We come into this world instinctively excited to discover all we can, and then… the journey begins.
We have experience after experience, which will shape and make us with all the various shifts and turns that lead us along our path of becoming who we hope and dream to be. What I’ve learned is that all the great experiences are gifts and rewards and all our challenges that present themselves as obstacles are life’s tests created to strengthen us and prepare us for our journey ahead. Do you ever wonder after you’ve made it through a difficult situation or challenge how you survived it or successfully dealt with it? I always do. What I’ve come to realize is that all the challenges prior, prepared me. I used to think that there would come a time in my life when I would simply “arrive”, no more twists, turns, downs, only ups. Turns out that’s simply not how life is designed. Nope, it’s designed for us to forever change, grow, evolve, wonder, discover, and of course… Become! That’s life’s commitment to us whether we agree to it or not. How we decide to embrace this beautiful commitment is up to us.
Recently I have decided to be less resistant to the flow of life. I have decided to, as best as I can-because this takes much practice, to let life guide me. I trust it knows what’s best for me. It knows my deepest desires, my hopes, my dreams and I can give it my complete trust. Why wouldn’t I? Life has done such an amazing job so far. When I think of all, I mean all the challenges I have faced, the overcoming of them had nothing to do with me. It was the praying and begging on my knees and my surrendering to a force larger than me to help me. And guess what… always life was there to guide me in the direction of freedom, safety, love, peace, calm, and victory.
Someone recently said to me as they held both my hands firmly and looked into my eyes deeply, ” When you ask, the earth listens and gives to you exactly what you want”. Today that is my truth and I say it to you as well. All you hope, wish and dream, know that the earth is listening, allow life to guide you the rest of the way. There will always be stars above and beneath us to guide us along our own journey.
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blueberry smoothie treatment
Our Blueberry Smoothie TreatmentOur Blueberry Smoothie Treatment is a chemical and manual exfoliant that will soften rough and uneven textured skin for a more balanced complexion and dramatically smoother texture.
- Firms skin
- Smoothes fine lines and wrinkles and retexturizes
- Evens skin tone and hyperpigmentation
- Antioxidants to defend skin from free radicals that cause inflammation and damage to collagen and elastin
- Helps eliminate acne by unclogging pores
- Reveals fresh skin so that active ingredients can be absorbed better
Oxygen Chest Treatment
Our chest is usually forgotten about but not here at Skin By Maisha!
- Our Oxygen Chest Treatment
- Thoroughly cleanses pores
- Smoothes and retexturizes
- Lightens hyperpigmentation
- Strengthens skin’s elasticity
- Helps eliminate acne-causing bacteria
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Evens out skin tone
Shop Skin by Maisha
Be sure to shop Skin By Maisha for all of your skin care needs! Not only do we have everything you need here in our studio, we give you all of the necessary information and resources you need for your skin’s success! We consult with you directly and work closely to help achieve all of your skin care goals. We are here to answer any questions or address any concerns!
We are integral, our products are 100% authentic, untampered with, expiration dates are valid, making each product safe for your use. Cheaper isn’t always better, these are some of the disadvantages of purchasing from unauthorized and third-party retailers. Not only are we an authorized, direct retailer, we stay committed to you and your skin and appreciate your loyalty by shopping with us directly.
Two of our bestsellers!
Vitamin B3 Benefits:
- Reduce the appearance of dark spots and uneven skin tone while improving skin barrier function with this powerful skin-brightening serum. This advanced formulation effectively reduces skin discoloration, redness, and glycation-related skin yellowing, leaving the complexion even and bright.
- Niacinamide (6%) – a potent, yet calming antioxidant that delivers multiple important benefits to the skin. It helps to reduce transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and improve barrier function. This is critical for healthy, bright skin. Additionally, it helps reduce redness, skin yellowing, and promotes an even skin tone.
- Brightens dark spots and evens skin tone by inhibiting melanogenesis
- Blocks the glycation process to minimize age-related skin yellowing and dullness
- Boosts barrier function to reduce redness
Resveratrol Restorative Complex:
- Glowing, radiant skin
- Prevents Signs of Aging
- Promotes Collagen
- Epidermal growth factor – minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Smooths Fine Lines
- Increases Cell Turnover
- Improves Texture
Women’s National History Month
Every year March is designated Women’s History Month by Presidential proclamation. Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987. The 2020 theme, “Valiant Women of the Vote,” pays homage to the 100 anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. The theme honors “the brave women who fought to win suffrage rights for women, and for the women who continue to fight for the voting rights of others.”
Black Women in History
- Maya Angelou – “You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies; You may trod me in the very dirt; But still, like dust, I’ll rise.” Maya Angelou She was an author, poet, historian, songwriter, playwright, dancer, stage and screen producer, director, performer, singer, and civil rights activist. Also the first black woman director in Hollywood.
- In the 1800s, Sojourner Truth was an abolitionist and women’s rights activist who was born into slavery and escaped with her infant daughter. She later became known for her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech regarding racial inequalities in the year 1851 at an Ohio Women’s Rights Convention.
- Coretta Scott King played a crucial role in keeping alive the legacy of her husband, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. after his death. She started the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in 1968 after he was assassinated.
- Rosa Parks was one of the most famous, influential women of the civil rights movement. In 1955, she refused to give up her seat in the “colored section” of a bus to a white man, and got charged with civil disobedience. Today, she’s widely known as the “mother of the freedom movement.”