Radiate with Two New Products Meant to Glow Together
We recently had a chance to chat with Tina Talerico, Lead Master Aesthetician at SkinSpirit Redmond about two of her favorite products: mybody’s GlowBiotics Instant Resurfacing Pads and Glowbiotics HydraGlow Cream Oil.
Tina’s clients are always asking her to divulge her secrets on how she keeps her own skin looking fantastic and flawless, even after a day jam packed with back-to-back clients. Her secret to mastering the “I woke up like this” look comes with the help of using both of these products, formulated to work together.
“You can look younger, brighter and more refreshed every day without the need to put in a lot of extra time and effort into your skincare routine. All you need are the right products. Using both the Instant Resurfacing Pads and HydraGlow Cream Oil will not only decrease fine lines and wrinkles, when paired together, you’ll also experience reduced pore size and blemishes. They’ll also exfoliate and hydrate your skin, leaving behind a radiant glow that everyone will notice.”
Tina and her clients love using the Glowbiotics Resurfacing Pads because they’re a fast and easy way to exfoliate away dead skin cells. To use, Tina first recommends ensuring the skin is clean and dry. Then use two pads to swipe over the entire face, two to four times a week. Using these pads on a regular basis can mimic the results of a chemical peel, but come without any downtime, irritation or excessive peeling. This is a great way to keep skin looking radiant in-between professional facial treatments and chemical peels.”
The Glowbiotics HydraGlow Cream Oil is a lightweight cream-to-oil that acts as a hydration booster, working to protect the skin from environmental stress. To use, Tina recommends applying a few drops onto freshly cleansed skin, before moisturizer and sunscreen to give dull skin an all-over healthy, dewy glow. “You can use this product daily or save it for special occasions when you want to brighten up your skin and give it a radiant glow.”
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