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Going Deep to Treat Premature Skin Aging; Dermalogic IonActive Power Treatment to the Rescue
September 16, 2016
Premature skin aging is part genetics and part sun damage. There’s not much estheticians can do about your family genetics or your diligence in applying sunscreen, but we can help in treating premature skin aging to slow it and even reverse the photoaging effect of the sun on the skin.
Photoaging is aging caused by UV rays from the sun or artificial tanning sources. In fact, up to 90% of photo-aging, or skin aging, is due to the harmful effects from the sun. Treating visible signs of photoaging can include injections of botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, various laser treatments, dermabrasion and chemical peels.
But Dermalogica has recently come out with the IonActive Power Treatment, which combines thermal activity and the latest technology to optimize product penetration to dramatically improve skin in less time.
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taj Gives Back: Champlin Park Rebels Girls Soccer Team Go the Distance in Teambuilding
September 23, 2016
Giving back to the community is a priority for taj salon & spa. Each year we host taj modé to raise money for a local nonprofit. But that’s not where our giving back stops; in fact, it is just one piece of our commitment to helping others in the community. We’re pleased to feature the Champlin Park High School Varsity Girls Soccer Team--the Rebels--21 girls ranging in age from 14 to 18. They’re led by Calen Nimmer, a former high school and club soccer player herself. “I’ve been with the team for five seasons and this is my second year as the head coach,” said Calen. “Working with high school students is rewarding and I love what I do.”
The soccer season officially started in late August and runs through the end of October. Like most fall sports teams, the Rebels Varsity Girls Soccer Team began practicing in August. The team scheduled a pre-season scrimmage with the Bemidji girls’ soccer team as well as a teambuilding activity as part of their season preparation.
Raising funds to get the team to Bemidji fell to Calen, who happens to know taj salon & spa stylist and salon manager Angie Newman (now Paulzine) at the Brooklyn Park location. As Calen and Angie talked, it became clear that the Rebels met taj’s criteria as a community beneficiary.
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