Maybe dry skin and static cling are annoying during the winter months?

Here are only a few more reasons to consider a humidifier during the cold, dry season.


Heal faster: Whether it be a cold or allergies, a humidifier keeps your nasal passages lubricated, which helps speed up the healing process when you’re under the weather. For people with bad allergies, there are humidifiers that are specially designed to purify the air as well.

Fewer nosebleeds: Another reason keeping your nasal passages moist and lubricated is helpful in preventing nosebleeds. If you’re regularly experiencing nosebleeds due to your dry climate, it’s worth a try. Many people have found that it makes a big difference.

Support beautiful skin: Soothe dry skin by sleeping with a humidifier on through the night. In the morning, you’ll not only notice that your face looks suppler, and your hands and lips won’t feel dry and dehydrated either.

*The type of humidifier you choose depends on your preferences, budget, and the extent of the area in which you want to add moisture. There are five types of humidifiers:

  • central humidifiers
  • evaporators
  • impeller humidifiers
  • steam vaporizers
  • ultrasonic humidifiers

For the best results, the Environmental Protection Agency recommends that the humidity level in your home not exceed 50 percent. (EPA)

*Source- Healthline

The Fitzpatrick Scale

December 8, 2014

Before you decide on a laser treatment, it is important to know..

What Skin type are you?

The Fitzpatrick Scale, developed in 1975 by T.B. Fitzpatrick, a Harvard dermatologist, is the current and recognized method among the medical aesthetics community to classify skin colors and their reaction to UV light. By dividing skin tones into types 1-6, aesthetic professionals can accurately determine the best technique required for the specific client.

Skin Types

The Fitzpatrick Skin-Typing Scale

Skin Type

Skin Color

Reaction to Sun

1 Very White or Freckled Always Burns/Never Tans
2 White Usually Burns/Sometimes Tans
3 White to Olive Sometimes Burns/Always Tans
4 Brown Rarely Burns
5 Dark Brown Very Rarely Burns/Moderately Pigmented
6 Black Highly Pigmented

New-YearsIt’s time to ring in the New Year!

Here are some of the most common New Year’s Resolutions. What are yours?

-I will improve my fitness
-I will spend more time with family
-I will lose weight
-I will quit smoking
-I will enjoy life more
-I will get out of debt
-I will learn something new

Thank You!

November 21, 2012

Thanksgiving Day is traditionally a time of reflection and feasting.  No matter one’s outlook on life there are times when it can be challenging to have an attitude of gratitude. Counting one’s blessings is a sure way to experience an uplift of spirit. We ask staff members at Envy Skin Clinic to share some things that they are thankful for:

Rebecca Salinas “I am very thankful for having worked with such a loyal employee like Heather Howell… She has been part of the Envy team since the start.  Also,  thankful that  we are blessed at Envy with such a great team of employees.”

Denise Bona – “Thanksgiving is a time to gather with our loved ones and count our blessings.”

Kim Tran“I’m thankful for my amazing family, the little family we’ve created, and that I’m fortunate to have an amazing job.”

Tiana Atkins“I am thankful for my daughter who amazes me everyday, my family and friends who are always there for me through thick and thin, and just having so much love and laughter in my life!”

Paris Mae“I’m Thankful for a roof over my head and my amazing, healthy life!” 🙂

Amy Wells“I am so very thankful for my loving husband and family. I am also thankful & cherish my supportive friends, old and new.”

Sophie Herstein“I am thankful for friends and family, especially my nieces and nephews.”

Hannah HollwayI’m thankful for my friends, family & everyone at Envy! Love you all!  Happy Thanksgiving!”

Mark Salinas“I am very thankful for being in such a positive, environment, surrounded by so many motivated health conscious individuals!”

Taylor Chapman – “I’m thankful for my health and my fabulous job helping people achieve their goals!”

Courtney Heimerl – “I am thankful for my wonderful friends and family also, that I get to do something I love everyday and help people look and feel better about themselves.”

Heather Howell – “I am thankful for everybody at Envy.  I do need to give an extra big thanks to Rebecca for supporting me in many different ways in my life.  My job for one and many others. I am grateful for the amazing clients we have!  I am very thankful to my family and friends as life would not be complete without them. I am thankful daily for a roof over my head everybody’s health and food on the table.  There are many struggling and starving, homeless people…we all have it pretty good when you think about that.”

Thank you to all from Envy Skin Clinic, we appreciate you! The journey continues towards a healthier more beautiful you!

What are you thankful for today?

A Random Story

November 20, 2012

In our busy lives do we tend to forget that we should slow down and remind ourselves that all people deserve to be treated with respect and kindness.

Let’s share a touching story:

In the days when an ice cream cone cost much less, an 8 year old girl entered a cafe and sat at a table.
A waitress approached and asked her what she would like. The girl asked, How much is an ice cream cone with two scoops? ”

“twenty five cents,” replied the waitress.

The little girl pulled her hand out of her pocket and counted her coins. “How much is just one scoop of ice cream?” People were waiting to be seated as the waitress was becoming noticeably impatient. “15 cents!” she said sternly. The little girl again counted the coins. “I will have one scoop please.”

The waitress brought the ice cream, put the bill on the table and walked away. The little girl finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and left.

When the waitress came back, she began clearing the table and then swallowed hard at what she saw. There, placed neatly next to the empty dish was .10 cents-her tip.

What did you get from the story?

“Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and kindness, especially those whom we perceive can bring little or no value to our lives.”