Hey, BeautyInTheBag! It’s Monday, and you know what that means. It’s time for another Gorgeous Giveaway. This week we’re featuring a wonderful product – Sente Dermal Repair Cream (a $165 value). Three lucky winners will get to experience firsthand the next step in skin repair. Unlike other creams or serums, Sente uses patent pending heparan sulfate, an active glycoprotein in your skin. It doesn’t just reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, but helps soothe skin after cosmetic procedures, and combats irritated or dehydrated skin. It’s fragrance free and hypoallergeic, making it perfect for any skin type. Another huge plus is that you can apply it under makeup and SPF, reducing the
In 2007, Dr. Gail Naughton founded Histogen, Inc., a regenerative medicine company based on the philosophy of naturally produced products from newborn fibroblasts—an alternative to the use of embryonic stem cells or animal components. A respected scientist with extensive experience in the field, Dr. Naughton has spent more than 25 years researching the tissue engineering process and holds nearly 100 US and foreign patents. With her discovery that the proteins and growth factors produced by newborn fibroblasts held therapeutic and biomedical applications, she developed Histogen’s core technology in order to create products—with both potential biomedical and cosmetic benefits—based o
Dr. Leslie Stevens, MD FACS, believes that by focusing on just a few cosmetic procedures, he can consistently deliver optimum results to his patients—achieving results that are balanced and natural-looking. Practicing in the Beverly Hills area since 1988, he limits his practice to aesthetic surgery only, specializing in facial rejuvenation, breast surgery, and body contouring. He has been featured as an expert in numerous publications—including Cosmopolitan, People, and The Wall Street Journal—and has volunteered his time performing operations in South America for the charitable organization Interplast.
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The latest design house to join Target’s cadre of partners is Missoni, the Italian knitwear company known for its zigzagged patterns of colorful stripes. Starting September 13 and running through October 22, Target will sell the affordable priced, limited edition Missoni collection, which includes cosmetic bags, makeup brush sets and hair accessories in addition to women’s, men’s and children’s fashions, home goods and decor items. Brush sets with a cosmetic bag featuring Missoni’s signature style of prints will be available in 3, 4, 5 brush versions.
The Missoni for Target collection represents the retailer’s largest limited-time designer collection to date with more than 400 item