Category Archives Cosmetics

Latisse

Latisse is an FDA-approved medication that can make eyelashes longer, thicker, and darker. It takes 16 weeks of regular use to achieve the full results. Latisse is generally safe to use, but may cause some non-serious side effects. Latisse is only available with a doctor’s prescription. If you are unsatisfied with the way your eyelashes look, you are not alone.…

Anti-aging neck creams

Quick Facts About The skin on the neck is thin, delicate and prone to sun exposure. Maintaining a regular skincare regime, with specially formulated products that target the skin of the neck, can help to slow or reverse the signs of aging. Concerns Some of the issues that neck creams can address include pigmented skin, dryness, fine lines and wrinkles,…

Botox alternative for frown lines

Botox remains one of the most popular ways of treating facial wrinkles, but that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily the right option for you. The cost, potential allergies, side effects, a fear of needles, and the fact that it can’t be administered while you’re pregnant or breastfeeding are just a few of the reasons why Botox may not appeal to certain…

hair botox

Hair botox is a rejuvenating hair treatment that reduces frizz and improves the health of your hair. Hair botox is suitable for all hair types. Hair botox is much safer than keratin treatment. Hair botox is a deep conditioning treatment that eliminates frizz, adds volume and rejuvenates damaged hair. It’s marketed as a safer alternative to keratin treatment, which typically…

Microshading

Microshading is a gentler version of microblading, the semi-permanent makeup technique for sparse, light-colored or over-plucked brows. Unlike microblading, microshading fills in thin brows with small dots rather than natural hair strokes, which is safer for sensitive or oily skin. Each eyebrow artist has their own style so it’s important to choose your technician based on your skin type as…

Low pH Cleansers

The skin’s natural pH is on the acidic end of the scale, measuring about 4 to 5.5. The skin has a protective layer called the acid mantle made up of sebum and fatty acids. High pH cleansers upset the pH balance of the skin and leave it open to infection and inflammation. Low pH cleansers could be the way to…

Best makeup for acne

Makeup can clog your pores and trap dirt, oil, and debris in your skin, which can lead to acne. People with acne-prone skin should look for oil-free and powder-based makeup to prevent clogged pores. A good skincare regimen is the most important part of preventing makeup-related breakouts. Some cosmetic brands offer makeup that contain acne-fighting ingredients specifically for acne-prone skin.…

Puffy eyes

Eye puffiness can be caused by a variety of factors, including allergies, fluid retention, irritants in skin care products, pink eye, stress, lack of sleep, and aging. Puffy eyes can be unsightly, but they are not usually cause for serious medical concern unless they are accompanied by other specific symptoms. There are a number of ways to alleviate puffy eyes,…

Skin Care Sequencing

The order in which you apply your skincare products will help you maximize their benefits. Cleansing is essential, as is starting with the lightest products and finishing with the heaviest creams and oils. Experts recommend choosing the right products and adjusting your routine to suit your skin type. Applying skin care products in the right order -- also known as…

make nails grow stronger

Products for healthy nails and maintenance have come a long way in recent years. Forget the manicurist: give yourself a manicure at home with ingredients from your pantry. Following a few simple tips can help you avoid damaging your nails. Whether you wear them bare or topped with your favorite shade of nail polish, strong, beautiful nails aren't only aesthetically pleasing…

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