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   Did you know it is not uncommon to use a different cleanser as the weather changes. Oily skin may not be as oily in Fall and Winter months. What are some options for Oily skin?
Rather than using our Charcoal Tea Tree or Turmeric Aloe Cleansers morning and night, add our Vegan Bamboo Cleanser as your morning Cleanser. 
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Aging is a process we all go through and one of the first areas of the body that can reflect aging, is the face. Stress, diet, environment, lack of exercise and synthetic beauty products are just a few factors that contribute to aging less gracefully.


Our Sands Skin Care line is free of harmful chemicals, fillers and synthetic scents and are hypo-allergenic and cruelty-Free. 

The finishing touches are complete to our brand-new site. We’re so excited to have you try everything, and if you would like to try a product, CONTACT US or, select a suitable sample from our skincare store.  We make our products in small batches to maintain the freshest products and they do sell out QUICKLY, so do not hesitate! 

Stay Tuned for our "Clear Skin Summer Specials!" 

COMING SOON -  Ginger Orange Blossom Microderm Polisher, Charcoal Kale Microderm Polisher and EyeBrite Eye Cream. Clear Sands is our line designed for Oily and Acne Prone Skin. Coming Soon is our Turmeric Aloe Facial Cleanser.

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All Steps may not apply.

Step 1 - Mix a small amount of cleanser with water in hands. Apply and massage into skin with fingertips for 30 to 60 seconds in a circular motion covering the entire face and avoiding the eye area. 

* If using one of our Dry Cleansers, apply to skin over entire face area and massage it in gently with fingertips in circular motions. Wipe off with damp face towel or cotton pad. Your initial cleanse removes surface impurities/make up.

Step 2- Exfoliate Skin (2x wkly) Sprinkle Polisher into hands then add water to create a paste like consistency. Massage Polisher onto face avoiding eye area for 45 to 60 seconds. May leave polisher on face for additional 2 to 3 minutes.  Rinse well pat dry. This product will provide a mechanical exfoliation and contains granules, sugar that will slowly dissolve.  Exfoliating regularly can help reduce the buildup of dead skin.


Step 3- Mask (2x wkly)  Mix mask with bottled water, aloe juice, or apple cider vinegar in a small bowl then apply to face with fingertips or mask brush using upwards circular motions.  You may keep this mask on between 3 to 5 minutes. This is a targeted product for hydration, oil control, brightening, sun damage and dull and mature skin.


Step 4- Spritz toner onto face avoiding eye area.  Toning aids in balancing the natural PH levels of your face and can allow for better product penetration. * You can also Tone after cleaning and after exfoliating. *


Step 5- Massage Facial Serum onto face avoiding eye area. This product usually has high concentration of active ingredients for a specific skin type.


Step 6- Place a drop, or more if needed, of eye cream/gel onto ring fingertip and gently pat onto eye contour. Eye creams can hydrate, reduce puffiness, diminish the look of dark circles and fines lines and wrinkles.


Step 7- Massage facial moisturizer/ facial oil onto face and /or neck avoiding eye area. This product offers hydration and can leave the skin feeling soft and supple.

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About the Owner/ Licensed Esthetician - Jarie Chantell

It all started in a closet... A closet filled with perfumed blouses, scented sweaters, ambrosial sachet bags and baby power sprinkled in sneakers. My mother's closet was my world of aromatic seclusion. Her love of perfumes and self-care, help cultivate my love of perfumes, and self-care, opening up a world of fragrance and self-love!


Perfumes, essential oils, imported perfume oils, scented lotions, body washes and bath salts became my affection. My nose was so keen on scents, I could discern at least 5 top notes in most perfumes. I would venture to perfume counters and test the salespersons knowledge of a fragrance ingredients. If there were any doubt, on my end, about the validity of the 5 notes referenced by the salesperson; I would pose a challenge. Without looking up the ingredients and/or having any previous awareness of that fragrance, I would smell, sniff, smell, sniff and smell and sniff again. Then I would name between 3 to 5 top notes in the perfume. My nose would win over the salesperson nose more times than not!


Aromatherapy oils, flowers, herbs, their respective uses and benefits, ultimately lead me to study, research and concentrate on skin and body care ingredients/products. Facing my own personal challenges with acne and trying many retail products with some success; I wanted to know more. Learning how to treat my skin, and being asked what I was using, evolved into a sincere and humble interest to assist people with their skin.


So, I went to Esthetician Training and twelve hundred hours later; I graduated from Esthetician School. Next, I successfully passed the state licensing exam - and became a Licensed Esthetician. I hold state Licenses in Virginia, Maryland and Florida.

A passion stemming from a closet many years ago, is here today to serve you...

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