BB Creams. They are the Beauty Balm of the Western world and the Blemish Balm or Bablesh Balm of the East. There is a lot of buzz about BB creams in recent times. They are the latest sensation in Cosmetic industry, with a promise of versatility. A single container of BB cream can replace many tubes and bottles of moisturizer, primer, sunscreen, skin treatment, concealer, and foundation! These claims are made with good foundation( pun unintended), for, authentic BB creams of today, have strong Korean roots.
We are all born with soft, smooth, and supple skin. Our system is programmed to maintain this healthy and glowing skin for life. Why, then, do we see a steady deterioration in the tone and feel of our skin, through our growing years? Skin conditions and skin diseases that were usually associated with advancing years are now noticed frequently in many young people.
Caviar, for skincare? Sounds surprising, probably because Caviar is better recognized as the exotic, oceanic delicacy, with an exquisite flavor. It is the luxury food that has had the kings, the royals, aristocrats and tsars of the distant past (and the elite of today), hooked to its delectable taste. The lesser known fact is that Caviar extract is the best natural ingredient available to thoroughly hydrate your skin, reduce wrinkles, and firm it up!
Skin care is a must have for everybody. Each and every one of us wish to look good. If it is a work day, you will need the right type of certified organic skin care cosmetics for that. If it is a special occasion, like a wedding, that would need a different type of makeup. For natural organic skin care, there are two options – natural and cosmetic. Most of the popularly available cosmetics are chemical based.
Serum. Doesn't the word conjure up an image of a wand-waving, wicked witch, mumbling incantations at a huge cauldron of bubbling, murky liquid? Serums of the yore, both natural and concocted (pun intended), were invariably associated with inflicting harm upon unsuspecting innocents (vide Cinderella). But serums that have resurfaced in recent times are veritable boons to skincare.