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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 25, 2008

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Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) November 10, 2008

Want to know more about makeup application, skincare secrets and which products actually work? Wouldn’t it be great to get all of that from a skincare specialist or beauty buff? Thanks to the ever-expanding blogging world, it’s easy!’s latest article, “10 Beauty Blogs You Might Not Know About (Yet)” brings together their list of top 10 blogs in the beauty world.

1. Beauty Research (

Targeted for adults of all ages who want to know the best way to care for their skin. The diverse selection of topics includes acne, wrinkles and under-eye circles. Co-written by Karen, an aesthetician and dermatology nurse, and her friend Gina, a self-proclaimed skincare junkie, these gurus have tried every product on the market. Smart, sassy and informative, this blog gives readers the practical scoop on skincare and related topics from two points of view with years of experience. The advice is well-written, easy to understand and does a nice job of explaining not only which products to choose for a particular skin concern, but also why these products will work. The tone is entertaining without being preachy.

2. Beauty Beat (

Best-suited for teens and young adults, this blog contains a wealth of information on acne, skin types, hair and makeup, natural beauty and how to create a personalized daily routine. This blog is written by a beauty buff who combines her own trials and tribulations with skincare research and help from experts to give readers a complete, smart perspective for every topic, and runs the gamut from how to combat skincare conditions to how to shape the brows. While many of the topics are best suited for teens, there’s also plenty of information to help any reader, including: dispelling common skincare myths, shopping on a budget and choosing the right active ingredient to target adult acne. Got a skincare question? Beauty Beat will answer every question directly, so readers shouldn’t be shy about chiming in!

3. The Skin Guru (

Dr. Leslie Baumann is the chief of the Division of Cosmetic Dermatology and a professor at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Her best-selling book, The Skin Type Solution, has been hailed as an invaluable resource for any woman wanting to understand how to take care of her skin. In addition to her vast skincare knowledge, Dr. Baumann offers insight on the latest advances in cosmetic treatments and procedures. Both a scientist and writer, Dr. Baumann is able to clarify complex skin conditions so readers can easily comprehend the information and appreciate her insight. A deep understanding of the skin and all its quirks gives Dr. Baumann an edge on skincare. She also understands that not every woman has a budget that can accommodate top-of-the-line beauty products. As such, she offers suggestions for every price range. Her blog is organized like a textbook, making it a go-to source for all skincare needs.

4. Makeup and Beauty Blog (

Karen, “your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,” is a freelance writer and product junkie. Readers will find polls, contests and reviews useful for every woman who’s looking for the next “it” product. Not only does Karen offer honest opinions of her endless makeup trials, but she also describes such details as a product’s color, texture and scent, making readers feel like they’re actually testing the product. Karen’s large color photos with various beauty experiments — from clumpy lashes after a bad mascara trial to a set of sheer shadows smeared onto her hand — are very useful in helping readers choose their beauty products wisely.

5. Future Derm (

With a variety of skincare topics and relevant research, this blog is a must-read for every woman. It’s written by future dermatologist and current medical student Nicki Zevola, who’s studying at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Nicki combines rigorous research from peer-reviewed journals with her personal perspective. She shares her experiences using an array of products and provides expert skincare information. She neither harps on dermatology jargon nor dumbs down her entries. Here, readers will find the perfect mix of data, opinion and personality. Reading her blog is like chatting with a friend and skincare specialist in one.

6. Aging Fabulous (

With the slogan, “This is when the fun starts,” writer Teri Cosenzi doesn’t let frustrations like wrinkles and age spots get her down. Instead, she tries every product on the planet that aims to pamper and protect aging skin — and gives us the details on her experiences. In addition, there are a variety of posts on everything from best beauty buys and celebrity secrets to dermal fillers and diet and fitness help. Teri’s honesty and humor about the aging process make her easy to relate to as she shares her journey to beautiful, healthy skin.

7. A Mom in Red Heels (

Though this blog is geared toward moms, many women will find the advice inspirational and useful. Tammy, a mom of two, loves her red high heels and wants to empower moms to feel and look great. Expect a great mix of product reviews, profiles of real moms, fashion and makeup tips, celeb beauty and green goodies. Her posts are mainly snippets but, though brief, they’re informative. It’s a place where moms can be themselves and don’t have to feel bad about caring about cosmetics, focusing on fashion and ultimately wanting to look and feel good.

8. Viva Woman (

This blog has a natural and organic twist, but readers will enjoy an array of topics from anti-aging to skincare advice and even forays into fashion. It’s written by Sesame, a self-proclaimed skincare addict based in Singapore, who’s become increasingly interested in the natural and organic approach to beauty. Viva Woman is packed with personal experiences, product reviews and beauty advice. In addition to exploring natural approaches to beauty and skincare, this blog covers the 411 on basics like tips on optimizing a moisturizer and applying foundation. Sesame also clears up important, but often misconstrued topics, including whether mineral makeup has harmful effects, what kinds of ingredients actually clog pores and how to create effective beauty concoctions.

9. A Girl’s Gotta Spa! (

Anyone who loves spa treatments and wants to learn about a variety of salon and spa retreats and getaways around the world will love this blog. But, it isn’t all about spas. Readers will also find tons of product reviews, the latest hair trends and how-tos and great giveaways. Shannon, a career woman, who specializes in blogging and social media, and mom of four boys. Well-written and engaging, this blog is true to its goal: readers will easily relate to the product reviews and Shannon. Reading her blog is like talking to a smart, skin savvy friend. She takes us through the latest trends and gives a straightforward scoop on products. In addition to being informative, the blog is simply fun: Sometimes, Shannon has her kids join the reviewing process.

10. Smarter Beauty Blog (

This is written by several bloggers who try various products and have lived to tell us all about it! Case in point: One blogger samples natural deodorant, sharing how it fared during a shopping session, running on the treadmill and wearing a shirt of synthetic material. The writing is witty, amusing and fun, making it easy to read several posts in one sitting, while laughing out loud. Along with the hilarity, the bloggers at Smarter Beauty Blog provide information on common skincare and beauty concerns by sharing personal experiences and citing experts. covers all skincare and beauty topics from head to toe. Check out these latest articles:

Makeup for Combination Skin: A Beautiful Duo

Choosing makeup can sometimes seem like an exercise in futility; so many formulas and so many colors. For someone with combination skin, this process can be all the more difficult when dry cheeks and an oily T-zone make choosing the proper products essential. For all skin types, flawless makeup application starts with basic skincare, and combination skin is no exception. It’s essential to balance the oily and dry areas before applying makeup, to avoid uneven coverage. Find out how to both care for combination skin and properly apply makeup.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is commonly be found in 100% aloe vera gels and lotions, or incorporated into skincare preparations, such as cleanser, toner or moisturizer. For many people, a large bottle of green aloe vera gel can be found lurking in the cupboard, awaiting summertime and sunburns. You can also find aloe vera in a variety of over-the-counter products ranging from body wash and lotion to facial tonics and shampoo. With its concentration of soothing and hydrating properties, aloe vera is a natural addition to beauty products. Find out exactly why it should become a skincare staple in anybody’s home.

Treating Sun Spots with Lightening Products

Sun spots are very common in adults over 40, but they can appear on younger skin, too. Not surprisingly, they typically result from long-term sun exposure. To defend itself against sun exposure, the skin reacts by generating more melanocytes, which produce melanin. When too much melanin is produced, sun spots emerge — commonly appearing on the face, chest, back, shoulders and hands. Thankfully, products with hydroquinone and other ingredients can help to treat your sun spots. Hydroquinone is the most effective, well-researched skin lightening ingredient on the market. It works by inhibiting the enzyme, tyrosinase, which synthesizes melanin.

About — “Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care” is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty related issues. is located in Sacramento, California, but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit


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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2009

At Sonya Dakar Skin Care, our favorite fashion statement for spring is natural, healthy skin. To help you achieve this look, we have reformulated our facial masks with natural preservatives.

Made from the purest botanicals, Sonya Dakar Skin Care facial masks are now sulfate and paraben free. Formulated to address acne, scarring, discoloration, sensitivity and even seasonal changes, you’ll get the same great results with our facial masks as always.

Mud Lavender Mask – For blemish-prone skin, this refining mask helps minimize the appearance of enlarged pores while reducing oils and removing impurities.

Blue Mask – For irritated skin, this cooling mask helps calm skin by soothing and hydrating while absorbing irritating impurities.

Green Tea Mask – For scarred skin, this refining mask helps smooth skin while absorbing impurities.

Lightening Mask – For discolored skin, this lightening mask absorbs impurities and refines the skin.

Berry Mask – For normal to combination skin, this purifying maintenance treatment will refine skin.

Meeting eco-friendly principles, Sonya Dakar Skin Care facial masks are free of parabens, sulfates, artificial fragrances, artificial dyes and petrochemicals. Our products are not tested on animals and contain no animal by-products.

Known for its defining TOTAL Skin Fitness philosophy, Sonya Dakar Skin Care believes that taking care of your skin is just like taking care of your body – requiring hard work and commitment in order to see results. What began as a small family operation in 1999, founded by family patriarch Israel Dakar and son Nate Dakar — has flourished into an industry phenomenon. Sonya Dakar Skin Care, a trademark of and produced by MINDYS Cosmetics, is now considered a leader in luxury corrective skin care. The comprehensive line includes over 70 innovative results-oriented products combining cutting-edge ingredients with nature’s purest botanicals designed to keep skin healthy and ageless.

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New Hyde Park, New York (PRWEB) May 16, 2009

People of African, Asian, Latin and Native American backgrounds know that their skin, hair and nails are subject to conditions that do not affect lighter skinned people. “While most of these are not serious, they may be disturbing, troubling or unsightly,” says Joshua Fox, MD, a leading dermatologist, founder of Advanced Dermatology and an official spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery.

“Fortunately, your dermatologist is well acquainted with these conditions and can help people with dark skin to diagnose and treat their concerns early and quickly,” says Dr. Fox. He offers the following listing of the top skin conditions faced by people of color and how it differs from lighter-skinned individuals.

1. Acne – Many dark skinned women suffer from acne vulgaris, sometimes combined with hyper pigmentation, or skin darkening in spots or patches, which occurs in response to the outbreak of acne. Unlike fairer-skinned individuals, the discoloration plays an integral role in treatment. Surprisingly, these patients are more bothered by the discoloration than the acne itself. Treatments may include topical skin lightening creams for dark spots, sunscreen and topical, prescription acne medications.

2. Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra – These brown or black raised spots, which commonly affect African American women and people of Asian descent, may look like moles or flattened warts. They are always benign, never lead to skin cancer and are not harmful. However, some people do have them removed for cosmetic reasons. Typically, up to 50 percent of Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra patients have a family history of the condition, and up to 35 percent of adult blacks in the United States have it. They are easily removed with minimal to no marks.

3. Eczema – Very common among those with brown skin, eczema is an itchy, irritating rash that can occur in skin of any type or color. However, according to the National Eczema Society, it is found twice as often in black skin. When it does occur, differences in the structure of black from Caucasian skin can cause related problems including excessive pigmentation and a thickening of the skin that can also cause changes in skin color. “Because eczema is harder to identify in dark skin, and is often confused with psoriasis or fungal infections, getting the right diagnosis and treatment can be difficult,” Dr. Fox says. “Once the correct diagnosis has been made, topical medicines are quite helpful.”

4. Keloids – Scar tissue caused by abnormal healing of the skin occurs frequently in individuals with brown skin. Any time dark skin is injured, the risk of keloids is dramatically increased. According to Skin & Aging magazine, up to 16% of black and Asian people suffer from keloids. Keloids can develop immediately following an injury or take a long time to grow. Sometimes they itch, are painful and burning or feel tender to the touch. Treatments include cortisone and other injections, radiation therapy, pressure dressings, silicone gel applications and several types of lasers are extremely helpful. Keloids can also be removed via traditional or laser surgery.

5. Traction Alopecia – This hair loss condition is caused by damage to the hair follicle from constant pulling or tension over a long period of time. It is most common in African Americans who braid their hair tightly, but can also be caused by over processing of the hair through dyes, bleaches or straighteners. According to the National Institutes of Health, some 17% of African-American schoolgirls (6-21 years) and more than 30% of women (18-86 years) suffer from traction alopecia. While this condition can be reversed if diagnosed early, it can lead to permanent hair loss if it is undetected for a long period. These people – mainly women – should change to looser, gentler hair styles and should see a dermatologist. Unfortunately, no medical treatment is available to reverse late-stage traction alopecia; hair grafts, transplants or wigs have been identified as the only practical solution.

6. Melanoma — Those with brown skin often have a false sense of security when it comes to skin cancer. “While increased skin pigmentation offers some protection against the sun’s harmful UV rays,” Dr. Fox says, “melanoma can and does occur,” unlike in the lighter-skinned individual, it occurs especially on the palms, soles, fingers and toes, nails and mucous membranes (such as the mouth or nose). “A new dark mark or a mark that changes in size, shape or color in these areas should be seen by a dermatologist immediately. Even people with dark skin should always use a sunscreen when spending extensive time in the sun,” he says.

7. Pigmentation – Women with brown skin, particularly those of African and Latino descent, have a high incidence of hypertension, diabetes and heart disease and thus take medications for those medical problems. These, as well as other commonly used medications (LIST MEDICATIONS THAT CAN CAUSE PROBLEMS) can cause various types of allergic reactions that frequently lead to hyperpigmentation, or dark patches. While the dark spots can fade over time, women should seek treatment early. Procedures such as chemical peels and skin bleaching, designed to lighten the darkened areas, can help, as can diligent use of sunscreen. The new Fraxel is the first laser approved for treatment of melasma – a type of pigmentation disorder of the face.

8. Vitiligo – Skin gets its color from pigment cells. When those cells are damaged or destroyed, they no longer produce pigment, causing white or colorless spots to appear. The spots can grow larger over time and eventually blend together so that large portions of the skin have no color at all. While no one knows why this occurs, many suspect it is related to problems within the autoimmune system. Vitiligo also may be hereditary. While people of any skin color can develop Vitiligo, it is most obvious and therefore debilitating on dark skin. One common treatment is PUVA — a repigmentation therapy involving the drug psoralen combined with exposure to UV light. A simpler, newer and equally efficacious treatment is narrowband UVB light treatment. The newest laser treatment though is that of the Excimer laser 308nm which markedly shortens the number to treatments and spares unwanted streaks. This process help increase the amount of pigment cells at the skin’s surface. Other treatments include prescription-strength corticosteroid cream, light/laser treatments and, in rare instances, skin grafting.

Bio: Joshua L. Fox, M.D. is a leading authority in the field of dermatology with an expertise in skin cancer, cosmetic surgery, and laser procedures. As an official spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology and the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, Dr. Fox has been an expert resource on dermatologic topics for numerous television networks including ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, including local broadcasting television spotlights, Telemundo, talk shows, radio stations, newspapers and magazines. Dr. Fox has served on the board of the National Rosacea Foundation and has done clinical trials in both medical and laser therapy in Rosacea. He has received multiple research and clinical awards including recognition from Top Doctors, Who’s Who, Journal of Dermatologic Surgery and Oncology, Community Service Award from the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, the prestigious Husic Award as well as certificates of recognition for service from multiple hospitals, civic, educational and community organizations. Dr. Fox has authored and presented papers of his research on lasers, cosmetic procedures, stretch marks, scars, skin cancer, bug bites, photosensitivity and various rashes.

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Tampa, FL (PRWEB) November 18, 2009

RNJ Enterprises, LLC, manufacturer of the ShowerTan home tanning system, announces issuance of US patent number 7,571,866 titled: High-Pressure Gas Powered Full Body Self Misting Device.

“Our vision for the Body Mister device is a must-have shower accessory that makes full body skin treatments convenient, private, and affordable” said Rick Buswell, company spokesperson. It provides a full body mist spray in a totally unique way with benefits over traditional application methods that apply to practically all forms of cosmetic and therapeutic skincare treatments. These include sun protection (SPF), anti-ageing, body perfume, skin lightening, full body spa treatments, and even topical medicines. The practicality and marketability of the device are already well proven in the sunless tanning market, where it has been sold with overwhelmingly positive customer response since 2005. The patent also covers the next generation concept design suited for high volume / low cost production. We’re thrilled by this long awaited achievement and are actively pursuing patent rights licensing in many areas.”

ShowerTan’s patented technology evenly coats the entire body with an ultra-fine mist of spray tanning (or other) solution in less than thirty seconds without using electricity, so it’s safe to use in the shower. The stand-alone device accommodates a person of any height yet easily stores as a compact and lightweight unit with carrying handle. To operate, the unit is filled with solution and loaded with a CO2 cartridge, and a foot pedal activates the mist spray.

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New Port Richey, FL (PRWEB) March 16, 2010

SkinBright has introduced new anti-aging ingredients to make SkinBright the most complete skin brightener available.

Age spots, liver spots, brown patches, freckles, acne scars and uneven skin tone are fading into history with the proliferation of skin lighteners. Unfortunately, the active ingredients in most of these products consist of harsh, dangerous chemicals that have been declared hazardous by the FDA and dermatologists. The most alarming offender is the harsh chemical hydroquinone, which is said to have toxic properties and potential side effects.

But not all skin lighteners use these chemicals. One product, SkinBright, is a blend of two natural whiteners that are strong enough to get reliable results and has proven to be an extremely effective skin lightener. The two agents that do a powerful job of lightening and brightening in SkinBright are:

Alpha-Arbutin, a gentle lightening agent derived from the Bearberry tree. It has strong melanin inhibitors and is as effective as hydroquinone, but without the toxicity and the potential side effects.

Kojic acid, a natural substance derived from the production of sake, the Japanese wine. Kojic acid is said to be safe and effective in brightening and lightening discoloration of all skin types. It is gentle as well, and easily tolerated by sensitive skin.

SkinBrights added ingredients that rejuvenate, strengthen and clean are:

Vitamin A Palmitate, which converts to the active ingredient found in Retinol, helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Natural Moisturizers such as jojoba, sunflower oil and botanical squalene, that soften and smooth the skin, keeping it free of dry patches and lines, and reducing wrinkles.

Exfoliators, Antioxidants and Detoxifiers that soothe the skin and help it to shed dead skin cells; eliminate bacteria; and guard against toxic elements that bombard the skin every day, causing acne and similar afflictions.

SkinBright is sold Online directly to the consumer, and offers a 30-day guarantee. Additional information can be obtained by visiting SkinBright.Com.


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Question by aldrich i: what is da best dark spots remover?
wat is the best dak spot and pimples remover in dis 3 product
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Fair & White Dark Spot Remover
———–>This new formula contains “F.A.W. Lightening” to lighten efficiently dark spots and pigment blemishes of the skin (scars, pregnancy, age spots, sun patches). The result is a strong bleaching effect for a smooth and clearer complexion free of brown patches. Manufactured and tested by the French Dermatological Laboratory. The Dark Spot Remover, because of its very high efficient formula, erases brown unsightly marks. Apply locally with a cotton swab.


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Oak Harbor, WA (PRWEB) April 18, 2010

In the highly-competitive natural skincare industry, a small company is about to take the national green scene by storm. Mary Tacia, Oak Harbor resident and owner of Bella V

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