Scrub Away! | Tip Tuesday | Denver Airbrush Makeup and Skin Care

Makeup not laying quite right? Is your skin feeling dry, flakey and dull? You NEED a great scrub to add into your routine.  It really is as simple as starting 2 days a week!

Dry Skin- This one is super simple! Find a scrub that is a little more oil based and non-abrasive. This one from Mario Bedescu is divine. It has almond and honey extract. Its also 20% off today only!! Perfect for your sensitive skin. You can even make one from a soft sugar and apricot kernel oil. 

Normal or Combo Skin- This one is my absolute favorite! This one from Image Skin Care has a combo of retinol and glycolic acid! Great for those occasional break outs or aging skin! Let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing! 

Oily/Acne- This one is a great one for my ever dewy, ever beautifully shiny girls. Please do ot mistake oily skin for acnetic skin. If your pores are large or you have a darker skin type, this scrub that is also from Image Skin Care is for you. You definalty can benifit from the normal to combo skin scrub as well! If you are naturally dry but struggle with breakouts hormonally, please refer to normal and combo skin. 

So, beauties.... SCRUB your way to a great canvas for getting that makeup to stay evenly. Come in to see me, once a month for a good dermaplane or facial! 

Sugar Scrubbing | Beauty with the Baby | Denver Skin Care

When this crazy weather starts giving us a day in the teens, then all the sudden in the 60's, my skin is like.... "um whoa, where is the moisture, lady! GIVE ME THAT OIL!"

With a busy bridal trial season ramping up, I don't always find the time for a facial for myself. But I do actually find the time to shower, weird

A great client of mine brought me some of this happy juice a few years ago. Shes been making it for her friends, and now she sells it online. Primarily used for hands a body, I was like,..
"Well, its totally natural and organic, I'm gonna try this on my face."

Oh boy am I glad I took that chance. 

Its the perfect mixture of sugar, shea butter, avocado oil, apricot oil, vitamin e oil, macadamia nut oil, jojoba oil, and tea tree oil. The sugar is a little gritty for the face so just be gentle. I give it a good scrub while my shampoo is sitting and let it soak into the skin. Lightly rinse off before getting out of the shower, and I barely need moisturizer.

You see now those generic drug store brands of this shower oil. This is an all natural form, with an exfoliant.

Even better. 

I'm a huge fan of shopping small and local. Heather ships out of Denver. We even sell the scrub at my salon, Blo. She customizes scents as well. 

Give it a try. Your face and body will be singing your praises after the first application!