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Thank you for all your skin care questions submissions! Today I am answering the most popular questions, but feel free to leave me any more questions, comments, concerns in the comments and I will be sure to get back to you! If it is too personal, please email me at: aleithiawilbert@yahoo.com!




Q. How often should one get a facial?

A. I recommend 4-6 weeks to help maintain overall skin health. However sometimes depending on your skin concern it could be more often. 

Q. How do I get rid of blackheads?

A. Blackheads come with having oily skin... the best way to get rid of black heads is to remove them. You can manually remove them yourself or schedule a facial! After that, it is important to try to keep the skin clean. Also use exfoliants to get rid of dead skin cells that can clog up your pores. 


Q. I have oily skin, should I be using moisturizer? I'm asking because it usually makes my skin feel greasy. 

A. I recommend using a Oil Free moisturizer! Moisturizer is still important for oily skin. It helps to keep the skin balanced and it will help with some of the oil production.  


Q. How can I shrink my pores?

A. Your pore size tells you how much oil your skin is producing. There is not way to "SHRINK" them! However, keeping your skin clean and refined will help the appearance of your pores to look much better. 

Q. What is a Chemical Peel and if I have sensitive skin can I receive one?

A. Chemical peels are a process of exfoliation and sloughing off dead skin cells using enzyme exfoliants such as Lactic and Glycolic Acid. This treatment helps to target acne/acne scarring, hyper pigmentation, and fine lines and wrinkles. If you have sensitive skin, I recommend doing a patch test on your neck or lower jawline to see how your skin will react. But even those who have sensitive skin can still most likely get the chemical peel. The Skin therapist will monitor your skin during treatment!




Thank you for all your questions! 

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