Celebrity Skin Secrets
Kate Moss, Miley Cyrus, and Rihanna look flawless on magazine covers, but un-retouched paparazzi pictures prove that even they are not immune to fine lines, sunspots, acne and imperfections! Even though they have access to the most cutting-edge cosmetic treatments, I did a little research and found that celebrities and models rely on some simple and pretty inexpensive skin-saving tips and treatments that we can all try.
For real people like you and me, it’s not about photo shoots with professional lighting, makeup glam-squads, and airbrushing… Getting really healthy glowing skin starts with these simple easy tips and treatments.
So it’s time for a truth talk about how celebrities really get smooth beautiful skin, starting with these basic, affordable and cutting-edge tips and tricks:
Celebrity skin saver tip #1:
Exfoliated skin looks best
Doing at-home facial scrubs is important, but the best way to ensure your pores aren’t clogged and fine lines are nipped in the bud is to make an appointment for a microdermabrasion treatment. Microdermabrasion is the fastest and most affordable way to get your skin back on track. By removing skin-dulling sediment, you can eliminate scars from acne breakouts and reduce the size of your pores. Microdermabrasion is not painful at all and the results are instant: my skin looks fresh and feels super smooth. Microdermabrasion also fades spots and dark patches caused by fluctuations in hormone levels and sun exposure.
Rihanna proving she’s just like us! We all get stressed and our skin shows it with acne breakouts.
Another great perk of microdermabrasion is that it helps to reduce scaring from chicken pocks and past acne flare-ups. Microdermabrasion treatments at Assara are done with a diamond-tipped wand that gently and deeply buffs your skin, while a powerful vacuum sucks away oil and dead cells. The technicians at Assara are certified highly trained skin experts who have performed microdermabrasion on some of the biggest celebrities in the industry and helped them to get their smooth beautiful skin.
Celebrity skin saver tip #2:
Hydrate from the inside out
Kate Moss, 39, looking ageless and flawless. If you follow these three skin saving tips your skin can be super smooth and glowing too!
If you’re like me, your medicine cabinet is full of creams and potions promising to moisturize and alleviate dryness by plumping your skin. While moisturizer is important, a smarter way to keep your skin fresh is to drink lots of water. Clean, cool refreshing water, at least 8-10 glasses a day will help your skin maintain its moisture reserves.
Keep up your beauty regimen with creams, but make sure you drink plenty of water so your system will flush out environmental toxins on its own. Beautiful skin is hydrated skin!
Celebrity skin saver tip #3:
Collagen is your best friend
Ever wonder why kids have such smooth beautiful skin? One of the reasons is that young skin produces large amounts of collagen and elastin, the main structural proteins in skin’s connective tissue. In your 20s and 30s when your body’s collagen reserves start to naturally deplete you can see fine lines and wrinkles. Some creams contain collagen but it’s useless because skin can’t absorb collagen! By getting regular rejuvenating laser facials you can get your skin to boost its collagen reserves from the inside, making your skin more resilient, elastic and youthful looking.
Getting regular laser facials can also help diminish the appearance of rosacea and clear acne breakouts before they ever rear their ugly heads! Getting a laser facial is quick and painless, it’s actually a relaxing and I get a warm sensation from the laser. To get the best results, buy a package of at least 3 laser facials and schedule your appointments about 4-6 weeks apart. I’ve had amazing results with laser facials and I suggest them to all my best girlfriends.
Hope these tips help you on your path to your best skin! If you want to find out more about these skin treatments at Assara call us at 212-956-2691 and schedule a free skin consultation.