Tatchme landed in Los Angeles... look at how many beautiful ladies attended our event at the Peterson Museum on November 9th.
Thank you to all of you for supporting Tatchme around the world!
It was great seeing you all !
Wish you great, healty skin.
Manhattan, October 12th
You were wondering where the most beautiful girls of the City were.... Well, have a look at our booth at the Luxury Review, an exclusive press showcase & ultimate shopping experience displaying the latest in luxury products & services.
Aldo, our CEO, presented our brand-new SPA line in avant-premiere... This fabolous line features 4 sets of body and wellbeing products: truly amazing!!!! I will tell you more shortly, as soon as we launch it. Stay tuned!
Some of the pictures of the event:
Queen International, March 2011 - Full back cover page.
For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. When winter comes your skin begins to dry and you feel uncomfortable and itchy.
What do you do?
1. Windburned Skin
Prolonged exposure to harsh winds can leave skin raw and chapped. Before heading out, layer on a rich salve, such as Tatchme Energy Powerful Night Cream, to create a thin barrier between your skin and the wind. Then coat skin with an SPF 30 sunblock. For added insurance, wear a hat or a scarf that covers your neck and nose.
If itching and soreness persist for more than three or four days, ask a dermatologist for a stronger prescription cream, which should accelerate the healing process.
2. Flyaway Hair
Cold temperatures, wind, and excessive combing can create a buildup of negative ions on the hair shafts, which causes individual strands to repel one another. In a word: static. "Use a mild shampoo for dry hair, and always use conditioner, which gets rid of negative ions.
Flyaway hair accompanied by an itchy, flaky scalp indicates dandruff. If the condition doesn't improve after you use an antidandruff shampoo like Head & Shoulders Classic Clean for two weeks, see a dermatologist.
3. Rough Elbows
Elbows have a thicker top layer of skin, which is easily disrupted by the loss of moisture. To keep them smooth, exfoliate with a scrub twice a week and apply a thick cream every day.
If your elbows are still scaly after a week, you might need a stronger, prescription cream. Redness and inflammation could also indicate psoriasis, a genetic disease.
4. Cracked Feet
Gently scrub away dead skin cells with a pumice stone once a week, and moisturize feet daily with a thick cream containing hydrating acids.
Apply a thick coat of cream and wear cotton socks to bed. Your feet will sweat a bit during the night, and the moisture will be deeply absorbed. Reapply moisturizer in the morning.
Painful cracks that don't heal in a week or two probably need a prescription-strength cream.
5. Dry Eyes
Blustery winds, the punishing glare, and dry air can leave eyes red and irritated. To protect them, wear sunglasses that shield you from harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Apply nonmedicated saline tears or nonmedicated eyedrops.
If nonmedicated drops don't help after a week, make an appointment with a dermatologist.
Best wishes for a 2011 full of beauty with Tatchme Skin Care!