Thursday, April 11, 2013

Dr. Oz: The truth about cosmetics. What the beauty industry doesn’t want you to know. What works and what doesn’t

Today I was watching Dr. Oz and he was doing a segment on the secrets the beauty industry does not want you to know. There were a lot of interesting information so I am going to share some of it with you.

Dermatologist approved claims:
When a product claims that it is dermatologist approved it does not meant that a team of doctors approved it, it could mean that just one doctor approved it. The claim “dermatologist approved” is a marketing gimmick to encourage people to buy the product.

Hypoallergenic claims:
When a product claims that it is “hypoallergenic” it does not mean that it will prevent you from breakouts or allergic reactions. Many products claim to be hypoallergenic but legally it does not mean anything.
If the product contains alcohols and fragrance it could potentially cause you to breakout.

The truth about eye creams:
“Eye creams are just glorified moisturizers” according to the doctors and specialists on Dr. Oz. They contain many of the same if not identical ingredients to regular moisturizers but they cost twice as much and come in bottles half the size.

For an effective eye cream look for the ingredients: retiniol and vitamin e.

The truth about mascara ads:
I have always know about this one; the models in the mascara ads wear false eyelashes and the products themselves could never produce the same effects for consumers. The ads make it seem like the mascara produced dramatic effects when in reality it is the false lashes that dramatize the lashes.

Expert tips on how to make your lashes look the best:
Use a primer before applying your mascara and roll the mascara brush back and forth on top of your lashes and underneath your lashes. Repeat the same technique with the mascara.

Beauty Secrets under five dollars:

Moisturizing your skin:
Instead of buying expensive moisturizers a great natural way to moisturize your skin is by using borage oil. You can also use it to moisturize your eyelashes, eyebrows, cuticles and lips. Borage oil is infused with omega oils and helps with skin irritation.

Anti- aging secret:
Meadowfoam seed is great to use as an anti-aging treatment for the skin. It absorbs easily, contains antioxidants and is soothing and healing.

Easy dark circle treatment:
Parsley pesto eye mask- a natural, easy at home remedy for dark under eye circles.
All you need is:
1 tbs of parsley
1 tbs of plain yogurt
Directions: Mix into a paste and put under your eyes for 15-20 mins until the mixture becomes hard, then rinse off.

High end hair treatments you can do at home:

Ombre:
An easy at home ombre hair dye is Loreal’ ombre hair. It cost $11 and produces expert results.

At home keratin treatments to straighten hair:
Pureology’s super relaxing smoothing serum is easy to use at home and takes 20 mins. Produces sleek straight hair.

At home gray hair treatment:
Clarol’s perfect 10 hair dye. Contains no ammonia so it does not have a disgusting smell. It is quick and easy to use taking only 10 mins.



2 comments:

  1. thanks for share....

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  2. Thanks for sharing..I consume borage oil to regulate period..borage oil much better than epo

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