Before you string those cranberries to brighten the halls this holiday season, use some on your face! Rejuvena’s Health & Aesthetics lead aesthetician, Kimberly Smith, says cranberries are as good on your face as they are to eat. The festive fruit contains arbutin, a naturally occurring ingredient that lightens and brightens skin tone and serves as a great anti-oxidant to help you look picture perfect for the holiday season.
Get all the berries benefits with Rejuvena’s Health & Aesthetics one-hour Brightening Cranberry Facial treatment this holiday season. This facial consists of enzymes made from cranberries, raw honey, vanilla bean, and African honey bush tea powder. Additional Ayurvedic and organic ingredients appropriate for the individual client’s skincare needs are also added. The spa special includes extractions, microdermabrasion, and a hand-mixed mask made specially for the client’s specific skin conditions. You can also go cranberry crazy at home with this incredibly simple DIY recipe from Smith.
Kimberly’s Cranberry Tea Toner
- 1 – 2 organic cranberry tea bags with no spicy ingredients.
- 1 bottle organic low alcohol witch hazel
- Drop the teabags into the bottle of witch hazel
- Steep overnight and the following day
Voila! You now have a great, all natural toner. Kimberly says she likes to keep hers stored in the refrigerator in a spray bottle to refresh skin after a long, relaxing bath.
For more information and to make an appointment visit WeRejuvenate.com.