At-Home Skincare Videos from St. Ives®

At-Home Skincare Videos from St. Ives®

Not every woman can afford to splurge on a facial with a celebrity aesthetician, but thanks to St. Ives® now they can get skincare advice from one of the industry’s best! Jillian Wright, a leading New York aesthetician, whose client roster has included Alicia Silverstone, Ivana Trump and Tea Leone, shares her skincare secrets within how-to videos which can be found on stives.com. Whether your readers need help choosing the right exfoliation products or expert advice in building a skincare routine, they are one click closer to naturally vibrant looking skin!

Check out some great tips for at home spa care here.

Some great product to get you going on your at home spa day:

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I love this body polish it smells great and smooths on like butter. It has just the right amount of sugar crystals to exfoliate without irritating my sensitive skin. On top of being a great product it is super affordable!

· St. Ives Mineral Therapy In-Shower Exfoliating Body Polish ($6.99 for 8 oz. jar) contains a unique mineral blend and sugar crystals made for gentle skin exfoliation, removing dead skin cells to leave skin feeling soft and smooth.

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A great lotion for the cold, dry months I love how hydrating this lotion is. It leaves my skin feeling soft and absorbs super quick.

* St. Ives Renewing Collagen Elastin Advanced Body Moisturizer ($4.99 for 18 fl oz. pump) combines essential collagen and elastin, key proteins that enhance skin to look younger and healthier. Clinically proven to relieve and condition dryness, St. Ives has created a product that provides a true sensory experience, while simultaneously offering effective results.


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