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  • For Jowls and Droopy Eyelids…Try Sothys and Bremenn Labs and be pleasantly pleased!

    I don’t know about you guys but I think my foremost dreaded and worst skin aging issues are my jowls and my sagging eyelids. Injectible fillers and Botox work, but unfortunately I don’t like those options for a number of reasons. However, the good news for those of us who don’t opt for the cosmetic surgeon...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 06-18-2010
  • Moor mud please!! Black for Dramatic Beauty! The Beauty Ingredients Snob...part 3!

    Today we step away from the academic side of the Beauty Ingredients Snob series to talk about straight up beauty. Today is all about beauty, drama and more beauty! Well I suppose that’s not entirely true because I suppose the ingredients in these products play an important role as well. If they didn...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-27-2010
  • Peter Thomas Roth...What's New?

    I love how you can shop by category on many of the SkinStore.com brand pages. For instance, a lot of the bigger brands are broken down by things like face, lips, body, etc. for quicker, easier access to the specific product or type of product you’re looking for. But my favorite tab is on their Peter...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-19-2010
  • Deb's Dynamic Eye Creams! Zo Skin Health, Perricone MD, EmergnC, and Sundari!

    My girlfriend Debbie obsesses over eye cream and it always makes me laugh because she has the best eyes ever! Her brows are lifted and her eyelids are not saggy and the bottoms of her eyes have no bags or dark circles. And then it hit me that maybe the fact that she obsesses over eye products is exactly...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-13-2010
  • After a lot of thought…Dermalogica is still Numero Uno with me!

    Being a skincare expert for over 25 years I’m often asked what is the best skincare brand I’ve ever used both personally and professionally. The problem with that question is oftentimes there are too many variables to answer with just one brand. What I’ve found is that usually the person asking the question...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 12-04-2009
  • Elizabeth Arden…My Royal Regimen! Part 3!

    I told you I would reveal my incredible Elizabeth Arden regimen and here it is... Cleanser: Elizabeth Arden 2 in 1 Cleanser from the Basic Skincare Line . For those of you who know me…I like to find the best cleanser that doesn’t dry out my already dry skin and I refuse to pay a ridiculous amount of...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 11-23-2009
  • Elizabeth Arden! Part Two!

    So today I said I’d chat about the individual lines within the superb Elizabeth Arden brand. I also mentioned I’d share with you my very own Elizabeth Arden products I use in my all inclusive Elizabeth Arden regimen! First a little about each of the lines: Basic Skincare : Every regimen needs the basics...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 11-20-2009
  • Look Day Spa Gorgeous in Three Minutes with Z. Bigatti!

    I think I can speak for most women when I say for the most part we like sex to last longer than three minutes; however, when it comes to beauty treatments three minutes is a dream come true! There aren’t many you can apply and remove in three minutes. Most treatments such as masks and peels take around...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 10-23-2009
  • Billion Dollar Brows Baby!!!

    I’ve written recently on how much I hate thin eyebrows and how the only thing I’ve been able to attribute it to is hormonal hair loss. I was so thankful for B.Kamins Eyelash Fortifier for bringing my eyebrows back to at least making me look like I’m not an alien. But I’ve noticed recently a bunch of...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 10-13-2009
  • skyn ICELAND for Stressed out and Weathered Skin!

    My sister and her best friend live up at Lake Tahoe. It’s gorgeous up there obviously and a great place to live…however, it seems to wreak havoc on your skin. It’s cold, dry, and very high in elevation which stresses the skin in a number of ways. Two that I recognized right off the bat when assessing...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 09-25-2009
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