Spas may be closed, but one local skincare brand is creating new ways to give you healthy, glowing skin from home. Read on for more.
While you may not be able to head to your local spa for any skincare or self care just yet, one local company is making it easier to get results from home.
Peaches Skin Care is a Montgomery-based all-natural skin care brand focused on delivering high-quality, antioxidant-rich products and facials at an approachable price. “It’s our belief that your skin doesn’t need to be pulled, injected, prodded, or cut to achieve medical-quality results,” explains Peaches Skin Care Director of Operations John Brinkley. “Our natural skincare line combined with an extremely efficient facial can achieve longer lasting results than anything sold by a plastic surgeon or medspa.”
Peaches Skin Care Owner Lisa Pfeiffer wants everyone to love the skin they’re in and with more than 30 years experience in skincare, she says she’s seen it all. “After many years of working with bigger brands, she decided to open her own salon that focused on the natural side of skin,” explains Brinkley.
Oftentimes, Brinkley explains, skincare is a challenge for two different reasons: 1. People don’t know how to choose a facialist or a treatment because of the overwhelming amount of both in their area and 2. Commercial/big box products have harsh, chemically-based ingredients that often cause two issues while solving one.
“We solve both points by offering only one facial that works for all skin types and by focusing on products with ingredients derived directly from nature,” adds Brinkley.
To expand their product line for all skin types, Peaches Skin Care recently launched an apple cider vinegar toner. “Apple cider vinegar has amazing benefits for the skin with chemical exfoliation, antibacterial properties, and a natural pH balancer being just some of them,” he explains.
When it comes to the service side of the business, Peaches Skin Care recently introduced Revitapen treatments at their salons.
“This treatment is a 100 percent non-penetrating alternative to micro-needling that is equally as effective,” says Brinkley. “We are able to deliver high quality, natural products deeper into the skin by creating micro-channels in the skin’s top layers, which in turn lead to greater efficacy.”
Since salons and spas are currently closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Peaches Skin Care has been offering a video series on their services, something they have always wanted to offer customers but now have the time to do.
“There are tons of skin care videos and channels out there, but we thought that with the increase in interest around natural skin care methods, we could provide value to both our customers and individuals new to skin care in general,” he adds.
To help combat the spread of COVID-19 Peaches Skin Care is working on adding their own brand of hand sanitizer to the website. They also created a new Vitamin C serum that works for anti-aging and wrinkle reduction. Salons will also reintroduce waxing for clients in the coming weeks as the economy begins to re-open.
Peaches Skin Care is located at 7840 Cooper Road in Montgomery. To learn more, visit peachesskincare.com. You can also follow along on Instagram and YouTube. Peaches Skin Care also publishes a weekly newsletter, which is available on the website, where they provide updates on the business, products, sales, videos, and skin care advice.