1. What should adults with no known skin conditions be doing regularly to take care of their skin? Especially the face?
Men and women of all colors should be washing their face with an effective cleanser that will clear away grime/dirt of the date and refresh the face. This should then be followed with an effect serum, moisturizer, or night cream to nourish and hydrate the skin
2. Do you recommend using lotion or a facial moisturizer? Anything in particular to look for?
Yes, we highly recommend using a lotion or facial moisturizer every single day. 2-3 times is ideal.
3. Soap has a reputation for drying out your skin; should people use something else instead?
It’s true that many facial soaps will dry out the skin. It is one of the main reasons we developed a soap that makes dry skin less dry, and oily skin less oily by gently and lightly peeling the skin daily.
4. Many beauty products claim to be “for sensitive skin.” What does this mean — what makes the products different?
Many times this verbiage is used as a marketing buzzword, but in many cases these types of products will not affect or improve the appearance of the skin.
5. Why is your face red after using some products?
Products like the Vanishing Act Soap, Amazing Scrub, and the Professional Use Only Herbal Deep Peel all have various degrees of peeling from extremely light to heavy.
This peeling process involves removing the dead layer of skin, stimulating the blood, increasing oxegyn, and nourishing the collagen in the cells.
6. How do you know if a product is right for you?
Only by trying a specific product out for yourself.
7. What are the most important parts of your skincare routine?
The daily cleansing, moisturizing, and gentle exfoliation.
8. Is using eye cream really important?
To some of our clients, the eye cream is one of the most craved and “must have” parts of the Rena Levi Skin Care product line.
9. What’s the solution to waking up with puffy eyes?
Using Vitamin K and Almond Oil.
10. The difference between anti-aging creams and serums?
The concentrations in serums are meant to penetrate the skin faster and easier than creams because they’re not diluted with moisturize.