• Skin Care for men by Lindy Batis-Walsh Written on March 20017

    Years ago men would never think about skin care. It is a different world now. Men are now looking for natural products and facials to keep them looking young.

    So many of my clients' husband's are saying to their wife "you look so good , why do you look young and have such nice skin. They answer Naturally Lindy Skin Care and Lindys Healing Facials.

     I must say 1/3 of my clients are men. They really enjoy the relaxation and leave with a healthy glow. People started to comment on how good their skin looks they say that he looks 10 years younger. Then his friends come, they want to look young too and so on and so on.

    So come on in men, you are not alone. Treat yourself to beautiful skin.
    We also do back-shuls to remove blemishes or irritation. Be well, many Blessings.

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  • What kind of mask is good for my skin

    We all like to put a mask on our face to keep your skin glowing. You must know what kind of mask is correct for your skin. If you skin is dry and red or other irritating issues you want to look at Hydro Aloe Mask. Use as a mask or moisturizer. This golden gel imports the healing properties of Aloe Vera, enriched with Beta Carotene, Vitamin A, the "skin vitamin"Calming and healing. For more intensive treatment,you may leave it one overnight for rapid healing of acne, and other skin irritations.

    If you have oily or acne skin best to use Cellular Clay Mask. Great for blemish prone skin.   My be left overnight on for emergency pimples. Calms oily skin. Draws out impurities and tightens skin. Our Clay is Kaolin Clay from China, Jojoba Seed Oil, Hops, Officials ,Rosemary, Horsetail, Pine Tree, Lemon, Titanium Dioxide, Keratin, Amino Acid, Ginseng Root Extract, Jasmine Oil, and Elastin. Use a penetrating oil and moisturizer, don't forget your neck and chest. Have a great winter. Blessings, Lindy

     Naturally Lindy Skin Care written by Lindy Batis-Walsh  on Feb.20, 2017

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  • Pimples at 30? Lindy's tips for treating adult acne

    Q: I have always had good skin, but now that I’m in my mid-30s, I’m breaking out like a teenager—help!

    A: Believe it or not, this is pretty common—in fact, it’s one of the most frequently asked questions I’ve heard during several decades of helping people solve their skin problems.

    There is a hormone shift that seems to happen around age 28 to 38 and it can change the chemistry of your skin. It’s sort of a wake-up call to take a look at how you care for yourself. Take a good look at your diet; things such as dairy products, fatty foods and food allergies may be contributing to your break-outs. Also take a good look at your skin care regime, because it may not be right for you anymore, including how you wash your skin and remove make-up, which you should be extra-careful to do thoroughly every night. It’s important to keep your skin calm, which means no products with benzoyl peroxide. I recommend Cellular Clay Mask on pimples, to heal without drying out. You can either use Facial Wash or Cleansing Lotion for daily washing, depending on whether your skin is oily or dry.

    You would also benefit from using a Glycolic Moisturizer. Start with 5% and slowly move to a higher strength. If you have a really bad case of acne, use Oxygen Treatment Cream at night to kill all bacteria. You can also use Glycolic Moisturizerduring the day with SPF 30 Moisturizing Sunscreen, or alternate the two products at night.

    Hydra Aloe Mask, or Purification Seaweed Gel Mask, either alone or used together with Cellular Clay Mask, would all work well for your skin.

    If you are feeling dry, try Bio-Active Serum, which can go anywhere, even the eye area. I would also recommend daily use of Line Diminishing Cream around your eyes and any fine lines, so you can fight the signs of aging along with the acne.

    Q: My skin is so oily that I have to wash my face several times a day, or else I’m embarrassed by my shiny face. I use Oil-Free Moisturizer, but I keep producing more oil. Will this ever stop?

    A: Used by both Native Americans and modern herbal medicine as a natural antibiotic, goldenseal tea is a folk remedy. First of all, you are very lucky to have oily skin, because as you age, you probably won’t get wrinkles until much later than your friends. But yes, you can control the oil production, and it will eventually diminish with age.

    Try using Facial Wash to cleanse, followed by Fruit Tonic for your cleansing routine. In the morning, use Oil-Free Glycolic Gel followed by Oil-Free Moisturizer and SPF 30 Moisturizing Sunscreen. The strength of the Oil-Free Glycolic Gel you should use depends on how sensitive your skin is, but often, extremely oily skin can take the strengths of 10% or 15% without any problem.

    At night, after you wash with Facial Wash, use Oxygen Treatment Cream. You can also use Problem Solver—Aloe C at night directly on pimples, or under your make-up to decrease oil during the day.

    Watch your diet and stay away from sugar and salty and spicy foods before your period. This may help reduce water retention, which may also be affecting your skin.

    Q: I am African-American and I have problems finding products that agree with my skin. I am very sensitive, and it seems like everything I put on my face either burns, or feels too greasy. I also get brownish-black spots that do not go away. Is there anything I do?

    A: Black skin is the most sensitive skin at all. In my years of experience, I have learned that you have to be very careful about chemical peels, and harsh products. You will find Naturally Lindy products to be very effective while also extremely gentle and healing.

    Be very careful with the sun, and always use sunscreen, because black skin is sensitive to UV rays, which can create brown sunspots.

    For your regular skin care routine, try using Facial WashAloe Vera Mist, and Bio-Active Serum, followed by either Day Cream or Hydrating Cream.

    If you want to use a Glycolic Acid product to exfoliate your skin, start slowly, and use a low 5% strength. I would
    recommend starting with a 5% strength and using it at night, twice a week at first, gradually building up until you are using it daily. At that point, you can try a 10% strength, but again, go slowly and build up, and don’t “push it,” especially if your skin feels irritated. In addition to exfoliation, regular use of Glycolic Acid will help fade any brown spots and give you an overall good skin tone and color.

    If the brown spots are very dark or pronounced, you can use Kojic Lightener first on the spot, and then Glycolic Acid all over the face, including the spots. By doubling up these products, the process will move quicker.

    Q: I get these bumps around my chin. They are sore and painful, then they go away, but they come back again.

    A: Try to see whether these bumps come around your period or ovulation. If so, that is normal. Do not try to dry them, or (worst of all) touch them, because that can make them very “angry” and inflamed.

    Hormonal bumps come and go and need to be calmed, not dried up. You might try taking Evening Primrose Oil
    supplements (internally), which sometimes helps. I also recommend using Problem Solver—Aloe C directly on the bumps, and the Hydra Aloe Mask is perfect for calming flare-ups.

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  • Never too young to start taking care of your skin

    It is great that parents now are taking teenage acne seriously. There was a time when it was thought that you just have to grow out of it. Not so nowadays. Parents are  taking their kids for facials and getting them on a skin program to help them.

    I see teenagers come in, they won't even look up, they are so embarrassed of their skin. They just want to hide away. There is nothing more rewarding then seeing these kid's look and feel good about themselves. They come in with their head up and very chatty about all that is going on in the lives. One girl who came to me had severe acne, would hardly look at me and never talked. She felt so badly about herself, she just wanted to hide away. After getting her on a proper skin care program and regular facials she completely changed when her skin cleared up. She would see me  and what a difference. Telling me everything that is going on in her life, she was even in the school play. Very rewarding for me. The's why I love this business of making people beautiful. One other thing important thing is to not use drying lotions.They just produce more oil   underneath the skin, the body compensates and pumps up more oil. Also, your top layer of skin can become very dry with oil pumping underneath.These are often blemishes that are underneath the skin and need to have professional take them out. Look at Oxygen Treatment, to kill all bacteria and Glycolic Acid to exfoliate the skin. Also, The Golden Hydra Aloe Mask is very healing. You can even leave it on overnight for rapid healing of acne and other irritations. Eat well, exercise, and be happy, Blessings, Lindy

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  • Old Products

    It is best to throw away any products that you have had longer the 6 months to a year. They will go bad after that and can irritate your skin with bacteria. Smell them, if it smells fresh and clean, your good. If it has a funny smell, toss it.You will need different products in winter then you used in summer. You will need much more moisture in cold months. So up your program for he cold months. Please contact leif you have any questions.

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  • Don't be fooled in winter that you are not getting the sun, you can still burn.

    Winter is here, even though it's cloudy and overcast, the sun comes through and it can burn you. So please wear sunscreen. Don't forget your hands especially when you drive. Where gloves when you drive, the sun will give you brown spots. Your hands show your age. So if you don't want brown spots on your hands and keep them soft and pretty, wear sunscreen. Blessings to all.

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