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Beauty lessons moms and daughters can teach other
Moms teach their daughters so much as
they grow, from how to apply makeup to
how to care for their skin, and while there
are many habits you form simply because
you picked them up from your mother,
there are plenty of tricks you’ve learned
on your own.
Th ere are even some that your mother
has learned from you, especially when it
comes to the modern technology available
to help you understand what’s really
going on beneath the surface of your
skin and address those specifi c concerns.
“My mom always said that having
healthy, glowing skin is what will
make you feel confi dent in yourself,” said
Sheena about her mom, Judy. Getting
healthy, glowing skin can take time and
patience, but the investment you put into
your skin will be well worth the eff ort.
Consider these beauty and skincare tips
women have learned from their mothers
and those that daughters have taught their
moms in return.
Beauty lessons learned
1) Cleanse your face daily and stick to a
routine that works.
When it comes to cleansing your face,
fi nding the right products and sticking to
your routine is key. Seek a consultation from
a specialist to fi gure out which combination
of products and treatments will work
best for your specifi c skin concerns and follow
that routine daily to see the best results.
2) Always wear sunscreen.
Lathering on SPF has been recommended
by dermatologists for years, and before
you started hearing it from dermatologists,
you learned it from mom. Protecting
your skin from the sun has been instilled
in you since you were young, and now you
know that preventing sunburns and sun
damage are much more important than
trying to get a tan.
3) Moisturize daily.
Dry air and frequent showers can pull
so much moisture out of your skin. It’s
essential to lather up with moisturizer
right aft er taking a shower to keep your
skin moisturized and healthy.
Beauty lessons shared
1) Wrinkle prevention is possible, and
corrective treatments help, too.
Advanced technology exists to help prevent
or correct skin issues before they
occur or get worse. Injectables, like Botox,
can be used at the fi rst sign of fi ne lines to
prevent wrinkles from getting worse over
time, and they can also be used to smooth
away existing wrinkles.
2) Be a natural beauty.
Over time, signs of aging from sun
exposure and pollution are inevitable.
You may have felt that applying more
makeup or going under the knife were
the only solutions, but advanced technology
exists to address your skin concerns
and keep your natural look. BroadBand
Light Th erapy or other intense pulsed
light (IPL) treatments can be used to correct
underlying sun damage to the skin,
helping to brighten your complexion and
reduce the signs of aging.
3) Own your own skin.
Th e perfect look is the one that’s perfect
for you. When you feel empowered to
decide which skin treatments and beauty
routines are best for you, you’ll feel like
the best version of yourself.
Today, there are more options than
ever to take charge of your skin and prevent
signs of aging. No matter your age,
advanced technology exists to help prevent
and correct skin concerns. While
it’s benefi cial to take your mom’s advice,
there are modern methods and trends
being leveraged by millennials so that
moms can learn just as much from their
Curious to see what’s happening underneath
your skin? Ideal Image off ers a complimentary
3D skin analysis and personalized
treatment plan. If you’re thinking about
getting Botox, BroadBand Light Th erapy, or
other non-invasive, non-surgical MedSpa
treatments, visit www.IdealImage.com.
— Courtesy BPT
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