cup strawberries, 2 1/2 cups of ice, 1/4 cup mint leaves     1.) Juice oranges and lime, add watermelon, 2.) Add strawberries and 2 cups of ice to the blender and blend all ingredient until smooth, 3.) Pour into glasses stir in remaining ice cubes and mint.

Kale Booster: 1/2 cup of organic coconut water, 1 cup chopped pineapple (frozen or fresh), 1 cup chopped mango (frozen or fresh), 1 cup of kale    1.) Blend on high for 1 minute or until smooth. (Using frozen makes a nice smoothie)



GINGERBREAD LATTE (2 Servings): 3/4 cup strong-brewed hot coffee, 3 Tbsp. pure maple Syrup, 1 1/2 - 2 tsp. ground ginger, 1 tsp. ground cinnamon, 1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg, 1/8 tsp. ground gloves, 1/4 tsp vanilla extract, Pinch black pepper, Pinch fine salt, 2 cups plant-based milk. Add all ingredients to a bowl except milk and whisk until smooth. pour evenly into 2 mugs. Warm milk in a small pot over low heat until steamed but not boiling. Use a frother to cream foam, if desired, otherwise pour milk evenly (1 cup per mug) over coffee mixture and stir until combined. 


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