Beauty Expert Panel on Fall/Winter Skincare Rituals – Thursday November 1st – New York

NEW YORK – THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Join our Beauty Expert Panel Discussion and learn how the Beauty Experts prepare their Fall/Winter Skincare Rituals. Everything from soothing baths, to evening showers capped off with body oil, and even moisturizing socks before bed.
Book a Facial at the event and receive a complimentary upgrade from a Classic Rescue Facial to a Biolift Facial.
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DANUTA MIELOCH,
Founder & Esthetician RESCUE SPA

DR. ALLOUCHE,
Owner of BIOLOGIQUE RECHERCHE

LINDSAY PEOPLES WAGNER,
Editor in chief TEEN VOGUE

ASHLEY WEATHERFORD,
Senior Editor INTO THE GLOSS

LINDSAY KELLNER,
Senior Wellness & Beauty Editor MINDBODYGREEN and Co-Author of The Spirit Almanac


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VIP O2 COLLECTION
The VIP O2 collection reduces the signs of fatigue, brightens the complexion and leaves the skin smoother and visibly more beautiful.

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Celebrity Facialists Sound Off on Their Top Tips for Red Carpet-Worthy Skin

The Real Reason Your Pores Always Clog (No Matter How Many Facials You Get)

When it comes to self-care, it seems there are unlimited ways to spend your time and money.

“As a beauty editor, I’m in the very privileged position of getting to try out new products and techniques regularly, and my hope is to report honestly on what works and what doesn’t. For the first time in my life, I have gotten regular monthly facials long enough to make a difference to my skin (my current favorites are gua sha with Britta Plug and Danuta’s facial at Rescue Spa, hands down). While my skin is the happiest it’s ever been—it’s clear, smooth, and glowy—keeping my pores unclogged feels like a maintenance game that depends on more than just regular facials. Is it just me, or do pores require seemingly unlimited maintenance?”

Why do pores always seem clogged?

“Pore size is genetic,” said integrative dermatologist Cybele Fishman, M.D. “As we age, all our pores get bigger, regardless of where you started.” Their increased size means that they have the propensity to clog more easily, too.

Diana Yerkes, head esthetician at Rescue Spa, agrees that genetics and diet play a huge role but insists that skin care regimens and environment can make a remarkable difference. “Heat, humidity, and air pollution increase the likelihood that pores will clog,” she told mbg. “For example, my skin was easier to maintain in Seattle than it is in New York City.” Good news for those of us in the northern hemisphere who are moving out of the summer season and into fall and winter, which typically tend to be less humid.

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Been There, Tried That: A Facial With The Founder of Rescue Spa

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Been There, Tried That: A Facial With The Founder of Rescue Spa

Ahh yes, Rescue Spa. The famous spa name passed around by glamorous New Yorkers. The founder, Danuta Mieloch, is the closest thing to a skin goddess, as clients praise her ability to make their complexion radiant, hydrated, and blemish-free. Naturally, I jumped at the opportunity to get a facial with the amazing Danuta, after hearing her praises for quite some time. Literally one week after my appointment, I saw an Instagram story of Danuta posing with none other than Rosie Huntington Whiteley. If it’s good enough for her, it’s most definitely good enough for me!

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Danuta’s 5 Post-Summer Skin Tips

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Summer is tough on our skin and fall is the perfect time of year to focus on repairing post sun damage, evening out the skin tone, and boosting hydration.


FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE, BOOST EXFOLIATION:

Amp up your exfoliation as the days become shorter the and sun’s rays less intense.


Lotion MC110 N°1

Consider adding the exfoliating booster Mc110 N°1 for smoothing fine lines. Like P50 for the eye area!

Crème aux Acids des Fruits

For baby smooth results! As a one month treatment, use Crème aux Acids des Fruits as your exfoliating night cream.

Beta-Enzyme

Refine texture with alpha and beta hydroxy acids and papaya enzymes.


ADD REPAIRING HYDRATION:

Layering serums is always a great option to target hydration. I start with Elastine Pure followed with Colostrum for deeper hydration.


Elastine Pure

Elastine Pure addresses fine lines and can even be used around the eyes.

 

Colostrum

Add hydration without the weight! Colostrum is a water-based serum that is even great for congestion prone skin types.


DAYTIME PROTECTION:

Switch out your day cream for a vitamin c moisturizer and layer with an anti-pollution oxygenating serum.


Luminous Pearl Extreme

Illuminate and protect with Vitamin C.

 

Sérum Yall~O2

Plump up the skin with hyaluronic acid and regenerating botanicals.


RENEW ON A CELLULAR LEVEL:

Stimulate your skin’s cells for a more refreshed and younger looking complexion.


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Retinol 1 Serum

Vitamin A is a super collagen builder and helps to refine the skin’s texture.

Renewing Pack
For the ultimate refresh, renew your skin with anti-aging DNA and RNA.


SCHEDULE A FACIAL:

Attention New York and Philadelphia!
Don’t forget to schedule a facial with a peel.


FEATURED TREATMENT:
Fix-It-All-Facial

Perfect for fall… A comprehensive answer to every skin woe, packaged into one amazing facial! The Fix-It-All Facial is like a magic tool box for your face; not only does it utilize the most effective technology and techniques available including: microdermabrasion, topical peel, electric microcurrent, LED light therapy.

THE VERY BEST FACIALS, ACCORDING TO BEAUTY EDITORS, -Katie Becker, Coveteur

Katie Becker, Beauty Director, Coveteur

The spot(s): Rescue Spa in New York City and Philadelphia;

The treatment(s): Custom facial with extractions with owner Danuta Mieloch at Rescue; “Danuta knows a lot, lot, lot about skin and she isn’t religious or dogmatic about anything, which I really appreciate. She is a listener and responder, so you can go in with your autobiography about everything you’ve been through with your skin and she will take it seriously and not come back to you with skepticism — my biggest pet peeve among facialists! Her extractions are practically surgical: She’ll get that sucker out of your face, and even if it’s a big one, it will heal quickly.”

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THE VERY BEST FACIALS, ACCORDING TO BEAUTY EDITORS, -Emily Ferber, Into the Gloss

Emily Ferber, Editorial Director, Into the Gloss

The spot: Rescue Spa in New York City and Philadelphia

The treatment: “My favorite spot for facials is, hands down, Rescue Spa. Since they came to town (they’re originally from Philly), my perspective on skin maintenance has changed. It’s hard to find someone you trust! Now I feel like I can see Danuta Mieloch once a season, have everything checked out, extracted, exfoliated and massaged to keep me on the path toward even, bright, smooth skin. Everyone at Into The Gloss has Danuta tattooed on their bicep — we’re that devoted. Splurge for the Bio Lift. Worth it.”

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Your A-to-Z Guide to Skin Care Today via WSJ

THE CULT OF skin care seems to have reached a fever pitch, with women (and men) accumulating costly, pleasingly packaged products to arrange in their bathrooms at a new pace. Self-taught enthusiasts, known as the “skintelligentsia,” exchange hyper-detailed info about ingredients and regimens in Sephora comment sections and on Reddit Subs like “Skin Care Addiction.” Ingredient apps like Think Dirty help aficionados weigh the difference between mugwort and St. John’s wort. If you’re more of a casual dabbler in the world of serums and sprays, however, the industry’s rapidly changing trends require a bit of an explanation. Where to start?

“It’s good to experiment with skin care,” said Danuta Mieloch, aesthetician and founder of New York-based Rescue Spa, “but make sure you have the basics down first.” (You know: cleanse, moisturize, SPF.) Once a simple regimen is in place, you can explore the hallucinatory range of procedures, from calculable to kooky. We gathered 26 of the buzziest elements of skin care today, but as Ms. Mieloch cautioned: “With skin care it’s almost like a pair of jeans—what’s good for some is not always as good for the others.”
Read the full article over at The Wall Street Journal