With so much buzz around skincare and active ingredients these days it's hard to tell what works, what doesn’t and what products and ingredients you should be using on your skin. The problem is that there is no simple answer. So with that being said, let’s take a look at the skincare industry, the function of skin and why real skincare is more than buzzwords false promises. It's is estimated that skincare is the biggest segment in the beauty industry with its global sales exp
Our team at Skin Worthy is thrilled to give you the insider's perspective on who we are and why we love what we do. We want our clients to get to know us better so we can be your trusted friends in the aesthetic industry. Meet Our Team Name: Barb Hemsworth Hidden Talent: Drawing , painting and fashion design. I completed my education in this field as well and I love bringing this artistic element to my aesthetic nursing practice. Most Used Emoji: 🤗🤦🏻♀️🙏🏼❤️ Beauty Icon:
It’s surprisingly common for or patients to come into the clinic with an image that depicts their beauty goals, sometimes its Angelina Jolie’s sharp jawline or those infamous Kylie Jenner lips. People like to show photos of aspirational images that they desire to achieve, but interestingly those photos are starting to be more often of the patient themselves. Not their current everyday appearance—the person we see walking into the office, but instead the face-tuned or snapchat
Are symmetrical faces the most beautiful?
They say symmetry is beautiful, it is pleasing to the eye, it is predictable therefore it makes us feel at ease however, I believe this pertains to inanimate objects. Humans are not inanimate objects, our faces move, express, show emotion and help us communicate. In my opinion facial asymmetry is interesting, even though it seems like very obvious to oneself, it often goes unnoticed by others. To be it is natural, calming, and capti