Just published– the winter issue of the No-Nonsense Beauty Blog Newsletter. I was one of the founding editors of the Berkeley Wellness Newsletter and I love the newsletter format for sharing current research and consumer information. In this, the second issue of the No-Nonsense Newsletter, I explore ways that ways that Retin A can help brittle nails and the surprising facts about diet and heart disease in women. Hint– its very different from men.
Skin Care Consumer Reports
In my consumer comparison section, I road test and rate five different home microdermabrasion devices that range from $19.95 to $225. And I’ll share my new favorite that just a fraction of the cost of Clarisonic. Its no secret that I love Clarisonic ( who doesn’t), but the price is another story. With the fiscal cliff now in full view, I want to look good at the lowest possible price. I rated the devices for five features– intensity, availability, cleansers, ease of use and last but not least price. Some did an excellent job but had refill issues. Others worked well on the cheeks but were less successful around the nose and chin. After you read my compare and contrast, I’d love to hear about your experiences with microdermabrasion tools. I believe that effective exfoliation is the foundation of great skin care and these home devices are key to a clear fresh complexion.
To get your copy, just click at the box on the right hand column and the newsletter will arrive in your email by tomorrow. In future issues, I will also be working with experts to answer you skin care questions. To get advice from the best and the brightest, send your questions to Deb@nononsensebeautyblog.com