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Mother's Day Gift Idea To Make Mom Gorgeous

Updated on April 30, 2016

How Your Mom Can Look Sexy Again for Motherâs Day

Have you forgotten what "sexy" feels like? Has being a mom kept you from looking and feeling insanely attractive? With Motherâs Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time to bring sexy back for your special day. Here are our top tips on how you can up the sexy factor and feel confident this Motherâs Day.

Achieve youthful, glowing skin

Did you know that the largest organ of your body is your skin? We know, we know. Taking off your makeup and cleansing your face may be low on your to-do list, but if you want to avoid looking older than you really are, maintaining healthy skin is a must. Cue in ultrasound skin therapy and galvanic skin therapy, two effective ways to improve your skin’s health and make you feel beautiful.

Why Ultrasound Skin Therapy Is Good for Sensitive Skin

So, what exactly does this magical skin solution do? Ultrasound skin therapy exfoliates the skin while getting rid of those pesky facial features mothers are prone to getting: puffiness, fine lines, and wrinkles. It uses sound waves of a high frequency to enter deep into the skins under layers to allow nutrients to get past the skin’s protective barrier.

It can also heal skin tissue, reduce scarring, improve skin texture, and eliminate acne.

Galvanic Facial Makes Mom's Skin Shine Again

Another Mother's Day Gift To Make Your Mom Look Beautiful

Suffer from dark under eye circles, wrinkles, acne, or seriously oily skin? This skin solution may be the answer to your prayers, as it utilizes positive and negative ions to clear your pores, firm and tighten the skin, and promote blood circulation. Galvanic skin therapy's magnet effect lets nutrients penetrate into the skin for proper nourishment.

See more about this facial massager here.

5 Skincare Ingredients Moms Should Avoid

With so many skincare products on the market, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the plethora of options. While these products may initially make your skin appear youthful and glowing, the ingredient lists on some of these products are so extensive that they can cause some serious long-term damage to your skin. Read up on the most common and toxic ingredients used in skincare products that you should stay away from.

Alcohol

Found in hand washes, skincare products, and fragrances, alcohol is a drying and harmful ingredient that eats away at your skin’s moisture. It can cause premature wrinkles and make your skin more susceptible to bacteria and other skin-harming side effects.

Mineral Oil

You can thank mineral oil for giving your skin a silky smooth and moisturized feel. You can also thank this toxic ingredient for allergic reactions, irritated skin, and clogged pores. Found in commercial lotions, creams, and moisturizers, this petroleum-based ingredient traps the skin with toxins.

Parabens

Ever wonder what’s making all of those creams, moisturizers, and cleansers last on your bathroom counter for months? While parabens may increase a product’s shelf life, they have been linked to breast tumor biopsy samples. Stay away from this harmful ingredient, as it can disturb the body’s hormonal system and have long-term damaging effects to the skin and body.

Polyethylene Glycol

If you see Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) on the label of your favorite face wash or cleanser, be aware. Used as an emulsifier in skincare products, PEG is what mixes the oil and water in lotions and creams together so that you don’t have to shake it before every use. Though it may seem like a total time saver, this ingredient can disrupt the skin’s natural moisture level and promote premature aging.

Phthalates

Many skincare products use phthalates to increase their flexibility. This chemical acts as a plasticizer (similar to the material of your child’s toys or your shower curtain), causing them to interfere with the body’s endocrine system. This ingredient is so harmful that many countries around the world have banned it in their products.

Practice Safe Beauty

We know, we know. Reading the ingredient label on every single product can cause a headache in itself, but educating yourself and becoming a smart consumer can save the health of your skin and your body. Practice safe beauty by educating yourself on the worst skincare ingredients and choosing the ones that are actually beneficial.

Grooming for Your Lady Parts

This Will make Your Mom Look Sexy Again

Nothing screams sexy more than a smooth, hair-free bikini line. Not only does this feature for your lady parts make you ooze with confidence, but it will bring you back to the days of feeling sexy pre-children. While there is no right or wrong method of grooming yourself “down there,” there are two grooming practices we believe are best: bikini razors and bikini trimmers.

Shaving Can Be Painless Now

Perhaps one of the most popular techniques for getting a hair-free bikini line is shaving. If red bumps and an itchy surface have scared you away from this common grooming method, keep in mind the 5-step process of shaving:

1. Trim

2. Rinse

3. Lather

4. Shave

5. Moisturize

Trim It Up

While bikini trimmers don’t shave your whole lady part bare like razors do, this grooming must-have helps you avoid a bikini disaster. By keeping the hair short, trimmers guarantee you’ll look well-groomed and feel sexy at all times. No need to worry about pesky razor bumps or irritating razor burns; trimmers are simply used to make the hair down there shorter.

Remember, although Mother’s Day rolls around only once a year, that doesn’t mean you can’t feel sexy year-round. You deserve it!

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