When Seasons Change, So Should Your Skin Care Routine

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As the trees change colors and the air turns brisk, we are enjoying long, autumn walks and backyard bonfires. For many of us, fall is a favorite time of year, and means spending time outdoors at soccer and football games, raking leaves and enjoying crisp evenings on the deck. The change in weather and humidity, however, can wreak havoc on our skin. Heading in to the winter months is the perfect time to make changes to your skin care routine.
As Esthetician’s, we at Serenity Spa advise having regular facials all year, but when seasons change, it is important to change your skin care as well.
Less humidity in the air means you need more moisture. We recommend Dermesse Skin Lightener, along with their Exfoliator for helping to reduce sun damage from the summer sun. To boost the performance of your Moisturizer, add the NaturePure Cell Revival Serum with 70% Hyaluronic Acid. NaturePure is Organic Skin Care at its best.
One of the quickest ways to remove dead skin cells and brighten the skin is with a professional Facial Treatment. My favorite thing to do at the end of summer is to treat myself to a series of 6 Ultimate Facials! With the combination of vacuum massage and microdermabrasion, you can reduce fine lines, sun damage, and tighten and tone the skin without harsh chemicals, lasers, or going under the knife. Click here to get this incredible Facial at $50 off !
Now is the time to begin treatment to have perfect skin for those holiday parties! For a personalized Skin Care Consultation with one of our experienced Esthetician’s, please call us for an appointment at 245-6484.



Denise Willinger

Owner, Serenity Spa in Anchorage


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