Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently discussed the problems of acne prone skin and suggested ways to deal with managing issues with skin care brands La Roche Posay and Bliss. The French brand La Roche Posay specializes in sensitive skin and offers a full regimen for blemish prone skin types. After much success with their Bliss spa facilities in New York City, the company began to offer at-home products and devices, including the Bliss Pore-Fector Gadget which clears clogged pores with a sonic electric device.
“Acne is a frustrating and sometimes even debilitating condition that needs to be treated with results-oriented and professional brands of skin care. That is why we here at Beauty Research most often choose La Roche Posay and Bliss. La Roche Posay Skin Care offers a number of specialty lines within the superior brand which target a number of skin indications, including acne. La Roche Posay Effaclar is an all-inclusive acne-fighting system of products which treat acneic and problematic skin effectively with a gentle, non-irritating approach.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
See the full blog posting discussing La Roche Posay and Bliss at BeautyResearch.com.
Defy Acne and Blemishes with La Roche Posay and Bliss
Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:
Make Me Blush
“I’ve stated many times I could easily live without foundation, eye shadow, eye liner, concealer and many other cosmetics…However, I will never be without three of my critical makeup staples. Lipstick, mascara and blush are my absolute must-have makeup items. I mean don’t get me wrong; I don’t want to or ever intend on living without them, but I could if I were ever forced to do so. But if I had to choose only three cosmetics, they would certainly be lipstick, mascara and blush…and in that order respectively! “ – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Beauty Sleep: Perfect Time for Skin Repair
“Most anyone will agree that they look better after a good night’s sleep. However, what they might not know is just how true that whole ‘I look better with sleep/look terrible with no sleep’ hyperbole really is. Sleep indeed rejuvenates, revitalizes and repairs by itself alone; however it’s also the perfect time to potentiate the efficacy of beauty products. Everything works better at the cellular level when in a sleep induced state, including absorbability, deliverability, efficacy, execution, maintenance and recovery.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The La Roche Posay and Bliss article as well as a La Roche Posay and Bliss Forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.