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  • Key to Looking Younger! Education of Products and dermalogica and Jan Marini!

    My favorite skin care brands that I’ve used (or still use) personally are typically ones that I used professionally in the past. This is usually because I was thoroughly trained via classes and seminars put on by the brands themselves, attended aesthetic conferences with workshops, or simply taught by...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 07-19-2010
  • The Beauty Ingredients Snob...Part 4! Vitamin A and Argireline for Anti-Aging!

    Today I’ll start with the letter A. It seems like a good place to start! A is for apple…but I maintain it’s for Anti-Aging! In my opinion, if you want your skin to look younger you need key ingredients. Both of which start with the letter A! Vitamin “A” is the first and “Argireline” is the second. Vitamin...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-28-2010
  • 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
  • PTR Unwrinkle...Really does unwrinkle!!

    Yesterday Gina wrote about DDF and how it and some of the long time favorite brands diffuse stronger more aggressive cutting edge technology into some of their anti-aging (and many other issues for that matter) products. It reminded me of Peter Thomas Roth another all time favorite brand of mine. PTR...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 03-24-2010
  • Paraffin Rules! Barielle, Nouriva, Cellazome and Thalgo Prove It!

    I’ve come to the conclusion that in order for you to get the ultimate moisturization, protection and staying power in hand and foot creams the product must contain paraffin. Ultra hydrating hand and foot creams work best when they contain ingredients that form a barrier to shield the skin from dehydrating...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 01-20-2010
  • 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
  • RoC On and Ahava Spa Day!

    One of my favorite brands for Anti-Aging is RoC ! Roc products are affordable and have quality results-oriented ingredients and technology. Roc has been devoted to skincare and anti-aging since its founding in France in 1957. For tightening and firming aging skin I choose RoC Firming Complete Lifting...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 11-09-2009
  • Z. Bigatti Restoration Cream is Amazing! Part two...The Reviews!

    Yesterday I wrote about Z.Bigatti Re-Storation Skin Treatment which was one of the first "all-in-one" facial cream's. This incredible brand has taken the guesswork and time out of a premium skin care regimen making it a must have for those of us who want results oriented, condition targeted...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 09-29-2009
  • Z Bigatti is Incredible! Part One!

    I realized today I haven’t written about Z.Bigatti in a very long time…in fact, I may have never. I always forget about how great Z. Bigatti Restoration Cream is because it’s on the pricey side so I haven’t used it in a very long time. However, I noticed it was on sale today at SkinStore.com and it reminded...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 09-28-2009
  • 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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