Fall has officially arrived, and in the beautiful world of skincare, this means one thing: peel season is back, my friends! While summer is undoubtedly the most enjoyable season, that beautiful sun and radiant heat can unfortunately leave our skin feeling dry, cause hyperpigmentation, enlarge and clog pores, and even leave it with an undesirable texture. But fear not! Chemical peels are here to the rescue.
They address all these concerns and more, providing anti-aging benefits and helping acne-prone skin, all while brightening your complexion. I can’t wait to introduce you to the captivating world of peels. In fact, my friends have dubbed me the “peel queen” because of how frequently I use them on myself, recommend them to everyone, and know precisely which ones will work best for your skin type.
Fall is a time to reflect, look back on summer with a smile and focus on creating some new routines that will benefit you in the colder months ahead. Whether it’s practicing daily gratitude, adopting a new healthy food habit, or making self care a priority, now is the perfect time to invest in yourself.
October also means Halloween, of course, and I so look forward to seeing all of Hoboken, NJ in their finest costumes to celebrate! But, it’s not just about costumes; it’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I’m excited to host an advanced Oncology Esthetics Class in the spa with my colleagues, taught by my former teacher and now friend from my esthetician school. In case you weren’t aware, it takes special training to work with clients undergoing cancer treatments, and it’s a personal passion of mine to make them feel serene and boost their spirits. I come from a family with a history of cancer battles, with my mother being a two-time breast cancer survivor, and many friends, family members, and clients who are survivors as well. I honor and salute you all for your strength and resilience.
It is also breast cancer awareness month and I look forward to hosting an advanced Oncology Esthetics Class in the spa with my colleagues taught by my former teacher and now friend from my esthetic’s training. In case you weren’t aware, it takes special training to work with clients that have cancer and are undergoing treatments and it is a passion of mine to make them feel serene and boost their spirits. My mother is a two time breast cancer survivor, and I know many friends, family, and clients that are survivors as well and I honor you all!
As for me, I couldn’t resist sharing this super easy and healthy DIY Fall Apple Cider recipe from Minimalistbaker.com. It’s a delightful way to embrace the flavors of the season, think Fall in a glass, while taking care of your skin. And a little whipped cream with pumpkin spice sprinkled on top can’t hurt either! Read the recipe here.
As we savor the flavors of Fall and new beginnings, I wish you all love, health, peace, and an abundance of blessings in your life!