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  • The cosmetic and fragrance industries have become territory open to exploration by all, from flighty pop stars to socially inept scientists. Recently I was shocked to hear that the latest boldface name to bottle her scent is none other than the infamous romance novelist Danielle Steel. This causes one to question how long it will <... >

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  • Primarily distributed through dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon offices, this no-nonsense, quality line endorsed by Courteney Cox delivers medical-grade results. If you can buy only one Kinerase product, then let it be the Under Eye Rescue Cream. This potent moisturizing and de-puffing formula (with no fragrance or dye) also brightens the eye area and contains physician-strength <... >

  • Leave it to the French to take a stuffy term like prodigious and turn it into a sensual experience. Or, let’s say, leave it to the French folks at Nuxe. You’ve probably heard or read about their Huile Prodigieuse Or, the shimmering dry oil with gold shimmer of J-Lo and multiple other celebrities fame. If <... >

  • Lately it seems like every other fragrance launch comes from Coty and every new skin care product is from an Estee subsidiary. This is why it’s so comforting to know that one of the first dermatologist designed skin care lines is still independently owned. The brother-sister team Dr. Howard Sobel and Elaine Linker pioneered the <... >

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  • To news reporters, beauty and fashion is fluff, but from a broad perspective, television, magazines, movies, shopping, and travel are all one in the same – a diversion from reality. Between natural disasters, warfare, and political distress, not to mention everyday problems, it’s no wonder the lifestyle industry is thriving. My philosophy of late is, <... >

  • Chidoriya may be the best thing to come out of Kyoto, besides the Geisha. One look at Osamu Horikiri and you’ll be eager to try the famous Mihara Camellia Oil. He began selling cosmetics in 1949, and his success is no surprise – during times of war and turmoil, cosmetics are one of the few <... >

  • origins1
  • To the average individual walking down the street, cream is cream. To a cosmetic junkie, no two lotions are alike. To a skin care editor, the cosmetic industry is an underground superpower – while Wall Street traders bank on financial mergers, telecommunications deals, and retail IPOs, the publishing community watches as average American women purchase <... >

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  • When I first learned I’d be writing about Pevonia’s new caviar skin care line, I thought, I don’t even eat this delicacy so how would I propose to slather it on my body? Perhaps my intimidation stemmed from the fact that most caviar skin care products cost more than I make in a week. I <... >

  • BenefitBluffpowder1
  • The end of summer doesn’t have to be depressing. For most of us, nothing changes but the amount of sunlight and our wardrobe. While the fall brings us a couture rendering of goth, we can delight in a more consistent fashion that is natural beauty. Fashion editors may exalt the genius of Marc Jacobs, whose <... >

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  • Remember when you were a young girl, training bra in hand and chanting ‘I must! I must! I must increase my bust!’ Well, fast-forward 20 years and now we are all chanting ‘we must! We must! We must tighten our busts!’ Ladies, our prayers have been answered thanks to GO BUST by bliss. GO BUST <... >

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