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Aestheticians’ Seasonal Tips

Seasonal Tips from our Devenir Aestheticians – Summer 2017

Published on May 4, 2017 by

Alissa: The heat is creeping-up on us fast! Now is the time to replenish your sunscreen supply. Check your current bottles for expiration dates and make sure they have the active physical block ingredients Zinc Oxide and/or Titanium Dioxide. The

Seasonal Tips from Our Devenir Aestheticians – Winter 2016

Published on November 1, 2016 by

Carol says: Hydration is the MAGIC word for cooler and dryer months. Stay hydrated by drinking water and use topical products (including Sunscreen!) to keep the skin looking fresh and feeling its best! Brandi says: Now is the time for

Seasonal Tips from Our Devenir Aestheticians – Summer 2016

Published on July 15, 2016 by

Aesthetician Carol: Don’t forget your hat! Protect your skin by wearing hats. Hats are stylish, fun and provide great protection from the brutal Texas sun!

Seasonal Tips from Our Devenir Aestheticians – Spring 2016

Published on May 19, 2016 by

Aesthetician Alissa: The hottest new trends in aesthetic medicine are all about fat reduction. With the famous Austin summer fixing to kick into full gear, we’ll all be showing a lot more skin. Kybella™ is THE treatment for under the

Seasonal Tips from Devenir Aesthetician Brandi

Published on February 9, 2016 by

Life is short. Why not wear those shorts? Now is the perfect time to begin losing those unwanted inches, especially in our problematic midsection and thighs. Vanquish® treatments deliver continuous thermal energy to a large area. The stubborn fat cells

Seasonal Tips from Devenir Aesthetician Alissa

Published on February 8, 2016 by

The winter season takes its toll on our skin. Epionce® Skincare Products have naturally formulated a solution for our skin. Their Enriched Firming Mask contains extracts of Meadowfoam, Avocado and Date Fruit for a boost of hydration. This mask maximizes