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March 22, 1986 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-22

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BEAUTY
AND THE
BASICS

BY SANDRA. ESKOVITZ:VIA_URER

A

t this time of year, we
realize that the cold
winter months are
extremely drying and
cruel to our bodies. So with
spring fast approaching, here
are some de-winterizing basics
for a beautiful and healthier
you.

BEAUTY ISN'T ONLY SKIN
DEEP: Many factors contribute to
glowing, healthy skin: water,
nutrition, exercise and sleep.
Water is essential in keeping skin
unblemished, naturally moist and
plumped from within for healthy
texture. It is often suggested that
drinking eight glasses of water a
day will benefit the entire body. A
balanced diet, exercise and
plenty of sleep are also essential
for renewing and refreshing your
entire body from the inside out.
Kitty Wagner, owner of the Kitty
Wagner Facial Salon in Hunter's

8

Jewish News

Square in Farmington Hills,
suggests following these steps
for basic daily skin care in
keeping your skin healthy and
clean:
• Cleanse.
• Soap.
• Toner.
• Elastin Cream.
• Moisturizer.
• Protective Day Cream.

Wagner points out that "a good
test to see what winter has done
to your skin is to get into your car
on a bright, sunny day. Look into
the rear-view mirror. You will be
amazed at what you see. Your
skin can appear cracked and
dehydrated."
Mary Glancz, owner of the
Mary Glancz Facial Salon in
Birmingham, refers to springtime
as a "time of year when the skin
becomes a little tired, itchy and
red, what dermotologists call

Cosmetic artist Hanan
performs make-up
magic in this client's
makover. Peach powder
rouge accents a light
buff foundation and lips
are lined in raspberry
and pink. Eyes are
highlighted in pink,
peach and teal with a
blue-tone Kohl pencil.

Pruripus Hiemalis or 'winter
itch skin'."
Both women agree that a salon
facial revitilizes your winter skin
and gets it ready for spring and
summer.
In a European-type salon, this
becomes a "body facial". Glancz
explains, "We peel the whole
body from head to toe. We apply

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