The “keeping it real” movement is stronger than ever in the skin care industry and it has an iconic fashion magazine to thank for its success.
The January issue of Vogue addresses the global wellness movement and how its gaining moment, not to mention that has become truly fashionable. “It’s so exciting,” said Natalya Borakowski. The owner of Desert Bloom Skin Care, who is a licensed aesthetician in Scottsdale, AZ, said we are finally embracing individuality, purity, and health instead of overdone and airbrushed fake images portrayed by the media.
Many skin care experts across the globe, including Borakowski, recognize the impacts of Global Wellness and their affect on the cosmetic industry. “Clients are demanding more natural results with the use of non-toxic, organic skin care products but what many don’t realize is that healthy skin cannot be separated from a healthy body. Have you ever seen an advertisement for supplements of fitness service and the model had bad skin? People who subscribe to healthy diet and exercise typically do not have inflammatory skin conditions.”
Borakowski stresses that Global Wellness isn’t only about fitness or diet. It also involves healthy sleep habits, limited exposure to stress structured around an optimal stress management system. “This is all fundamental to healthy skin, so the bottom line is Wellness and skincare cannot be separated.”
Although the skin care industry may be carving out its place in the Global Wellness movement, Borakowski said her colleagues should do more. “Most of us really care how we look, even if it’s just a few blemishes or wrinkles but it’s a different story when it involves our health. We only worry about that if we get really sick.”
The Scottsdale aesthetician believes more skin care specialists should become Wellness specialists who not only help people look young and attractive but who assist clients by encouraging better eating, exercise and sleep habits. This includes living a more stress-free lifestyle. “Topical skincare treatments can work in synergy with other holistic programs to create long lasting body change and overall healthier and happier clients. They complement each other very effectively and powerfully.”
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ABOUT DESERT BLOOM SKIN CARE CENTER:
Desert Bloom Skin Care Center has been serving customers of Phoenix Metro area since 2008. Anyone who has recently moved to Arizona is probably experiencing changes to their skin, sudden breakouts and acne. Severe dryness is very common.
Desert Bloom Skin Care Center uses the newest equipment and most advanced professional lines to address needs of absolutely any client. Microdermabrasion, oxygen facial, customized organic facial and chemical peel are some available options.
Company: Desert Bloom Skin Care Center
Address: Scottsdale, AZ