Jane's Dry Skin Tips

Our skin is going through a change as we transition into the warmer season. Our winter skin has begun to shed, and dry skin has started to take over. Let us help you get your skin feeling its best. Because a healthy skin, is a beautiful skin.


  • Dry Body Brush - dry body brushing stimulates your circulation and lymphatic system. It assists in waste removal from your cells which results in a hydrated, soft, and toned skin. Also great for your immune system. Check out our dry body brushing blog to learn how to get the most for your skin.
  • Body Lotion or Oil - Hydrate your skin with a natural lotion or body oil. We love to use a lotion or oil immediately after showering to help lock in moisture.
  • Skin Treatment - Your skin changes with the seasons so now is a good time to come in for a treatment to get your skin refreshed.  We can give you a complete overhaul or tweak your routine and enhance your results.
  • Invest in the janegee Elixir or a new Face Oil to raise your skins vibration, deeply hydrate, and moisturize. The Elixir is a fabulous corrective serum. It helps rebuild collagen and elastin, which increases the moisture content of your skin, and helps diminish, and in some cases remove, hyper-pigmentation. 
  • janegee Mini Facial - Learn how to use the janegee facial protocol at home to help detox and manage your skin on your own.
  • Know where your food comes from - Whether you are gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, paleo etc. eat real food. Know where your food comes from and eat healthy, clean, organic food. We are anxiously waiting for the Portsmouth Farmer Market which starts 5/5/18!


  • Don’t exfoliate or scrub your face - Scrubbing/ exfoliating your skin destroys the natural rhythm of your skins cellular exchange. It will cause hyper-pigmentation, broken capillaries, and misshapen pores.
  • Don’t use toners or harsh products that strip your skin - These types of products will only encourage dehydration and strip your skin of its natural oils. This slows down the natural exchange of cells which in turn will thicken your skin.
  • Don’t use surfactants on your face - Surfactants (scrubs, soaps, anything that foams) will strip your skin of precious oils and over stimulate your oil glands. Your skin may become clogged  with a surface that has been stripped and dried out, this results in a dry surface and infection underneath. These types of products are especially bad on oily acne skins.

Keep these simple tips in mind as the weather warms up this spring. And as always, don't hesitate to reach out or come in for a skin consultation if you have any questions!