A Skincare Regimen Isn’t One-Size-Fits-All

You spend time choosing your food and clothing, why not your skincare? Like working out, it helps to know what your goals are, what you like/don’t like, and what may work best for you. Basic skincare is fairly, well, basic: Cleanser, Toner (not if your skin is already dry), Moisturizer, Sunscreen. But even a basic regimen improves significantly when you …

Fall "Skin" Love In 4 Steps

As the leaves turn and fall, do your own shedding and renewal:

Our post-summer skinfest begins with a royal residue-ridding to wash away summer’s big sweat soirée and flush out the greasy flotsam that strikes fear in every pore. In other words: here’s how to transition your skincare from summer to fall.
Treat yourself to some serious skin love and it won’t be just the autumn leaves looking so fine this fall!

Like A Dental Cleaning For Your Face…The Facial

Safe Pore Purging Like a deeper dental cleaning…but far, far more pleasant. If your daily skincare regimen is like brushing your teeth (ok, with those awesome actives, it’s more than just basic hygiene)…a facial is like the deeper cleaning you get at the dentist’s. A clinically-sound facial gives your skin the deeper cleaning that it …

I “Dew”: Julie’s (Hypoallergenic!) Bridal Beauty Success Story

“Most bridal magazines say that wedding planning should include a skin regimen. My very first facial was at the VMV boutique in New York City. Holly, my VMV esthetician, was just amazing! I knew my skin was in great hands. After my 6-month wedding bliss facial package, I couldn’t be any happier! From experience, VMV …

VMV Hypoallergenics: The Superman of Skincare

  By Emma Werner The Fashion HotBox in New York City | Jul 11, 2016 I recently had an amazing spa experience with VMV Hypoallergenics, a skincare company that prides themselves on being the “safest, most proven effective care on the planet,” and it certainly holds up to that mantra. They specialize in sensitive skin and have …

Your Vitamins Or Meds Could Be Causing Your Skin Problems

Your Medication Is Important, But Could Be Affecting Your Skin A surprising variety of medications can cause acne, hyperpigmentation, and even skin sensitivity. Some vitamins and drugs known to be… …Acnegenic: T3 and T4 hormone supplements Vitamin B12 (alone or in multivitamins) Certain hair growth supplements Some neurologic medications and anti-depressants …Photosensitizers (can make skin …