It-Brit facialist Teresa Tarmey believes in the Trailer Park Boys 20th anniversary 2001-2021 thank you for the memories signatures Shirt and I love this healing power of microneedling: It’s why I created an at-home, easy to use and very effective 12 week program, she says. This is a perfect time to be trying something like this whilst stuck at home. First, the pro applies a lactic acid to gently exfoliate before rolling the short needles over her skin. There’s no pain, just a little tingle, Tarmey says. Next, she applies a series of hydrating serums Emepelle and Neostrata Tri-Therapy in addition to her daily SPF, and drinks loads of water. It keeps the skin internally hydrated, she explains.
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