Beauty Research Tackles Thinning Eyelashes
Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, recently recommended hair and eyelash thickening products from beauty brands Jan Marini and Phyto. Jan Marini offers a full range of beauty care products including serums that encourage thicker looking hair and lashes. Phyto specializes in hair care plant based hair care and offers a complete line of daily products for fine and thinning hair including shampoos, conditioners, serums, styling products and supplements.
“Thinning hair is probably one of the most (if not the most) frustrating and alarming things that can happen to anyone, but seems to be particularly devastating to women. None of us like looking in the mirror and finding new lines and wrinkles or age spots but at least those particular imperfections are easy to treat in comparison. Thinning hair on the other hand has always been quite difficult to treat in the past, but thanks to professional beauty brands like Jan Marini and Phyto, thin sparse and balding hair can now be a thing of the past!” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
See the full blog posting featuring Jan Marini and Phyto at BeautyResearch.com.
Rejuvenate Thinning Hair with Jan Marini and Phyto
Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:
Dieting? Why Choose Greek Yogurt?
“There are many reasons why one should choose Greek yogurt when perusing the dairy foods aisle in the grocery store. Greek yogurt not only tastes a heck of a lot better, it is also substantially better for you. And not just in one area, but categorically speaking as well. Greek yogurt is thicker, creamier and provides a higher level of satiation. It also contains double the protein and half the sodium. Those three things alone are enough to convert even the pickiest of yogurt enthusiasts…but there’s even more to this yummy dessert-like good-for-you nosh!.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
An Overview of Noninvasive Cosmetic Procedures
“Noninvasive and minimally invasive cosmetic treatments and procedures sometimes get meshed together when being marketed and described, and it’s fairly easy to see why they do. They both seem fairly benign when being compared and contrasted to more invasive plastic surgery procedures such as a facelift or breast augmentation, but in my opinion they should indeed be distinct within their descriptions and be two separate entities. For instance, light to medium chemical peels may be considered ‘lunchtime’ peels or touted to have little to no downtime…but in fact, a medium strength chemical peel can be quite traumatic and for all intents and purposes should be considered an invasive procedure. It is my belief that there shouldn’t be a meshing of these two terms because the bottom line is…noninvasive is indeed noninvasive, and minimally invasive is indeed minimally ‘invasive’.” – Writes Karen of Beauty Research
Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The Jan Marini and Phyto article as well as a Jan Marini and Phyto forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.