Pear and Poppy Seed Microderm Polisher

This week, December 14th-20th, we will be featuring the Pear and Poppy Seed Microderm Polisher by Eminence. This is a favorite of many of our staff members and clients here at the spa. This intense microderm skin polisher can be used on all skin types including dry, uneven, and congested skin.

Eminence is known for their organic skin care and as a line that offers a truly exquisite skin-care experience. Their products are so natural you can see the fresh fruit pulps and seeds, and smell the herbs. Their philosophy is simple, natural, and it fits with the modern need of finding natural skin care solutions.

PearpsThe key ingredients in the Pear and Poppy Seed Microderm Polisher provide different benefits to the skin. Pear and green tea act as powerful antioxidants, green apple as an anti-inflammatory, and poppy seeds and walnuts provide gentle exfoliation, while the apricot kernal oil softens and sooths the skin and alfalfa provides vitimin rich essential nutrition.

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From one of our owners: Kristen Olberz

“I use mainly Eminence products for my daily face routine and love them all for a variety of reasons, but my current favorite is the Pear and Poppy Seed Microderm Polisher.  I find that my dry skin gets a bit flaky this time of the year, despite using heavier moisturizers, and the Pear and Poppy Seeds provide just the trick for keeping my face glowing.  I use it every few days, applied after washing my face with the Stone Crop facial wash, but one of our aestheticians mixes it with the Coconut Facial Cleanser (or any of the creamier facial cleansers) to get both the moisture and the exfoliation benefits.  It’s gentle on my skin, just helping those dead skin cells to move on, allowing my freshest face to come through.  Along with the exfoliation benefits, the formula has antioxidants and lots of happy skin food while rinsing off completely clean.  And the container lasts me a good long time since very little goes a long way.”

Kristen is a registered nurse, works at Providence Hospital in labor and delivery, and instructs hypnobirthing classes here at the spa.

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