Skin Care

Modern Skin Care: Chemical Peels And Microdermabrasion

Chemical peels and Microdermabrasion are non-surgical, cost-effective techniques that reduce skin problems like sun damage, wrinkles and age spots.

What is a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are used to improve the appearance of the skin. A chemical solution is applied to the skin, which causes it to peel away, revealing smoother, younger looking skin.

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Skin Care: Is Herbal Really Better?

With the myriad herbal skin care products now available, are they effective or a fad.

The latest craze in skin care is also the oldest: herbal products. Once considered merely the eco-friendly choice of hippies, these plant derivatives are now found everywhere. The most highly reputed manufacturers have recently added herbs to their skin care lines, from cleansers to moisturizers and everything in between.

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Beauty Tips: Using Blotters To Control Shine

Controlling shine can be easy and inexpensive. Blotters offer shine control without the coverage that make up gives. Small and portable, blotters make controlling shine accessible throughout the day.

Cosmetic manufacturers offer a variety of products to control shine. Whether one’s skin is naturally oily or one suffers from a midday shine, controlling it is important. One can choose from oil controlling cream or liquid foundation. This will also even out the skin tone’s appearance. For a lighter coverage still inclusive of oil control, one may use a powder. But what if one wants no coverage, only shine control? Blotters are the answer.

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Skincare Tips To Help Minimize Product Induced Irritations

Facial skincare tips to help minimize product induced irritations.

Whether young or young-at-heart, male or female, irritations on your face sometimes come with obvious signs such as redness, rashes, and blotches. But, symptoms such as overactive oil glands, blemishes and dried-up skin cells are also common irritation signs that you might be ignoring. In fact, you might be treating a blemish or oily skin with more of the same irritants making matters worse. These irritations can impair your skin’s immune ability, cause inflammation and accelerate the aging process; and no one wants that. Steer clear of these short and long term sufferings with a few of these strategies.

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Beauty Tips: How To Remove Hair Dye From Skin

How to remove those horrible hair dye stains from the skin of your forehead and neck.

We’ve all done it. We’ve all gone down that embarrassing road. We dye our hair and realize our forehead and ears and neck are now the same color as our hair dye and it is NOT coming off with simple rubbing. Now the easiest way to remove hair dye from skin is to not let it happen and take preventative measures to avoid this catastrophe. When we get our hair dyed professionally, the stylist will usually put a long string of cotton around our entire head, covering our forehead, ears and neck.

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