Category : Spa In The News
Baltimore Style Magazine has featured our new dEp Eye Patch Technology! Delivering highly potent Liquid Gold Vitamin C+ infusing serum into the skin surrounding the eyes, this treatment offers the latest in non-surgical wrinkle reduction. But don’t take our word for it! Read the full article here.
Salon by Debbie Spas have ranked 9th on the Baltimore Business Journal’s 2017 Women-Owned Businesses List. The recently released list was ranked by local employees and contains information such as number of employees and revenue. With a total of 50 business on the list, Salon by Debbie Spas are in the top 18th percentile!
Vote by November 18 at 5 p.m. and see the results in the March issue of Harford Magazine! Do you love Spa on The Boulevard? Take a moment to show your appreciation by voting us Harford County’s Best Day Spa!
Look for us in the January 2016 “Top Salons” issue of Baltimore Magazine!
Congratulations to our owner, Debbie Nazelrod, who received a SmartCEO Magazine Circle of Excellence award last night!
Introducing The Hair-storation Studio!
We are proud to announce the launch of our Hair-storation Studio! This new area of our spa provides a private, supportive environment specifically for people with lost or thinning hair. Now these clients can enjoy a chic salon experience with our specially-trained staff. Click on the image below to read more in the latest issue of Harford STYLE Magazine:
Our beauty experts recently appeared on Fox45’s morning show to demonstrate how to celebrate your Ravens pride with your hair, makeup and more! Watch the segment online here:
Salon By Debbie esthetician Beth McHugh appeared on WBAL-TV’s morning news this weekend to discuss caring for your skin during the cold months of winter. Click here to watch the full clip.
Be sure to pick up the January issue of Baltimore magazine to read about Debbie Nazelrod and her journey to success as the founder and owner of Salon By Debbie Spas, including: Spa in The Valley, Spa on The Avenue and Spa on The Boulevard.
Did you miss the television segment on Fox45 Good Morning Baltimore? Here are the tips to help the effort in dry skin care!
**Eat a rainbow of foods, especially fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish. These are loaded with anti-oxidants and Omega 3 fats help skin stay nourished.
**Determine your dry skin cause. If your body is dry, it can be internally related. Medicine, diuretics, or just not enough oil can be contributors. Doctor reccommended supplements can help. If your body is not dry and your face is, check that your facial products aren’t stripping you of important emollients.
**Is your cleanser too harsh? Skin should feel soft after washing. Creamy cleansers don’t strip skin of their natural oils are a great choice for winter.
**Turn down the shower water temperature. Hot showers can strip skin of essential skin oils.
**Exfoliate. The winter months are a great time to aggressively address hyperpigmentation since the sun is not at its strongest. Skin products with lightening and brightening ingredients found in exfoliants not only re-texturize skin, but also help with dark spots.
**Moisturize right after the shower. The best regimen is to pat skin dry, and then slather on a favorite cream or body oil within 3 minutes of exiting the shower.
**Lip protection is just as important in winter as summer. Cracked and broken lips are not only unsightly and painful, but they open the door to germs and possible sickness. A favorite lip balm reapplied keeps lips soft and supple.
**Wearing sun protection including a high SPF year-round to protect skin prevents aging effects.
**Consider a humidifier. A cool mist humidifier helps add moisture to heated rooms that are often moisture depleted.