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What did we do before dry shampoo? We definitely washed our hair a lot more. But these oil-absorbing, odor-eliminating, style-refreshing powders and sprays do more than save us timeâ€”they also lend sexy texture to squeaky-clean strands and extra grip that helps certain styles stay in place. But a new era has dawned, as dry shampoos and texturizing products now come in unique formulations that we once never imagined.
R+Co Badlands Dry Shampoo Paste ($28)
Offering oil-absorption plus tousled texture and a touch of hold, this paste is a must-try for any dry shampoo devotee. Great for short or layered styles that require a piece-y look, it leaves hair with a matte finishâ€”and no
Cleanse, slough, radiate. BeyondClearâ„¢ Skin Clearing System celebrated the launch of the new PROTECT SPF29, a breakthrough broad spectrum sunscreen that actually makes acne better plus their signature BOOST 5-day Quick Start Treatment, affectionately known as â€œThe Quickie,â€ with a media studded event at the companyâ€™s New York City headquarters in Chelsea. Editors, bloggers and journalists experienced â€œThe Quickie,â€ under the guidance and gentle hands of Dr. Julie Karen, M.D., a board certified dermatologist at the Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York.
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Exfoliators are the unsung heroes of skincare. Ask any aesthetician for a professional tip for non-pros to do at home and she most likely will say â€œexfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate.â€ Exfoliators come in two major categories; mechanical (as in a loofah or a wash cloth) and chemical (as in a scrub or peeling pad). Composed of a lotion or gel base with an exfoliating granule or microparticle, topical exfoliators remove dead skin to let radiant new skin cells shine through. Using an exfoliator helps dry skin absorb moisturizers better, while oily skin types can benefit from a deeper cleansing that removes dirt and cleans pores. With a host of products to choose from â€“ exfoliato
Tazarotene is in the retinoid family (think Retin-AÂ® and its many cousins) and has been shown to have advantages in reversing sun damage, improving lines and wrinkles, as well as treating psoriasis. It is also highly effective for controlling acne. You may have already heard of this multi-tasking wonder drug under the brand names of – AvageÂ® 1.0% Cream and TazoracÂ® which comes in 0.5% and 1.0% cream and gel formulations (Allergan).
Well the big news about Tazarotene is that Stiefel, a GSK company, submitted a New Drug Application (NDA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), for Tazarotene foam for the topical treatment of facial acne vulgaris in patients 12 years of ag