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New Skincare Products to Try

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New Skincare Products to Try

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Last weekend I had the privilege of attending the Beyond Esthetics Trade Show in downtown San Diego. Recently, there have been some very exciting advances in skincare science. Check out these new cosmetic goodies that have just hit the market.

Lush Lashes? Yes, Please!

Want to add some oomph to your lashes? Up until recently, your best option was to get a prescription for Latisse, but now there is something much better. LASHIPIX.COM offers a wonderful, all-natural lash conditioner, made from vitamin A, hyaluronic acid and peptides. Using this product will give you thicker, fuller, darker, longer and stronger lashes (your mascara might start feeling a little lonely). An added bonus: Lashipix costs half as much as Latisse and can also be used on the brows.

A Product That Could Make Injections Hiss-tory

If you want to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but don’t like the idea of using needles on your face, there’s a new product available that may be just what you’re looking for. Sonya Dakar UltraLuxe-9 Age Control Complex is synthetically modeled after the protein molecule from the Temple Viper snake. Over time, the product seeps into the lower layers of the skin, causing the muscles to relax and leaving you with soft, smooth skin. The results are more natural looking than topical injections. Find it online for about $175.

Blooming in Skincare

We have all heard of stem cells being used in the medical community, but now skin scientists are getting in on the action, too. Swiss apples and alpine roses are able to thrive in really stressful climates; researchers have found that exposure to their stem cells could pass those abilities on to our skin. Visible improvements were observed in the reduction of wrinkles, fine lines, and uneven skin tone. One product to try: Reviva Stem Cell Booster Serum. Find it at Vitacost.com for $18.

A Pain-Free Solution for Skin Tags

No more expensive dermatology appointments involving the painful freezing and cutting away of moles and skin tags. Now there is an all-natural, plant-based product that dehydrates skin tags, causing them to fall away on their own. Tag Away is easy to use; just put a few drops of the solution on a Q-tip and brush onto the area. It's safe for all skin types, painless, and leaves no scar! Tag Away is available online for $19.99.

What are some new skincare products you’ve discovered?

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nice share i like your style This comment has been removed.
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Another really great, informative article from you, Faith. This comment has been removed.
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All these things sounds really exciting. I think I'm going to order that stuff for the skin tags. The last time I went to the Derm they charged me a fortune for it. This comment has been removed.
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@guintaason I would recommend making a face mask from plain yogurt & squeeze some lemon into it. Massage it onto your face every night before bed. Leave on for 5-10 minutes & rinse. Lemons have natural bleaching properties. This comment has been removed.
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what kind of product that can prevent dark spot that the product is also is in the philippines also This comment has been removed.
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Wow $18 for a serum! I gotta give Reviva a try! This comment has been removed.
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I am going to order some Lashipix for sure. Latisse works, but it's so expensive and has some unappealing adverse reactions as well. Thanks for keeping us in the know, about the new things on the skincare horizon. This comment has been removed.
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@courtney2bambi Consistency is key!!! This comment has been removed.
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I wonder if that Lashipix product would help my sparse brows? My friend used to work in a plastic surgeon's office and she sent me a sample of Latisse. I couldn't tell a difference, but I didn't really use consistently either. This comment has been removed.
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I have been waiting for this article ever since you advertised for it. My mom's birthday is next week and she always gets the Botox or Dysport. I think I'll just get that snake potion you talk about. That paragraph on the apple and rose stem cells is also really interesting. What will they think of next? I know I can count on you to bring us the findings. This comment has been removed.
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Ohhh....I'm sooo excited about LASHIPIX! Fabulous skincare products! I just bought Lancome Visionaire....expensive but so far I like the results! Thanks for sharing! This comment has been removed.
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