Bella Santé News
Nail Trends For NOW Posted by Allison Kessler inWant to know what's trending for nail colors for fall? We've got you. From a stellar Dazzle Dry line up that includes Pawn and Zest to OPI fall colors like Cave the Way and Brown to Earth, take a look at the most popular nail colors in Boston.
Why Wear Sunscreen Every Day? Top 5 Reasons Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inYou may know that sunscreen is a good idea, especially if you spend plenty of time in the sun, but do you know why? If you're not in the habit of wearing sunscreen yet, maybe we can convince you.
Summer’s Effect On Premature Aging & Acne Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inGuest blogger Lisa Stigliano, Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, explains the relationship between summer sun and premature aging.
The Bella Santé Skinceuticals Introduction and Review Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inIf you have seen the most recent Skinceuticals reviews, you already know that with revolutionary serums like CE Ferulic and Phloretin CF this company is breaking the barrier between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Learn more about one of our medical grade spa product lines.
Microneedling at Bella Santé Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inIf you’ve heard about the intense benefits Microneedling (also known as collagen induction therapy), you may be curious about what you can expect during a treatment. Industry expert and aesthetician educator Daniela Woerner wanted to experience what’s quickly becoming the hottest medspa treatment available, and stopped by Bella Santé in Lexington last month to experience it for herself. Read here about her Microneedling treatment with Nicole, and watch the video to see the SkinPen in action.
Hyperpigmentation: Causes and Treatments Posted by Allison Kessler inGuest blogger Nicole Roketenetz, Esthetic Director and Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, explains hyperpigmentation causes, treatments and prevention.
My Skin Cancer Experience: Melanoma At Age 22 Posted by Tiffany Amorosino in
I was diagnosed with melanoma in April of 2005. Growing up on Cape Cod, I spent 90% of my childhood outdoors. I knew what skin cancer was, but never did it cross my mind it would ever happen to me. Not for a moment.