September 2015 Newsletter

Freshly Scrubbed Masthead

September 2015

Hello my lovely friends!

It has been officially one year since I joined the fabulous Nerissa Campbell at Beauty Anew Medspa, and I am so grateful for each and every one of the wonderful clients I have met and gotten to know in the past year. THANK YOU for trusting me with your skin, and I hope you allow our relationship to continue well into the future. Every single client who walks in the door means so much to me. I am committed to helping you age gracefully and LOVE YOUR SKIN. Your satisfaction with my services is taken very seriously, and if you are ever not happy, I sincerely want to know (and give me the opportunity to make it better).

SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 2 – All Day


Help us celebrate our One Year Anniversary at Beauty Anew Medspa!

Sip some champagne ~ Tour the spa ~ Enjoy refreshments

Fun & Fabulous Giveaways!

FREE Mineral Makeup or Skin Scope Consultations* ($25 Value)

(*Appointment time recommended with Face Perfection)

Meet Massage Pro Eric Deegear, LMT

**PLUS: Keep an eye out for our mailed postcard invitation worth up to $100!**

Bring it with you to draw for your prizes, including

discounts on products and services from 10% up to $100!

Beauty Anew Medspa ~ 6013 W Overland Rd Ste 103, Boise ID 83709

Welcome Massage Pro Eric Deegear, LMT

“Hello, I’m Eric, your local massage therapist here in Boise. I’ve been licensed for 5 years, hold licenses in multiple states and am pursuing a path to becoming a massage instructor. I am passionate about and highly skilled in:

– Sports Massage – Deep Tissue
–   Reflexology –   Hot Stone
–   Swedish –   Injury Recovery
–   Prenatal –   Fibromyalgia

I like to get to know my clients and see them progress as we work together to bring the relaxation that they need.”

To schedule an appointment with Eric, call or text 210.264.6047 or go to

Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46

NOW AVAILABLE at Face Perfection

My aElta_MD_UV_Clear_SPF_46_1024x1024bsolute favorite sunscreen for oily/problem skin types and men is Elta MD UV Clear SPF 46. This lightweight, silky formula helps calm and protect sensitive skin types prone to break outs, rosacea and skin discoloration. It contains niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, and lactic acid, ingredients that promote the appearance of healthy looking skin. Very reasonably priced at only $32.

PLUS IT UP with Epionce!

Most of you are all aware how much I love, use, and wholeheartedly endorse Epionce, an exceptional locally manufactured product line created by Idaho dermatologist, Carl Thornfeldt, Epionce_Group_2012_webMD. The results I’ve seen in my skin since I’ve used the product have been extremely effective.

YES – starting with your first Epionce core products can be a little expensive, but I’ve got a solution for that: Clients who purchase *any* prepaid facial series package are invited to PLUS IT UP for just an additional $100 to receive their first 4 full-size Epionce product regimen (normally a $200 or more value) to get started. Then, PLUS IT UP clients receive 20% discount on ALL Epionce purchases for a full year, including 20% off Epionce discount specials. It’s a super easy way to get started on this cosmetically elegant skincare line that focuses on calming damaging chronic inflammation while building a healthier, stronger skin barrier.

Facial packages start at just $216 for 4-45 Minute Restore facials, and they must be used within 12 months – another great way to be sure you keep your skin looking its best!

Notes from the Blog:

Acne Friends & Acne Foes, Part 1

There are so many confusing tips about caring for your skin when you are suffering with acne. Clearing your acne takes focus and commitment, and it won’t happen overnight. I’d like to share some of my top dos and don’ts, also known as Acne Friends and Acne Foes. Part one of this two-parter addresses the Acne Foes.

Acne Foes

  1. Picking. No-no-no. Just, no. Picking leads to scabbing, which leads to scarring and marks that stay on your skin long after the pimple goes away. Picking at your face could also create a deeper infection, or worse, trigger a staph infection that spreads far beyond the original blemish (and can even land you in the hospital). I know you can’t help it, but DON’T DO IT.
  2. “Non-Comedogenic” Products. But they are supposed to be non-comedogenic,whatever that means, so it’s good for acne, right? Not necessarily….

Read more on my blog at

Have a question?

Email me at

Fall Community Ed Classes available at

I’m teaching 3 classes this fall at West Junior High:

September 22 – Acne-Free Action Plan: for anyone (at any age) who suffers with frustrating acne break outs.

September 29– Learn to Love the Skin You’re In: a guide to looking your best and aging gracefully without surgery.

October 6 – Clearing Cosmetics Confusion: how to make the right product purchases for your skin type and skin care goals.

Go to for more information on each class and to register.

*Interested in learning in a more comfortable environment than a classroom, or at a more convenient time and date, with a few of your favorite friends? I would be happy to share my skin care experience and knowledge with you and your friends in your home – no purchases required, or hard sell tactics involved! I’ll bring along my skin scope, and let’s plan a fun night together—call or text me for more details at 208.724.6250

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