I think it’s pretty darn safe to say that the majority of people take great pride in their appearance. Maybe not alllll the time (seriously, you should see me hungover!), but when it comes to aging and environmental damage that can be done to my face, I take that sh*t seriously.
And like me, other beauty babes around the world really want something that can help with this too. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Kevin*
Since Botox was first approved by the FDA in 2002, there has been a proliferation of facial injection products that help keep us looking young. These products fall broadly into two classes – neurotoxins and dermal fillers.
Neurotoxins include Botox and two competitors, Dysport and Xeomin. These products relax the frown lines between the eyes, the crow’s feet on the sides of the eyes and the horizontal wrinkles above the brow. They smooth away fine lines and wrinkles by relaxing the muscles that cause them. The results will typically last 3-4 months.
Dermal fillers are a second category of injection products and they work very differently than neurotoxins. Whereas neurotoxins work to smooth wrinkles away by relaxing facial muscles around the eyes, dermal fillers replace fatty tissue and collagen that have been lost to the ageing process. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Evie*
The paradigm for beauty has changed greatly. This quest of beauty, especially espousing younger look that defies aging signs, is rather more aggressive. Ironically people are ready to pay any price for looking younger without thinking of the potential dangers. Knowing well that cosmetic surgery is potentially dangerous; people tend to fall for it. [Keep Reading]
Do you loathe the idea of your birthday because it’s just another year, another wrinkle and another opportunity to realize that there is no true fountain of youth?
Look, we’ve all felt a little anxiety over aging at one time or another (and if you haven’t, I want to know HOW! Share your wisdom, puhleaseeee!!!!), but let me in on a little secret.
Though you may not be able to turn back the clock, you can mimic the effects with one pretty damn amazing product and what I would consider the best anti aging cream for 2015. [Keep Reading]
You’ve probably all heard the saying “Age is just a number,” but how many of you truly believe that?
When it comes to fighting the signs of aging, how you look can make you feel older than your actual age. Sometimes all it takes is a little skintimate TLC to give you back the radiant skin that keeps you feeling young at heart.
Ever on the search for amazing anti-aging products, I was introduced to Natox. I put this to the test on myself and my mom for this Natox review, but first let’s talk a few facts. [Keep Reading]
How far would you go for youthful, bright eyes? Would you botox it up? Would you get injections and fillers? An eye lift perhaps? What about rubbing a little snake venom around your eyes?
You laugh (and start to sweat) now, but there’s actually a product that infuses real life viper snake venom with peptides to reduce wrinkles and improve skin firmness.
Many people might be put off by the addition of snake venom (I admit, I was too at first), but I’ve never been one to shy away from those slithering buggers. [Keep Reading]
Aging is a part of life but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for it. I mean, who says we have to look our age at our age?
Instead, I choose to reverse the years of reckless behavior where I didn’t wear sunscreen, smoked, tugged at my skin, ate whatever I wanted, didn’t drink nearly enough water and sometimes didn’t even take my makeup off after a long day. *cringe*
After all, there is not one thing I love more than seeing the look on someone’s face when I reveal my true age. That reaction alone is worth hundreds of dollars to me.
And I know I’m not alone on that.
Thousands upon thousands of women (and men) are now saying “to hell with looking my age!” and are taking matters into their own hands.
Though there is no miracle cure for aging, there are some damn good options these days when it comes to defying age – and all the unsightly wrinkles, dark spots and dulling skin that comes with it!
With that said, is LifeCell the best anti aging cream you can buy? Let’s get into it!
I’m writing this Idrotherapy review after just a month of application.
I’m hugely excited about the future of anti wrinkle technology, especially when you consider the progress we have made in the last 5 years.
For example do you recall when botox first came into the limelight? Now instead of injecting needles directly into the areas most affected by wrinkles, there are creams like Natox available where you can get similar results only without the pain.
Idrotherapy is one of the latest anti wrinkle creams to be released onto the market.
I heard about this cream through a friend of mine who just turned 40 and no I won’t say her name! I just call her Wonder Woman because she doesn’t look a day over 30.
Anyway Wonder Woman first mentioned Idrotherapy to me about a month back and it’s something I’ve been trialing since then.
You’re about to read my official Idrotherapy review, so remember to take into consideration – this is only after a month of application.
When would you ever have thought that we could use gold to treat wrinkles? Never right?
Well today we’re going to review a product that is revolutionizing the world of wrinkle treatment, using 24K gold to instantly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Or so they say!
The product we’re talking about is Youthful Gold and whose marketing team promises to almost instantaneously flatten out stubborn fine lines and wrinkles – through the incorporation of a small amount of 24K gold, combined with silica particles.
Now this is one of those products that needs a serious looking into, so we’re going to delve deeper into the effects of its primary ingredients so as to show you how they actually work.
I can almost guarantee that when I ask you “what’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say anti-wrinkle injections?”, your answer would probably be “painful and expensive”.
I’m going to share with you ladies an alternative to injections, which uses the exact same technology, except only it’s a naturally derived cream applied through the skin.
What’s the product I’m talking about?
It’s likely many of you would already have heard of this anti wrinkle treatment as we’ve had a whole wack of emails coming through asking us to review it, so we thought we’d oblige for all those thinking about giving it a go.
I’m going to quickly explain how the technology works before discussing some of the pro’s and con’s of using a cream like this one for the purpose of reducing the effects of fine lines and wrinkles.