It is a well known fact that different people get different results with the same skin care products. Many variations play a role in the results such as body chemistry, but more often than not it’s because everyone applies skin care products differently. If you don’t get the results you expect, it doesn’t always mean you are applying the product incorrectly.
We admit it. This question leaves all skin professionals speechless.
I was out and about one day and decided to go and look for other products in the mineral make-up market. I walked into a shop and started to look just for mineral make-up and I really had to look hard to find where and what make up was mineral.
Frustrated by what you see in the mirror as you prepare for your day every morning? Don't worry, you're far from alone.
When your teeth need cleaning, you go to a dentist. When your carpets are dirty, you have them cleaned.
There are many deciding factors as to how much salons charge for their services and give you an insight in to salon operating costs. Hopefully this article will shed a little light on the business you are supporting.
Beauty legend has it that it all started in San Francisco in the 1970s amidst all the ‘peace, love and no war” banners. Mineral makeup is made of finely ground minerals such as titanium, zinc, mica, gold and magnesium, without any of the chemicals, dyes, and preservatives found in traditional makeup.
Let me shed some light on the differences, and benefits, of common skincare ingredients. Alpha-hydroxy acids (glycolic, lactic, tartaric, citric acids) are found in many creams and lotions.
Firstly what is an SPF? SPF stands for: Sun Protection Factor SPF can be found in sun creams, facial and body products and make up.
The term “customer service” evokes different images in people’s minds. Most of us can recall many experiences of poor customer service as it can make you feel frustrated and vow never to do business with that company again.