Frustrated With Your Skin? Consult a Professional!

I’m sure you do your best to stay updated when it comes to caring for your skin. You read magazines, surf the web, read blogs and generally you feel like you have obtained some good knowledge about what is right for your skin.

But I’m here to tell you that it’s impossible for you to keep updated on everything—especially in the ever-changing world of skin care. I believe that one of the best things you can do for yourself is to schedule a professional facial where you’ll get the opportunity to work with a skin specialist who will analyze your skin, hear your concerns and show you how to properly care for your skin based on your unique skin type.

Read What are the benefits of getting a facial? …

Can’t visit Renée Rouleau Skin Care Spa in Dallas? Read these helpful tips to find a reputable skin care professional in your area.

Read why skin care products can only do so much.

Bottom line: Don’t go it alone. Consult a professional who can develop an effective skin care game plan, so you’ll learn to love the skin you’re in.

Which products are right for your skin? See our nine skin types and get products recommended.

Need expert advice from a licensed esthetician? Schedule My Skin Prescription to get personalized advice in person, over the phone or via Skype or Facetime.

For more expert skin advice, check out Skin Source–the A-Z guide on all things skin. Also sign up for our skin tip e-newsletter, follow Renée Rouleau on Twitter and join the discussion on our Facebook page. You’ll be your own skin care expert in no time.

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