Beauty Q+A: Tracie Martyn
After making a name in New York City with her Resculpting Facials and Resculpting Body Treatments at the Tracie Martyn Salon (101 Fifth Ave. 212.206-9333; traciemartyn.com), the celebrity aesthetician is branching out to Lapis, The Spa at the Fontainebleau (4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 800/548-8886; fontainebleau.com). T+L asked the skin-care guru about the new partnership and her travel beauty tips.
Why the Fontainebleau?
There's a sense of exclusivity - the hotel's owners have brought in cult brands that exist only in a few places. Also, the spa's philosophy is similar to my own: harnessing the benefits of natural elements to improve well-being.
Any other favorite spas?
The Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica. Beautiful design, excellent services.
What beauty product is always in your suitcase?
How do you keep your skin healthy while flying?
I believe in strong antioxidant protection and eat blueberries and drink pomegranate and acai juices while I'm traveling. Chocolate also contains a lot of antioxidants, as long as you don't overdo it.
- Firms and brightens
- Minimizing the appearance of dark circles
- Smoothes out wrinkles
- Improve microcirculation
- Free of alcohol
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