Breast cancer survivor and certified oncology aesthetician Lana Shnayder helps women going through treatment adjust their skin care and beauty routines. Click here to read.
The Peptide Eye Serum opens the eye zone for a refreshed, youthful appearance. It brightens the appearance of discolorations, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, stimulates circulation, and improves tissue strength while encouraging healthy cellular skin functions.
Peptide Eye Serum Benefits: Alleviates dark under eye circles, encourages proper moisture levels, plumps eye tissue, improves circulation, soothes and calms, tightens and firms and lessens the appearance of wrinkles. Recommended for concerns with dark circle and puffiness under the eye.
For dry skin. The Tri-Peptide Eye Cream opens the eye zone for a refreshed, youthful appearance. It softens skin and firms the eye area, stimulates circulation and improves tissue strength while encouraging healthy cellular skin functions.
Tri-Peptide Eye Cream Benefits: Lessens the appearance of wrinkles, Prevents water loss from the skin, Soothes and calms.
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With their ability to deliver essential nutrients and address very specific skin concerns, serums are rapidly growing in popularity. Usually a thin, liquid like substance, serums are designed to penetrate deeply into the skin to help provide essential nutrients.
Fact: Published clinical data indicate that electric tweezers cannot achieve permanent hair removal. The FDA and the American Medical Association recognize only electrolysis as a permanent method of removing hair. Some states prohibit those using or selling the electric tweezer from claiming it provides permanent hair removal.
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In most cases, electrolysis actually does not cause much discomfort. Modern electrolysis methods have reduced the discomfort to a mere tingling. A topical anesthetic cream may be used in some cases.
Keratosis Pilaris is a common skin condition that affects close to 40% of the adult population. This skin condition is characterized by rough patches of skin and small bumps on arms, thighs, chest, cheeks and buttocks that often resemble goose bumps. While this condition is hardly ever painful it can be very frustrating to treat.