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Choosing the Best Foundation for Summer

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Most women try to avoid foundation during the heat of summer because they hate the look and feel of makeup melting on their skin. However, there are times we need to wear makeup and having a comfortable foundation is important.

During the spring and summer our skin is typically at its oiliest. This means that “regular” foundation just won’t cut it. A sweat-proof foundation will help combat the skin’s shine and oil.

Foundation is one of the toughest things to shop for. There are so many shades, formulas and brands… which one is the best? Every face is different, and everyone likes a different look.

There are also some new long-lasting foundations on the market today that will help keep the T-zone with a matte finish and the skin looking soft and luminous all day long, even in the heat of the summer.

Here are five great foundation choices for the heat and humidity of summer:

1)YSL: Yves Saint Laurent has a new “anti-fatigue” formula that helps energize summer skin. It actually stimulates skin’s circulation. It provides great coverage and it gives us bright, luminous skin. The best YSL option for summer is Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Le Teint Radiance Awakening Foundation.

2) NARS: NARS’ “All Day” Luminous Powder Foundation has an SPF of 24, so it is really great for the summer, providing extra sun protection. Most people love the liquid variety but the powder version is very lightweight and is actually waterproof, too, making it the perfect choice for those who sweat a bit.

NARS’ All Day Weightless Luminous Foundation is a good choice for those with combination skin, because it is lightweight and spreads easily. It quickly clings to the skin, providing skin with a radiant matte finish. It has been said that this formula will help to reduce the appearance of skin discolorations over time because it contains scarlet spiderling root extract.

4) Urban Decay: Urban Decay’s Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Makeup is a nice lightweight foundation. Their Naked line feels just like skin, it has no “cakey” feel. It has light-diffusing properties that help blur imperfections of the skin and has a demi-matte finish.

5) Clinique: Clinique is a top seller as most people love their oil-free foundations. Their Stay-Matte Oil-Free Makeup is perfect for anyone who loves a matte finish. It absorbs shine and resists sweat, so it’s wonderful for the summer months!

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It’s also important to remember to wear sunglasses, hats and sunscreen along with your foundation to avoid sunburn and skin damage. To help reduce the appearance of existing lines and wrinkles, try adding Elite Serum Rx to your skin routine. It can help improve skin tone as well.


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Will Argireline Harm your Skin?

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When it comes to skin care, it is sometimes hard to figure out which ingredients will really help get rid of wrinkles.

Today, there is one ingredient in particular that is starting to get a lot of attention when it comes to anti-aging: Argireline. This ingredient is sometimes called “Botox in a jar” because it helps to inhibit muscle movement and prevents the formation of expression wrinkles.

Argireline is being added to many new anti-aging skin care products because of its ability to fight wrinkles, but what is this new miraculous anti-aging ingredient? Can it really fight wrinkles? And more importantly, is it safe?

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Fact or Fiction: Do These Home Remedies for Under-Eye Bags Really Work?

Category : Health , Skincare

We’ve all been there. We stayed up too late for too many nights in a row and have a face with puffy, dark, tired, wrinkled eyes in the morning. Fortunately, there are several ways to get rid of those under-eye bags.

These home remedies are ones some people swear by, although they are not as effective as proven products like Elite Serum Rx.

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The Oil Cleansing Method

Category : Instructionals

The oil cleansing method is a natural way to clean the skin, and it’s a natural way to help prevent wrinkles. While it sounds crazy, cleaning our skin with oil actually makes a lot of sense – even for those with oil skin. Yes, in fact it can be a solution for oily skin and it can treat dry skin, too.

The Basics

The basic idea of oil cleansing is to use natural oils in a specific combination for each individual skin type to cleanse the skin and balance our skin’s natural oils. In this way, we end up with much more nourished and moisturized skin than we would with detergent-based facial cleaners.

With the oil cleansing method, we are using oil to dissolve any impurities in the skin (the stuff that gets stuck in our pores). After cleansing, if the skin still feels dry, using a few drops of the same oil will keep skin moisturized, and keep it from overcompensating for dryness by producing more oil (which could result in acne).

Oil Dissolves Oil

The fact of the matter is oil will dissolve the oil that is already on our faces. One of the basic principles of chemistry is that “like dissolves like.” On our faces, this means the cleansing oil will remove the oil (sebum) that our skin produces.

When we use the right oils, we can cleanse our pores of dirt and bacteria naturally. This gentle, effective method will replace the dirty oil on our faces with beneficial oil, which will heal, protect and nourish our skin.

When it is done properly and consistently, the oil cleansing method can help clear up oily skin, alleviate dry skin, clean out blackheads, get rid of whiteheads and help clear up acne, all while leaving the skin balanced and moisturized.

It’s important to remember that skin needs a bit of an adjustment period and it may take a week for it to adjust to oil cleansing. The adjustment period is a “detox reaction” in the skin, which occurs when impurities are pulled from the skin. After that, the skin will begin to improve. Many people even say that oil cleansing is the best anti-aging treatment on the market!

The Process

Finding the right blend of oils can take a few tries, as everyone’s skin is different.

The most commonly used oils are castor oil and olive oil, but any natural oil can be used. Castor oil is a natural astringent, which makes it great for oily or combination skin. It works to pull the impurities from our skin; however, it could be too much for dry skin.

Hazelnut oil is a good choice for those who prefer not to use castor oil.

Other good choices include sunflower, safflower and coconut oils.

For oily skin, use 1/3 castor oil/hazelnut oil mixed with 2/3 olive oil (or another oil of choice).

For combination skin, use 1/4 castor or hazelnut oil mixed with 3/4 olive oil.

For dry skin, use just a small amount of castor and the mixture should be mostly olive oil.

Adjust as needed and blend in small batches until the right mixture is found for your skin.

Pour about a quarter of the blend into your hand and massage into dry skin for at least a minute. This removes makeup, dirt and oil. Leave on for up to ten minutes.

Next, take a hot washcloth and place it over the face to draw out any impurities. Leave the cloth on for about a minute. Finally use the washcloth to remove any remaining oil (leaving behind a thin layer to moisturize the skin).


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Argireline vs Retinol

Category : Health

There are a number of skincare products on the market that contain anti-aging ingredients. Each of these ingredients claims to make the skin look younger, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve skin tone, but which one is, in truth, the best? We’re going to review the two top anti-aging ingredients, and help decide which is best.

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The Average Costs of Fillers, Facelifts and Professional Skin Treatments

Category : Skincare

As we age, we must face the inevitable. Changes in your skin can cause wrinkles, bags and saggy skin which can make you look years older than you actually are. Advancements in cosmetic surgeries and treatments give doctors the ability to slow the aging process and restore a more youthful appearance, but at what cost?

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Is It Too Late to Treat Your Wrinkles?

Category : Instructionals , Skincare

Take a poll of 100 people and you’ll likely find that nobody would choose to look older than they are. In fact, most people would be more than happy to retain the skin they had when they were in their 20s.

Unfortunately, aging is something that you just can’t stop, but that doesn’t mean you have to live with skin that looks older than you are! While most people in their 40s, 50s and 60s may think that it’s too late to do something about wrinkles, the fact is that there’s still plenty that can be done.

Keep reading to learn more about how you can reduce the signs of wrinkled skin and almost completely zap those fine lines.

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Do Facial Exercises Work?

Category : Skincare

Facial exercises have long been touted as a way to slim the face and reverse the aging process. But do they actually work? Science says no. There is little to no clinical research to show that facial exercises can do much to help get rid of wrinkles; in fact, science shows that they may actually make wrinkles worse.

Reasons Facial Exercises Don’t Work:

1) Wrinkles are not caused by poor muscle tone. They are actually caused by repeated muscle contractions. Over time, as we repeat the same facial expressions, those muscles get stronger, and the wrinkle effect is increased. Too much movement actually contributes to wrinkles, not insufficient exercise.

2) Facial exercises cannot prevent (or reverse) the structural changes that our skin undergoes. As we age, our skin loses firmness and elasticity and begins to sag or wrinkle. Movement actually causes you to lose fat in your face, and that can make your face look older.

3) Another reason that facial exercises don’t work is because movement can lead to static wrinkles. Wrinkles that appear when we move our face are called dynamic wrinkles. Those that appear when our face is at rest are called static wrinkles. Facial exercises may not cause static wrinkles in the short term, but if you do them for a long period of time, they might.

4) Facial exercises claim to slim the face, but building muscle tone in your face won’t make it slimmer, and it won’t smooth out your wrinkles. These exercises may just give you a more pronounced jaw line, which is probably not something you want.

What Does Work?

There are a number of products on the market that have been scientifically proven to work. To get rid of wrinkles, you don’t need facial exercises, you need the right products.

Our Elite Serum Rx is the world’s best anti-wrinkle eye cream. Our products feature eight medical-grade peptides and our innovative formulas contain a high concentration of age-defying Argireline, which is a peptide that helps target eye wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness.

Elite Serum Rx will also improve your overall facial appearance, targeting wrinkles, improving skin tone, and smoothing fine lines. Elite Serum Rx combines hyaluronic acid, seaweed extract and a number of peptides to stimulate collagen production, providing you with glowing, younger looking skin.

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We, at Elite Serum Rx, make products that make these crazy facial exercise techniques irrelevant. Our products are backed by science, not myth, and can actually help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.


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How Much Do Genetics Factor into Your Wrinkles?

Category : Health

Inheriting good skin is certainly nice, but it will depend on your family’s genes and skin pigmentation. However, scientific research has shown that healthy eating and skin care habits are far more important than genetics as our bodies age.

Keeping our skin healthy and minimizing wrinkles can help your body stave off the effects of aging.

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Wrinkle Inducing Habits to Avoid

Category : Skincare

While there are many signs of aging, wrinkles are often the most noticeable and obvious one, especially to the women and men developing them. The mere appearance of a laugh line or a single crow’s foot can send some people into a minor breakdown. What many people don’t realize is that they’re worsening the signs of aging with their own behaviors.

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