Skin Therapy by Lauren

While vital to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, face masks are causing an uptick in acne. The humid and sticky environment your mask creates around your face lends itself to breakouts around the nose, cheeks, mouth, and chin. You are not alone. This condition, known as “maskne” (mask acne), is a common side effect of using a mask for prolonged periods. Maskne doesn’t merely cause pimples, though. It may also result in skin issues, including redness, bumpiness, and irritation.

If you, your spouse, teen, tween, son, or daughter are concerned about maskne, join licensed esthetician and USC mom Lauren Fritz-Gibbs as she explains what maskne is and how to prevent it. She will also talk about how nutrition affects the skin.

As a participant, you and your family will get a Himalayan clay mask to apply during the seminar, a facial silicon scrub brush, a microfiber towel. You will also get a car kit to help with on-the-go mask organization and skin therapy to keep men, women, kids smiling under the masks!

When: Sunday, March 14th at 5:30 pm
Price: $35 – to be paid via Venmo to @Christina-Clodfelter
RSVP by Saturday, March 6th

Participants will be emailed regarding pick up days and times.
Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 938 7757 3807 Passcode: 543806

RSVP deadline is past

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