beauty tips from askderm’s in-house esthetician
Want the inside scoop? Chantal, askderm’s in-house esthetician, shares her top beauty tips and skincare expertise for Fall 2015.
“Cranberries are not just a seasonal favorite, but a skincare ingredient powerhouse! Cranberry seed oils and extracts have anti-aging properties because they are loaded with antioxidants, minerals and nourishing fatty acids.” – Chantal Monique
“The weather is cooling and the air is drier. Now is the time to switch out your lighter lotions for more emollient and creamy moisturizers. Apply throughout the day to avoid itchy and sensitized skin.” -Chantal Monique”Apply essential oils to your wrists, neck, temples and inhale deeply to enjoy the most benefits.” – Chantal
“Your sleep position can contribute to premature aging. To avoid creases along the sides of your face and nostrils, that will eventually become wrinkles, sleep on your back with enough pillows to support and elevate your head.”- Chantal Monique
“If you find yourself enjoying one of autumn’s most popular pastimes; apple picking- keep these skin healthy facts in mind: Apples contain antioxidants (vitamin compounds that scavenge and destroy free radicals) and minerals that fight aging, boost the immune system and protect against UV damage. Apples also have an astringent property to them, that is not only helpful to regulating sebum production but can also help your teeth from food and drink staining.” – Chantal Monique
“Pumpkin seed oil is rich in vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. This skin healthy ingredient protects against free radical damage, heals acne and helps retain moisture levels.” -Chantal Monique
“Autumn is the time to make regularly applying hand cream a habit. Don’t wait until your knuckles are cracked and your cuticles have thickened and split.” -Chantal Monique
“Eggplant, a fall farm-stand favorite, is an anti-aging power house! Eggplant contains multiple vitamins, acids and antioxidant compounds that scavenge and destroy free-radicals, protect cells from cancerous mutations, lower “bad” cholesterol levels and manage diabetes.”- Chantal Monique
“The sun’s altitude directly correlates to the amount of UV radiation present, so use the “shadow method”. The shorter your shadow appears in the sunlight, the greater UV exposure you are receiving and vice versa, a longer shadow signifies lower levels of UV rays .” – Chantal Corriveau
Blog Written by askderm’s in-house Esthetician
Chantal Monique is a NYS licensed Esthetician and Makeup Artist. She has 9 years experience in skin care and makeup artistry. With the unique combination of her education as well as the desire to help people feel beautiful, Chantal provides expert skin care knowledge for our customers.