10 More Frequently Asked Questions About FutureDerm Time-Release Retinol 0.5

Retinol, Retinol Serums, Skin Care

I’m really happy to report FutureDerm Time-Release Retinol 0.5 has been selling like hotcakes!  Our early feedback has been great as well, with the following comments coming in over the course of the past week (I only know one of these people for the record haha): “Wow!  I really did wake up with smoother skin, Read more »

Product Review: Burt’s Bees Facial Cleansing Towelettes with White Tea Extract

Skin Care, Skin Care Advice, Skin Care Product Reviews

Sometimes I need a pick-me-up, just something to make me feel fresh in the middle of the day when my skin starts to feel a little oily. Other times, I want the easiest possible way to take my make-up off after a night out before I start rubbing my cleanser in. So when Burt’s Bees Read more »

Product Review: Davi Skincare Le Grand Cru

Skin Care, Skin Care Advice, Skin Care Product Reviews

I’m all about the science, but sometimes, a luxury product comes along where I am temporarily dazzled, all “ooo’s” and “ahh’s”.  And then, after a moment, I get ahold of myself, and remember that this is all about the science. Still, Davi Skincare Le Grand Cru ($175.00, Davi.myshopify.com) has a sensational backstory.  Davi was founded Read more »

At What Age Should I Use Anti-Aging Products?

Anti-aging, Expert Advice, Q&A, Skin Care, Skin Care Advice, Wrinkles

Hi there, Can you tell me: When is the right time to start using anti-wrinkle products? I’m 23-years-old and I do have laugh lines and a fine line from the corner of the eyes to the cheeks. I was thinking of using Neutrogena Health Skin Anti-Wrinkle Cream, SPF 15 ($9.45, amazon.com). Will this help? Thanks! Read more »

Common Causes of Nail Discoloration

Skin Care

  For those of us who love to know the medical terminology, nail discoloration is termed “chromonychia.” “Chrom” is Greek for “color,” and “onukh” is Greek for “nail.” Alternatively, it can be termed “Nail dyschormia” — “dys-” is Greek for “bad.” Many things can cause nail discoloration, from genetic to infectious to traumatic. A change Read more »