Skin Care Buyers Very Engaged Online, Via Mobile, Says New Report

Skin care buyers very engaged online

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Tatcha Skincare rediscovers ancient beauty secrets (Video)

Make the following pack – 2 tsp fuller’s earth 2 drops of clove oil Mix this with rose water and apply on the pimples. Let dry and wash off with fridge cold water. Be careful when using clove oil as even a little extra in quantity will tend to burn the skin. For this I suggest that you put up with the tingling looking skin. Do send me your feedback! About the Author Suparna Trikha has been extensively working with a well-known beauty expert for many years. However, she was always inclined towards the use of herbal products. With this concept in mind, she started India’s first 100% natural skin & hair center – ‘Suparna’s Aaveda’, that dealt with skin and hair problems the natural way, without the use of any chemicals or synthetics. Suparna has been a regular beauty columnist with The Telegraph, Savvy, Sahara, Hindustan Times and has given expert advice to magazines like Femina, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire, to name a few.
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She’s the best advert! Miranda Kerr glows as she continues charm offensive in Japan while launching her own skin care range

All white: Miranda completed her look wearing a pair of white stiletto heels

25%) and participate in social media (75% vs. 53%). Regular sunscreen lotion buyers are more apt to visit the Facebook page of a retailer to find special offers versus the general population (52% vs. 34%). The beauty of the reports findings is that it spotlights a tremendous opportunity for marketers to use interactive advertising in new and exciting ways to reach this audience, said Sherrill Mane, senior vice president, research, analytics and easurement, IAB. Frequent purchasers of skin care and sun care products are heavily immersed in digital media across devices indicating a crucial need for advertisers to make sure digital is a major part of their media mix. The report also showed that frequent skin care buyers leverage mobile screens more as well: Skin care enthusiasts are heavier mobile app users than the typical population, with 76% purchasing apps versus 57% of the general population, and entertainment apps being the most popular (72% among frequent skin care buyers vs. 56% for average adults). One in four (25%) researches beauty products on a mobile connected device, while merely 8% do so within the general population. Similarly, one in five (20%) have purchased beauty products on their mobile device, in sharp contrast to only 6% among average adults.
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So its no surprise that Miranda Kerr just uses herself when it comes to promoting her organic skin care range Kora Organics. The mother-of-one, who has been in Japan for a few days, topped her previous pretty ensembles cutting a chic figure in her fitted dress while launching her range on Monday. Thank you: Miranda Kerr looked stunning as she promoted her skin care range Kora Organics in Japan on Monday Showing how fashion forward she is the 30-year-old wore the interestingly cut black and white Roland Mouret wool dress featuring a one shoulder detail. Mia senorita! Joey Essex enjoys single life as he is spotted romancing a mystery Spanish beauty Fitting her famous figure perfectly she teamed the dress with a pair of white stiletto heels that showed off her slender calves. Her dark brown hair was of course styled immaculately falling to one side of her neck but it was her stunning face which took centre stage. Fashionable: Miranda wore a dress with a very interesting cut which really flattered her figure All white: Miranda completed her look wearing a pair of white stiletto heels The model accentuated her eyes with soft smoky eye make-up and she wore a splash of pink lipstick on her lips. After her busy day Miranda took to Twitter and wrote: Launching @koraorganics in Japan today!! Just finished a great interview and shoot with @voguejapan Products available at Isetan Shinjuku, Ginza Mitsukoshi, Cosme Kitchen & Anima Its not been all work for Miranda during her time in Japan, she spent Saturday exploring the city by helicopter. Passionate: Miranda, who usually just stands looking pretty, clearly enjoyed getting the chance to talk about something she loved What a trip: Miranda was delighted as she launched her range which helps keep her looking so fresh The stunner arrived at Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan on Thursday, wearing a low-cut, orange dress with Asian theme and pebble-print heels. The Aussie wore movie-star sunglasses as she smiled for photographers and posed with the hoardes of fans who greeted her. She tweeted: ‘Thank you for my warm welcome at the airport in Japan.’ On Friday Miranda attended the Samantha Thavasa Ladies Tournament at Eagle Point Golf Club in Ami, Ibaraki, Japan. Up, up and away: Miranda spent her day on Saturday exploring by helicopter Speaking about her skin care range back in May of this year the star, who is married to Orlando Bloom, said: ‘KORA Organics is a reflection of my passion for living a healthy, balanced organic lifestyle that I want to share.
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TATCHAs special formulas pay homage to the icon of Eastern beauty and its own storied heritage. The science Now the secrets of the geisha live on through a proprietary process involving the most precious green teas, Okinawa red algae, rice bran and other time-tested ingredients. HADASEI-3 Bioactive Complex is a proprietary anti-aging complex of: Okinawa Red Algae Extract – a vital source of beterhelin, a natural polysaccharide proven to enhance the skins barrier function for long lasting moisture retention and texture improvement. Japanese Rice Bran Extract -prized for centuries as a rich source of inositol, a multitasking active which is at once a powerful anti-oxidant and nourishing moisturizer. Green Tea Complete DNA Extract – extremely rich in EGCG and 14 times more potent than traditional green tea extracts, and five times more potent than Vitamin C in protecting against UV-induced oxidative damage, a leading contributor to premature skin aging. “Together, these time-tested ingredients enhance the skins natural beauty, promote nourishing moisturization and help reduce the signs of premature aging for truly pure, polished, radiant and supple looking skin,” says TATCHA Founder Victoria Tsai. Naturally beautiful All of the TATCHA products are non-irritating, dermatologist tested and safe for even sensitive skin. They are formulated without mineral oil, synthetic fragrances, sulfate detergents, parabens, PEGs, PPGs, urea, DEA, TEA or phthalates. The products The TATCHA line includes cleansers, exfoliates, serums and treatments, moisturizers, eye care, lip care, travel and gift sets, and more. One customer called the company’s One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil, “My favorite makeup remover.” The customer, named Brenda, goes on to say, “I love this makeup remover!
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5 Skincare Tips To Avoid Acne Breakouts In The Summer (VIDEO)

Print Summer skin should radiate health and beauty, making us all but forget about the dry, scaly winter its just been through. But for many people, summer does not bring forth the fabled glow. Instead were left with breakouts from the humidity, and as we try to keep our skin protected with lashings of sun cream, we develop more of an oily sheen than a dewy radiance. Sun cream, humidity and perspiration can cause blocked pores [REX] So we asked Donna Glazer , skin educator and facialist, how to help keep our skin cool in the heat. She tells us: When the weather is hot, less really is more. You may need to change your day cream to a lighter one, or maybe only use it once a day. During the day if you get sweaty and hot, spritz your face with a toner or rose water as this will keep your skin cool and fresh without irritating it.” [Celeb beauty bargains under 10] Sun protection All skincare experts insist that we should be wearing sun cream to ward off the aging effects of the sun, but many of the higher factor face protectors can be a problem for sensitive skins. The best way to look after your skin while away is to use a broad spectrum sun cream, Donna agrees. You may need to try several if yours is causing spots. Donna is refreshingly pragmatic about the sun. You have be careful but you also have to enjoy your life and your holiday. If you have noticed that your sun cream has brought you out in spots, either apply little and often so it doesnt clog up your pores, or avoid it by wearing a hat and keeping in the shade. She also reminds us that no sun cream completely blocks the sun and it’s impossible to completely prevent your skin being exposed to UV rays in daylight. Not to mention, not much fun.
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Want clearer skin? Miranda Kerr talks us through her own skincare routine

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Summer skincare: Beating breakouts and shine

Miranda Kerr talks us through her own skincare routine Fri, Jul 26, 2013 12:49 BST Print Miranda Kerr ‘s angelic beauty in part pays thanks to her perfectly flawless face. Have you ever seen even a hint of a blemish on that skin? So when the model revealed her entire skincare regime – in detail – to beauty blog, we were ready to pounce with notebooks in hand. “For cleansing, my routine has always been pretty easy. I believe in simple steps: cleanse, exfoliate, tone, moisturise, and a mask once a week. “Every morning, I wash my face with the Kora Organics Cream Cleanser, and I use the Foaming Cleanser at night to remove makeup. Then I spray the Energising Citrus Mist. “My moisturiser depends on the state of my skin, so sometimes I’ll use Soothing Day and Night Cream, or, if I’m having a bit of a breakout, I’ll use Purifying Day and Night Cream. “Luxurious Rosehip Oil is also amazing at night, so I’ll wear that on my faceit’s great for age preventionand body.” Apart from the the fact that when Miranda says ‘simple’, she obviously means ‘religiously thorough’, we think this is something we could replicate, no? What does your own skincare regime look like? Helen Mirren lived up to her reputation as a style icon as she outshone ladies half her age on the red carpet at the London premiere of ‘Red 2’ Watch now
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I simply can’t see myself spending ten minutes applying a complicated range of skincare products each morning. I’m more than happy to slap a bit of something or other on my cheeks while showering, but I don’t want to overthink things. Besides, what if I toned or moisturised before I cleansed by mistake, and the entire process fell to pieces like a US whistleblower’s asylum application. I said I’d think about it, and went back to staring at the shelf, trying to make sense of it all. The twenty-cent piece-sized area of my hand where she had applied all the products felt great, admittedly, but strange. It was almost too pure, like it was the hand of an 11 year old choirboy. The shop assistant’s chemistry experiments on my hand involved a mere fraction of the products on offer for men. The shelf also contained body cream and shaving cream and shaving oil and post shaving cream and eye cream and eye depuffifier (that’s not a word but it promised to do that!) and foot cream and anti-wrinkle cream which I can’t for the life of my imagine any man purchasing, but perhaps they do. In the end, after reading every single label on every single product, I bought a small bottle of moisturiser to try on my dry skin and a small tube of face stuff that seemed like it had a bit of everything in it, including suncream.
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