Skin Aging – War Waging with SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica

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Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, published an article today recommending anti-aging products from beauty brands SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica

Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently discussed the very common issue of skin aging and recommended anti-aging products from SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica. Many women complain of symptoms associated with skin aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, loss of firmness and discoloration. SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica are both well respected beauty brands offering solutions which protect the skin against damage while addressing the effects of past damage. Both brands offer an array of products for various concerns.

“When it comes to getting professional skin care results it only makes sense to either patronize a day spa or ask a professional…right? And typically that is the case…but what if you simply took care of your skin with the professional products they use and recommend? I am so excited today to be writing about two extremely professional skin care brands that I’ve used both professionally and personally. For professional results at home (whether it’s for ageless beauty, complexion perfection or problematic skin) you can transform your skin beautifully and effectively with SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica! Just read the many SkinCeutical reviews and SkinMedica reviews and you’ll find that most everyone wholeheartedly agrees.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

See the full article recommending SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica at BeautyResearch.com.

Aging Skin? Strengthen your Defenses with SkinCeuticals and SkinMedica

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/26/aging-skin-strengthen-your-defenses-with-skinceuticals-and-skinmedica.aspx

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

Consignment Store Fashion and Beauty Accessories

“A recent visit to my sister’s house in Arizona pretty much changed my world in terms of shopping. I noticed she had great new clothes, tons of cool accessories, some new (or so I thought) furniture, gorgeous rugs and even beautiful art work. I knew some new positive things had been happening for her, but having been there only a few months prior I still couldn’t see how she could have gotten her hands on so many new and exciting treasures of fashion and beauty because all of it should have cost a fortune. So what does one do when they’re curious about their sister’s crazy expanding wardrobe and home goods? They ask! And ask I did.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/25/consignment-store-fashion-and-beauty-accessories.aspx

Tackle your Toughest Flaws with jane iredale and Too Faced

“One of the best reasons for using and applying makeup isn’t so much to add color, or brighten up, or smooth out the skin…although those are certainly some very legitimate ones! But one of the best reasons for good makeup and cosmetic application is to correct flaws and conceal and contour, providing for a more perfect look and appeal. There are two brands that can correct, conceal, cover, minimize and disguise flaws better than any other that I’m aware of. jane iredale and Too Faced are my “go-to” beauty brands for tackling my toughest flaws and enhancing what features and assets I already have. And after reading many jane iredale reviews as well as Too Faced reviews I think you’ll find that many others are quite impressed with how good they are for this as well.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2013/02/22/tackle-your-toughest-flaws-with-jane-iredale-and-too-faced.aspx

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

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