Nov 8, 2022
We answer the most common, frequent skin care questions we receive! We love getting skin care questions - ask here and join our free lapree beauty community!
Here are examples of common, frequent skin care questions we discuss today:
Q: I'm 52 and seeing typical fine lines and slight hyperpigmentation in a few places. I’ve never ventured into the world of serums. Where should I start? I’ve heard you talk about Vitamin C, peptides, retinol, and hyaluronic acid. I’m a consistent person to cleanse, tone, and moisturize, but that’s it.
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Q: What do you use for your neck that is clean to help the skin? I've seen those neck and under eye patches. Not sure if they work?
Q: What is the cleanest and most economical way to clean my makeup brushes without ruining the bristles?
Q: Do you dry brush your body and if so, do you a brush you like?
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With over a decade of experience being both a licensed esthetician and owning her own spa with her skin obsessed sis and researcher Ashley working right beside her! Let’s listen to these sisters' thoughts, facts, opinions, and advice on skincare and ways to optimize your health!
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