By, Sharon Curtis
When I first heard about this moisturizer I was instantly fascinated by the name, ‘The Cure’. Wow what does it do?
I’ve been lucky enough to sample my own jar and wanted to share some information on this revolutionary moisturizer.
From Natura Bisse: "The Cure is a generation of cosmetics specifically designed to counteract skin damages caused by our hectic, modern lifestyle."
Basically, this moisturizer is a preventative, anti-aging moisturizer with a ton of benefits: Protects from "oxidative stress" and DNA damage, promotes clear skin and a radiant complexion, detoxifies impurities in the skin, promotes quicker recovery of sensitized skin, restores softness, and much more….
I’ve only been using it for about a week and I love it! I will keep you up-to-date on the long term benefits I see.
The Cure retails for $190 and is available at Naturabisse.com, Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Barney’s New York.
SpectraGenics is set to roll out a brand new at-home laser hair removal device that promises dermatologist office results for a fraction of the price and convenience of home use.
The new device called Tria is the first laser hair removal device to be approved by the FDA for home use.
The retail price in the U.S. will be $995, which is actually not a bad price considering how much it costs for waxing and in-office laser hair removal. A full course of treatment requires about six or seven sessions at three week intervals.
Unfortunately, the Tria can only be used by people with light to medium skin tones and dark hair. Dark skin can absorb too much of the lasers energy and damage the skin. The device has a technology that will only turn on if it detects a suitable skin tone.
Tria will be available summer/fall 2008 and will be sold at Bergdorf Goodman, Fred Segal and Bliss Spas.