Category : Health and Wellness

  • Posted on Saturday, September 14 th, 2013 at 12:47 pm by Robb Sledman

    Sun or Age Spots? Dr. Oz talks about using Vitamin C Serums

    To view video with Dr Oz and Guest Surgeons go to  http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/1-secret-ingredient-youthful-skin-pt-2 Wendy’s Blog – When I wasn’t even 10 years old I remember using lemon lemon juice to try and get rid of my freckles.  In my 20s, I realized I actually liked my freckles – they are cute and to some even sexy!!  But with age and years of sun abuse as a teenager some freckles grew bigger and uglier, we call this sun or age spots as we get older. ...

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  • Posted on Friday, February 01 st, 2013 at 9:41 am by Robb Sledman

    Collagen Serum

      Visage de Bebe has added a Second Serum to it’s line-up of products.  Our goal is to bring only the best products to the market and those which make up a complete skincare regime for the everyday woman who is on the go. Our Collagen Serum retails at $59 and it should be applied as your 2nd step after your Vitamin C Serum.  Note: People who are unable to use Vitamin C Serums due to skin sensitivities will find this to be the perfect alternative. Our Collagen Serum has Essentia...

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  • Posted on Thursday, January 31 st, 2013 at 10:09 am by Robb Sledman

    Food Antioxidants for Great Skin and Anti-Aging

    Can Antioxidants really make a difference? Have you ever wondered if eating foods high in antioxidants will better your health or make you age better in the long run?  If you have then this post will answer some of it for you – here’s the What, Why and Where of Food Antioxidants. The ‘What’ – Let’s face it, there are articles and studies galore telling us that all the ‘ready-made fast foods’ are full of preservatives that aren’t good ...

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  • Posted on Friday, November 02 nd, 2012 at 10:15 am by Robb Sledman

    Dr Oz #1 Secret to Anti-Aging is Vitamin C Serum

    Drop a Decade off your Face. Dr. Oz consulted with the nation’s top plastic surgeons to find alternatives to popular cosmetic surgical procedures. Safer, cheaper and easier than a face-lift or chemical peel, these secrets can help drop a decade from your face Take 10 years off your face today with these easy and effective Oz-approved secrets. Secret #1: Vitamin C Vitamin C is critical for your body and plays an important role in maintaining healthy, resilient skin. While young skin is full of...

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  • Posted on Monday, October 08 th, 2012 at 9:41 pm by Robb Sledman

    Why is a Vitamin C Serum so Important for Anti-Aging?

    Why is a Vitamin C Serum so Important for Anti-Aging? As age creeps in we start looking for the ‘Fountain of Youth,’ whether it’s through new skincare products or healthier living, our hope it to slow down the process of aging.  The increased popularity of skincare serums has proven effective in keeping us looking youthful and fabulous.  Serums are amazing products, which by nature of their consistency are able to travel deeper into the layers of our skin compared t...

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  • Posted on Saturday, February 18 th, 2012 at 5:25 pm by Robb Sledman

    The Magic Ingredient Behind Flawless Skin

    It’s powerful. It’s potent. It’s vitamin C. While consuming the powerhouse ingredient is well and good, applying vitamin C topically is the most effective way to reap the benefits for your skin. Watch as we chat with Los Angeles aesthetician, Gina Marí, an expert at the forefront of skincare technology and advanced science. She shares how to use the ingredient to suit individual skin care concerns and shares secrets for vibrant, glowing skin. ↑

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  • Posted on Saturday, February 18 th, 2012 at 5:19 pm by Robb Sledman

    Dr. Oz’s Beauty Book

    Besides using a sunscreen that is right for your needs, Dr. Oz says there are three other things you need to do to make sure your skin is beautiful. The first key is making sure you get plenty of vitamins A, C and E—through diet and nutrient-rich creams. “Those are the key antioxidant vitamins. But they’re also important, especially vitamin A, because they block some of the bad things happening underneath,” he says. “And they help rejuvenate—turn on cells that make m...

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