Friday, April 11, 2008

Weekend Beauty Read



A Touch of Blusher continues the feast of vibrant colors.

15 Minute Beauty Fanatic tries out a mineral mascara.

SugarShock Beauty has found a blush with greatness: Pop Beauty's Rose Belle. It's perfect for achieving that healthy, rosy glow that's so now.


The Beauty Bug gushes about a heat activated exfoliator that let's you know when your exfoliation is complete by changing colors!

The Muse reviews the Kiss Spring 2008 Collection directly from Japan!

Beauty Anonymous wonders if you also like to collect small sample containers.


Beauty and Fashion Tech finds some great values when she compares the four new Milani mascaras.

Beauty Junkie in SF has Jumped on the Mineral Bandwagon with Laura Mercier.

When you think of L'Oreal do visions of Nestle Crunch bars dance in your head? Karen from Makeup and Beauty Blog ponders the speculation surrounding Nestle's possible takeover of the company and gives you some random L'Oreal fun facts.

Cybelesays found another liquid mineral makeup that rocks!.

Makeup Moxie is intrigued with the new Mineral Water Eye Brightening Pencil by Too Faced.

Mischo Beauty is pleasantly surprised after using natural skincare and mineral makeup by Erth.

Glossypink has found a website that takes virtual makeovers to a whole new level!

Mineral makeup is a huge hit, what about mineral eyeshadows? Pursebuzz.com does a review on
Beauty From the Earth mineral
shadows. Is it a hit or a complete miss?


Toya is looking for makeup artists and beauty mavens of color who'd like to be featured on her site!

All Lacquered Up lets you in on this Summer's Nail Trend, Orange Polish, and suggests 6 hot colors.

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Blogger Domanskis said...

Organoderm Skin Care Safe for Pregnant Mothers and Children
Organoderm skin care products are USDA certified organic or Circle of Green certified or both, which makes these products safe for pregnant women and children. The USDA label confirms that no synthetic preservatives are present, while the Circle of Green label assures the consumer that no harmful chemicals are within the formulations.
Newport Beach, Ca (PRWEB) April 16, 2008 -- Organoderm skin care products are USDA certified organic or Circle of Green certified or both, which makes these products safe for pregnant women and children. The USDA label confirms that no synthetic preservatives are present, while the Circle of Green label assures the consumer that no harmful chemicals are within the formulations.
"I was afraid to use any skin care products during my pregnancies," said Michelle Caldero. "I was concerned it would hurt my babies." The average woman uses 12 personal care products containing about 168 chemicals per day according to a survey from the Envirnomental Working Group, many of which are considered harmful by various governmental agencies. "I was happy to discover Organoderm products, and now I am using them on my children," continued Michelle, the mother of two young daughters.
The USDA has strict criteria for certification and allows products to display the USDA seal only if they contain 95% or more certified organic ingredients and no synthetic petrochemical byproducts. The Circle of Green prohibits a long list of harmful chemicals in products that it certifies. Their list is a complation of several sources including the Environmental Protection Agency and is updated periodically.
"It was challenging to meet the strict criteria of these two certifying agencies, but it was important to me," said Dr. Edward Domanskis, a plastic surgeon who founded and developed the Organoderm skin care line. "I too wanted not only my wife but also my children to be safe in using my products."
Organoderm is sold exclusively through the internet, and its oversized products are reasonably priced from $12-$42, especially for a Doctor-developed and recommended brand.
Contact Dr. Edward Domanskis,M.D. drdomanskis @ organoderm.com
949 640-6324 (www.organoderm.com)

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