See What Natalie Coughlin, U.S. Olympic Swimmer has to say about dryness!

Natalie Coughlin Dishes on Anti-dryness
With the Olympics in full swing, we can’t help but to be mesmerized by all the events and the Olympic beauties who are representing us! We came across an interesting article from the Huffington Post that reminds us, even the ‘super humans’ need a daily routine to keep up with hair and skin┬áhealth.

Natalie Coughlin, the 29-year-old beauty battles with dryness from consistantly training in the pool.

“I don’t wear makeup when I compete,” she says. “You’ll just finish the final of a race and you’re on TV 2 minutes later without makeup on and red in the face. It’s an unusual situation, but it forces me to focus on skin and well-groomed brows. … I’m not the type to stare in the mirror all day but I want to look as good as I can.”

Natalie reveals that she uses a dry brush on her skin before a shower or bath to exfoliate dead skin cells, she also uses a leave-in conditioner to help lock in the moisture!

Here at the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology, we offer an array of services to help maintain or restore any skin or hair challenges you may be facing. We also carry the Paul Mitchell hair care line and super hydrating moisturizers from the Dermalogica line.

No matter your skin type or condition, there’s a Dermalogica Moisturizer that’s right for you. Moisturizers are greatly misunderstood, as they do more than just moisten dehydrated skin!

Emollients help keep skin soft and smooth, can help regulate excessive oiliness or dryness, and even help protect against environmental assaults that trigger sensitivity, premature aging and skin damage.

Come see us for a free face mapping and go home with the perfect moisturizer!

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