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Se hizo un tratamiento facial y su rostro quedó arruinado (+fotos)

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(Caracas, 27 de febrero. Noticias24).- Una limpieza facial está pensada para cuidar la piel en profundidad, eliminar cualquier bacteria y así, conseguir un cutis más terso, liso y rejuvenecido.

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Es importante tener presente que debemos seguir ciertos cuidados con la piel de nuestro rostro. Sin embargo para una editora de bella es normal probar nuevos tratamientos faciales, especialmente los que usan las famosas.

Heather Muir, editora de belleza de las revistas Health y Real Simple, recibió una invitación para realizarse una limpieza facial y no le fue tan bien como ella esperaba.

“Yo confío mi piel, mi cabello y mi cuerpo a extraños pensando que por mi trabajo solo voy a recibir lo mejor. Muchas veces durante este facial me sentí incómoda y expresé que sentía como si mi piel se estuviera quemando, como si estuviera en llamas. Me dijeron que probablemente mi piel era sensible”, escribió la editora junto a varias fotos de su cara.

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PSA: Two weeks ago, I accepted a publicist’s invitation to try a “red carpet” facial from a “board certified master esthetician.” Like I’ve done many times, I jumped at the chance to experience a fancy (free) facial, after confirming there would be no downtime, as I was filming hours later. This time, however, the result was different. Instead of leaving with glowy skin, I left with a hard lesson learned. Please know, I’m not posting this to get revenge or to put anyone “on blast” but to share what I took away from this scary experience. I wouldn’t be doing my journalistic duty to only cover the good stuff. I trust people (strangers) with my hair, my skin, my body, thinking that because of my job, I’d only receive the best. Numerous times throughout this facial, I felt uncomfortable, which I verbally expressed as burning, stinging, and on fire. I was told I must be sensitive and even asked if I had a pacemaker (I do not). When I went to the bathroom to change, I saw my skin—red, raw, and with a beating sensation—I knew something was wrong. I was told “well, that’s what I was supposed to promote,” and to drink lots of water and moisturize with the oil capsules I had been given. So many emotions followed and everyone had an opinion on how to handle, but after reflecting, here is what I want to pass on: 1.) Go with your gut. When something doesn’t feel right; leave. Simply remove yourself from the situation no matter how awkward it feels in the moment. I wish I had. 2.) Skin heals—fast! Along with my incredible derm (who prescribed a miracle-working wound cream; ➡️ to see slide 10), my skin is looking and feeling *almost* back to itself. 3.) Be grateful. A day after the facial, I had a shoot. I’m not the type to cancel (regardless of looking like I was attacked by a wild cat, woof). Without any mirrors and a job I love, I had a fun day and came home telling Dave I was so grateful for my normal skin with all of its imperfections, knowing that this would pass. To my husband, fam, friends, coworkers (who had an aloe leaf waiting), video crew who had to reschedule, and bosses, thank you for helping me and letting me handle this my own way; in my own time.♥️

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Muir al ver esa reacción en su cara de inmediato visitó a su dermatóloga, quien le recetó una crema que poco a poco la ayudó a restaurar la piel. Ahora la piel de la editora ya luce radiante y libre de rasguños como antes.

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