Monday, September 30, 2013

Must Have Skin Care Products While Travelling

- Face wash: When excess oil settles on your skin for long, it causes acne. It is advised to wash face every six to eight hours to avoid such skin problems. - Sanitizer: Our hands come in contact with many surfaces that attract bacteria and infections. An anti-bacterial sanitizer will keep hands clean and bacteria-free. - Toner or astringent: Regularly use a toner or astringent to remove impurities from skin.

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August 12, 2013 NACDS is hosting the inaugural Total Store Expo conference in Las Vegas from August 10 to 13. Below are some of our editors' picks of the hot beauty products at the show. August 8, 2013 The anti-aging category has become quite saturated not to mention confusing for many shoppers but it is expected to enjoy growth going forward as the economy continues to improve and aging consumers continue to seek magic in a bottle. August 8, 2013 The do-it-yourself beauty trend continues to blossom as the at-home beauty devices market enjoyed robust double-digit growth globally during 2012, according research by Kline & Co. August 5, 2013 Dana Classic Fragrances, whose signature brands include Tabu, Chantilly, Loves Baby Soft and English Leather, announced on Monday that former Avon executive Terrence Moorehead has been named CEO. August 5, 2013 Softlips lip balm announced the company will offer an innovative twist on lip hydration with the brand's latest portfolio addition. July 31, 2013 Boldface Group, a celebrity beauty licensing company, has secured a contract with Australian distributor Cosmetics Cubed to launch the Kardashian Beauty brand into Mecca Maxima ad KIT stores in Australia and New Zealand.

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But yogurt and blueberries, flaxseed and salmon? Nutrition plays a key role in skin health, says Meagen McCusker, associate professor of dermatology at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Its really true that you are what you eat, says McCusker, adding that the condition of your skin often tells a story about your overall health and well-being. No wonder, then, that sugar a culprit in many health problems including diabetes and obesity is also involved when it comes to skin health. Foods that keep your blood sugar low are also good for the skin, McCusker says.

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