Monthly Archives: August 2014

New product launch: Yonka cellular code

Cellular Code SerumYon Ka Skincare has announced the introduction of a wonderful new serum in one of their specialty categories, Anti Aging. This product is designed to address numerous, undesirable skin issues that are common in mature skin types. With regular use, newly developed Yon Ka Skincare Age Exception Cellular Code Long Life Infusion Serum provides the skin with vitality and youthfulness.

The science behind the natural ingredient deck included in this new serum is the powerhouse capability of cellular reprogramming within skin tissue. Mature skin needs critical defense capabilities and increased cellular communication to improve. Restorative cellular healing and energy is enhanced with ATP production in the skin cells. This powerful action improves skin and defends it against the aging process. Continue reading

Back to School Basics: Simple Skincare for Students

BacktoSchoolBlogWhether settling into the new classroom or heading off the college, students of all ages often need a little guidance with regard to skincare. Teens and young adults face a number of skincare issues due to hormonal changes, stress, and little understanding of proper skincare. Left to their own devices, many students end up purchasing harsh cleansers and toners from the drugstore, often exacerbating any existing skin issues. Continue reading

The Long and the Short of it: Professional Solutions for Ingrown Hair

iStock_000024719092SmallGuys are definitely used to ingrown hair, a relatively common issue with daily shaving of the face. But what is really never spoken of is ingrown hair experienced by women from shaving and waxing. So while men have these wonderful aftershaves, women are typically left in the dark.

The basic idea behind ingrown hair is that a hair is growing faster than dead skin cells can be naturally sloughed by the skin. This can cause the area immediately around the hair to become inflamed and painful. If not treated properly, bacteria that is naturally found on the surface of the skin can make its way into the follicle, resulting in a serious infection requiring medical intervention. Continue reading