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  • The Beauty Ingredients Snob! Part One!

    One of the main reasons I consider myself an expert in skincare is because I always want to know the “x” factor. I want to know why products work. And simply put the “x” factor is the active ingredient(s) within the product themselves. Think of back in the day when women simply lathered a thick coating...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-23-2010
  • Alchimie Forever Diode 1 Plus Diode 2 Age Defying Serums are a Face Saving Grace!

    I’ve wanted Alchimie Forever Diode 1 Plus Diode 2 Age Defying Serums forever but didn’t feel like I should pony up the 95 bucks considering I usually only have a couple of hundred dollars each month for fun and extras. But before I knew it I succumbed and used a darn credit card! It turned out my obsession...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 04-22-2010
  • 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
  • Looking so Fine with Sothys!

    Ever since the first time I had ever used a Sothys body product I started noticing a softness and firmness to my skin that I hadn’t previously noticed. I would never allow my sagging knees to show, much less my upper legs. They always looked so flabby. But soon after I started using Sothys Secret Smoothing...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 12-11-2009
  • 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
  • Colorescience Crème de la Crème Foundation Primer is my New Obsession!

    I’m obsessed with a new product. It’s Creme de la Creme Foundation Primer by Colorescience and it works incredibly well and is so flipping good for your skin! Check this out…its “primary purpose is to lift, shape and smooth skin texture.” Now that’s what I’m talkin’ bout! Colorescience Creme de la Creme...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 09-01-2009
  • Get Beautifully Organized! Part One!

    This is probably a no-brainer for those of you who are very organized people…but for those of us who aren’t exactly anal when it comes to organization I think I may have a solution for you and me. I am so tired of looking for things in my bathroom drawers, tote bags, medicine cabinets and the like; that...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 08-18-2009
  • Dynamic Duo for Anti-Aging. Cosmedicine and Osmotics. Check it out!

    I have been dying to sit down at my computer and tell all of you about two new products that I’ve recently started using. They are from two different brands albeit both great brands. One product is from the Osmotics line and the other is from Cosmedicine . These two lines are chock full of the best anti...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 07-02-2009
  • Astara Blue Flame Purification Mask Works!

    Everyone is always asking me my opinion on what I consider the best facial treatment masks on the market. My answer usually lies within my favorite masks for sun damaged dry and aging skin. What I typically forget are those of you who want a mask for oily skin and/or blemishes. I started doing my research...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 06-18-2009
  • Skincare Treatment Masks for all Skin Types!

    Oftentimes we worry about choosing a treatment mask designed specifically for our skin type. Well this makes sense, obviously, but it’s been my experience that in general anyone (i.e.: dry, oily, blemished, discolored, etc. skin types) can usually use masks indicated for a different skin type other than...
    Posted to Beauty Research (Weblog) by Karen on 06-07-2009
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