Question I keep my cleansing puff in the shower. Does it matter if it never fully dries out between uses? Answer Yes. Moisture that lingers in a puff can be a breeding ground for bacteria. So after rinsing it, let it dry completely by taking it out of the shower and hanging it on a hook. Or, if you are …
Question How often do I need to wash my makeup brushes? Answer Once a month is fine. Dip the brush in warm, soapy water—use shampoo or a mild bar soap. Rinse it, blot the brush with a clean towel, then use a blow-dryer to dry the bristles gently.
Question I add water to my shampoo to make it last longer. Will it clean as well? Answer If it’s a concentrated shampoo that really lathers up (and takes a lot of water to rinse out), there’s no harm in adding water, says New York City dermatologist Doris Day. A nonsudsy shampoo could become too watered down to remove oils.
Question Some creams come with a thin plastic lid under the cover. Should I keep it or toss it? Answer Keep it. Exposure to light and air breaks down many active ingredients, including vitamin C and retinol, making them inert. Also, store these products in a cool, dark place to help maintain their efficacy.
Brenda Eppersoon ( www.BrendaEpperson.com ) with Dr. Andrew Ordon from the hit show THE DOCTORS interviews Dr. Alfred Randall Moss and Dr. Anna Moss owners of the Slender Center, discussing the revolutionary new Argan skin treatment.
Dr. Moss Organic offers advanced stem cell therapy that uses organic elements such as Argan stem cells and oil from a rare Moroccan grown Argan tree and French red grapes extract.
History of the Argan TreeScientifically classified in the Plantae kingdom, the Argan tree is one of the oldest tree species in the world. The Argan tree grows specifically in the Mediterranean region.
Did you know that all plants contain stem cells? Yes it’s true, the active ingredients of Argan trees do some pretty incredible things. Especially when PhytoCell Tec(TM) Argan is appropriately applied to the skin’s Dermal layer.