Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
In 1996, the skin care company philosophy introduced their products at Barney's department stores. Today, the brand's sales figures top $200 million annually with much of the brand's business coming from sales of their popular holiday gift sets. The latest article by BeautyResearch.com, Holiday Buying Guide 2013 - philosophy, discusses the holiday gift sets offered by philosophy for the 2013 holiday season to help shoppers find the best ones for the people on their gift lists.
Part of the appeal of philosophy's holiday gift sets is that the company offers them in a wide range of prices. Which philosophy holiday products are ideal for stocking stuffers? Why are they appealing for giving as gifts? How can people give a multi-piece gift set without spending too much? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click
Many people find that tween and teen girls are the most difficult people to shop for during the holiday season. Are there any philosophy gift sets that are suitable for young and older teens? If so, which ones are the best for girls in this age group? What products do they contain? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click
philosophy is known for their facial skin care products, many of which are award-winning formulas. For the holidays, philosophy packages many of these products into special gift sets. Which philosophy holiday gift sets contain products for the complexion? What products are featured in these sets? How do they benefit the complexion and what types of ingredients do they contain? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click
While skin care gifts for the complexion can be excellent gifts, some people are hesitant to purchase products for the face for gift giving because they are unsure what products the women on their holiday shopping lists use. Are there philosophy gift sets that contain products for the body and not the face? If so, which ones are they? What products do they feature? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click
"Susan Lucci - Classic Soap Star Beauty Today"
In 1970, Susan Lucci debuted on the soap opera "All My Children," portraying Erica Kane, a character that is considered by many to be one of the most famous soap opera villains of all time. Lucci remained in the cast of "All My Children" until the show's finale in 2011, appearing in more than 950 episodes. Although Lucci will turn 67 in December, she is still considered a beauty icon and has managed to remain youthful throughout the years. Learn about the skin care secrets that Lucci has used to keep her complexion in good health without the need for plastic surgery. Find out about her personal beauty philosophy that has helped her continue to project a youthful image. Discover how Lucci stays in shape and maintains her petite, slender figure.
"Supplements for the Holiday Season"
The holiday season is a joyous time of year, but it can also be extremely busy and stressful for many women. During the weeks leading up to the season and throughout the festivities, women may find themselves confronted by various health and beauty concerns, many of which can be addressed through the use of dietary supplements. Explore the options available for women who want to ensure that they receive all of the essential nutrients despite eating at holiday parties and dinners. Find out how women can use supplements to promote more youthful or more hydrated skin during the holiday season. Learn what types of supplements can support the immune system and decrease the chances of falling ill during the holidays.
"Top 5 Steps for Promoting a Positive Body Image"
Body image continues to be a hot button issue in the media today. On one hand, more and more women's magazines, websites and health care experts report that too many women suffer from low self-esteem and eating disorders due to having negative body images. At the same time, celebrities who gain weight are strictly criticized and models on the catwalks continue to shrink in size. For many women, being comfortable with their own body seems virtually impossible within today's (media) world, but in actuality any woman truly can learn to love her body. Learn the secrets to feeling comfortable in one's own skin. Explore how negative internal messages detract from a positive body image. Discover ways to quiet and eventually silence these messages.
About Beauty Research
Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, women's health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com