7 beauty treatments for silky-smooth skin

  • Spa therapists can safely and professionally remove dead skin cells in a variety of ways. 

  • Many Korean day spas offer a body scrub where they use exfoliating mitts to scrub off the dead skin.

  • Other treatments include a seaweed massage, a tightening enzyme body mask, and a Dead Sea mud mask.

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Narrator: Here are seven professional body treatments that can help you achieve silky-smooth skin.

You can try a full-body scrub to get rid of dead skin, like this one offered at Hugh Spa, a Korean day spa in Los Angeles. First, you soak in a hot tub to prep your skin for exfoliation. A spa therapist then uses a traditional Korean scrub mitt and technique to exfoliate dead skin cells off. They even can get hard-to-reach areas, like your back.

Catherine Bak: The scrub is

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How Demi Moore Prepped Her Skin Before Her Surprise Fendi Runway Appearance

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Demi Moore knows the importance of good skin care.

On Sunday, days after making an appearance on the runway during Paris Fashion Week, the actress, 58, gave her fans a behind-the-scenes look at what her beauty routine consists of ahead of a major runway show, highlighting an important part of her skin regimen.

In a photograph captured by model and actress Cara Delevingne, the mother of three is seen posing beside her daughter Scout Willis as the duo each don face masks before the show.

“Pre-show prep,” Moore wrote in the caption of the post.

RELATED: Demi Moore Goes High-Fashion Model on Fendi Runway: See Her Surprising Catwalk Cameo!

Last week, Moore opened Kim Jones’ debut couture collection for Fendi, wearing an off-the-shoulder silk suit with a peplum hemline.

The Ghost actress wore her signature long dark hair pulled back to spotlight

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It’s never too late to address skin concerns

Amy Burton is a Licensed Medical Esthetician at Vitality Med Spa in Melbourne.

Q: Why did you go into the medical field?

A: Starting my career as a skin care expert and professional make-up artist I would on many occasions apply make-up to problematic skin normally caused by genetics, hormones, hygiene and/or incorrect use of skincare products.

I knew clients needed a medical approach to help heal their skin as opposed to just covering it up.

I could not help but feel the client’s pain of being self-conscious about their skin issues. At that time, I began channeling my focus toward medical aesthetics.     

Q: What services do you provide?

A: I have created a fusion between rectifying skin problems using cutting edge, medically driven skincare disciplines, technology and techniques.

The most popular service I currently provide is the Juvesa Peel. It is an advanced medical microdermabrasion facial treatment which gently

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Shen Beauty Founder Jessica Richards Talks Clean Skin Care

Photo: Courtesy of Jessica Richards

Jessica Richards didn’t intentionally set out to have a career in beauty, but you wouldn’t know it from her résumé. She worked at Lucky magazine alongside Eva Chen and Gillian Gorman Round, helped Free People enter the beauty and wellness space, and launched third-party wellness brands at Goop, all within the past decade. Throughout that time, she was also running her own store, Shen Beauty, which she founded in 2010 after becoming pregnant and taking a hiatus from her styling job at Vogue.

“About four months after I had my son, my face cream broke. I realized I was always going into Manhattan to get a new one, which wasn’t as easy with

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