About Striking Skin
Tanya Manley started her skin care career in 1992 as a licensed aesthetician specializing in skin disorders. She is an expert in the
clinical care of all stages of acne. In addition to these skills, she is
trained in the treatment of hyperpigmentation and scar reduction due
to acne and sun damage.
Her dedication to her continuous research to find the most effective,
state of the art procedures, and best products, have afforded her a
unique bond with her loyal clientele.
Those that have experienced services at Striking Skin have
fallen in love with Tanya’s Facials.
Caught up in the high pace of life, and the toll it takes on our
lives, one begins to feel the benefits of Striking Skin and a
relaxed rejuvenated body.
Learning the concept of holistic healing, the power of
relaxation and knowing you look great becomes a way of life.
We invite you to join us at Striking Skin by Tanya.
Learn to leave your stress behind, and live a life that
encourages others to treat their souls to peace and happines.
Gift Certificates area available for private sessions, business
consultations and for healthcare practioners.
Striking Skin By Tanya
Daily Appointments from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
3721 Westwood Blvd.,
Suite # 3
Los Angeles, California, USA 90034
Web Site: StrikingSkin.com
Did you know?
- Your skin is the largest organ on your body, made up of several different components, including water, protein, lipids, and different minerals and chemicals. Its job is crucial: to protect you from infections and other environmental assaults. The skin also contains nerves that sense cold, heat, pain, pressure, and touch.
- Throughout your life, your skin will change constantly, for better or worse. In fact, your skin will renew itself approximately once a month. Proper skin care is essential to maintaining the health and vitality of this protective organ.
- The skin is made up of layers. It consists of a thin outer layer (epidermis), a thicker middle layer (dermis), and the inner layer (subcutaneous tissue or hypodermis).
- Collagen is the most abundant protein in the skin. It makes up 75% of your skin. This is also your "fountain of youth," for it's responsible for warding off wrinkles and fine lines. Over time, environmental factors and aging diminish your body's ability to produce collagen.
- Elastin is found together with collagen and is responsible for giving structure to your skin and organs. As with collagen, elastin is affected by time and the elements. Diminished levels of this protein cause your skin to wrinkle and sag.