Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Organic Beach Scent Perfume


Organic Perfume is a lightly intoxicating blend of sand 

jasmine, sea spray, mandarin and salt, Beach captures the 

atmosphere and attitude of summer.

SUPER EXOTIC, it's smell like vacation!

You can try it first by buying our sample size for $4.

Anis Lacerte grew up surfing and always have been a big fan 

of the beach and the ocean. She wanted to create a smell that 

reminded her of the beach. A sexy and sensual perfume 

made with only organic ingredients and scents. 


Monday, August 26, 2013

Vampire Facelift

Vampire Facelift Questions Revealed

Does something like a “Vampire Facelift” scare yet intrigue you at the same time? Dr. Bruce Katz, Director of the Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Clinic at Mount Sinai Medical Center and Director of the Juva Skin & Laser Center in New York gives you the facts about this buzzed about treatment:

1- Is the “Vampire Facelift” an actual treatment?

“First of all, there is no such thing as a “vampire facelift”. There is, however, a product that can be used which is mixed with your own blood as a platelet rich plasma to be injected into the skin to rejuvenate the skin and treat wrinkles.”

2- How Does It Work?

“We take the patient's own blood which is then spun in a centrifuge. The safe and rapid preparation of natural autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is then re-injected into the soft tissue of the area needing restoration.”
“Stem Cells on the platelets produce growth factors that slow down the look of aging, stimulate the production of collagen and improve the volume and texture of the skin. You see an improvement of texture in a short time.”

3- Where is it effective?

“We recently conducted clinical trials using this technique to treat hollow, sunken eyes and dark circles in tear troughs – calling it the Twilight Plasma Renewal treatment. We have also seen impressive results in rejuvenating facial and neck wrinkles as well as improving the overall texture of the skin.

To read more about Dr. Bruce Katz, please click here

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Talking with Dr. Jeannette Graf

Talking with Dr. Jeannette Graf

A leading skin science expert, Dr. Graf is a board certified, clinical and research Dermatologist. Known for her extensive and comprehensive approach to dermatology, Dr. Graf combines minimally invasive office procedures and effective skin care products with fundamental nutrition and lifestyle counseling to elicit both an inner and outer beauty from each of her patients. Dr. Graf is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and is the author of Stop Aging, Start Living (Crown, Fall 2007), which discusses her four-point body alkalinizing plan as a means to approach beauty, vitality and health from the inside, out. beautypress sat down with this skin expert and asked her for her insights on diet and nutrition, our skin's changing needs as we grow older, Vitamin D levels and more.

As a dermatologist, what do you consistently recommend as the barebones necessities when it comes to age-fighting?

Sunscreen to prevent photo aging. Antioxidants to neutralize damaging effects of free radicals. Retinoids because they are proven and recognized as #1 in anti-aging. Peptides to help stimulate collagen production for firmer skin.

Do diet and nutrition really play a role in how our skin looks and feels?

Definitely, because many of the foods we eat are rich in nutrients that benefit our skin. Since our diet also plays an important role in balancing the acidity and alkalinity levels of the body, making the right choices is important. Certain foods are acid-forming, which can be harmful to the entire body—including our skin cells. Alkalinizing foods, on the  other hand, neutralize acidity to benefit everything from healthy cell function to optimal energy levels and a glowing complexion.

Should the skin care products we use change as we go through our teens, 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s plus?
No matter what your age is, everyone should use a cleanser, exfoliant, moisturizer and a sunscreen. However, as we get older, we need to adapt our skin care regimen to our skin’s changing needs. For every decade we add to our chronological age, we need to beef up our skin care choices accordingly. For instance, in your twenties I recommend switching from  the daily sun protection you used in your teens to a sunscreen that includes antioxidants to fight free-radical damage. In your thirties, I advise layering a mineral make-up with SPF over your daily sunscreen for enhanced protection. Also, though age-fighting should begin with a retinol product in your twenties and continue throughout your life, something as basic as your cleanser should change according to your skin’s needs. For instance, when you are young, I recommend you use a gentle, pH-balanced cleanser. By the time you are in your forties, you should trade up to one that includes AHA, lactic acid or PHA. When you enter your fifties, skin can often lack firmness and have fewer emollients. Therefore, choose a cream-based cleanser that gently cleanses while helping to replenish moisture loss. Serums, masks and night creams should include retinol, peptides, lipids and humectants to boost firmness, elasticity and hydration levels.

If my Vitamin D levels are low, should I stop wearing a sunscreen?
My recommendation is NO! Suncreens are the first line of defense in preventing skin cancer. I would never suggest going out in the sun without a sunscreen, but I do recommend taking a Vitamin D3 supplement regularly to help meet your daily needs for the “sunshine” vitamin. Ask your doctor to test your vitamin D levels to determine if you are deficient. If you are, your doctor can recommend the proper dosage for you along with a sun exposure plan that is right for your skin type and coloring.

When should you seek the advice of a dermatologist?
My recommendation is as follows:
  • Annual skin cancer check beginning as early as teen years since teens like to tan—it’s a way of teaching them sun protection.
  • When you notice something suspicious that doesn’t go away.
  • If you have acne or any skin condition that is not responding to over- the-counter products.
  • When you feel your age-fighting regimen should include peels, fillers and/or other injectables such as Botox or any in-office procedure that should be performed by a board-certified dermatologist.

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TEL. 212-397-0645
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Thursday, August 22, 2013

New Anti aging flawless liquid foundation, organic.

Anti aging flawless liquid 

foundation, organic.

This liquid foundation is absolutely amazing! It will make your skin super soft and ultra smooth! It does not make line clog pores or make you look like you wearing a foundation. 
Created with top anti-aging organic ingredients like Matrixyl 3000, DMAE, MSM, Vitamin E, Neem and Rosemary. 

Instantly reduce lines and large pores.

It look so natural you will not want to leave the house without it.

This foundation does not contain silicone and other greasy ingredients that seat on your skin all day.

-89% Organic
-Light feel

SMS works by making your skin healthier and more pliable

DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) is present in small amounts in all living organisms.DMAE has been found to increase choline levels. Works by firming, toning and tightening skin's appearance.

Matrixyl® 3000: 

Matrixyl® is a trade mark of Sederma SAS. It designates an anti-wrinkle active ingredient for cosmetics containing a specific matrikine which cosmetic nomenclature denomination is palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 (palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 before 2006). It contains a peptide of 5 aminoacids linked to a 16-carbon chain for improving the penetration of the molecule through the lipidic structures of the skin. Promotion of wrinkle smoothing and improvement of skin tone and elasticity. New test reveals you again by 2 years in just 1 month Clinical test

Neem has anti- bacterial; anti- parasitic, anti- fungal, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that not only benefit your health but can help you get rid of common beauty problems that you face in your daily life.

Neem is just about anti-everything:

  • anti-bacterial
  • anti viral
  • anti-septic
  • anti-diabetic
  • anti-fungal
  • blood-purifying
  • spermicidal

Neem benefits include Vitamin C, which helps in getting rid of skin problems like blackheads, pigmentation, dullness and aging thus leaving the skin with a youthful glow.

Neem leaf is an essential ingredient in many Ayurvedic remedies. Indians have known for thousands of years that taking neem has many benefits. It stimulates the immune system, improves liver function, detoxifies the blood, generally promotes a healthy circulative, respiratory and digestive system. It is famous as a malaria treatment and for diabetes.

Neem benefits include Vitamin C, which helps in getting rid of skin problems like blackheads, pigmentation, dullness and aging.

Neem has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that help in soothing the skin in case you are suffering from some skin allergy or infection.

Psoriasis is a skin disease that is not only painful but also leaves your skin looking as its burnt. The most common problem associated with this disease is dryness and scaling. Neem oil helps in getting rid of itchiness and irritation. It also helps in keeping the skin moisturized thus reducing the dryness and scaling. The anti- bacterial properties also prevents development of any further skin infections.

This fabulous foundation contain 89% organic anti-aging ingredients that fight ageing and skin problems while you wear it!

We are offering 2 shades: Nude and Suntan

For an amazing look we recommend to wear the color NUDE as a base on the whole face and use Suntan on the cheeks to make your cheeks look higher and to make you look a little sun kissed.

You can also wear Suntan alone to look tan or to go to the beach!!!!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Skin Detox from the Inside!

Go makeup free. I know how hard it is, but on my days at home, I go without makeup as often as possible. If I’m having a day with video conferences, I’ll just wear mascara and lipstick a lot of times. It makes me look pulled together, and I’m still giving my skin a break.
Feed your skin. Not with serums and moisturizers. Feed it from the inside with the food you’re eating. Dark leafy greens, berries, melon and salmon all add up to help create gleaming skin. I try to eat from each color in my daily diet. As long as I’m doing that, my skin looks better, I feel better and I know I’m doing something good for body.

Avoid sugar and processed foods. Not all sugars are bad, but processed white sugars aren’t good for you skin. Period. According to a study in the British Journal of Dermatology, we can put part of the blame on aging from a process called glycation.

Smoking is another skin killer. If you do smoke, try to quit. It’s hard and will make your family and friends hate you for a few weeks. Chemicals in the cigarettes do nasty things, like break down the collagen in your skin, causing more rapid sagging and wrinkling. It also causes you to develop smokers lips — little fine lines all around your mouth. When I see young girls smoking, I want to grab my soapbox and lay down the healthy skin law.
Sunscreen. Lots and lots of sunscreen. I wear an SPF everyday of the year: 15 in the winter, a minimum of 30 in the summer. If I’m on the beach or ski slopes, I go for 50 and reapply constantly.
Go Organic Skin Care!