Month: March 2013

Petits Bisous Lingerie

  We had the best time last night at the Petits Bisous shop launch in Chelsea. We were in heaven with all the incredible cocktails, delicious cakes, pumping tunes played by a trendy DJ and gorgeous girls parading round in the highest quality lingerie! The shop and concept is the brainchild of our great friend and customer Esther Fieldgrass, founder of EF MEDISPA. So now, customers can enjoy a fabulous skin treatment in the EF MEDISPA Kings Road branch and then head just two doors down and celebrate their transformation by purchasing some sumptuous underwear. This got us thinking about getting...

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Celebeauty: Christine Bleakley

  Christine and fiance Frank Lampard are regularly papped sunning themselves. Eyes can be a major issue. The liquid crystals in Opti Crystal Eye Serum can help repair existing sun damage and lessen the appearance of crow’s feet. And, don’t forget that we can rarely see all the sun damage on someone’s face with the naked eye. That’s why we use Reveal Digital Imaging System in our DERMAplan Skin Health Consultations! As soon as the cameras stop rolling, Christine’s probably keen to scrub all that make up off. Benefit Clean is gentle enough to use every day yet packs a super-duper make-up...

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Cosmedix: Airless Packaging

  After extensive research and redesign, Cosmedix moved their packaging from tubes to airless pump delivery system that promises superior product safety, stability and ease of use. As with all our products and packaging, these new components are phthalate-free, keeping with our commitment to the environment and to positive skin health.   H O W  I T  W O R K S 1. Air hole(s) are located on bottom of container 2. We do not use chemical preservatives in our formulations 3. Airless pumps limit Oxygen exposure meaning no bacteria, yeast or contamination 4. They also ensure that the...

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CosMedix: Born from Botanicals

  Two decades ago, consumers had little choice when it came to professional skincare. At that time, the industry offered two very different types of products: early “cosmeceuticals”, which resurfaced the skin with harsh, irritating ingredients, and “natural skincare”, which was far gentler but failed to produce noticeable results. When asked to choose, many consumers and professionals chose results and endured the irritating, sometimes painful professional treatments for short-term benefits. However, by forcing the skin to regenerate itself with wounding ingredients, these products created inflammatory side effects with potentially long-term consequences. There had to be a better way. Unsatisfied...

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