Skin Care Secrets

Ami Seier

We take a break from asking the pros and, instead, ask someone we think has great skin – Raleigh resident Ami Seier – to share her skin care secrets.

For 42-year-old Seier, skin care is high on the radar. Her interest developed while she was in her 20s living in Denver, doing the occasional facial and microdermabrasion, always careful about what treatment she selects due to her pigment.  Now, as a business owner (Pure Barre Raleigh, North Raleigh and Cary), wife and mother of two, her time is limited, so taking care of her skin is all about choosing products with worthwhile ingredients and embracing a routine at home.

Non-Negotiable

Seier washes her face twice a day – every morning and every night – no matter what.   

Favorite skincare product Lines

SkinMedica

SkinCeuticals

Obaji

Must-Haves

SkinCeuticals Retinol 0.5: Retinol night treatment for lines, tone and texture.

SkinMedica TNS Essential Serum: Contains both antioxidants and a growth factor to improve fine lines, skin tone and texture.

Obagi Professional C 20% Strength: Packed with Vitamin C, an antioxidant known for cellular turnover.

Obagi Nu-Derm Eye Cream: Moisturize and protects the eye area, twice a day, every day.

Smashbox Camera Ready BB Cream, SPF 25, a combo sunscreen & moisturizer

Healthy Life, Healthy Skin

Seier has found a clear connection between a healthy lifestyle (exercise, healthy foods and lots of water) and good skin.  “I think that if you can make exercise and healthy eating a habit, then your lifestyle forms behind it,” says Seier.

If-She-Could Indulgence

• The mélange peel offered at her old spa in Denver.

• The SkinPen at The Museum Spa

Makeup  Philosophy

When it comes to makeup, stick to a few products, and learn how to apply them. And when you have good skin care, you probably don’t have to cover up as much.

Illyse Lane

Illyse Lane began her professional career working in sales and marketing for GE Capital. Before joining Raleigh Magazine as the editor for the Polish section, she worked as a freelance writer, specializing in human interest stories for local lifestyle publications. She also worked as a parenting blogger for the News & Observer.
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Illyse Lane began her professional career working in sales and marketing for GE Capital. Before joining Raleigh Magazine as the editor for the Polish section, she worked as a freelance writer, specializing in human interest stories for local lifestyle publications. She also worked as a parenting blogger for the News & Observer.