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Coasting : Issue 12 June 2010
19 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING FEATURE COASTING BEAUTY PROTECTION: Use a highly moisturising lip balm with vitamin E for elasticity. She recommends using cleansers that are fragrance-free. "It is fragrances that tend to irritate the skin. Also avoid cleansers with deodorants or antibacterial additives, as well." (3) Exfoliate at least twice a week. "This will remove dead cells and allow the skin to absorb extra moisture, such as from your moisturisers and masks. Using a daily buffer is also a good option as it will gently remove dead, flaky skin daily, and not allow it to build up. "My pick is Dermalogica's Daily Microfoliant." (4) Follow with a creamy textured mask. Tiarne said to always use scrubs with care. "Rough scrubbing can cause damage to the skin and strip away the skin's natural barrier, making it raw and sensitive." (5) Don't forget about your lips. Chapped lips are a common and noticeable problem in winter. Use a highly moisturising lip balm which provides a protective barrier, with vitamin E for good elasticity. (6) Use mineral make-ups. "Mineral make-ups aren't just a craze. They are a better option," Tiarne said. "A true mineral make-up will provide a beautiful weightless coverage without the harmful chemicals of a normal make-up which, if promising a matte finish, will actually be stripping your skin's much- needed moisture and protective oils. "My pick is Inika mineral make-up. It is one of the only mineral make-up brands to have all of their products certified vegan and organic." Hold the alcohol "Toners, peels, and other astringents which have alcohol as an ingredient should be avoided," Tiarne said. And drinking a lot of water is not the way to hydrate dry skin. "It is a common myth that you can hydrate your skin by taking in copious amounts of water. "A very small percentage goes to our skin. The bottom line? Drink enough water to satisfy your thirst, but don't overdo it in the hope of hydrating your dry skin." Tiarne Jade Suckling is manager of Alyttle Beauty, on Level 2 at Westfield Shopping Centre, Tuggerah. Phone 4351 0242. She has been a diploma-qualified beauty therapist for six years, and diploma-qualified make-up artist for two years. RECOMMENDED: Tiarne has a rap on Dermalogica's Daily Microfoliant (right) and Ultra Calming Cleanser. And Inika mineral make-up products (left) are the real deal, she said. Specialist Cosmetic Surgeon 40 Years Surgical Experience - Thousands of Satisfied Patients Free Consultation CALL 4367 5257 for Zarema 4353 3777 for Reception 1300 COSMETIC (1300 2676 3842) • Office Suite 1071, Westfield Shopping Town, Tuggerah • Male Breast Reduction • Bat Ears • Eye Lid Surgery/Eye Bags • Lip Enhancement • Skin Fillers • Antiwrinkle Injections Walk In Walk Out Procedures Rhinoplasty Specialist Cosmetic Surgeon Computer imaging for all noses - Experienced professionals & outstanding facilities www.limage.com.au Specialist in: • Breast Implants • Liposuction • Face & Necklift • Facelift • Rhinoplasty We have mastered the art of nose reshaping Meet Dr. Thind, our dedicated and highly qualified surgeon www.mynose.com.au c8753496-3Jun
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