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CHARCOAL – Skin benefits

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CHARCOAL has SO many benefits for the skin and has been around for ages! More recently, charcoal has made it’s way back around and has been the talk lately! From charcoal toothpaste to charcoal masques, it seems to be the BIG craze! As Master Estheticians at Calm Spa and Salon in Pleasant Grove, Utah, we…

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Exfoliation

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Let's talk about exfoliation of the skin. Did you know there are two types of exfoliants? Physical exfoliants and chemical exfoliants. As we age our cell turn over rate slows down drastically making our skin not feel and look smooth. In turn, we should be exfoliating 2 to 3 times a week to help slough off dead skin. Physical exfoliants…

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Waxing DO’S and DONT’S

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Have you ever had a Brazilian Wax?? Are you too shy to talk about it with friends and don’t know where to go? Don’t be! Calm Spa and Salon in Pleasant Grove is your go to spa for all waxing services including the Brazilian Wax. Calm’s Master Estheticians are skilled and knowledgeable. They will immediately…

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Brazilian waxing

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On a daily basis, I have clients come in for a Brazilian wax and some of the first words that come out of their mouths are, "I read online." or "my friend tried waxing herself and the wax got stuck and wouldn't come off." When it comes to brazilian waxing that last thing you want…

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Braided Beauty

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We all have those days where we are running behind and don't have a lot of time to spend on our hair. Or we are trying to get one more day out of our hair before having to wash it again. On days like this...BRAID. Braids are beautiful and fast. They can be elaborate, if…

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Dry Brushing 101

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There are many factors that cause our skin to become dry. One example is age. As we age, our cell turnover rate slows down and we don't produce as much oil. We are not able to slough off our dead skin cells like we were able to do when we were younger resulting to dry…

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