Tender Toner Without That Astringent Sting

By Marci Robin February 15, 2011
When you think of toner, do you words like “stinging” and “irritation” come to mind? You’ve probably been using a formula that’s too astringent for your sensitive skin. But that […]

Discoloration Is Determined By Your Skin Tone

By NewBeauty Editors January 25, 2011
Discoloration, also known as hyperpigmentation, can arise from a variety of different aggressors. Lighter skin doesn’t contain very many melanocytes or melanin (which is responsible for giving skin and hair […]

Peptide-Packed Patches For Under-Eye Improvement

By Marci Robin January 24, 2011
Skin isn’t like fabric-you can’t just patch it up when it starts showing wear and tear. Or can you? In a way, yes. Comfort Zone, one of the most celebrated […]

The Five Main Signs Of Sun Damage

By February 23, 2010
Sun damage doesn’t happen overnight. Repeated exposure to UVA rays is responsible for aging, since they penetrate deep within the skin, breaking down collagen and inhibiting the production of healthy […]

Intense Pulsed Light For Intense Redness

By NewBeauty Staff July 14, 2009
To relieve red, blotchy skin, your doctor may suggest a series of intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments, also known as photorejuvenation. Performed by a dermatologist or plastic surgeon with a […]

A Calming, Contouring Eye Cream

By July 2, 2009
Regardless of skin type, the eye area is the most delicate skin on your face. So if you have reactive skin, there’s a decent chance you’ll show much of your […]

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