The Route to Beautiful Skin: The Ideal Morning and Evening Skincare Routines with Jules From Face of Jules

The Route to Beautiful Skin: The Ideal Morning and Evening Skincare Routines with Jules From Face of Jules
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Esthetics in the sense the word is used today refers to the “science” of skincare. It covers not only facial products like skin creams and make-up, but full body treatments, including, though not limited to lasers, exfoliation, and more. The ideal objective is flawless, beautifully toned skin. The more realistic goal is good-looking skin achieved and maintained through the daily application of skincare products and a healthy lifestyle. 

Today women have an extraordinary range of cosmetics and esthetics companies from which to choose. Prominent among these is Hollywood’s Face of Jules offering premier esthetics services and a holistic approach to skincare to LA’s elite for over ten years. Founded by Jules, the Face of Jules team is committed to improving their clients’ skin with innovative services and healthy diet recommendations as they understand the life-changing power these transformations can have. 

Using her own experience as a template, Jules believes that “beautiful skin starts from within.” For this reason, Face of Jules takes a holistic approach to skincare. Products do a great deal to make one look one’s best, but it’s once a client has addressed the root causes of skin problems, such as poor diet, inflammation, and hormonal imbalance, that even the best products can achieve their optimum effect.

With that being said, skincare products play a crucial role in a comprehensive approach to achieving and maintaining healthy skin in the long term. This is precisely why we asked Jules to leverage her expert opinion and give our readers a glimpse into her personal morning and evening skincare routines.

Jules’s morning skincare routine consists of the application of six scientifically developed products:

1) IsClinical Cleansing complex

2) Epicurean colostrum mist toner

3) IsClinical advanced eye serum

4) IsClinical Super Serum

5) Vivant Marine Skin Nourishment Cream

6) X-treme Cream Propolis Sunscreen 

Jules knows from experience that, if applied sequentially, these products prepare the skin for work or play, or whatever the day may bring. 

Jules’s evening skincare routine consists of the application of four distinct products: 

1)IsClinical warming honey cleanser

2) Epicurean colostrum mist toner

3) Vivant Derm-A-Renew

4) IsClinical youth eye complex

Of course, those looking for additional options to improve their skin can visit the Face of Jules clinic for more advanced treatments. Face of Jules offers the state-of-the-art microdermabrasion, chemical peels, oxygen therapy, ultrasound facials, and DMK Enzyme that contemporary consumers have come to expect from high-end skin clinics. What sets the company apart is its emphasis on the relationship between skin and overall health. Skin is the body’s largest organ. To look its best, it has to exist in harmony with the body as a whole, where it profits from an overall healthy lifestyle. 

On the relationship between skincare and a healthy diet — as well as the place products have in her approach to glowing skin, Jules states, “My clients are always shocked when I start asking about their diet and supplement intake. They are so used to everyone pushing the next best “miracle” product that they actually never have stopped to think about the internal aspect to getting clear healthy skin. The skin care product industry is a multibillion-dollar industry, and with that being said many are fooled by false marketing claims. Don’t get me wrong, the proper skin care products for your skin type can absolutely take your skin’s health to the next level, but as far as completely reversing compromised skin conditions it takes both quality products and a major change in health and wellness which needs to be prioritized above anything else.”

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