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SUMMER LEGS SOS

Posted by 05.22.13

Summer—the season of skin—is fast approaching which means it’s time to invest in some forward beauty planning. If you troubleshoot your leg-worries and you’re more likely to enjoy floaty summer skirts and poolside bikini lounging without fear or dread. Our Summer Legs SOS guide has everything you need to know to get ready to bare with absolute confidence.

How to vanish spider veins

The problem: Light and small purple, blue or reddish color veins in a linear or spider’s web pattern on the skin’s surface. They are formed when excess blood builds up in the blood stream.

What’s the solution? “A common underlying cause could be hidden varicose veins so the first course

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LONDON BEAUTY – SMOOTHLY DOES IT

Posted by 08.10.11

We may be part of Europe but you’ll never catch us Brits on the beach au natural in the body hair department. It’s no myth that our friends on the Continent are happy to sport unsightly tufts of hair in all the wrong places. Yes, some think it’s sexy, but the BEAUTYINTHEBAG team certainly doesn’t.

Want to get perfectly groomed before hitting the beach? Here are all the best hair removal gadgets, treatments and tips available to ensure you get noticed for all the right reasons this summertime. DE-FUZZ – it doesn’t matter how you do it but do it! Don’t spoil your glam-factor with an unsightly bikini line, underarms or prickly legs. There are some fantastic options available

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ROSACEA AWARENESS MONTH – PART II

Posted by 04.30.10

Red-faced? Frequent flushing and blushing? Acne-like pimples around your nose and cheeks? You could be suffering from rosacea. As Rosacea Awareness Month comes to a close, we present part II in our rosacea series: treatments that will help you fight the flushing and blushing year round.

Redness is actually a sign of aging and skin thinning – tiny red veins peek through the skin that creates blushing. The hallmark of rosacea, also called “the curse of the Celts,” is facial flushing in response to sun exposure, red wine, spices, smoking, and steam heat. The exact origin is often related to the blood vessels; most people have some broken capillaries and redness around the nose, c

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