Spa Perfect Skin at Home

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Spa Perfect Skin at HomeEven when our wallets aren't padded well enough for pricey spa treatments, it doesn't mean our skin doesn't need, or deserve, the luxury treatment from time to time. Professional pampering, whether in the form of facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, or any other youth-boosting technique, can transform the texture and appearance of your skin, and getting the royal treatment is beneficial for both our stress and happiness levels too. But fortunately for all of us these days, you don't have to spend a ton of money at a spa to look and feel like you just walked out of one.

Modern skin-care technology has come a long way in recent years, and achieving spa-perfect skin at home is just as easy as making an appointment at your local skin-care emporium. One of our favorite do-it-yourself treatments? DERMAdoctor's Physical Chemistry, which is a chemical peel and microdermabrasion session bottled into one simple, rejuvenating jar. Fine lines, enlarged pores, sun damage, acne scars, and dull, flakey skin will dissipate, leaving your friends dying to ask you for your aesthetician's phone number. (It also helps exfoliate and prepare your skin to apply self-tanning products, so your pals may be asking you about the resort vacation you never took too.) Plus, it works wonders for people with sensitive skin, since it's dermatologist tested and approved—with no fragrances or dyes to irritate skin—not to mention it's pH-balanced and soap-and-oil free.

So the next time you feel the need to revitalize your skin, run yourself a hot bubble bath, put on some soft music, spritz the air with your favorite essential oil scent, and transform your own bathroom into a luxurious spa oasis. Apply a small amount of Physical Chemistry to dry skin and massage it in gently with your fingertips. Rinse, pat yourself dry, and follow up with your favorite moisturizer or cosmetics if you feel like it. When you're all done, you may find yourself wondering why you ever thought you needed to book a spa appointment in the first place. Because after all, you really don't.

By Cathy Garrard
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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