Let’s make 2015 the year that you nail all of your beauty resolutions. BeautyintheBag has simplified the process with our best problem solvers for resolutions you can meet and exceed without even breaking a sweat.
TURN OVER YOUR CELLS
C’mon ladies, it’s time to ditch the skin care that isn’t working for you, and make room for the products that enhance, beautify and that you just love to use. We all have tons of half used jars of this and tube of that, petrified creams that need to be tossed, and vitamin C’s that turned brown ages ago. Purge your skin care collection and recharge your regimen. Think of the age-old closet-cleaning rule: if you haven’t used it in six months or longer, you
What should top your to-do list when it comes to reversing the visible signs of skin aging? Dermatologist Zein Obagi says, it’s to get skin ready. To make it easy for you, his skin care range, ZO® Skin Health, Inc., recently introduced two new GSR™ Systems (an acronym for Get Skin Ready), home care kits designed for normal to dry and normal to oily skin types.
These convenient new systems from ZO Skin Health, Inc. are essential regimens developed to normalize skin function during treatments and help to maintain healthy skin. Each is delivered in an easy-to-use 3-step system for day and night time use. Just add an SPF and you’re good to go.
ZO® Medical GSR™ System-Normal to Dry: D
Pregnant women need to know that anything they put in or on their bodies can affect their baby’s well-being. This goes for food, supplements, alcohol, cigarette smoke, and caffeine, as well as the lotions and creams they rub onto their skin. Basically everything a pregnant or nursing woman comes in contact with is of concern.
Some topical ingredients will get absorbed into the bloodstream, and dermatologists as well as OB/GYNs alike may warn you about certain prescription medications and potent ingredients to avoid. According to Beverly Hills Dermatologist Zein Obagi, MD, pregnant women should avoid applying any form of retinoids, including Avage, Differin, Renova, tretinoin, retinols, re
Before calling New York City home, board-certified dermatologist Jennifer MacGregor worked at one of Washington, DC’s most prestigious dermatology groups and directed the Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology Center for Georgetown University. She joined New York’s thriving downtown Union Square Laser Dermatology Group in the summer of 2012, a practice that prides itself on having the latest lasers and treatment technologies—the office boasts over 25 lasers and energy devices in their treatment rooms. MacGregor and her colleagues are always the first to test and evaluate the latest equipment, sometimes helping assist with their development or working in clinical trials that lead to FDA appro