• The Reason Why More Skin-Care Brands Are Using Algae in Their Products

    9 days ago - By NewBeauty

    Slimy seaweed brushing against our legs in cloudy water is enough to make our skin crawl, but an algae-infused serum that promises to brighten and hydrate dull skin? Sign us up.
    The Algae Effect
    Of the more than 30,000 identified species of algae, only about a dozen have been studied for their use in skin care. “Some forms of algae are the ancestors to all land plants, which shows the resilience, vitality and strength of these simple plants,” says Allison McNamara, founder of Mara Skincare. Ginger King, a cosmetic chemist with expertise in marine ingredients, says algae is a gold mine for...
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  • 10 Floral-Infused Skin-Care Products That Really Work

    10 Floral-Infused Skin-Care Products That Really Work

    9 days ago - By NewBeauty

    Flowers are capable of so much more than being great centerpieces-their extracts are full of potent antioxidants and nutrients that can do everything from brighten skin and smooth fine lines to minimize acne. These floral-forward formulas not only look pretty on our vanities, but also deliver on their claims.
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    Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturizing Cream
    A mix of calendula, chamomile and fatty acids, this cream diminishes blotchiness and strengthens the skin barrier to suppress sensitivities and irritation.
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    Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence
    Seventeen...
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