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Natural Skin Care Products Used in Dyanna Spa, New York

Updated on June 4, 2013

Dyanna Body & Nail Spa situated in 40 East, 21st street has been running for over 20 years. A business running successfully for that amount of time will give you an idea about their services. You need top quality service, consistency and reliability to get loyal customers, customers that will come again and again and also will suggest their friends about you. And that is what you need to run a business successfully for 20 years. You have to be one of the best to achieve such a milestone.

They are one of the best spa services in NYC. Their top services include Blackcurrant Facial, Caviar Facial, 24K Gold Facial, Reiki Massage, Pomegranate Body Scrub, Brazilian Manicure / Pedicure and Placenta Facial. Not many spa services in NYC provide all these services nor they have experts on these facial and skin care treatments. 

However, not just experts, you also need proper and natural skin care products to make skin treatments top class. At Dyanna spa, they use skin care products from Logor, Repechage and Nature Pure, three top manufacturers of natural skin care products for spas and salons. Let’s find out what products they offer and why they are chosen by Dyanna Spa.

Nature Pure Skin Care Products

Skin care products from Nature Pure Labs are widely popular among beauty professionals and spa services all over the U.S. They were the first to integrate Hippophae berries (Sea Buckthorn) to skin care products. Hippophae is rich in anti oxidants, omega-3, omega-6, folic acid, vitamin-K, vitamin-E and flavonoids. Other natural ingredients used in their products are Soy Isoflavones, Phytoestrogens, Phospholipids, Saponins, Phytosterols,CLO (cod liver oil), Black Currant Resveratrol etc. Most of these are scientifically proved to be effective at increasing skin’s natural resistance to common disorders and reducing negative effects of the environment on the skin. If you are wondering from where these ingredients come from - most of these are natural additives found in plants and used for many centuries in different parts of the world.

Their product lines cover all types of skin and are of highest standard, utilizing natural herbs and are 100% free of artificial fragrances, parabens, and artificial coloring.

Logor Skin Care Products

Logor Cosmetics specializes in skin care products for salons and spas. Their products are diversified for skins of all ages and types and are especially good against acne and wrinkles. Whether your skin is dry or oily or aging, Logor Cosmetics has a range of products made from natural ingredients to help make your skin smooth, soft and youthful. Each of their formulations is designed to target a specific type of skin. However, most of their products are quite sophisticated and require experts to apply properly. Blemish control mask, acne mask, oil control cleanser, oil control citrus mask are some of their popular products. 

Repechage Skin Care products

Repechage, established in 1970 is a company that develops all its products from ingredients found in seaweeds. Most of their products are gentle and effective for skin treatment. Other than ingredients from sea, their products include Grape Seed Oil, Shea Butter, Chamomile, and Cucumber Extract and flower extracts. They are one of the top brands for anti-aging products.

Very few facial spa in New York has the blend of experts and top quality products, and Dyanna Spa is one of them. Whether you are visiting New York or live there, you should not miss the opportunity to check out their services.


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    • Alhamora profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from North

      Thanks you Khmohsin for your comment.

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      7 years ago

      hi really great and very informative for me ..keep it up

    • Alhamora profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from North

      @Swedal, yes you are absolutely right. That is why we need to know more about these skin care products.

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      7 years ago from Colorado

      Good information, there are so many skin care products out there it is tough to know what is what.

    • Alhamora profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from North

      Thank you Sharon and RunAbstruct for your comments.

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      Sharon Douglas 

      7 years ago from GA, United States

      Thanks for the info on the skin.

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      7 years ago from USA

      Very well put together article. For way too lang I have ignored my skin. Now I find myself trying to find ways to play catch up!

      I'm thousands of miles away from NYC, but maybe I can get my hands on some of the products you discussed here. I am especially interested in Repechage. I really like the idea of seaweed ingredients, and the fact that they have been in business for so long!

      Thanks so much!


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