New York City, January 5/2017
The intense cold wave that began in 2018 is affecting the skin of many people causing dehydration and extreme dryness, so it is urgent to implement some skin care for the new year.
To prevent injuries caused by winter, Idalis Bailey, CEO and owner of Renew Esthetics MediSpa, will offer a wine tasting to her followers to give tips to keep skin radiant during the winter and prevent the cold weather from wreaking havoc on the skin, the neck, and other areas.
“The best way to prevent skin problems caused by extreme temperatures is to prepare yourself in advance”, says Bailey.
“When you moisturize your skin constantly, you perform a facial cleaning twice a day and use sunscreen, you will prevent your skin from suffering in the winter,” she adds.
Idalis Bailey will offer tips and secrets for a great skin care, January 18 at 6:00 pm at Renew Esthetics MediSpa, located in Astoria, Queens.
As VIP guest at this wine tasting, Billie Radovic will be there. She is a certified nurse and specialist in injectable beauty treatments, who will talk about the importance of injectable treatments as a preventive method of expression lines.
Idalis also invites her followers to be part of Renew Esthetics special membership program that seeks to support victims of domestic violence.
“Those who acquire our membership are not only contributing to their personal care, but also helping women who have had difficult times and who need help,” explains Baileys.
To attend Wine Tasting, RSVP here:
About Idalis Bailey
Idalis Bailey is a graduate nurse from the Metropolitan University of Barranquilla, Colombia. Later she worked as head of pharmaceutical products for Latin America, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the company Sanofi Pasteur for 10 years. In this same country, she completed an MBA in Marketing and Business Administration at the University of Palermo. In 2004, Idalis decided to move to New York to meet her goal of establishing her own business and open Renew Esthetics MediSPA, which is licensed by New York 10 years ago, and specializes in non-invasive aesthetic treatments performed with innovative equipment approved by the FDA. Idalis Bailey is a certified medical esthetician in the New York State and a laser specialist. She is also a member of the National Beautician Coalition (NCEA).
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