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WE TRIED DEFENAGE 6-WEEK PERFECTION NECK CREAM AND HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED

Posted by 12.21.20

The late, great comedian and writer Nora Ephron absolutely hated her neck. She actually named a book after it – I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman (2006, Knopf).

It’s why her signature look was a black Chanel turtleneck. “Our faces are lies and our necks are the truth. You have to cut open a redwood tree to see how old it is, but you wouldn’t if it had a neck,” she wrote.

I get it – especially now that I spend so much time on Zoom and Facetime – and am forced to notice my neck on a daily basis. It’s not terrible and I’m not ready for major surgery yet, but there is definitely some room for improvement on and around my neck and décolleté.

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SPONSORED – GET SILKY SKIN WITH SILK THERAPEUTICS

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Posted by 12.14.15

One of the best things about being a beauty writer is the possibility of discovering the next great thing and being able to spread the word to my friends, family and the masses which is why I’m always excited when I’m asked to try a new product or line that I’ve never sampled before…and after trying Silk Therapeutics for a few weeks, I’m happy to report that it’s the latest line worth knowing about.

Silk Therapeutics is for anyone looking for clean, safe, effective, anti-aging products. In fact, each of the products are formulated to contain only what is necessary and effective, without any extra added ingredients. I spoke with Dr. Gregory H. Altman, PhD, CEO of Silk Therapeutics, Inc.

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IS YOUR LIPSTICK HABIT HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH?

Posted by 05.03.13

You lipstick could be delivering more than just a pretty pout. High-use pucker perfecters could be ingesting unwanted metals, according to a recent study. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley’s School of Public Health have identified concerning levels of potentially cancer-causing metals in lipstick and lip gloss.

While they are not naming names, the team tested 32 different lipsticks and lip glosses commonly found in drugstores and department stores. They found lead, cadmium, chromium, aluminum, and five other metals, some of which were found at levels that could raise potential health concerns. Their findings will be published online in the journal Environmental Healt

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