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Tracy R., a 44-year-old mom in Livingston NJ, spends her fair share of time at the at The Mall at Short Hills – especially this time of year when camp is out and school has yet to begin. “My daughter and I do a lot of shopping and even more window-shopping at the Mall,” she says.
And now that NeoStrata Company, Inc. has opened its first-ever brick and mortar facility, the Exuviance Skin Lab, at The Mall at Short Hills, the real, Real housewives (teens and husbands) of New Jersey like Tracy and her daughter are thrilled that they can get their glow while on the go.
Nestled among such upscale department stores and boutiques as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Chanel, Jimmy Choo
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Most men don’t talk about skin care or grooming products with their buddies the way that women do with theirs, but that doesn’t mean men don’t care – they just may not know who to ask.
We asked Washington,DC-based dermatologist Terrence Keaney, M.D., to tell us what he keeps in his shower caddy and to share tips for men who may be grooming-challenged.
“Because men typically produce more oil and sweat, they are very sensitive to tactile sensations produced by skincare products and soaps,” he says. “Any soap that leaves a residue or makes a men’s skin feel oilier should be avoided.”
Keaney’s pick: Choose for-men-only soaps such as Dove
The ‘go green’ movement has swept through most industries, and cosmetics and skin care are no exception, but some ‘green’ products may be greenwashed instead, says Kathryn Murray Dickinson of AILLEA, a new curated e-tailer site that makes it easier for us all to be green.
“Green washing is what happens when companies use sleight of hand to make you think a product is clean and green when it’s not,” she says. Perhaps it’s pretty packaging with tree leaves for decoration or the free use of words like ‘organic’, ‘natural or ‘pure botanical,’ she says. There’s no legal definition of ‘natural’ or “organic” and the US Food and Drug Administration doesn’t re
Ask Daniel Clary, Director of Education at MYBODY Advanced Probiotic Skincare, which product he loves most and he almost can’t decide. He is that enamored with the MYBODY line and philosophy on skin health.
An aesthetician, Clary has worked at some of the country’s top spas, skin care companies, labs and medical facilities, where he helped to develop products, design protocols, and train others. All of this experience came together when he began working at MYBODY in Phoenix, AZ, several years ago.
Clary chatted with Beauty in the Bag about MYBODY, their philosophy on healthy skin and also shared some of his own beauty secrets. His enthusiasm is infectious.
Here’s what he
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