Do you hide your decollete because of deep creases, brown spots, or crepey skin? So many women cover up their chests and are not comfortable wearing low cut dresses and revealing tops because they have lines, wrinkles, blotches, and redness from cumulative exposure to the sun. They see a noticeable contrast between the skin of their faces, neck and their chest.
Because the décolleté is thinner with fewer oil glands it is more susceptible to sun damage, aging and irritation and slower to heal from injury and age related changes. The skin on the décolleté area is also more sensitive than skin on other parts of our body and has less elasticity as there is no fat tissue to act as
With products that sound good enough to eat, Juice Beauty is building upon the critical success of its Green Apple Peels with the launch of two new age-defying products. Using fruit stem cells (completely safe and totally different from controversial human stem cell technology), the organic beauty company has launched Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer ($65) and Stem Cellular Repair Eye Treatment ($45). Like all Juice Beauty products, this pair uses a 100% organic certified juice base (comprising more than 30 different juices), which brings the total organic content in every
We have 3 bottles of the KORRES Quercetin & OAK AntiAgeing, AntiWrinkle & Firming Face Serum (a $62 value) to give away to this week’s lucky winners. The innovative, natural serum formulated with Quercetin & Oak is clinically proven to improve skin texture (100%), visibly reduce wrinkles (97%) and even tone (94%).
Many women understand the benefits of retinol as an effective anti-aging ingredient, yet would prefer gentler, less manufactured products in their skin care regimen. The best-selling KORRES® Natural Products Quercetin & Oak collection offers age-re
DO CREAMS THAT CLAIM TO REDUCE CELLULITE REALLY WORK?
There are no topical products that can eliminate cellulite. Firming and toning body lotions may temporarily make the skin appear tighter and smoother, but they cannot affect the fatty deposits that contribute to cellulite on the hips and thighs. Cellulite is adipose tissue and waste that is trapped in vertical strands in the subcutaneous layer of your skin. It is caused by behavior and eating habits and genetics. Diet and exercise can help, along with drinking lots of water to flush out toxins. Avoid food additives, fats, starches, artificial colors and flavors, sodium, and alcohol.