How Our “Yoni Love” Soap is Drawing “His” Attention

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If you love our Yoni Steam service, then you’ll adore our “Yoni Love” soap.  It’s a soap that was designed with your yoni in mind.  

It’s best to be selective when you choose the soap (products) to use on your Yoni.  You’ll definitely want something that is delicate and sensitive.   Our Yonis are too precious to waste time learning the lesson that all sensitive skin products are not the same. For best results, you’ll need a product that’s gentle and pH balanced to keep everything Yoni related, fresh. We’ve got just the product for you.

Our Yoni Love soap has many Yoni benefits:

  • It’s a gentle cleansing formula that also helps eliminate odors
  • It works to balance your pH and reduce ingrown hairs.
  • it containKojic acid (skin lightening agent) so if your yoni is a couple of shades darker than the rest of your body due to shaving, it will help lighten up the skin. 
  • It contains Mandelic acid (an AHA and is used for exfoliation), it keeps the hair follicles and the shaft from getting so thick that it gets stuck in the hair follicles.  One of the benefits to waxing is that it helps keep the follicles soft and growing normal (on a 28 day cycle).

The reviews are in on the Yoni Love soap

We had so many positive reviews from those who took home a sample that now we struggle to keep the shelves stocked.  This soap here, you’ll definitely want to add to your Yoni cleansing regimen. 

For more information about our Yoni Love soap or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to schedule with us on our website:  If you have any questions about skincare,please feel free to call us at (615) 884 – 6744 or email us at

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As Always, we look forward to hearing from you…

Season Changes Affect pH Levels

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The season is soon to change again, so I’m not surprised by the questions that have been flooding my social media.  Here is another question from one of my followers; I think the answer may help several people – including my male followers.

Question:  I thought I had combination skin, but my t-zone no longer seems oily and my skin frequently seems dry, what is going on with my skin?

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Answer:  Your skin care needs often change with the seasons.  When that happens, you may want to adjust your pH levels to keep up with the changing conditions.  The pH level is simply the acid verses alkaline balance in your skin.   The measurement of the pH levels vary between 1 and 14. 

One way to balance the pH level of your skin care routine is to choose a lower alkaline cleanser.  You may want to select a cleanser that has a pH level between 2.5 and 4.3.


Below is some cleanser suggestions based on your skin type:

  • Normal skin – find a mild cleanser.
  • Oily skin – find a cleanser that contains Salicylic Acid.
  • Dry skin – find a cleanser that contains a moisturizer or find a cream based cleanser that includes Lactic Acid
  • Combination skin – look for a mild cleanser that contains Glycolic Acid.
  • Melanated skin – find a cleanser containing Hybrid Glycolic Acid.
  • Sensitive skin – look for a cream based cleanser so it moisturizes your skin but does not contain Alpha Hydroxy Acids

For more skin care tips regarding pH balance check out my blog post “Resetting pH Balance for Flawless Skin.” 

Please feel free to contact us with any of your skin care questions or to schedule a virtual consultation.  You may reach us by phone at (615) 884-6744 or by email at

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Also remember, we offer courses once every 3 months – that teach you how to deal with issues such as Rosacea, Eczema, Hyperpigmentation, so please look at our events page on our Facebook and follow us on Snapchat and Instagram to see our upcoming classes and seminars.  Check us out on You Tube and IGTV for our latest videos.

                   As always, we look forward to hearing from you…

Resetting PH Balance for Flawless Skin

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We’ve been trying to keep our posts simple as we answer your skincare questions.  Now, let’s talk about Toners and Fresheners.

Let’s start with toners:

The purpose of a toner is to reset your pH balance.  It is not supposed to cleanse your face and you should not be using a toner daily.  If you use a toner every day, you are upsetting your pH balance and when you upset your pH balance; your body will respond to correct it.

Question: Porsche, How often should I use a toner?

Answer: Using your toner once per week is perfect and that’s because you just want to reset your pH balance.

There is a difference between a toner and a freshener.


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Important:  For those who have acne or scaly skin, you may want to use a toner that usually will have an alcohol base, but your best toner ever – will be Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV).

Yes, right from the kitchen!  Don’t get me wrong, you can give me your money if you’d like, I have a gentle cleanser in my Semblance line – or you can go and buy some ACV and say thank you Porsche for saving me some money.

Apple Cider Vinegar is the best toner for skin types including deeply myelinated skin.  However, for myelinated skin (most of the time) no matter how dark, all you truly need is a Freshener.

A Freshener helps reset your pH levels and hydrates your skin.  Witch Hazel is a freshener, but a lot of people think it’s a toner.  Witch Hazel adds hydration to your skin.

Skin concerns like hyperpigmentation come from not hydrating properly.  In your skincare routine you want to: Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate.  That’s when you use a freshener instead of a toner.

Yes… Witch Hazel – that stuff grandma used.  You can probably buy a 32 oz container, for about $1.50, in a dollar store.  Witch Hazel, found near the alcohol, is similar to alcohol (it has many uses) but it’s not alcohol.  Witch hazel hydrates 10 times better than water – so, Witch Hazel is the best.

EBPB Light bulbFor myelinated skin, try to use something organic and try something light.  You don’t need skincare products that are harsh or strong because if your skincare products are too strong, your body will over produce oils trying to fix it.  Then when you use products to strip the oils, you may end up with hyperpigmentation.  Don’t fight your body,  let it do what it’s supposed to do and then just make sure your cleanser and everything is right for your skin.

EBPB Light bulbFor sensitive skin, Witch Hazel is perfect for sensitive skin. However, if you have sensitive skin and you use the ACV, it may work like a chemical peel and actually burn your skin.  So, be careful with that too.  If you think you have sensitive skin, use Witch Hazel.

Final Note:

If you wash your face and then use a toner or freshener, and there is dirt on the pad (that you’re using for the toner) – you need a new cleanser… your cleanser is not good.  Please purchase a new cleanser.  My Semblance product line has a cleanser for you. The line is loaded with organic skincare products to help keep your skin looking flawless.

EBPB logoPlease feel free to contact us with any of your skin care questions. You may reach us by phone at (615) 884-6744 or by email at

Remember, we offer courses once every 3 months – that teach you how to handle issues such as Rosacea, Eczema, and Hyperpigmentation, so please look at our events page on our Facebook and follow us on Instagram for upcoming classes                                                                          and seminars.

We look forward to hearing from you…