You may not be able to have a vegan chef follow you around like Beyonce. Or have a ‘glam squad’ on-demand like Kim K for make-up, but you can have the most important thing. Great skin care.

 

1.Microdermabrasion

It’s not pricy if you compare its long-lasting affects on the skin. “Microdermabrasion is a miracle,” said Gwyneth Paltrow, a huge fan of the treatment. Standard microderm treatments blast the skin, removing the dead skin, and sometimes if the client gets them too often can cause the skin to be paper thin. Not a great thing when it comes to sun exposure. We took the microderm to the next level with our all natural ORGANIC COTTON MICRODERM. Paltrow is a big advocate for wellness  and organic treatments and it shows. She’s in her early 40’s and her microbiotic diet and organic skincare makes her glow, inside and out!

 

Micro derm is realistic because you only need to get it a few times a year. We’re offering $20 off all skincare treatments of $95 or more throughout March, so get you derm on!

2. Micro Electrical Current Facials!

Written about in ELLE MAGAZINE , micro electrical current is another celeb fave we also do at The Green Spa. Lauded as “the new botox” it’s the use of electrical current to stimulate facial muscles. It’s been around for centuries, but now just catching heat. It doesn’t hurt, just feels like a buzzing sensation on your face and the next day, you’ve got yourself some star gazing skin.

3. Makeup who?

Another trend we talked about in our Oscar’s blog post is “the no makeup look.” Outside of the red carpet, it’s favored by Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow  and something we at The Green Spa have been advocating for years with our all natural mineral makeup. We feel so strongly about natural makeup, we only carry the ‘green’ lines  like Eminence and Jane Iredale. This month we’re hosting a number of teen makeup events this to teach young people to start using natural makeup early. Tips include: embrace using lip color a shade darker than your natural, and pick one area on your face you’d like to highlight. If you’re a fan of your cheekbones, use a natural color blush along your cheekbone and a highlighter directly above where you applied the blush on the harder part of your face. You won’t need much more. If you’re a fan of your eyes, mix and match natural earth tones for shadows using brushes you’ve invested in. Add some mascara on the top and bottom lashes. Again, you don’t need makeup anywhere else if you’ve flaunted chief asset. Pick a feature and go, you natural beauty, you!

And remember, always wear a broad spectrum sunblock with SPF 30.

Here’s Jen with the ‘no makeup look’.