Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant Review

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant is one of several products that I purchased from the cruelty free skincare company, Dermalogica. I have reviewed a Dermalogica product before (the Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster). The first product I’d like to tell you about is one that I have been using several times a week; it’s the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant. I first started testing this product over nine weeks ago, in the very cold winter that we had on the east coast.

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Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant was a huge success, so keep reading to find out why I think you should purchase it, too.

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It Cosmetics CC+ Your Way To Radiant Skin Collection

It Cosmetics CC+ Your Way To Radiant Skin Collection

After I wrote a review for the It Cosmetics Hello Lashes Extensions, there was a flurry of comments, and then, the attention turned to buying more products, and the next big excitement, the It Cosmetics CC+ Your Way To Radiant Skin Collection! In fact, one of my longtime suppporters, Rosa tweeted to ask, “Any idea what the TSV this week is on qvc from @ ??? I’m dying!”

Not to worry, I already responded, but here is an indepth look at the It Cosmetics CC+ Your Way To Radiant Skin Collection! This is the newest collection from It Cosmetics, and it’s a five piece collection that will have the new It Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream Illumination.

It Cosmetics CC+ Your Way To Radiant Skin Collection

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Nuance Exfoliating Facial Gel Review from Salma Hayek

Nuance Exfoliating Facial Gel is cruelty free product with which I think you’ll be able to see a difference in your skin after you use it just a few times. This is not just some celebrity product that has a name slapped on it. This was inspired by Salma Hayek’s grandmother!

You only have to squeeze out a little bit of the Nuance Exfoliating Facial Gel and massage it onto your wet face in circular motions. Leave on for up to 5-6 minutes and then rinse with water or remove with a moist towel. I rinsed with warm water. Love the feel and smell of the product.
You do not need the amount of product I have photographed below to get a great exfoliation!
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All Butter’d Up by Kosia Naturals: Review & Photos

 All Butter’d Up

All Butter’d Up is a great name for this cruelty free, 100% organic certified shea butter. This is incredibly thick and super nourishing for dry skin; and All Butter’d Up does feel very buttery!

 all butter'd up

The All Butter’d Up shea butter is blended with Moringa Oil, Argan Oil and Avocado Butter, which makes it so moisturizing. The pure Moringa Oil contains antioxidants and is considered to be , “one of the greatest cosmetic oils ever discovered”.  The Moringa Oil has a high concentration of antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

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Latest Beauty Fads to Waste Your Money

Latest Beauty Fads to Waste Your Money

Latest Beauty Fads to Waste Your Money? Read the post by Dana Ramos, author The Skin Regime; Boot Camp for Beautiful and find out!

 Lastest Beauty Fads to Waste Your Money

There is a salon in New York City that will charge you $180 for the pleasure of having a “Bird Poop” facial.  I’m quite serious.   There is no proof that it does anything good for your skin (in fact–it sound quite unhealthy, even though the poop is “sanitized”).

latest beauty fads

The sad truth is that since the dawn of vanity, people–mostly women–have sought increasingly expensive or ridiculous choices in the quest for either better-looking skin, or something that will slow or reverse aging skin.  And rather than reach for medically-proven ingredients and products (like those outlined in my book, The Skin Regime; Boot Camp for Beautiful Skin), people are seduced by marketing promises and luscious-looking jars and bottles, filled with whatever is touted as the “latest” or “newest” fad ingredient; even though that ingredient may be completely useless at worst, or minimally effective at best.

We’ve been through jars containing muds and chocolate; berries, fruits and oils; real or imagined new “chemicals;” hormones and strange “extracts;” collagen; “mysterious” discoveries from far-away lands; and on and on– none of which have been shown to make great improvements in your skin.

Here are a few of the latest  beauty fads that have not been proven to be effective, but companies are trying to get you to buy:

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