Get Pageant-Ready Skin

The Ultimate Summer Skin BFF


Summer has arrived. Bring on the sandals, the fire pits with yummy smores, and the ice-cold sweet tea or lemonades! Remember, do not forget to protect your skin this summer.


Keep it Healthy

Your skin is your body's largest organ. Did you know that a great way to maintain a pageant-ready glow is to use SPF daily? Regardless of your skin's complexion, SPF is essential to help reduce the premature signs of aging, sun damage, and uneven texture. Your skin not only benefits from staying well hydrated with water, a basic skin routine, and a well-balanced nutritional plan. Your skin will thank you for keeping away the damaging sun rays.


Easy Tips to Protect Your Beauty Queen Glow

Here are 3 easy ways to add SPF to your daily routine to protect that summer glow, well earned!


At the end of your morning routine, use a nickel-size amount of moisturizer with an SPF of at least 15 preferably SPF 30. Make sure to cover your face, neck, and decollate area. Our favorite brands include Aveeno, Dermalogica, and Neutragena.

  1. Grab a travel size of your favorite SPF and spray on the go. Keep it in your bag and re-apply when outside. Make a summer cosmetic bag and don't forget to add chapstick!

  2. Use a BB or CC cream with SPF inside of the product to help protect your skin and provide a little bit of coverage for a flawless summer no-makeup makeup look!


SPF is Summer's Best Friend

SPF is highly recommended by dermatologists, beauty experts, and skin therapists across the world. It is necessary actually all year long. Commit to using SPF daily and your skin will thank you later!


Treat your skin. Have you ever tried a professional facial? Summer is a great time to get a local professional opinion and customized routine to help your skin stay in its best shape. Our skin is a powerful organ that is worth protecting. Treat your skin to daily SPF use. It's like putting on your seat belt before driving. Make it a habit all year long! It will keep your skin safe.


P.S.: It's a law around here ;) (Not a real law, but if your skin could speak, just saying!)