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How To Find A Massage Therapist (And Is It OK To Switch Therapists?) Posted by Tiffany Amorosino in
Your first appointment with a new massage therapist can be a little like a blind date. You have high hopes that when you walk into the therapy room that you’ll feel instantly at ease and you’ll make a connection. If you feel like the therapist isn’t in touch with you, you won’t get the results you were hoping to achieve.
Hyperpigmentation: Causes and Treatments Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inGuest blogger Nicole Roketenetz, Esthetic Director and Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, explains hyperpigmentation causes, treatments and prevention.
Preparing Skin For Your Wedding: The Perfect Bridal Skin Care Routine Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inBeautiful skin should start long before you say "I do". Guest blogger Samantha Terrio, experienced Skin Care Expert and Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, recommends starting a year before (or as soon as possible) if you want to obtain that luminous glow every bride strives for on her special day.
What's the Best Type of Hair for Laser Hair Removal? Posted by Tiffany Amorosino in
When laser hair reduction first became available to the public as a permanent solution to unwanted hair growth, there were a lot of rules as to who could and could not benefit from it, Only a select few with light skin and dark hair could see results from the laser; it wasn't a one size fits all solution. Thanks to the cutting edge technology of the most effective laser available today, the Vectus, those days are over.
What is Dry Body Brushing? Learn the Benefits & Techniques Posted by Tiffany Amorosino inHeard the buzz about dry brushing? Benefits include exfoliating your skin, helping your body remove toxins, and, with regular dry brushing, you can even help to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Learn more about this health and beauty technique that’s easy, inexpensive, and good for you from the inside out.
My Experience: Melanoma At 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.