The Organic Pharmacy Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 30: This light, hydrating SPF 30 cream smooths right into skin, and it’s brilliant for face or body. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide block both UVA and UVB, while shea butter, aloe, rosehip, and calendula nourish skin. 4 oz.
Duck boots have had their fun, and while Ugg boots are warm and fuzzy, they're not quite office appropriate—it's time snow boots got a chic update. As a recently new New Yorker, I've been on the hunt for equal parts stylish and super warm cold weather boots for my morning commute. And guess what? I found the best winter boots for women without sacrificing my sartorial splendor. Whether it's date night, an important meeting, or your daily schelp to work, these snow boots will keep your toes cozy through the snowy season.
Just the idea of adding more layers to your skin care routine can make anyone who is blessed with oily skin cringe. Don't dismiss primers, though, as they can keep your makeup from slipping and smudging through the day—you just have to find the right one. Focus on finding oil-free primers (duh, right?) that tackle shine, and apply before foundation all over your face or just to the trouble areas like your T-zone. And there's a primer perfect for you, no matter your budget.
We've created a list to find the best primer for oily skin across four budget categories: the Splurge-Worthy, that centers on luxury brands $45+; the Treat Yourself zone that hovers around $30; Wallet-Friendly for around $20, and the Super Steals you can snag for less than $10. Now you can look fresh-faced even when the temperatures start scorching in the summer.
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We're all looking for our skin care mecca--that holy grail product that will dry up our acne, hydrate our skin, hide those crows feet, and simultaneously make our face radiant, supple, and flawless. Tons of products claim to do all these things. And as much as we love trying the newest product on the shelf, we may be doing it wrong. It's possible that instead of using the most expensive, luxurious products possible, the solution to our skin care blues might be to simplify. This summer we're heading back to basics with organic skin care.
There's something about cream blush that just sings spring! It looks effortless, natural, and healthy--everything you want on a beautiful spring day. So, what better time of year to show you how to apply cream blush?
Sun protection can sometimes seem like a hassle. First there’s like three types of sunscreen (face, lips, body) and then you have to reapply what seems like every five minutes. But sun protection that justifies a new accessory purchase and looks totally chic? That’s one we can get on board with. So we found 12 cute hats—from floppy hats to fedoras to baseball caps—that will not only protect your pretty face, they’ll make your outfit as well!
The real difference between BB and CC creams—and 5 reasons you need one.
Not to bum anyone out too badly, but we're in what is called "the dead of winter." Speaking of dead, unless your skin has seen a tropical vacation recently, that's likely how it's looking. Don't worry: We have some self tanner and makeup tips to have you looking sun-kissed without hitting the salon.
There are dramatically different ways to approach a skincare regimen. Some women simply cleanse, moisturize only once per day, or use a single all-purpose product, while some women have an arsenal of creams and serums that they apply at specific times of the day under specific circumstances. What's the difference between day and night creams and do you really need both?
If you're making one of these mistakes, you could be in for a long, painful summer in the sun.
It's FINALLY summer (TG) but with added sunshine comes an array of beauty struggles us girls have to deal with this season. From sun damage to humidity, here are 10 of the worst summer beauty struggles all girls know too well.
I suspect that a large number of women out there have an exaggerated idea about the size of their pores--pore dysmorphia, if you will. They look at their faces and see large, gaping holes where microscopic dots should be, and so they slather their skin with every pore-refining cream available, desperate to shrink them into obscurity. If you ask any woman, regardless of skin type, whether she'd prefer her pores to look smaller, the answer is most likely going to be yes. Otherwise, there wouldn't be nearly as many pore-minimizing products on the market. But is it actually possible to permanently reduce their size?
My eyes are my favorite feature, and I love to play them up using eyeliner, eye shadow, and mascara. I’ll be the first to admit that choosing the best eyeliner can be difficult simply because there are so many different options available. When choosing a user friendly, everyday eyeliner the choice comes down to cream vs. pencil. This tutorial will help you weigh the options and choose the product right for you.
Just when you thought you had your sunscreen routine under control, the Food and Drug Administration had to go and change everything. Don’t worry—it’s good news! The new labeling guidelines from the FDA are aimed at making it easier for people to understand exactly what kind of protection they’re getting when they buy sunscreen. Once they’re in place, consumers will be able to make better choices about the products they use and, in turn, be able to better protect themselves against skin cancer and early aging.
Picture this: You're at the beach. The salty breeze is blowing through your hair, and the sun is shining on your face. You applied sunscreen throughout the day like a boss, except for one missed spot: the scalp. Ouch! Here's how to treat a sunburn on your scalp. Plus: Advice from the pros so you avoid making the mistake twice.
SPF can protect your skin from sun damage, but knowing what level of coverage to use, when to apply and how often to reapply will make it more effective. We've got all the info you need to know in one helpful guide.
Luxurious creams. Exclusive treatments. Scary lasers. Sure, they’ll improve your skin’s tone, quality, and texture, but that’s if you can afford them and want to wait weeks (or months) for results. What if there were things you could do right now, tonight, to make your skin look and feel better? Things that didn’t cost a nickel, and you could do with supplies you already have in your house? There are. Whether you’re just starting a skincare regimen or you want to optimize the steps you already take, here are 3 easy ways to get better skin by tomorrow morning.
FeaturesMaterial - Easy to clean, Slim, Lightweight & durable and long lasting. Sign is mounted on ABS black plastic backing.Effec...t- Ultra bright LEDs are visible over 500 feet away and in direct sunlight.Cost Effective- Minimal energy usage (~8x less than neon signs)Environmentally Friendly- "Green" alternative to other kinds of lightingFlexibility- Easy to install, display and relocate around your store. Hanging hardware & chain included.Safety- Cool to the touch and safe to handleSpecifications:-Operating voltage - 110 VAC (or 220 VAC, alternatively)-100,000 hours of operation time (10+ years!)-10 watt power consumption15"H x 27"W x 1"D read more
Zennery Certified Organic Essential Oil Zennery Certified Organic Essential Oil will help you achieve a state of relaxation while ...you enjoy the divine, fragrant combination of scents that will nourish your mind, body and spirit.Features: 100% Pure... read more
Beaver Brook Floral Essential Oil Bottle Dropper Features: A rich, exotic scent, to use on the candle as incense. The essential oi...l is derived from 100% all-natural plant sources such as flowers, leaves, and roots For use in bath & body products,... read more
Mr. Steam 10ml Breathe Essential Oil Features: Made from natural plant extracts 10ml Bottles For use with the Aromasteam steamhead... Scent: Menthol rub Product Type: Essential Oil Finish: Kilowattage: Voltage: Country of Origin: United... read more
The Organic Pharmacy Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 50: This hydrating light SPF 50 cream smooths right into skin, and it’s bri...lliant for face or body. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide block both UVA and UVB, while shea butter, aloe, rosehip, and calendula nourish skin. 4 oz. read more
What It Is: A natural mineral sunscreen that combines titanium dioxide and zinc oxide to provide protection against Uva and Uvb ra...ys. What It'S For: All skin types. What It Does: No nano particles just finely micronized minerals protect the skin from premature aging and sun damage. Also infused with Aloe, Rose Hip, Shea Butter and Calendula to nourish and protect this light cream is easily absorbed and leaves no white residue. Key Ingredients: Aloe: Calms and heals skin irritations and wounds. Z read more
A natural mineral sunscreen that combines titanium dioxide and zinc oxide to provide protection against UVA and UVB rays
Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 25 The Organic Pharmacy 3.3 oz Sunscreen For Women
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Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 25 The Organic Pharmacy 3.3 oz Sunscreen For Women
The Organic Pharmacy Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 30 is specially formulated to prevent sun damage and deliver age-fighting n...utrients deep into your skin. Micronized zinc blocks harmful UVA and UVB rays that can lead to premature aging and hyperpigmentation, while aloe and rose hip nourish and protect. Plus, it has a highly absorbable formula that leaves behind no white residue.Key Ingredients:Aloe Vera: provides relief for irritated and inflamed skinShea Butter: supports your skin's natural functions by providing important nutrients and hydrationTitanium Dioxide: reflects the sun's dangerous UV rays to guard against skin damageVitamin E: improves your skin's ability to retain moisture and block environmental damageZinc Oxide: creates a barrier against dangerous sun rays read more
The Organic Pharmacy Cellular Protection Sun Cream SPF 50 is specially formulated to prevent sun damage and deliver age-fighting n...utrients deep into your skin. Micronized zinc blocks harmful UVA and UVB rays that can lead to premature aging and hyperpigmentation, while aloe and rose hip nourish and protect. Plus, it has a highly absorbable formula that leaves behind no white residue.Key Ingredients:Aloe Vera: provides relief for irritated and inflamed skinShea Butter: supports your skin's natural functions by providing important nutrients and hydrationTitanium Dioxide: reflects the sun's dangerous UV rays to guard against skin damageVitamin E: improves your skin's ability to retain moisture and block environmental damageZinc Oxide: creates a barrier against dangerous sun rays read more
Sun Protective Cream - SPF 30 is a moisturizer for all skin types. It contains sun filters for protection against UVA and UVB rays.... Cocoa Butter and Glycerin help protect the skin’s moisture balance. Green Tea Extract, Allantoin, and Aloe Vera possess... read more
Provides reinforced sun protection (heat-resistant UVA/UVB filters). Promotes a more even tan. Protects against dehydration. Helps... prevent visible signs of premature skin aging. read more
What it is: An eye cream that helps protect your eye area from UVA/UVB rays. What it does: It helps minimize the appearance of UV-...induced lines and wrinkles, promotes resilient-looking skin and helps prevent signs of premature aging around the delicate eye area. The concentrated cream texture defends against dryness while enhancing skin's radiance. Light-diffusing powder gives a brighter look to the skin around the eye. How to use: Before sun exposure, take a small amount of cream onto your fingertips and smooth evenly around your eyes. Style Name: Shiseido Sun Protection Eye Cream Spf 34. Style Number: 5641487. Available in stores. read more
What it is: A balancing light moisturizer. Who it's for: Anyone with blemished and congested skin types. What it does: It's formul...ated with antiseptic manuka, balancing cedarwood and soothing lavender. Skin-calming echinacea and propolis make this cream highly effective in normalizing oil production and reducing flaky areas. How to use: Apply a small amount to skin after cleansing, toning and applying your face gel. Style Name: The Organic Pharmacy Manuka Face Cream. Style Number: 5463417. Available in stores. read more
What it is: A powerful anti-aging light face cream. What it does: It's rich in herbal extracts and cosmeceuticals, lifting and min...imizing pores, mopping up free radicals and reducing wrinkles. How to use: Apply every morning after cleansing, toning and repairing. Style Name: The Organic Pharmacy Antioxidant Face Cream. Style Number: 5463422. Available in stores. read more
What it is: A superb, nourishing, dual-action cream for both lips and eyes. What it does: It reduces the appearance of puffiness a...nd dark circles as well as the appearance of fine lines. It hydrates dry lips, too. How to use: Only the tiniest amounts are necessary to keep the delicate area around the eyes and mouth hydrated and protected. Use every morning at the end of your skin care routine and before your makeup. Pro tips: Apply it as a mask to lips for a full, plump look. Style Name: The Organic Pharmacy Lip & Eye Cream. Style Number: 5463414. Available in stores. read more
Cellular After Sun Cream (For Face & Body) - Tan Enhancing
This eye cream improves the look of delicate skin around the eye area while moisturizing, preventing the appearance of wrinkles an...d protecting against UVA and UVB rays. 0.6 oz. Made in Japan. read more
What It Is: A superb, nourishing, dual action cream for both lips and eyes. What It Does: Reduces the appearance of puffiness and ...dark circles. Reduces the appearance of fine lines. Hydrates dry lips. The delicate eye and lip areas need particular attention to avoid the signs of aging. Keeps the eye and lip area plump, moist and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Key Ingredients: Eye Bright: Used in the treatment of eye disorders, hence the name. Fennel: An analgesic, anti-inflam read more
As a pharmacist specializing in alternative medicine, nutrition, and wellness, Margo Marrone was appalled by the amount of toxins ...in our everyday foods and cosmetics. Recognizing the need for safe, yet effective skin care, Marrone founded The Organic Pharmacy, a line of products based in science and deeply rooted in homeopathy. This dual-action cream, which targets both lips and eyes, reduces the appearance of fine lines and provides instant, nourishing hydration. How to use: Apply a small amount every morning at the end of your skincare routine and before applying make up. read more
What It Is: A powerful anti-aging light cream that is rich in herbal extracts and cosmeceuticals. What It'S For: All skin types. W...hat It Does: Lifts and minimizes pores, mops-up free radicals and reduces wrinkles. Sicilian Lemon and Grapefruit tone and firm the skin. Oats, Ginseng and Horsetail are a few of the herbs that go into this best selling cream. Key Ingredients: Marigold: Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, soothing and healing. Stimulates cellular regeneration. Bilberry: High in antioxidant read more
Sunscreen to protect the skin from pigmentation, skin darkening, premature aging and sun damage.
Clinique Sun Spf 30 Face Cream. Innovative SolarSmart™ technology stabilizes high-level protection against the aging and burning e...ffects of UVA and UVB rays. Triggers a repair that helps prevent signs of aging. With solar-activated antioxidants that help prevent visible damage. Gentle enough for sensitive skins. Dermatologist-tested. How to use: Apply liberally before sun exposure and as needed. Reapply every 2 hours or after towel drying, swimming or perspiring. Children under 6 months of age: ask a doctor. read more
Clinique Sun Spf 30 Body Cream. Innovative SolarSmart™ technology stabilizes high-level protection against the aging and burning e...ffects of UVA and UVB rays. Triggers a repair that helps prevent signs of aging. Shields skin against environmental aggressors with an antioxidant boost. Gentle enough for sensitive skins. Dermatologist-tested. How to use: Apply liberally before sun exposure and as needed. Reapply every 2 hours or after towel drying, swimming or perspiring. Children under 6 months of age: ask a doctor. read more