Stretch Mark Removal on The s
Stretch marks so very common, Drew.That's a common problem. Anywhere from 70 to 90% of all women have stretch marks. And what are theyé They are scars in dermis and epidermis caused by a tearing or stretching of the dermal components. So she's gonna have a treatment here with fractional erbium laser resurfacing treatment. Exactly. This is the first time we can actually treat someone with silver and white stretch marks. Before this, every time I talked to a they said it's impossible, it cannot be treated. Here we go, we're gonna go ahead and treat this area. Do you feel anythingéNo, not really, no.
We actually have someone in our audience, Anna. She's another patient. I think Anna you completed a set of treatments for thisé Yes, three treatments. So I wanna do a little bit of before and after pictures if we could of your stretch marks. Applause We cannot really see the stretch marks afterwords. Is that right, Annaé Definitely. I've got amazing results. I was a bit skeptical at first. I didn't think that there was a treatment. Congratulations. Ourian, thank you so much.Thank you.
Good luck to you.Thank you.
DIY Skin care recipes and ingredients you SHOULD try
Hello again everyone! This is going to bemy DIY recipes to try tutorial. And by recipes I mean, you know, recipes, actual recipes,and ingredients that you may have seen around the internet, on , on blogs, et cetera.Sometimes even magazines have these. The response to my last tutorial, the DIY recipes not to try,was so overwhelmingly positive, I got really excited to make this one, so let's jump rightinto it. The first thing I want to talk about is probablythe most common thing that everyone asked about in the comments, and that is honey.Honey is awesome for the skin: completely, totally, fabulously awesome in so many ways.This is raw honey, raw honey is always going
to be better than processed honey, but evenprocessed honey does have its benefits. If you can get ahold of raw honey, definitelygo for it. It makes a huge difference. But let's talk about what honey does for the skinfor a sec. Honey is a humectant, which means it draws moisture into the skin. It has antisepticqualities, which means you can put it over acne, you can put it even over wounds. Like,my sister's boyfriend had an accident with his hand. He had a giant cut on his hand thatstarted to get infected. He put some raw honey on it and the swelling went down, the painwent down. It was kind of amazing. So honey is definitely a miracle product.Like I said, this is raw honey, another type
of honey that's really wonderful is calledManuka honey (that is spelled manuka, I will put that in the description) and Manukahoney is great for so many reasons. It has the same sorts of qualities that raw honeydoes, but it's also really great for digestion, for stomach pains, indigestion, ulcer pain,helps with ulcers in general. It's just really a wonderful product. So if you have acne,if you have dry skin, if you have normal skin and you just want to keep it that way: doesn'tmatter. Honey is a great ingredient. All of you who are asking about honey: it's absolutelywonderful; you should not worry about it at all. Just try to get raw honey or Manuka honeyif you can.
The next thing I want to talk about is somethingcalled the oil cleansing method. This is gaining a lot of popularity around and aroundthe blogosphere, as it's called. And basically, it's various types of recipes of differentoils combined to use as a cleanser. And I'm sure all of you have heard of different typesof cleansing oils, premade cleansing oils, like the Mac Cleanse off oil, or the Shu Uemuraoil, Laura Mercier has an oil, and they're getting very popular. But the benefit to makingyour own cleansing oil is that you have complete control over what goes into it, so you'renot going to get any fillers, you're not going to get any essential oils, fragrances thatyou don't want in there. Because remember,
you do not want fragrance in your skincareproducts. When you make your own cleansing oil, you can choose from a wide variety ofdifferent oils that have different beneficial properties for the skin. I'm working on differentrecipes, like, if you Google oil cleansing method there are lots and lots of recipesout there, but I personally don't have a list in front of me, so we'll get into that anothertime. But if oil cleansing is something that appeals to you, that you've been wanting totry, absolutely look it up. There are, like I said, a lot of different oils that are goodfor different skin types, even oily skin can find some oils that are beneficial. With that,you want to be careful that you're using oils
that are appropriate for your skin, becauselike I said in the last tutorial, certain oils like coconut oil and olive oil are not goingto be so good for oily skin or skin that is prone to comedogenic breakouts. So just doa little bit of research and make sure that you're choosing your oils wisely. The next thing I want to talk about is fruitmasks. Now, there are a lot of different fruits, there are a lot of different recipes for fruitmasks. It really doesn't matter what specific recipe you're using, all that matters is thatyou know if the ingredients in the mask are good for you. I can happily say that thereare many, many fruits that have wonderful