While 45 percent of us are eager to make New Year's resolutions, only 8 percent of us actually follow through with them. At Monarch Skin Rejuvenation Center, we want you to be part of the 8 percent when it comes to your skincare resolutions. We're kicking 2018 off with amazing specials on our Monarch New Year, New You Skincare Plan, our Signature Hydrafacial MD and the ultimate in skincare kits — the Obagi Nu-Derm Kit! Read on to find out how you can turn the appearance of your skin around in 2018.
While you’re out shopping for Halloween masks for the kids, pick up your own! We’re not talking about monster masks, we’re talking skin rejuvenating masks. There’s a perfect mask available for every skin type.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the US, with women aged 39 and over at the highest risk. You already know that you should use sunscreen on cloudy days and sunny days, and that you should avoid tanning beds in order to prevent the development of skin cancer like melanoma. You’ve already bought your broad-brimmed hats for beach days. And you stay clear of being outdoors during midday, when UV rays are at their brightest.
Topics: skin care
Physical exercise is, of course, important for your health. Its benefits include weight control, improved mental health, reduced risk of some cancers and cardiovascular disease, and stronger bones and muscles. It can also help you achieve your ideal body. Unfortunately, though, as you exercise to improve your body, your skin can suffer. Physical activity can wreak havoc with your skin, leading to acne, redness, and brown spots. No matter how consistent you are with your skincare regimen and sun protection, exercise can cause pesky skin issues.
Topics: skin care
Now that summer is over, you might be looking forward to skipping the sunscreen and saving time in your skincare routine. After all, you don’t need sunscreen when the forecast calls for clouds, rain, and snow, right? On the contrary, science says this assumption is wrong, and that you’re actually at higher risk for sun damage on cloudy days, since UV rays can bounce and reflect off clouds.