3 cruelty-free skincare products to leave your face glowing

Your skin has seen better days. Cold weather can leave your face feeling dull and dry, and all you want is for it to be bright and moisturized. With so many skincare tools out there, it’s hard to decide which one is best for your skin. Since these days are all about self-care, we’ve rounded up three skincare tools from StackedSkincare to help your skin look clearer and feel softer on a budget. StackedSkincare is a vegan, cruelty-free, non-comedogenic, and sulfate-free skincare line, rated highly on Amazon, with over 4 stars. If you want to keep the self-care train a-runnin’, give yourself a stunning gel mani with this at-home gel manicure LED lamp.

StackedSkincare Dermaplaning Exfoliation Tool, on sale for $52.99 (29% off)

Skip the spa for now and exfoliate your face at home with this aesthetician-developed exfoliation tool. Its syringe edge blade will remove buildup, dead skin, and

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Flagstaff Face and Body: More than you imagined |

Flagstaff Face & Body takes pride in our motto, “More than you imagined.” The first thing many people might think of when they hear the word spa is facials and massage. As a medical spa, we do offer those services, but also so much more. Are you ready?

Dr. John Bass, our medical director, is a highly acclaimed plastic surgeon from Phoenix. Book an appointment with him and his nurse Norma to discuss plastic surgery treatment options. They can confidently answer any questions you might have and show you a variety of before and after pictures demonstrating work done right here at Flagstaff Face & Body.

Lisa Shea and Angie Hayes are our nurse injectors, and Lisa is entering her eighth year as a part of the team

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Chillhouse Pivots to Face and Body Care, as Spa Remains at Limited Capacity

Chillhouse is hoping to recoup sales lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Following success via its Chill Tips press-on nails, Chillhouse is releasing a collection of day and night face oils and body oil mists. All four products are priced at $48 and will be sold via Chillhouse’s website, SoHo flagship and Urban Outfitters.

“It really started with me asking myself, ‘if I can bottle a spa, what would that look like?’” said Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton, Chillhouse’s founder and chief executive officer. “When you go into a spa, you feel a little drab and in a slump, like you need some invigoration. When you come out, you’re always covered in oils and feel so happy and rejuvenated. That’s exactly what I wanted to create for our first line of products.”

Ramirez-Fulton declined to offer sales projections for Chillhouse’s body care collection, though she expects the line to “outpace the monthly sales

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Cleaning Off Your Face Is as Easy as 1, 2, 3 (Miracle Products)

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