This Shinola retails for upwards of $100, even at Costco. And I’d take the odds that y’all could guess the A-Number 1 ingredient…Yup! You guessed it…Water. After that there may be some vitamin E and some other moisturizers that you can probably get for under $10 in a big tube somewhere.
I’m no doctor, but even I know that stretch marks and cellulite happen under the skin. Places where no topical anything is gonna help you. You’re better off with a deep tissue massage or the ol’ caffeine, salt or Preparation-H rubs. These can achieve either plumping or tightening of skin to temporarily lessen the look of these ‘maladies’.
But over a hundred bucks on any tube, jar or serum will probably leave you with more wrinkles than you started with.
Some surgeries and syringes may make a mark or erase some if you’re so inclined to take such a dramatic plunge, but marked-up miracle creams are bad for your pocket book and will leave you disappointed.
Jennifer Esposito on the Bonnie Hunt Show being adorable and showing us how to be thrifty, beautiful and a dangerous driver – it was a different time.
Thrift Store Shopping people…It’s not just for Halloween anymore.
Elisabeth Haterbeck is looking tired and tore-up. Typically while she sits at the Co-Host table on The View spewing hate, inaccuracies and righteousness she’s at least aesthetically bearable – NOT TODAY.
ABC Video here… Brace yourself for a jacket that was a reject from the Michael Jackson collection, the hair definitely looks like something scooped out of a bigger, better blonde’s shower drain and her face looks haggard – like maybe she was up all night waiting for Timmy to come home – not from Iraq or anything. I wouldn’t normally beat down on someone so freely…but, ummmm I watch the show so I do know how to be unreasonably angry and opinionated when only mildly provoked.
Not just for Nausea, Heartburn, Indigestion, Upset Stomach, Diarrhea anymore! Dark Circles are everyone’s vanity problem from time to time. Here’s another home remedy likely already in your medicine cabinet. (The generic stuff works too.)
The clip above from a summer episode of Rachael Ray shows some beauty/cosmetics recycling ideas.
Facial Mask from your kitchen Recipe:
1 tsp. olive oil or moisturizer
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. lemon juice (Margarita limes work just fine)
Mix thoroughly, gently rub onto face and neck, wait 20-60 mins., rinse off.
The salt is to exfoliate & detoxify, citrus exfoliate & firm, oil lubricate & moisturize.