Have you tried ThermaClear?

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So I recently had the chance to try the new ThermaClear acne clearing device. I was a little skeptical at how well it would work it seemed a little to easy to be true. There are a few rules as to what type of acne it works on and I don’t have many breakouts so I decided to test it on my husband. Bonus with using him as a guinea pig if anything crazy happens it’s his face not mine, I know I’m not a nice girl.

So he tried it on his acne the first night and said there was a slight sting but it wasn’t too bad it felt like a pinch. So we went to bed wondering what we would find in the morning. I was happy to find by the next day his blemish was much better and barely noticeable and by the second day it was gone. Most of his blemishes were gone completely within two days and he didn’t have to smear any chemicals on his face and hide out from the sun. I have to say for anyone who is plagued by adult acne I think this product is worth the splurge.

The ThermaClear Difference

ThermaClear puts you in charge of your skin again, with safe, effective, powerful, pimple-fighting technology that defeats pimples at their source. Lotions and cleansers can take up to 8 weeks to work and they don’t get rid of the pimples you already have. And let’s face it. Those are the pimples that really matter.

How ThermaClear Works
ThermaClear treats the pimples you already have. During the TWO SECOND treatment time, the device delivers a controlled burst of healing thermal energy that reaches deep beneath the surface of your skin, neutralizing the bacteria causing the pimple. This speeds the healing process, so you get CLEARER SKIN FAST–up to four times faster. So, if you typically find a pimple lasts a week, with ThermaClear it might take only two or three days to heal.

Why You Need ThermaClear

ThermaClear’s HEAT technology is similar to laser treatments dermatologists use for mild-to-moderate acne–but you don’t have to have acne to use ThermaClear. Sometimes that one pimple can be just as annoying as a full-on breakout–and you want to get rid of it, ASAP. With this kind of powerful technology in the palm of your hand, YOU’RE IN CHARGE of your skin again.

ThermaClear is an FDA-cleared acne treatment device that offers an innovative solution for clearing mild-to-moderate inflammatory acne (i.e., pimples)

$149.95 BUY IT HERE.


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Now this is a great gift with purchase!

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Nordstrom has a great gift with purchase right now, spend a minimum of $95.00 in their beauty and fragrance section and you will be given a cute zebra clutch filled with fabulous samples. Here is a list of the great products in your gift set:

Bare Escentuals® Prime Time Foundation Primer (packette)
Bliss Thinny Thin Chin™ (packette)
Bvlgari Omnia Amethyste Body Lotion
Clarins Super Restorative Serum
Clinique High Definition Lashes Mascara
Fekkai Glossing Cream (packette)
Japonesque Snowflake Lashes
Kinerase® Intensive Eye Cream
Korres Guava Body Butter
L., a L.A.M.B. Fragrance by Gwen Stefani
Lancôme Définicils Mascara
Laura Mercier Crème Brûlée Crème Body Wash
L’Occitane Verbena Shower Gel
MD Skincare® Alpha Beta® Daily Face Peel (packette)
N.V. Perricone, M.D. Face Finishing Moisturizer with DMAE
Origins Ginger Souffle™ Whipped Body Cream
Oscar Blandi Olio di Jasmine Hair Serum
philosophy inner grace shower gel
Smashbox Lipgloss
Vera Wang Parfum

A great way to try a lot of fantastic products. One product to get you on your way to the $95 minimum, Dior’s new Holiday palette.

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Dior ‘I Love Dior’ Deluxe Holiday Palette

Love on the go. The ultimate holiday travel palette in a Dior couture-inspired compact with a charming heart locket. Holds everything you need to shine including an allover glow bronzing powder, six sensational eyeshadows, a deluxe travel-size Diorshow Mascara and Ultra Gloss for lips. What a gift.

$70.00 BUY IT HERE.


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What do you think?

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Is it just me or does this look like an ad from the early 90’s? Scarlett looks like she might have been cast in “Heathers” with her cover look. I think she is a beautiful woman but I’m just not loving the hair or makeup. If you want to try a makeup product Scarlett loves to use at home try DuWop reverse lip liner.

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Duwop Reverse lipliner

Imagine being able to easily shape your lips without the harsh edges of a lip liner. DuWop introduces Reverse Lipliner, a colorless, matte pencil that when applied to the skin outside the lips produces a perfectly shaped pout while preventing lipstick and gloss from feathering.

Reverse Lipliner’s miracle ingredient is Kombuchka™ a product based on the fermentation of black tea and a wild mushroom that originated in Tibet. Kombuchka™ has been proven to cause “lipofilling,” a reaction that restores volume to the skin in areas where more volume is needed, such as the fine vertical lines around the mouth. Tests have also shown that this magical ingredient greatly decreases the roughness of the skin, and improves its appearance. Reverse Lipliner also includes macadamia oil, cocoa butter, and vitamin E for their softening and hydrating properties.

$19.00 BUY IT HERE.


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Eva Green is the face of Dior’s new perfume, Midnight Passion.

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Eva Green opens up in the new edition of Vanity Fair:

As midnight approaches at the Palais Garnier opera house, in Paris, a grand production is just getting underway. The sweeping marble stairway of the ornate cultural landmark is lined with dozens of handsome young factota dressed in black, and a director rushes around barking out urgent instructions into his walkie-talkie. Well-heeled guests are ushered upstairs to the mezzanine level, which has been tricked out with acres of fake foliage; the sound of Garden of Eden chirruping is being piped in to set the ambience.

This little soirée is being staged by Parfums Christian Dior to “celebrate the birth of a fragrance.” The program begins with the screening of a commercial for Dior’s new scent, Midnight Poison, directed by Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar-Wai. The lavishly budgeted spot features Paris-born actress Eva Green floating through some kind of futuristic fairy-tale fantasy looking suitably ethereal in a billowing blue gown. The commercial is visually stunning, and makes about as much sense as most Wong Kar-Wai movies.

The 150 guests file into the grand hall of the opera house, and take their places at a long dining table where they tackle tricky hors d’oeuvres as a relentlessly morose soundtrack echoes around the high ceilings. The event’s M.C., with the kind of humorless gravitas that only the French can muster, announces the arrival of Mademoiselle Green, “a fascinating and free-spirited actress.” At the far end of the room, Green and Dior designer in chief John Galliano materialize inside some kind of giant snow globe. They emerge together and glide down to their positions at the head of the table.

The day after the event, Eva Green looks back at her big night at l’Opéra and agrees that “it was completely mad. In a good way, though! It’s glamour — I actually found it quite intimate; there were no cameras there.”

The 27-year-old Green is quite unabashed about lending her name to a scent—not for all the standard young-actress blather about artistic integrity and so forth. To Green, the whole idea of “keeping it real” is of no interest whatsoever.

“I love photo shoots where I can be like a pinup, not myself,” Green gushes. “Where I can be feminine, glamorous, dark … not like in real life. I hate it when you go in and they want you to be ‘natural,’ to be yourself. I just hate it. I love having fun. When they ask you to smile, I hate it. Of course I smile in my real life, but to do it on cue, that’s not spontaneous. I’d rather do something that’s like a little movie, like a little story, rather than just me — I feel naked.”

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