The world of serums has just entered Cadillac competition level.
Erno Laszlo,the legendary dermatologist whose clients included Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn,approached skin care as a long-term commitment,rather than aiming for instant,miraculous results.So,you can expect that new launches from the company that carries on his legacy—especially one as major as Transphuse—is less about instant gratification than it is about solid results over time.The intensive Transphuse ($550) is a four-week rejuvenation program that targets the signs of aging associated with senescence, the process of cells losing their ability to divide and grow. The idea behind the beautifully packaged four-via
Earth Day, created to raise awareness and appreciation for the globe’s natural resources, can teach us a lot about how natural products are good for you. Europe has lead the charge with its ECOCERT labeling for organic products in a clear and rigorous way, but the US has caught up quite a bit over the past few years and now savvy consumers can purchase paraben and phthalate-free products even in drugstore aisles. Now that’s something to rejoice at.
Here are some ways you can celebrate Earth Day with beauty products that work.
Jonathan Product Green Routine Silkening Styling Creme ($24)
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This beautiful plant-patterned styling creme will not only give your hai
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Do you have a skincare junkie on your list? Or know someone who deserves a little pampering, but rarely takes time for herself. Luxurious skincare can bring a touch of indulgence to a stressed and over scheduled life (are you listening moms, students, execs, and evolved men?). From simple 3-step solutions to cutting edge technology from Korea (market leaders in beauty innovation), the beautymakers have amped up their kit offerings for the holiday. Here are some worthy splurges and steals that will fit most budgets and lifestyles.
Clarisonic ARIA Glowing set with Josie Maran ($199)
For those who are big fans of the Clarisonic (and who isn’t?), this collaboration with argan-oil maven Jo
Keats once wrote, “A thing of beauty is a joy forever,” and that line could certainly apply to most of Erno Laszlo products. Its new Phormula 3-9 Eye Repair is no different.
The classic “pHormula” line started in the 1920s in Hungary with the creation of formula 3-1, the precursor to today’s 3-9, which saved many a celebrity’s (including Hungary’s princess Stephanie) face.
Priced at $175, this new rich and emollient cream comes in the brand’s signature black and white jar, the colors reminiscent of a half-moon cookie or a box of chess pieces. It is a gel formulation, so it’s as light as jelly, and it contains active ingredients. One of the gel’s salient features is that it cools on