In this episode pulled from our Okayest Moms Summer Series, we talked to Gia, an esthetician. In this informational episode, Gia shares her wealth of knowledge on how best to care for your skin based on your age.
The episode wraps up with a political segment. With less than a month out from election day, Brittany and Heather share their thoughts on third party voting, Trump getting COVID-19, and more.
Who We Talked To
Gia has been an esthetician for a decade. Her goal is to educate individuals about how to care for their skin properly. The goal is to look good at any age because we’re all doing it (aging) and there’s no such thing as a fountain of youth. However, there’s an endless amount of the fountain of truth.
She offers a full range of services at her salon in Roseville, and offers online consultation as well. She is also making her own products now! You can find her on Instagram and Facebook as well.
THINGS WE MENTIONED
Gia was a wealth of knowledge! Here are a few products she mentioned.
- Indian Healing Clay for redness
- Kojic acid in serum form for dark under eye circles, or in bar form for areas like the bikini line
- A drugstore brand Gia loves is Alba. They offer a full line of products, including face wash, moisturizer and sunscreen.
- Image was a more moderately priced brand Gia recommended. They have many products, including a balancing cleanser and this daily moisturizer with SPF.
What a week this was in politics. Has the GOP been taking a page out of the Housewives playbook? Because it really feels like they have. The political segment begins at 1:00:25 and includes:
- Our thoughts on the first presidential debate
- Our reaction to President Trump testing positive for COVID-19
- Biden’s Town Hall meeting and the upcoming vice presidential debate
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