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With the attention being paid to turmeric, it may seem the spice recently became a trusted ingredient for health, well-being and beauty. In reality, turmeric has a long, rich history. Used in India and the Middle East for thousands of years, turmeric is now one of the most highly-prized spices in the world. The Skin Authority journey with turmeric started a few years ago when the brand’s Medical Director Dr. Munish Batra shared the medicinal benefits of the spice with our team. As is common in the Indian Culture, shortly before Dr. Batra was married, his beautiful bride was painted in a paste of turmeric from head to toe. This ritual was done as a way to make her skin flawless. We saw the results on the wedding day and, with our interest spurred, our team started testing turmeric to see how it could benefit the skin. We discovered turmeric … Continue reading
Ever wonder how celebrities look so flawless (even in HD)? The top makeup artists turn to Skin Authority to prep the perfect makeup canvas. Here are the pros favorite go to products and tips: Makeup Artist Emily Hache primes her E! News correspondents’ skin with Wrinkle Reversing Serum so she has a tight, firm canvas for makeup application. Malinda Ballesteros, makeup artist for the hit Netflix series, Bloodline, swears by Skin Authority Super-C Serum to plump and firm the skin so makeup application is flawless. Dancing with the Stars makeup artist Trendee King uses Acne & Oil Control to prep the skin by removing oil and debris, while toning and calming the skin. Late Late Show with James Cordon and The Voice makeup artist Diana Oh sprays her powder brush with Moisturizing Mist before applying powder for a final result of a a dewy finish. Laurie Cocheo, makeup artist to actress Serinda Swan of the hit USA … Continue reading
It’s likely you have a specific process for applying makeup (primer first, lips last) and hair-care products. So, do you have an order with your skin-care regimen? If not, or if you simply need a refresher, layering is the word. Similar to the way you layer clothing, layering skin-care products is pretty straightforward: thinnest to thickest. The basic order is serum before lotion before cream. There are two areas that may not be quite as intuitive: SPF and oils. In the morning, you want SPF to be the last product applied before makeup. This stands true even if you are applying oil; pat the oil into skin and then apply SPF on top. At night, you want your oil to be the last product in your routine. Oils help seal in moisture and keep the water in creams from evaporating. While I’m on the subject of products: I’m often asked … Continue reading