Health & Beauty
8 Skin Care Habits That Make Facialists Face Palm
Even if you think you've got your cleanse-tone-moisturize routine down, there's probably still something you do that drives the pros crazy
Estheticians and facialists definitely know a thing or two about this. They see clients every day and witness the effects of skin care regimens gone wrong. Bad products, outdated advice, lazy habits -- all of it translates to a less-than-perfect complexion that they now have to fix.
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While they're not really complaining, there is a problem. Facials, no matter how amazing they are, can only do so much if your at-home skin care routine isn't right. "It's like working out with a trainer and then going to Krispy Kreme after you exercise," says Annet King, head of the International Dermal Institute. "You're just not going to see results."
So save the sanity of your favorite skin care pro and to help your complexion look even better, we asked estheticians for the skin care habits they wish we'd break immediately. And while you're probably not committing all of these skin care sins, there's a good chance you're doing at least one of them. So show your facialist some love and check out the list.
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