Product Sent for Review Affiliate Links I have combination skin. My t-zone is shiny (though this issue is much worse in the summer), and the rest of my skin is normal, bordering on dry. This combo is particularly difficult this time of year, when keeping my cheeks adequately hydrated gives me a nice, shiny nose and forehead. I’ve tried just about every silicone based foundation primer out there, and I’ve found that…well, they’re tricky. You…

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Dr. Brandt’s newest product is a rich cream meant to help you win the battle of aging! I haven’t tried this product yet, but a quick glance at what is in it shows me that is has peptides and antioxidants. In addition, Dr. Brandt states that this product is for those with dry skin, meaning it is very hydrating product, and will help plump up your skin helping with those fine lines we all develop…

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I have a confession, I was going to be a neurologist. And I hated learning about neurotransmitters in medical school. Strange, huh? Yet, here I am with a beauty blog, writing about neurotransmitters! What are they? Little chemicals that are released by the neurons or nerves, they travel across the great unknown to their target (usually another nerve or neuron, but sometimes part of a gland or maybe even a muscle), where the neurotransmitter makes…

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Now, if you want to add anti-oxidants to your skin care routine, pretty much any of the Dr. Brandt products will have you covered. But, if you really want to add a big punch of anti-oxidants, I have to recommend the c-gel. A quick glance at the list of ingredients below will show you just the sheer number of antioxidants in this gel. Dr. Brandt recommends applying gels and serums to your skin before you…

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Laser in a Bottle is an interesting product. This is a light moisturizer chock full of anti-oxidants, but with the addition of Hyaluronic Acid this lotion promises to tighten and tone your skin. Unfortunately Hyaluronic Acid is pretty large, and it can’t really penetrate down into the skin, but what it can do (and it can do it very well) is sit on the surface of the skin, holding on to moisture, and creating a…

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