Does your makeup bag look like this? If so you need to shop smarter for your cosmetics!
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WHO TO SHOP WITH, WHAT YOU NEED, WHERE TO BUY IT!
WHO, should be someone dedicated to their craft, knowledgeable on all aspects of the industry, and a talented artist.
That person is ME. I have an arsenal of experience, from Paris runway to kajal shopping in Morocco, I have tried it all. Trained as a fine artist, I am present in an enormous playground of beauty products. Clients’ skin are my canvas, and I need those surfaces to be well maintained in order to create beautiful faces.
WHO you with shop makes a difference.
- Try before you buy. Call, text or zoom, I will send sample on products discussed.
- A licensed skin care professional is best. I have my cosmetology license and 20 years of experience.
- Befriend a professional who does not represent a particular line, one that will take the time to listen to your needs.
As a beauty stylist I can offer you the above services. I am available to shop via Nordstrom style board, zoom, or face-time. I do not endorse one particular line, yet I have exceptional resources to every new product that hits the market.
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This past week on the new hit TV show “The Good Doctor” a women dies when her cheek implant becomes septic, consequently infecting her butt and breast implants. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition in which the body is fighting a severe infection that has spread via the bloodstream. Although the show is fiction it caused me to consider a hotly discussed topic in the world of skincare – can cosmetics be absorbed into your bloodstream?
Optimists boast that the skin is such an effective barrier that hardly anything can pass through into the deeper layers of the skin, let alone the bloodstream. Those are the girls that sleep in their eye makeup and wonder why they can’t see. The vegans and LIVESTRONG enthusiasts claim that about 60% of chemicals in cosmetics ending up in the bloodstream or 5 pounds of cosmetics being absorbed by our bodies every year or it taking 26 seconds for cosmetics to be absorbed into the bloodstream.
The most effective products trap the anti-aging compounds, which you want to get deep into the skin, in a blend of oil and water. If a product is ‘amphiphilic’ (both oil- and water-loving) it can make it deeper into the layers of the skin (Förster et al., 2009). Suddenly those blood vessels are looking closer to potentially absorbing what we put on our skin.
This week I will examine the best and safest products to use, and let you in on special offers that will save your skin, your purse and possibly your life.
Read more: http://www.herbhedgerow.co.uk/can-cosmetics-be-absorbed-into-your-bloodstream/#ixzz5A8mJFuKX