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Collagen keeps our faces uplifted. But as you age, collagen decreases, making your skin droop. How do you make sure you’re doing everything right at every stage? What beauty practice should you adopt to take care of your skin and maintain its natural glow?

In this episode, Sherri Hull joins us to explore beauty at every stage and how we can take of ourselves from the inside out. Sherri is a certified women’s health nurse with over 20 years of experience in the medical field and the founder of Adorn Women’s Clinic and Medspa.

In this session,  Sherri shares why our skin droops after turning 30, what to look out for in anti-aging products, why you need to start your skincare routine at an early age, and the basic skincare products you need. Besides, she expounds on the do’s and don’ts for healthy skin, make-up tips, and why you need your SPF throughout.

Live Well Tip of the Week:  Don’t allow anyone to define beauty for you. The only opinion that matters is yours.

A Quote from Our Guest: SPF, to me, is number one because it presents a lot. So I would definitely say a good skincare arrangement and making sure you’re using your SPF is great.

Takeaways That You’ll Learn From This Episode:

  • Sherri expounds on the difference between a medspa and a normal spa. A medspa is more medical-based with medical treatments to enhance beauty.
  • After we cross the 30 thresholds and north of 40, your collagen decreases, making your skin droop off a little bit.
  • The beauty industry is currently flooded with anti-aging products. Anti-aging products are effective, but a dermatologist provides the most effective products since they are stronger and backed  FDA approved.
  • The basics of your beauty care include- A good cleanser, toner, moisturizers, and serums.
  • You need an SPF all year long regardless of your skin tone and how melanated you are.
  • Treatments and services available in a medspa
  • Do a consultation and evaluation to determine what fillers work best for your skin.
  • A healthy lifestyle keeps your body healthy and your skin as well. Maintain a healthy diet, exercise, release stress, quit smoking, and limit your alcohol and coffee intake.
  • Have a good skincare arrangement, get your aesthetics and start using SPF at an early age.
  • Wash off your makeup and use clean makeup brushes. Just because you’re going to a professional to get your makeup done doesn’t mean their brushes are clean.

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