Entries by Jenn Calero

The Secret to Your Summer Skin Care Routine

Summer skin care is in, and your winter routine is out!  Just like clothes, you’ve got to adjust your skin care routine as the seasons change. So, let’s do some spring cleaning and prep your regime with summer skin essentials. Here’s what should be in your summer skin care arsenal. An Awesome SPF – All […]

Before You Light Another Cigarette, Read This.

Are you still smoking?  I’m not here to nag you about what smoking is doing to your overall health.  But, you better believe I’m going to talk to you about what it’s doing to your skin! Here’s 5 Things Smoking Does to Your Skin It impacts your skin’s ability to protect and repair itself. The […]

Beautiful Skin: From the Inside, Out

Beautiful skin happens by appointment, not by chance.  Preventing and/or improving skin that is experiencing signs of aging is a science.  It takes knowledge, expertise and the right products to make it happen! The Right Topical Products for Beautiful Skin Getting the right topical products to improve your skin is way more involved than walking […]

Trust the Process: Erica’s Approach to Skin Care

Most people don’t realize that there is no “one size fits all” answer when it comes to skin care. While there are baseline treatment suggestions, how I treat Rosacea for one client might be different from how I treat another. The value of working with a professional Esthetician comes because we take the time to […]

Why it’s Time to Adjust Your Skin Care Routine

It’s time to adjust your skin care routine. As the seasons change, your skin care routine should change too. So, summer skin care is out, winter skin care is in! Here’s what you need to know. Winter Worries During winter, your skin is exposed to more artificial air because we are using our heating systems. […]

Fall Skin Care: 5 Skin Problems We Can Improve by Summer

It’s time to talk about fall skin care!  Fall is the perfect time to start addressing some of your skin care concerns and targeting specific issues.  Why fall? Less sun exposure – While you’re still being exposed to the sun daily, during the fall and winter months you’re less likely to be outdoors as much […]