How to Control Shine During the Summer Months

Normal-to-Oily Skin, Oily Skin, Skin Care Tools
How to Control Shine

With summer in full swing I wanted to share one of best beauty inventions EVER with our readers…blotting linens! While they aren’t new, I’m always surprised by how many women still haven’t tried them, even some celebrities who definitely need them.  In fact, photographs accentuate shine, so if you’re getting married this summer, be sure Read more »

NEOVA Reveal Exfoliator Review

Age Spots, Aging, Anti-aging, Exfoliators, Hyperpigmentation (Age Spots), Normal-to-Dry Skin, Normal-to-Oily Skin, Oily Skin, Sagging Skin, Wrinkles
NEOVA Reveal Exfoliator

Beauty companies are always coming out with something new, so it takes a lot to excite me nowadays. (I guess you could call me jaded, beauty product fans). But NEOVA Reveal Exfoliator ($42.00, is a real win. According to the company, NEOVA Reveal Exfoliator is “a new, high-performance glycolic exfoliator that rids dead surface cells from skin’s surface to Read more »

Which Josie Maran Argan Oil Formulation is the Best?

Argan Oil, Beauty, Dry Skin, Normal Skin, Normal-to-Dry Skin, Normal-to-Oily Skin, Oils, Oily Skin, Skin Care Advice, Skin Care Product Reviews
Josie Maran Argan Oils

One of my favorite derms, Leslie Baumann, M.D., once put it best: “Unlike other exotic resources such as caviar and marine algae, argan oil offers the best of both worlds…It’s an anti-ager and it’s eco-friendly.”  Dubbed “the gold of Morocco,” argan oil contains essential fatty acids (linoleic and oleic acids) and antioxidant polyphenols. An Antioxidant That Is as Good Read more »

A Must-Have for Oily and Acne-Prone Skin: GlamGlow Super Mud Clearing Treatment Review

Acne, Expert Advice, Masks, Oily Skin, Skin Care, Skin Care Advice, Skin Care Product Reviews
GlamGlow Super Mud Clearing Treatment

Typically, I am not a fan of products that feature lots of newfangled trademarked compounds. For instance, while I love many old Peter Thomas Roth products, some of the newer ones claim to contain 10% of exotic-sounding compounds like “10% Phytomoist Qusome™” that is probably just 10% hydrating phospholipids and sphingolipids. That sort of thing. Read more »