Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently discussed the benefits of combining light therapy and botanical-based skin care products, recommending devices from Tanda and topical solutions from ARCONA. Tanda offers various hand-held tools which use LED light therapy to combat common skin concerns such as blemishes and wrinkles. The technology was once only available in professional settings but is now approved for home use. ARCONA is a natural beauty brand which formulates its products with soothing botanicals which improve the health of the skin.
“When it comes to achieving ageless beauty, nothing works better than combining natural botanicals and rich nutrients with the newest technology and convenience of at-home light therapy. And two brands that can help you to actualize this skin anti-aging goal are from the mega multi-tasking dynamite duo known as ARCONA and Tanda! Both brands are dedicated to formulating highly efficacious skin care products that are both professional in strength and considered extremely results-oriented. And the exciting news is you no longer have to go to your cosmetic dermatologist’s office to purchase them, because both of these brands can be found online!” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
See the full blog posting recommending Tanda and ARCONA at BeautyResearch.com.
Natural Botanicals and Light Therapy Featuring ARCONA and Tanda
Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:
Meditation – Address Insomnia Naturally
“Think you need a pill to battle insomnia? The answer is an emphatic “no!” Many of us who suffer from this frustrating and sometimes debilitating condition have found that by simply taking some time out of our day to focus and promote relaxation (by meditating) can do the trick. Meditation (and the many practices there-of) offers a variety of benefits; but for me, the best one is relaxation and sleep induction. And considering this particular treatment for insomnia has been around for thousands of years, I feel validated in my conclusion that it does indeed work..“ – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Silicone Breast Implants – Are they Used Today?
“Research for this article has been quite interesting and very informing. Of course I collected the sources and research to enable and assemble an informative piece for all of you (our valued BR readers)…but ended up getting quite an education for myself…and quite frankly, I’m now even more baffled! In the early 90’s I underwent breast augmentation and was told I had to get saline implants because silicone had been banned and deemed to be dangerous to health. I had no problem with that because I cared more about what I looked like in clothes than in the buff. There was a rumor (or more likely fact) that silicone implants looked much more natural than those of saline.” – 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 Tanda and ARCONA article as well as a Tanda and ARCONA forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.