- The Five Best Products and Treatments for Persistently Oily Skin:
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Looking to give your skin a lift in between your morning and evening beauty regimens? Check out the article selected for this Weekly Dose of Beauty, and see which eight facial mists were selected by New Beauty experts:
- The Hardest Working Facial Mists that Keep Skin Glowy from 9 to 5:
Want to be in on the hottest skincare products for your skin this season? MD Skincare Beauty Bags feature seasonal full sized skincare products handpicked by our estheticians. What a fun way to be introduced to new moisturizers, cleansers, serums, sunscreens, and exfoliators while trying the best of the best at up to 25% off the original price. Our Beauty Bags will change quarterly and are great not only for existing patients but can also be purchased as gifts. Contact us to purchase yours today!
Concerned about the safety of your personal care products? Well, a new bill could give the FDA greater authority to regulate the beauty products you use every day. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out more about the bill that was proposed on Thursday of this week, and find out how it could affect the products you use, enhance access to ingredient information and increase the ability to recall questionable products.
- This FDA News Could Totally Shake Up the Beauty Industry:
Looking for plumper, younger-looking skin? Retinol can be a great choice to stimulate collagen and reduce fine lines. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, we have the experts’ top picks for retinol products. So set up your complimentary skincare consult with one of our estheticians to see which retinol might be right for you.
- 8 Doctors Reveal the Best Retinols to Buy: https://www.newbeauty.com/slideshow/2511-experts-pick-their-favorite-retinol/
All sunscreens of the same SPF work basically about the same, right? Not so, according to a new study. Find out which sunscreens were shown to be more effective, in our Weekly Dose of Beauty article from Time magazine.
- Nearly Half of Sunscreens Don’t Work As Advertised, Report Finds: http://time.com/4340120/sunscreen-spf-uv/
You may have heard about the class action lawsuit against the EOS brand of lipbalms, where individuals claim the balm caused cracking and blistering of the lips. So how safe is EOS lipbalm overall and what is the chance of your experiencing the same effects? Find out in our selected Weekly Dose of Beauty article:
- Should You Toss Your EOS Lipbalms? https://www.newbeauty.com/blog/dailybeauty/9139-should-you-toss-your-eos-lip-balms/