La Suite Blog
Is This Popular Face Acid Bad for Your Skin?
It’s more for people who are losing their skin’s natural reserves,” says aesthetician Rhea Souhleris Grous, founder of La Suite Skin Spa in Greenwich, Connecticut, and New York.
What 4 dermatologists eat to keep their skin clear
Many dermatologists recommend adding seafood to your diet. Rhea Souhleris Grous, director of aesthetics at La Suite Skincare, told INSIDER of the importance of getting protein.
Workout - proof your lashes
Plus, the difference between extensions, lifts, and tints.
How to Take Your Glow into Holiday Season
You’ve it seen it from 10 feet away: the kind of dewy skin that glistens as it hits the light in an ethereal way as if it were kirakira in real life. This kind of magical glow a la J.Lo is all sparkle, no sweat.
The #1 Winter Skin Essential You’re Probably Forgetting
Hint: It’s not moisturizer.
We all know that sugar is bad for us, but Lauren Waterman refuses to give up on the addictive ingredient. Sugar face. It kind of sounds like a good thing, doesn’t it? Like a compliment, or a term of endearment?
Should You Apply Your Moisturizer With a Brush?
Think about your last moisturizer experience. Did you use your hands to pat the cream onto your skin? How pedestrian! At least, that’s what some beauty brands would like you to think.
Summer Fling: 5 Beauty shake-ups to make now
A new season calls for a new beauty M.O. As the temps rise, your daily regimen requires a revamp. All those heavier skin and haircare products you were using in the winter no longer apply as the barometer rises. “Just like our wardrobe, our skin needs a seasonal change that allows it to breathe better during the warm weather,” says Rhea Souhleris Grous founder of La Suite Skincare at Union Square Laser Dermatology in New York City.
Skin Trend to Try: Complexion-Boosting Facial Oils
The latest crop of botanical elixirs is designed to deliver even more benefits for your skin. Here’s how to tap into the next level of radiance.
How to be your best self for summer
Here’s the thing about summer: It’s the season to bare all. More skin, more hair texture, more confidence—out there in broad daylight for everyone to take notice. Yet, it often has a way of sneaking up when we’re least prepared. The good news is, there’s still time to make tweaks. Follow our guide to help you look and feel fresh from head to toe—so you can take that confident strut from street to surf.
I Tried At-Home Dermaplaning and I Can't Stop Touching My Face
As mentioned, dermaplaning is a non-invasive form of exfoliation that requires zero downtime after you're finished. It not only removes the peach fuzz (known as vellus hair) but also the corneal layer — aka the thickened, rough layer of skin.
The Strategist Haul: What the Editors Bought in July
Environ Vita-Complexe Super Moisturiser Plus
Like most acne-prone folk, I have a love-hate relationship with moisturizer. Since I’m a fan of the scorched-earth approach to getting rid of zits
How to (finally) get rid of your back acne
This might be summer’s outro, but that doesn’t mean it’s over. And until you have no choice but to pull on a sweater, you might as well show some skin. So why not keep it at its best? Enter back acne, aka bacne, which is here to ruin your beach day.
Spring Awakening for Your Face
After a long winter, your skin may be a little less than luminous. We all know that facials are good for increasing the vibrancy of our skin, however, sometimes it is hard to know what sort of facial we should ask for at the salon or spa.