The Thinking Esthetician
This blog is for all skincare professionals, educators and clients who are interested in learning about skin, like me.We just want to discuss skin from head to toe
|Posted on September 23, 2015 at 1:10 AM||comments (1)|
This product is great and smells like yogurt. As a matter of fact thats is what I call it. It addresses skin hydrations, pigmentation and lines and wrinkles. If you want to turn your skin from loose to firm, without that greasy feeling, then you would love this. I thought that I would hate it but I really like it. I have been giving out samples to my clients and they really like the feel and the results. This company is out of New York and they are a small company that chose to spend their money on the ingredients in the product and not so much on the packaging. I had a client to express that the packaging was not pretty and I explained their concept but she insisted that I talk to the president about adding a flower. I did not laugh but I wanted to. I have worked for so many companies and had the experience of beautiful bottles. They have been decent products but not really worth the money they are asking for because of the packaging and advertisements they do for the product. Me personally I want my product to work and I could care less about the bottle. I would rather the beauty show on my skin rather than on my dresser or bath room sick.
|Posted on August 3, 2015 at 4:50 PM||comments (1)|
My story begins way back in Mississipi where I felt I had bad skin because this skinny ugly nappy headed boy called me pin face because of black heads . I guess there where a lot but did he have to be so mean about it. My sweet Mommie tried everything to get rid of them but she didn't know what to do. So as I got older and made money I invested in a dermatologist, bad mistake he gave me Dial soap and a prescription of Retin A and as I used it my skin became worst. He didn't tell me to use sun protection or that I would need to use a moisturizer to help with my peeling and dehydration my skin would go thru. Anyway I have had my battles with my skin and I have cried even because I hated it so. Always admiring blemish free smooth skin and wanting that matte look. I owe my good skin today to a esthetician who took the time to be honest with me . She explained that it would not happen over night and that we would have to work together. In actually she aided me in being a Thinking Esthetician.
I did not become an esthetician right then but I sure did appreciate my skin a lot as I made the investment in making it better and whole. It was later in life that I invested in my career and started what I consider the be most interesting field ever.