Friday, June 20, 2014

A facial is the best way to take care of your skin!

A facial is a beauty and health treatment that includes the following basic steps: consultation, cleansing cream, toner, mask, facial massage and a moisturizing cream. Facials are the second most popular spa treatments after massages. The process is always customized to meet the unique needs of your skin.

A licensed facialist with special training in skin care should be the person who performs your professional facial. She should not only be knowledgeable, but passionate about her work.

The Solmar Spa Collection recommends that you have a facial at least four times a year, as the seasons change. You may need one more frequently if you are trying to clear up skin blemishes such as acne, especially at the beginning. Otherwise, every few months is sufficient. Once a month is fine but make sure you don’t overdo it, especially if you have sensitive skin.

What a facial can do:
-Deep cleanse
-Increase circulation and detoxify
-Calm the senses, nerves and muscles
-Stimulate skin functions and metabolism
-Treat conditions such as dryness, oiliness, redness and acne
-Soften wrinkles and age lines

 The Solmar Spa Collection offers facials specially designed for your skin type. 

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Pioneer Art Gallery

Experience the history of Los Cabos through old photographs, the art collection of Don Luis Bulnes, the pioneer behind Solmar Hotels, and art pieces from local artists.

The Pioneer Art Gallery is located next to the Brigantine Restaurant at Playa Grande Resort and Grand Spa, a portion of the art sales will benefit the Solmar Foundation. 

Artists participating:

Joann Cappon:  She was born in México City and studied at "La Esmeralda" National School of Paint, Sculpture and Engraving and the Academia de San Carlos. 
At an early age Joann came in touch with art and painting. The aroma of oils, turpentine, and linseed oil evokes happy moments of her childhood.
These lovely memories accompany her and surround her amidst her moments of doubt and chaos and it is with these that Joann finds in her paintings an opportunity to show part of her essence. 

Yandi Monardo: Visual artist, originally from Young, Uruguay. Yandy is committed to the education and dissemination of the art and culture of Baja California Sur. His work was selected for the MOLAA catalog (The Museum of Latin America Art) in Long Beach, California. In 2009 and 2012, he received and Honorable Mention in painting and sculpture at the Biennale of Baja California Sur, Carlos Olachea. 

Enrique Bascón: Presents "Hungry for color", a sample born of coffees and social gathering, meals and travels, some in space and others in time, a tribute to México he loves and the innocence of a child's smile, both of them, their teachers. 

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