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THIS CHINESE FACIAL TOOL IS THE SECRET TO BETTER SKIN IN 2018
"Plug has been using gua sha tools in her holistic facial practice for the last three years, helping clients relieve nearly every skin condition from rosacea to dryness and adult acne."
HOW ONE BROOKLYN FACIALIST SERIOUSLY CHANGED MY LIFE
It is Plug's honesty, and her thorough inside-out, outside-in approach to skin—which focuses on natural methods like targeted Indian face lifting massage, lymphatic drainage and facial gua sha, as well as natural ingredients...
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"And to lift and firm the skin, facials from the aesthetician and holistic health coach Britta Plug incorporate organic products and jade gua sha tools — ancient Chinese instruments designed to, among other things, relieve muscle tension. Just entering the space is instantly detoxifying”
How to Take Care of Your Skin While Flying, According to 6 Top Facialists
"There are plenty of great masks out there, but I love traveling with Manuka honey as an easy multi-purpose mask. It’s hydrating, healing, and amazing for anything from sunburns to breakouts to rashes, and having it all in one mask helps me pack a little lighter!”
TIPS FROM THE MOST POPULAR FACIALIST IN NYC
She’s been dubbed ‘The Best Facialist in New York’ by Harper’s Bazaar — a hefty title to carry! — who, along with expertise in meditation, yoga, and herbalism, is a master of a facial healing technique deriven from ages-old East Asian medicine called Gua Sha. Although this technique is by no means “new”, it is steadily becoming the most covetable treatment by those in the know.
AN ALL-NATURAL AESTHETICIAN SPILLS HER SECRETS FOR GORGEOUS SKIN
Between her calming demeanor, deep knowledge of natural skin care, ability to read an individual's skin to give it exactly what it needs, and general feel-good vibes, Plug is truly a skin guru. Her flawless, dewy complexion had us begging to know what she used on herself. Mystery solved.
THE LIFE-CHANGING SECRET TO BALANCING OILY SKIN
“The major mistake people make when using facial oils is not hydrating their face first,” says Britta Plug, a New York City-based holistic aesthetician. “You want to saturate your face with moisture first—your skin’s spongelike, so it soaks everything up.”
BRITTA BEAUTY – SPA IT GIRL NYC FACIAL HOTSPOT
I visited the queen of holistic skincare this past weekend and it was the best facial of my life. Hands down, no comparison. It’s a few days now and my skin still feels and looks amazing.