In an HD world, TV and movie actors need more then ever to have smooth, clear and healthy skin. Joanna Vargas is the go-to facialist for many. Just call her the skin savior to the stars, who literally call her from the set for any “skin emergency”. With her revolutionary skincare treatments, she has cultivated a devout following in Hollywood and the world of fashion. Her clients, including Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Sofia Coppola and Zac Posen, are known for their flawless skin.
With red carpets appearances, unflattering close ups and constant assaults from the paparazzi, their skin needs to be luminous 24/7. That’s where Joanna’s special VitaLight skincare treatment comes in. It uses LED light therapy to help cells regenerate, repair collagen, reduce inflammation and sun spots, and slow the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is a non-invasive procedure that doesn’t leave signs or redness on skin, and promises great results after 30 minutes a week for six weeks.
If you can’t make it to Joanna Vargas New York spa, there are some products available for at-home use, like Joanna Vargas Daily Serum, a hydrating cream which leaves you with a radiant glow, or her Rejuvenating Serum, a lightweight face oil that helps with facial circulation. The Rejuvenating Serum gives you that extra boost, perfect for long flights or a preparing for a special occasion.
Joanna Vargas believes that what you put in your body is just as important as what goes on it, in terms of caring for your skin, a wisdom that she shares with her clients. “Include vegetables in every meal…even breakfast. Put some spinach in your morning omelette, it will help reduce puffiness in your face.” She also wholeheartedly recommends drinking green juices. These miracle drinks oxygenate skin, aid with lymphatic drainage and reduce water retention. For clients who don’t have ready access to these elixirs, Vargas suggests picking up liquid chlorophyll from the local health store for daily use.
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