Pomegranates are a good source of vitamin B and C, and are rich in tannins and potent antioxidant phenols. They are also a fusion of pink and burgundy colors which make them pretty to look at. This little, funny looking fruit is considered a “superfood’ in natural circles and has made its way into the skincare hall of fame. Current research on ingredients such as pomegranate, blueberries, goji berries and acai has shown that you can significantly reduce the impact of free radicals with the help of these powerful antioxidants, which is why we see pomegranate showing up in everything from shampoo to cleansing wipes.
Korres Pomegranate Scrub
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Dashing off for a summer getaway but still missing a couple essentials like sunscreen or sunglasses? Then Beauty.com is the destination for you. With its new accessories tab you can now order a pair of Ray Bans along with your favorite Origins sunscreen.
With the new accessories category, featuring jewelry, bags and shape wear, Beauty.com’ is now the one stop shopping locale for everything from shampoo and makeup to hair accessories and even panties.
The site offers free shipping every day with an order of more than $25, so easy to meet considering you can share a cart with Drugstore.com.
Nobody likes frizzy hair, something I’m intimately familiar with. That’s why news of Klorane’s Papyrus Milk Anti-Frizz range caught my eye. Renowned as the first form of paper, papyrus also was used by the ancient Egyptians as far back as 1551 BC as a scalp and hair remedy.
Using only papyrus plants grown in the sandy, humid soil of eastern Spain, the Klorane products nourish and smoothe hair with essential fatty acids and phospholipids.
The line includes Extra-Gentle Shampoo with Papyrus Milk (3.4 oz. $6; 6.7 oz. $13, 13.4 oz. $18), Conditioner with Papyrus Milk ($14), Mask with Papyrus Milk ($24) and No-Rinse Care with Papyrus Milk – a leave-in styler – ($24).
Putting on mascara is possibly the least glamorous part of my beauty routine. I love to use cream and powder on my skin and play with different colors to create a sultry look whenever I go out to party, but when it comes to highlighting my eyes, I never seem to get the final touch right. Short lashes are my doom and that’s why, until I have the budget for extensions, I will consistently be on the hunt for the perfect mascara. Here are some of my favorites!
Serge Lutens Oeil Pour Oeil Mascara
Have a wedding to go to and expecting to get a little emotional? This is heavy duty waterproof stuff: the kind you won’t be able to get rid off for days without a good makeup remover. But at th