Beauty Research: Crash Course in Concealers from jane iredale and dr. brandt

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Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today recommending corrective cosmetics from jane iredale and dr. brandt

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently addressed the challenges of camouflaging facial flaws such as redness, pimples, dark spots and scars and recommended corrective products from jane iredale and dr. brant, two beauty industry leaders. jane iredale offers a full line of cosmetics and is well known for its liquid minerals and other mineral makeup. dr. brandt is a well-respected skin care brand that infuses its formulas with antioxidants and other beneficial ingredients.

“There’s nothing more frustrating than flaws on our skin that stick out like a sore thumb, especially when they’re on our faces. That’s why it’s imperative to use professional cosmetics and foundations that are known to be specifically formulated and designed to help with this particular issue. The problem is that many concealing type cosmetics appear heavy and sometimes look fake, or just simply don’t do the trick. There are however two brands which are highly rated for indication-specific issues and offer products that address imperfections such as dark spots, scars, and other types of flaws and marks. dr. brandt and jane iredale are two such brands. Both brands offer products for camouflaging flaws brilliantly and both are extremely highly rated.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

See the full blog posting recommending jane iredale and dr. brandt at

Tackle your Toughest Flaws with jane iredale and dr. brandt

Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:

All Things Botox – History, Benefits and Safety

“When most of us think of Botox, we think of the injections for relaxing fine lines and wrinkles, particularly the lines on our foreheads and around our eyes. But that’s only one small way (of the many ways) the toxin is used therapeutically. Botox actually has many uses and was used long before the use for aesthetic purposes (what we know as Botox Cosmetic) that we typically think of today. But since we here at Beauty Research write about beauty and skin care it’s pretty much a given that when we speak of Botox we’re simply using the term in general for most muscle relaxing cosmetic uses, as opposed to the many other therapeutic medical uses it can treat.“ – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

Summer Beauty Care from NUXE and ANSR

“Summer is probably the best time of year in terms of fun. However, summertime can wreak havoc with our skin. Typically skin becomes dry and uncomfortable due to hot summer sun, chlorinated pools and by wearing sandals and less clothing. Those with dry skin can find the hot climate miserable if the humidity is low but may find some relief if they’re in an area of high humidity. Those with oily skin can also find summer uncomfortable due to excessive sebum and sweating (resultant debris) from the heat, increasing the number of times of their daily cleansings, but conversely their oily skin might also dry itself out somewhat in excessively dry heat which can be a positive for those who battle oily and problematic skin and blemishes. The key to keeping all these issues in check is by using the proper skin care products and tools.” – 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 jane iredale and dr. brandt article as well as a jane iredale and dr. brandt forum can be found at

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