Guide to Green Beauty

With Earth Day on April 22nd, we’d like to share a few tips in helping you make the switch to leading a more eco-friendly lifestyle this year. By making these small changes, it can go a log way in helping Mother Earth breathe easier.

Hydrate (Through Reusable Cup & Straw of Course!)

Sipping through a straw isn’t just a trick makeup artist’s use so lipstick won’t come off. By drinking through a straw whenever possibly, you not only keep your pout perfect but you also help in the green effort of less plastic waste. Don’t forget to drink out of your reusable/travel cup too!

Eat Clean

By not only eating cleaner, juicing and shopping with reusable bags, you’ll cut down on plastic wrapping and packaging along with putting more wholefoods into your body (think fruits and vegetables!)

Turn Off the Water

For every minute you have the water funning, two gallons of water go down you drain. To conserve water, multi-task – leave your face wash on while you wash the rest of your body, shampoo while you shave your legs. Or, simply set a kitchen timer to not spend too much time in the shower.

Be a Label Hound

Check the ingredients of your skin and shower products. Chemicals can be harmful not only to your skin but to the water and environment it is transported to. Try our popular H&H Brightening Polish, not with bio-friendly microbeads!

H&H Science products are dermatologist tested and approved, Ph balanced, cruelty free, chemical paraben free, non-comedogenic, medical-grade, made in the USA, and distributed locally by a family-owned business.

What do you think?

What are some of your favorites ways to go green for Earth Day? Let us know in the comments below!

Guide to Finding Your Perfect Formula

Take the guess work out of your skin care regimen!

Whether you have dry, normal, oily or combination skin, we can help you find your perfect skin care regimen for your skin type with our medical-grade skin care products that target your specific skin care needs. 

Why H&H Science?

Our products are dermatologist tested and approved. Every H&H Science product has been hand-selected by co-founders Helen Torok, MD, renowned dermatologist, and Heather Funk, MBA, beauty and skin care expert! 

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Need Assistance In Finding Your Perfect Formula?

Feel free to visit us in-store or give us a call to find YOUR individualized Perfect Formula. Our step-by-step guides in our Boutiques will help you find your perfect daily skin care regimen for your skin type and level of sensitivity! 

The Ultimate Skin Care Routine for Teens

Finding the right teen skin care regimen can be overwhelming. Whether you are at the grocery store, mall or surfing online, you are bombarded with acne products that claim to clear up your skin! So, where do you start? Knowing your skin type and using a daily skin care regimen that includes your essential steps is the first important step to maintaining clear skin. 

​In addition to this, you also need to be using products that are effective and contain the right strength of active ingredients. Our H&H Science Teen Line contains a complete line of solution oriented treatments exclusively for teens that are medical grade. They are stronger and more effective than anything you can find over-the-counter or online. Finding the right Acne Kit for you starts with knowing your skin type and level of sensitivity. From there, you will be able to find the perfect skin care regimen for you! 

Step 1 – What is Your Skin Type?

Before you can care for your skin and keep it healthy, you must know your type- your skin type, that is! 
How-To-Identify-Your-Skin-Type.jpgDry Skin – Dry Skin is usually dull, rough and scaly and it can be itchy. Normal Skin – Normal Skin is usually smooth and even in texture with no visible blemishes, red spots or flaky patchesCombination Skin – Combination Skin typically has an oily T-Zone (forehead, nose, and chin) and dry skin elsewhere. Pores are usually larger and blackheads and whiteheads are common.

Oily Skin – Oily Skin types usually have a shiny complexion that is acne-prone. Pores are larger and open and blackheads and whiteheads are common.

Step 2 – What is Your Level of Sensitivity?

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Step 3 – Find the Perfect Acne Kit for You! 

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What is Next? 

After finding the kit that is right for your skin type and level of sensitivity, it is important to know exactly what your daily skin care regimen should include, in order to fight acne or maintain clear skin. Cleansing daily is essential to removing dirt, oil and dead skin. After cleansing, a treatment, such as gentle exfoliants and acne treatments, should be used to treat pimples and all oily areas of the face. Following cleansing and treating your skin, hydration is next in line! Using an ultra-lightweight moisturizer will help maintain a healthy pH. As the last step in your regimen, it is important to protect your skin against UVA and UVB rays with a  lightweight, oil free sunscreen that has an SPF of 30 or higher.

 

Welcoming Our NEW H&H Science Makeup Artist

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We are so excited to announce the arrival of our new makeup artist— Jenna!

Jenna is passionate about enhancing natural beauty. She enjoys making clients look and feel their very best. She is based out of the main Medina location, as well as the Wooster location. She has been doing makeup for about 6 years and is excited to be taking her talents to H&H Science. She has found her perfect match with H&H Science, as our pure, mineral makeup promotes healthier looking skin. Our innovative makeup products blend beauty and science, giving you flawless coverage with a natural luminous finish.

Come visit Jenna, or call to schedule your Perfect Match Foundation Consultation. Receive a 7-piece beauty bag FREE with your $200 H&H Science makeup or tool purchase on the day of your consultation! We only have 100 beauty bags, so schedule your consultation today: 330.722.5477. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to receive the FREE beauty bag with awesome products, while finding YOUR perfect match! It’s a win-win.

You can look at some of Jenna’s art on her personal website, http://www.jennakuntz.com/

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To learn more about Jenna and our H&H Science mineral makeup, visit our website here: HH Science, or watch our video: https://www.facebook.com/HHScience/videos/1807348045966472/

Strobing Is The New Contouring: How To Perfect The Look

What is strobing?

Strobing is essentially the application of a shimmery highlighter on the high planes of the face, where light would naturally bounce off. Unlike the concealer-bronzer-contour makeup techniques that look great in photos, but unnatural and heavy in daylight, strobing works beautifully in real life because light is always catching and reflecting off your skin. It is a much easier technique to learn and the highlighter simply amps up the reflective glow. 

How to Strobe:

Strobing should be the final step in your makeup routine. It goes on top of all the other products you are wearing, such as foundation, blush, etc.

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Before you strobe, it’s really important to “mattify” the areas you don’t want emphasized, such as your forehead, chin and the tip of your nose. Otherwise, your whole face will have a greasy appearance. You will want to do this before you apply your foundation, tinted moisturizer or BB/CC cream. You can also use it over foundation in order to further mattify certain areas after makeup application. My favorite oil-absorber is our H&H Science Ultimatte Finish Powder.  

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Watch our video below on how to strobe using our H&H Science Luminizer Stick.

Our NEW H&H Science Luminizer Stick is a creamy, conditioning stick illuminator that highlights cheekbones, diminishes darkness under the eyes and provides the skin with a healthy glow.  It contains Vitamins A, C & E that help to protect cells from free radical damage and aloe to soothe and condition skin.

It is Hypoallergenic, fragrance-free, paraben-free and packed with antioxidants!

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Strobing Tutorial: