Beauty Research: Male Grooming Galore with L’Occitane and Alterna

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Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today recommending shaving and hair care products for men from the brands L'Occitane and Alterna

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently recommended personal care products just for men. Although the blog specializes in topics for women, today’s article was just for men. L’Occitane is a French brand that offers a full range of skin and hair care products, including shaving formulations for men. Alterna is a hair care brand that formulates its products with natural ingredients and avoids harmful chemicals. The Alterna BAMBOO Men line was recently added to the already vast collection.

“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 L’Occitane and Alterna at BeautyResearch.com.

Premium Men’s Shave and Hair Care from L’Occitane and Alterna

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/08/14/premium-men-s-shave-and-hair-care-from-l-occitane-and-alterna.aspx

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

Taking the Guesswork out of Buying Jeans

“Some of us love shopping, some of us don’t. Some of us like trying on clothes while others dread the time it takes to step foot in the dressing room. Some of us enjoy window shopping, while others won’t even half-way consider going to the mall without money to shop with. And of course, there are those of us who simply go to the mall looking for just about anything and open to finding anything from a completed outfit to perhaps only a purse or necklace and be absolutely thrilled, while others will only go if they are absolutely sure of what they need in terms of a specific purpose, need or item. But most any of those scenarios can be thrown off kilter when shopping for jeans!“ – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/08/13/taking-the-guesswork-out-of-buying-jeans.aspx

Tackle your Toughest Flaws with jane iredale and dr. brandt

“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

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/08/10/tackle-your-toughest-flaws-with-jane-iredale-and-dr-brandt.aspx

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The L’Occitane and Alterna article as well as a L’Occitane and Alterna forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.

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