The new buzz words in beauty seem to be “DNA repair enzymes.” I’m not one to get caught up in science because when it comes to beauty products all the science is mostly just marketing jargon.
NYC-based dermatologist and founder of Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, Dr. Dennis Gross, knows a thing or two about sun care. A few weeks ago I spotted two little freckles on my nose; I figured it probably wasn’t a great sign, but they look so cute! Sadly Dr. Gross has burst my freckle bubble.
That’s right! Organic Essence’s products all meet organic food standards so if you get the munchies you could literally eat all their products, but you know…I hope it doesn’t come to that for any of us!
Don’t freak out about the blue tint when applying Sunday Riley’s latest skin-perfecting oil. A few seconds of imitating the characters in Avatar is well worth the results! I’ve been using Luna for months, and it’s quickly become a Snob favorite.
The Seaweed Bath Co., a brand started by a psoriasis sufferer, just expanded massively. I wrote about them over four years ago when they were just getting started. You can now find the homegrown company at places like Whole Foods, and they have a bunch of new products.
It’s one thing to spend a lot of money on skin care, but it’s another altogether to know how to best use these treatments in conjunction.