Whether aiming for the smoothest of legs to show off flirty skirts and short shorts, or readying your body as a canvas for self-tanner, smooth and silky is a summer skin must.
B. Kamins, the excellent cosmeceutical brand from our neighbors to the north in Montreal, is, as I write, launching two new products to get skin warm weather ready.
B. Kamins Rice Body Polish ($26) is a creamy exfoliant so easy to use youâ€™ll forget your are spending time on body prep. Apply in the shower or bath and massage gently with a circular motion, then rinse off. The gentle buffing will stimulate circulation for a healthy glow, dead skin will be removed, and fresh smooth skin revealed. Itâ€™s
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
Olive oil has been touted for centuries as having health benefits. But what exactly are the benefitsâ€”especially for your beauty regimen? Ancient Greeks used extra virgin olive oil to heal wounds, light oil lamps, cook, and of course for skincare and beauty.
Today, awareness of the benefits of this wonder oil continue to expand, from fighting obesity, heart disease and cancer to gallstone reduction. Some evidence suggests that a diet containing olive oil could even help with Alzheimerâ€™s disease and diabetes. In addition to being a natural and gentle, non-irritating way to moisturize skin, EVOO (as one famous chef calls it) also contains oleic acid to soften and hydrate, plus an
Your skin is blotchy. Red, yet pale. Hot like a latte one minute, cold as iced-tea the next. Mysterious dry patches appear…. And althoughÂ it may be desirable to have wind-swept hair, windswept cold-aggravated, central heating harmed skin is what make February, with apologies to TS Eliot, the cruelest month, at least to your skin. Â
So what is going on and why? Start by considering your heritage. Say what?! â€œGenetics cause cold weather to affect the skin in different ways,â€ explains Ã»ber facialist Linda Meredith who counts Gwyneth Paltrow, Sienna Miller, Kate Beckinsale and even Colin yes-I-know-heâ€™s-happily-married-but…Firth as her clientele at her London b