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Custom blend Your Own Salt Scrub at Ladyburg. Owned by aesthetician, Crystal Wellman, Ladyburg, a smell-good, vibrantly colored shop, allows you to release your inner creative and renders the purchase of custom scented soaps and lotions an interactive blast. Afterwards, spend some time window shopping along Caroline Street - a wondrous assemblage of boutique stores.
Ladyburg is located in the middle of downtown and offers some of the most unique bath and body products. A lot of their items are handmade, and they also have an advanced skin care system called Crystal Clear Acne. Make sure to give them a visit next time you’re downtown.
Acne may take root due to many things—hormones, medications, cosmetics, genetics, and more. But according to Wellman, "Changing a few foods that you eat can help hydrate and improve your skin while possibly avoiding breakouts." Among those foods? These!
This September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and Crystal Wellman, master aesthetician and owner of Crystal Clear Acne Clinic, will collaborate with Dr. Yum of the Dr. Yum Project to educate children on the importance of eating right and the best foods to eat for your health and skin.
“Together with Dr. Yum, we are educating children and parents about healthy food choices and the importance of starting to eat nutritious foods right now through ongoing workshops and classes,” affirms Crystal Wellman, master aesthetician and owner of Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. “It’s true: you are what you eat and it’s important to eat right.”
“Dehydrated skin cells regenerate more slowly, which causes a build-up of dead skin, especially during the winter,” affirms Crystal Wellman, master aesthetician and owner of Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. “This, in turn, inhibits light reflection, causing the skin to look dull and fine lines more pronounced. The build-up also prevents moisturizer from properly absorbing.”
Skin loses hydration from low temperatures, cold winds, central heating and low humidity. Dryness leads to a breakdown of the of the skin barriers, causing inflammation.
"Men and women develop acne for all sorts of reasons, regardless of age," affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. "What most people don't realize is that there are a few changes you can make to your lifestyle to help prevent acne from forming."
Acne specialist, Crystal Wellman, joins Dr. Friedman to share some simple steps you can take to avoid those awful breakouts, no matter your age.
“What they should be warning people about is the antibiotic resistance from the overuse of antibiotics to treat the symptoms of acne,” affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. “It’s true that you can develop an allergic reaction from the ingredients in acne products, but the risk is minimal.”
To avoid an allergic reaction from your acne products, don’t purchase your products over-the-counter and see a trained acne specialist, who is trained to test for allergic reactions. Continue to visit a specialist to stay on top of your acne, keep your skin clear and avoid overusing your product.
Shrimp, crab, and lobster are high in iodine, which can lead to clogged pores and acne. Instead, try fish, which contains fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6 to improve your skin, says Crystal Wellman, a master aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic.
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So many people are suffering from all sorts of acne right now, from mild to severe, but you don’t have to,” affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal ClearAcne Clinic, located in Fredericksburg, Va. “There are the obvious steps you can take to reduce your acne, like reducing your stress or eating healthier. However, there are certain actions that people can take which you may not have thought of before.
"A lot of people don't realize that it's what they are eating that is causing their acne," affirms Crystal Wellman, a Master Aesthetician and owner of the Crystal Clear Acne Clinic. "By changing a few foods that you eat, you can hydrate and improve your skin while avoiding breakouts."