Dec 6, 2022
lapree beauty - Join lapree beauty, our esthetician led skincare community! Do you suffer from brown patches on your face, dark spots, maybe even a mustache? If so, you probably have heard of the term melasma or hyperpigmentation. So many of us suffer from some sort of pigmentation issue. There are things that you can do to get your hyperpigmentation, melasma, brown patches under control! Ashley shares her story of how she transformed her face with the help from her esthetician sister, Lindsey. She shares what she did to get her complexion to FINALLY look EVEN. These sisters dedicate their lives to help you have the healthiest looking skin of your life.
Ashley and Lindsey explain what hydroquinone is, what the side effects are, and are there other ways to lighten up these dark patches on your face.
Ashley shares her personal skin care story and discusses behind the scenes of skin school.
The anti-aging sisters,
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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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