Monday, November 12, 2007

Welcome to Dr. Brandt Week!



I know, you are saying to yourself, another theme week? Yup! This week we'll be looking at some of the most popular skin care products from the Dr. Brandt line, and I have to tell you that you'll want to pay attention because these products work, and they are genius! I think there is a reason Dr. Brandt has perfect skin in this picture, and the reason is not Photoshop! Dr. Brandt is a renowned expert in anti-aging, and he is the dermatologist for stars like Gwyenth and Madonna.

This week I'll be reviewing a lot of Dr. Brandt's products:
r3p Cream
Laser Tight
Crease Release
"c" Gel
Anti-Oxidant Water Booster
Pores No More
Microdermabrasion

One thing I know that I'll be picking up sometime soon from Dr. Brandt is his book, which has been called "Required Reading" by New Beauty Magazine, and I have to think that they are likely right! In his book Dr. Brandt reviews anti-aging from how it happens to all sorts of things you can do to fight it. He includes little tips like what order to apply your skin care products and tells you all the details you need to know about whether skin treatments actually work!

If you are lucky enough to live in Florida, you can meet Dr. Brandt himself at a book signing!


Saturday, November 17, 2007
4:00 - 6:00 p.m
Borders
9205 S. Dixie Highway
Miami, FL

2 comments:

jeni said...

I think that's the only skin care book I haven't read yet! I will have to check it out - I know I have it on my wishlist.

Anonymous said...

I have used his 'c' gel and one thing I will suggest is that you shake the bottle before squeezing some of the gel out. If you don't, you will end up using all the good liquid-y part first and be just left with a funny-smelling gel moisturiser.

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