What Mom’s Really Want for Mother’s Day
I can’t speak for everyone, but I can tell you what Mom’s really want for Mother’s Day, at least what this mom wants. Lot’s of Mom’s want time with the ones they love, and also time to rest and relax. I also think the ideal Mother’s Day celebration for me would include a yummy meal prepared (and cleaned up) for me, or a nice meal out. Time at a park or activity...Read More
What’s the number one anti-aging facial product you can use?
So you want to know, what’s the number one anti-aging facial product you can use? Sunscreen! Probably not what you expected me to say. 😉 Why, would this be the number one anti-aging facial product you ask? Because premature wrinkles, sagging, and discoloration are the signs of accelerated aging from sun damage. Now we are all going to age if we live long enough, so we have to be reasonable,...Read More
At home in my new spa space
This last 3 months has been such a whirlwind! I relocated and am finally feeling at home in my new spa space in Downtown Statesville. After my parents decided it was time to retire, and I did not want to takeover the family Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio franchise, and that meant it was time to move on too. After looking in Mooresville for a few weeks, my husband I talked about the pros and cons...Read More
Many of you have already heard this, but for those who don’t know yet, I am expanding and I’m moving into a larger space in Downtown Statesville next month! This new location will allow me to have massage therapists, in addition to my thriving facial business. My soft opening is Thursday, April 22nd in the City Center building in Statesville. I will solely do business in this location....Read More
Exciting New Treatment!
I am excited to bring an effective treatment for minor skin irregularities to the Mooresville area! If you’d like to have more flawless skin, then this is for you. Intended for irregularities including Dilated Capillaries (on the face, neck, and chest), Cherry Angiomas, Fibromas, Skin Tags, Raised Keratoses, Milia, Cholesterol Deposits and Sebaceous Hyperplasia. These unsightly places...Read More
Fall Skin Care Tips, from an Esthetician
I love fall. It’s my second fav season, Spring is my first. But that’s not what I’m here to talk about. I’m here to share some Fall Skin Care Tips with you. As a licensed Esthetician, or Skin Therapist, I see similar concerns every Fall. So you spent a little too much time outdoors in the midday sun. Maybe forgot to take extra sunscreen with you to that picnic. Check out...Read More
Foods & Beauty
Hello out there! It has been a minute or two since I’ve written a blog. 2020 has got me in a mess. I feel like I’m barely keeping up with all my responsibilities, and forget my hobbies, those have been thrown right out the darn window. I am actually writing to you all from a friend’s condo on the coast of South Carolina. I’ve been here for almost 4 days with my husband,...Read More
Sunscreen info you need to know!
Most of us enjoy fun in the sun, especially on the lake or beach, but a sunburn is not part of the fun, right? Well let me help you out by avoiding that foolishness all together! Sun protection is the single most important anti-aging step you can take, keep reading for sunscreen info you need to know, to learn more! Sunblocks vs. Sunscreens Sunblocks reflect the sun’s rays from the skin,...Read More
After Sun Skin Care Tips
After Sun Skin Care Tips to help your skin recover and regain health! Use a gentle facial wash, not bar soap or gel soap to cleanse your skin. Use it twice if you have a build up of sunscreen, makeup or oil on the skin. Skip the toner. Using alcohol based products could really dry you out even more than you already are, so unless it’s a rosewater or soothing alcohol free toner, just don’t...Read More
Skin Consultations Now Available!
Hey ladies! I hope this blog finds you well. I have an announcement! I have launched phone and virtual skin consultations. This service is a new way of doing business amid this virus situation we have going on these days. When all this was beginning, I thought, “This won’t last too long. I’ll be back to work in a month.” Well, that is not the situation. I’ve been...Read More