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Posted on May 20, 2007 | No CommentsA skin care company did a survey once and discovered that 50% of American women make skin cocktails or products that they mix themselves, a witchy feminine quirk. We experiment endlessly with products, always searching for the Holy Grail which will defeat our unique set...
Posted on May 20, 2007 | No CommentsIf only you could bottle the phrase I want to look younger and sell that. With baby boomers and now Gen Xers coming into their middle years, the ever-expanding market for anti-aging products just keeps cranking out new miracles. But really, how do you look...
Posted on May 16, 2007 | No CommentsAt a certain point in life, Oxy 5 gives way to the Oil of Olay. Wake up, Homecoming Queen. You are getting dry under the eyes and your face is no longer a potential strike for wildcatters. What should be cause for celebration, though, comes...
Posted on May 16, 2007 | No Commentssupposedly miracle Roc stuff? I know I slather myself with it on a nightly basis and if I ever stopped I could certainly send an underprivileged kid to Harvard. How it works: Retin-A is a prescription cream called Renova Â®. It’s part of a group...
Posted on May 16, 2007 | No CommentsGisele Bundchen gets airbrushed to make the cover of Vogue. Too bad it doesn’t work like that in real life. Wait – it does. You do have the option of being viewed through a soft-focus Vaseline smeared lens just like any over the hill actress...