Teaching teens about healthy skin

Aura Clinic and Spa's Ruby McIntyre

Do you know a teenager who’d like to learn how to take better care of their skin?

Broken Hill’s Aura Clinic and Spa provides pampering for people all year round offering an extensive range of restorative services including massage, beauty therapy and hydrotherapy. This school holidays they’re reaching out to teens to teach them tips about how to have healthier skin.

Aura workshop host Ruby McIntyre is part of a team of three local beauty therapists keen to educate local young people about how to best take care of their skin.

“We like to run these workshops in the school holidays before the school year starts to help educate young people about the importance of correct skincare,” Ms McIntyre told the Truth this week.

“With changing hormones it’s natural for teens to feel self-conscious about their appearances, particularly their skin. And because we’ve become aware that some teens are receiving false information on the internet and developing poor skincare habits, we thought we’d trial a workshop created just for young people living in the region.

“It’s a workshop type event for 10 participants so the young ones feel comfortable to come along with a friend or two and have a bit of fun discovering some skin friendly practices and products,” Mr McIntyre said.

“The Pryority skincare range used during the workshops has a Bespoke Mask that is made in-store for individual skin concerns. As part of this workshop, the attendees each make their own Bespoke Mask specifically for their skin condition. It’s a lot of fun and a great introduction to cosmetic chemistry,” Ms McIntyre said.

The Teen Skincare Workshop is being held at Aura Clinic and Spa at 431 Argent St at 2pm to 4pm on Tuesday January 30 with $40 event tickets redeemable on products purchased on the day.

To secure a space for your teen in the workshop, call Aura Clinic and Spa on 8087 4887.

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