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(Sponsored Post by Better Skin Today)
It is that time of year again, the time to slather on the baby oil, get extremely burned, and regret it later. For those of us who ignored the damage of the sun for years, or those who are trying to avoid it, skincare products are more important than ever.
What products are available and how do you know what works? A valid question considering we are on the brink of summer and need that dry skin gone, wrinkles reduced, and of course, protection from the sun. Everyone wants to look good in the summer, and no one wants to look like leather by the end of it.
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This year, a variety of products
We know that our Beauty in the Bag readers have a lot on their plates: from juggling coursework to managing children to leading meetings. Who has time to sit in front of a mirror every morning to pretty their face? Luckily, there are plenty of cosmetic solutions that match your busy lifestyle. Here, we choose a few of our favorite time-saving beauty products.
Before you even start your makeup routine, set up an area on your vanity or bathroom counter to lay out your makeup and tools. This way, when it’s time to put your face on, you won’t have to rummage around in an over
This week’s Gorgeous Giveaway has everything you need to hit the road and keep your skin in tip top shape at the same time. We have 3 sets of the Anti-Aging Travel Kit (a $52 value) from PureCeuticals to give to our lucky winners.
Created by esthetician Marlene Weber, PureCeuticals offers results-oriented skincare that features natural and organic-based products that were developed using scientific principles. The company is proud to claim that its products are made without parabens, sulphates, animal testing, petrochemicals, or synthetic fragrances. All products are produced in a state-of-the-art lab in Vancouver, which manufactures using the cleanest, most eco-friendly lowest carbon f
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With every new wrinkle eraser comes a set of promises; most give assurances of erasing deep trenches in no time, but Algenist’s new Targeted Deep Wrinkle Minimizer ($45) is very specific when it comes to declarations. It doesn’t use buzzwords like antiaging and eraser: instead, the product is touted as a wrinkle minimizer, specifically targeting deep lines that can really affect your confidence and add years to your appearance.
A new gel to hit the market, Algenist’s latest offering helps prime the skin and smooth the appearance of lines. It is purported to be the only anti-aging product on the market that harnesses the power of alguronic acid, which is a mix of algae extracts with anti-aging benefits. Upon contact with the skin, the alguronic acid filling spheres swell, creating an immediate smoother appearance. This technology is a key reason why the Minimizer acts so well as a primer—you can use it on your forehead, around your mouth, or anywhere you need a little plumping TLC before applying foundation.
Other ingredients include soy protein and echinacea, as well as an active peptide complex. Also notable is that this mixture is free from parabens and sulfates.
The best way to use the Minimizer is after cleansing and moisturizing, making sure that all other products have been absorbed. Apply the gel in the direction of the targeted wrinkle. I used this product twice a day, and noticed a difference in my wrinkles immediately (so yes, the “minimizing” effect in this definitely works), and my wrinkles looked much softer and less obvious in a week. The Algenist line is available at Sephora stores, but also through QVC, which offers auto replenishment every 60 days.
Under promise and over deliver? We think so.
FINAL VERDICT: RDW (Run Don’t Walk)
BY WAY OF: GIFTED
Would you buy it again? YES
Would you recommend it to a friend? YES
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