Night Facial Oil Recipe for Anti Aging - Natural Organic Skincare - Make your own skincare oil blend

If  you're not using oil at night (over the age of 39), you're missing out on a wonderful, deeply nourishing, inexpensive and natural moisture solution for aging skin. I often use a serum and then pat a light oil on top. My skin is super soft and (relatively) line/wrinkle free. I highly recommend this recipe. Once you buy all the ingredients, you'll have enough to make numerous batches. Use Lavender scent only if you like -- you can use others or none at all. Get all ingredients at: Sleep is regenerative for our minds, bodies, and skin. This Good Night facial oil blend is designed to help nourish your skin while you sleep so you can look your best when you wake! Equipment You'll Need ·Mixing bowl or bottle ·Measuring items

FREE Microcurrent Training - At Home Firming of Lips, Eyes, Jowl, Jaw, Cheeks

Microcurrent at Home: Is it really possible to lift and tone your face? An Esthetician's take on NuFace, Clareblend Mini, At Home Devices

Is it possible to really lift and tone your face at home?
Of course, many gadgets now exist and are pletiful on the market.
However, price and convenience are considerations.
Plus, the fact that many are made overseas and often arrive without coherent instructions, ability to return if malfunctioning or just not of the quality you would hope for.
NUFACE - FACEMASTER - MYOLIFT - LYFT  are just a few of the well-known brands and devices that will help you
your face, eyes, jowl/jawline, nasolabial, forehead, etc.
I've tried two of them (actually three, but LYFT was under another name/distributor).
All work just fine and each have their caveats. Let's first talk about:
Readily available Made in USA Heavily marketed Lots of online "training"
Rather pricey Heavily marketed (yes, pro and con) Issues with item (see below) Add-ons required to do certain parts of the face (more $$$$)

I have had a NUFACE, first a full -sized and now a MINI.

I enjoyed the fi…

HGH over 40 - A viable supplement for anti-aging?

An Anti-Aging HGH Item Exclusive

Anyone that has actually ever been seriously concerned with aging has probably explored the worlds of an anti-aging HGH item. HGH or Human Growth Hormone, is a hormonal agent utilized by the body to promote advancement. The hormonal agent is particularly linked to development, and the advancing modifications that trigger a child to progress to their adult years.

What does HGH have to do with anti-aging, and why would someone make an anti-aging HGH item? It can particularly target metabolic body functions, and help control our body's response to keeping fat, suggesting the use of HGH can trigger a boost of metabolic function, and an accelerating of fatty breakdown.

The Reason Behind It

Why make an anti-aging HGH product? Since people desire to look and FEEL more youthful, the answer you will most likely hear when you ask somebody is. Numerous studies show that HGH can produce this effect to a good degree. In the last few years with the improvement of me…

Fastest way to look 10 years younger (or even just 5) - Get that celebrity glow

Take 10 Years Off: The Best Exfoliation Method
You know how all celebs seem to glow?

What they do to get it: EXFOLIATE!

I've tried them all: microdermabrasion (at home, salon and physician office types), scrubs, peel, gommage, fruit acids, milk acids, etc., etc. The best I've found so far has to be the chemical (glycolic) peel. There are other types of chemical peel (AHA, Jessner, TCA, etc.), but for me it's glycolic all the way. Why?

It's cheap, it's easy, result appear immediately and are cumulative, little irritation and/or peeling occurs (when done correctly), and it's readily available. I buy mine online and work with either a mixable formula where I can dilute or strengthen the formula based of the activator used or a straight 40% or 50% glycolic. Don't use anything stronger on your facial skin. You just don't need it and it can cause burns and scarring. The ebay glycolics of 70% or more are for your body skin (heels and other tough skin areas) and …

Over 40 Eyes - Quick Tip: Make Eyes Appear Uplifted in 30 seconds (Makeup Artist Tip + Cheap Product that Works Great)

Quick Tip: Make Eyes Appear Uplifted in 30 seconds
Need a quick tip to make your eyes appear uplifted?

Use a concealer at the outer corner of your eyes. We know we need it in the inside corners to cover that dark, hollow look we all get. However, using the concealer just under your outer lower lashes and extended upward and out slightly beyond your eye line. Be sure to blend well. Use a lighter color than you use on the rest of your face (gives a nice bright glow). Note about this: Do not use white or a color drastically lighter, just a shade lighter.

This tip works best if you use a makeup brush. Draw a line of concealer under your outer (only) lower lashes and out beyond your eye line. Use a sponge to blend. Dab a little light powder on it for staying power (Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder works well).

And, as always, curl your lashes before applying mascara. This really does help make your eyes appear wide open. I use a drugstore-brand curler (Revlon) and warm it a bit with …

HONEST UNPAID Beauty Review: Dr. Graf Skin Deep & Dr. Brandt Lasertight

HONEST UNPAID Beauty Review: Dr. Graf Skin Deep & Dr. Brandt Lasertight



Here are a couple review of products used by the over 40 set and what I think of them (for what it’ worth). I’ve used them each several times, followed directions and carefully noted results.

Dr. Brandt Laser in a Bottle–Lasertight
OK, first of all, yikes! The pricetag for this stuff at most retail outlets will be over $100.00. You can find it cheaper on the web, but it’s still a lot of money for the quantity. That said, I have used a few pricey products over the years that are worth the money (or close to it, anyway). I’m not a bargain-hunter per se, but I do know that a lot of ingredients in these pricey products are the same stuff in the drugstore brands. However, they do also usually contain higher priced ingredients. The real “ingredient” you’re paying for is the packaging, marketing, etc.

Dr. Brandt Lasertight is a delicate pink liquid dispensed from a…