New Method to Rejuvenate Faded Make-up Announced by Water and Eye Researcher

Cosmetics Lose Color Due to Dehydrated Skin, Reports Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, Sharon Kleyne.

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Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) November 01, 2013

Many women - and some men - use cosmetics to give their complexion extra color, flair, style, impact and/or a more youthful appearance. These individuals frequently discover that cosmetic colors have a tendency to fade, causing their make-up to look lifeless, colorless and powdery. Water and eye researcher Sharon Kleyne has been investigating this for many years and recently announced a fairly easy solution that does not involve reapplying the makeup.

Sharon Kleyne is Founder of Bio Logic Aqua Research, a fresh water and health research, education and product development center. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist®, the company’s global signature product, provides a pure fresh supplemental water vapor to instantly rejuvenate faded eye and face make-up. Kleyne also hosts the globally syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water® radio show on VoiceAmerica and Apple iTunes.

Most cosmetics experts realize that cosmetics are drying to the skin, especially when left on too long. When skin loses moisture, it also loses color because the microscopic blood capillaries near the skin’s surface become constricted when the skin dries out. When skin loses color, cosmetics also appear to lose color. Washing off and replacing the faded make-up restores faded colors not because of the new makeup but because of the washing.    

Sharon Kleyne has discovered that to quickly rejuvenate faded cosmetic colors, one must restore lost water to the dry skin, thereby plumping up the constricted capillaries. She has also discovered that this may be accomplished fairly easily without replacing the old make-up.

Adding beneficial fresh water to dry and dehydrated skin through the outer surface can be challenging, according to Kleyne, because skin has a slightly acidic pH (5.5 to 6.5) whereas most tap water has an alkaline pH (7.5 to 9). Also, Kleyne cautions, most commercial “moisturizer” lotions are intended to seal in existing moisture and they add little or no beneficial fresh water. When skin is dry, it will remain dry even when a “moisturizer” lotion is applied. If skin is moist, the lotion will help it to remain moist.

The best way to keep skin moisturized, says Kleyne, is to drink plenty of fresh water and avoid drinking dehydrating substances such as coffee, tea and soda pop.

Kleyne offers several recommendations for keeping skin moist and colorful so cosmetics look their best: Immediately before applying the cosmetics, Kleyne suggests applying an all-natural, pH-correct, fresh water vapor/mist to the skin. Fresh water that is pH correct for skin would be slightly acidic, between 5.5 to 6.5. Follow the mist a moisture-sealing lotion. Sealing in the water enables skin and cosmetics, to retain their color much longer. If cosmetic colors do begin to fade, they can be instantly revitalized with a quick spray of the same pure fresh water moisturizing mist.

Sharon Kleyne’s company, Bio-Logic Aqua Research, produces two pH correct, 100% fresh water hand-held humidifying consumer devices. Both are beneficial to eyes, eyelids and facial skin. The products are Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® and Nature’s Mist® Face of the Water®.


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