My dad was diagnosed with skin cancer and had to have surgery to remove it last month. Now my desire to protect my families skin has gone into high gear and I’ve assumed the role of militant sunscreen pusher! One thing that has made it easier to protect my the skin of my loved ones is the great suncare line from JASON.
They have every product you need from lip bald to SPF 45 Sport Sunblock and they all have a yummy pina colada scent. I love how easily the products absorb no white mess just wonderfully smelling protected skin.
Fight Against Incidental Sun Exposure!
Incidental sun exposure from everyday activities such as jogging, walking, or sitting by an office window can cause significant skin damage. Did you know that skin cancer is more likely on the left side from driving! That’s why dermatologists recommend daily sun protection to fight against skin damage and pre-mature signs of aging!
JASON Sunblocks offer an array of sunscreens for everyone—whether you’re a sports enthusiast or a mom running after her active kids, protect yourself from those harmful rays and make JASON Sunblock a beauty essential!
Sport Natural Sunblock SPF 45…………$11.95
Family Natural Sunblock SPF 45 ………$11.95
Facial Natural Sunblock SPF 20…………$11.95
Kids Natural Sunblock SPF 45………….$11.95
Mineral Natural Sunblock SPF 30………$14.95
Lip Balm SPF 25…………………………..$4.95
JASON Natural is sold at Jason-natural.com or your natural foods retailers
The temperature is heating up just like summer’s color trends – bright colors and bronze beauty! To help you get ready for the sultry days of summer, Elizabeth Arden is introducing our NEW Ceramide Ultra Lipstick and a NEW limited edition color collection – Bronze in Bloom!
Color Intrigue Eyeshadow Quad – $30 – Limited Edition – Blue Breeze – coordinated hues of blue. These two quads include shadows ranging from dark blues to metallics and lilac hues for bright summer eyes.
Color Intrigue Eyeshadow Quad – $30 – Limited Edition – Golden Lilac – with shades ranging from the softest lavender to midnight grey.
Smoky Eyes Powder Pencil – $16 – in Black Violet or Blue Sky – long wearing cream pencil with a soft, powder finish. These ultra-blendable and long-lasting liners give amazing definition to eyes and add an unexpected pop of color.
Pure Finish Mineral Cheekcolor – $28 – in Sun-kissed Rose or Sun-kissed Coral – a microlight mineral cheek colour. Comes with its own mini angles kabuki brush for perfect application. This freshly ground blush comes in a beautiful coral shade, perfect for a natural looking glow.
High Shine Lip Gloss – $15 – Tropicoral – for a brilliant shine! This beautiful coral shade looks great on all skin tones and is the perfect finishing touch to a bronze glow.
Also available is:
Pure Finish Mineral Bronzing Powder – $38 – in Medium – includes a mini folding kabuki brush that fits into compact.
Ceramide Lash Extending Tretment Mascara – $20 – in black or brown
Face Powder Brush with Folding Mini Face Brush – $28
Need help putting it all together? Check out Celebrity Makeup Artist Brett Freedman’s tips here on how to get the look!
Pregnant women are being warned off beauty products amid fears they could lead to birth defects.
Growing concerns over the effects of chemicals such as parabens, commonly used in cosmetics as a preservative, and phthalates, used in hairspray, have led to calls for a new EU-wide cosmetics labelling system.
The move follows the publication of a study which found that women exposed to high levels of hairspray during pregnancy were twice as likely to have babies born with hypospadias, a condition in which the urinary tract grows on the underside of the penis.
High levels of phthalates, also used to soften plastics such as PVC, have been found to affect hormone levels, while parabens have been the subject of concern since 2004, when a study claimed to have detected parabens from deodorants in cancerous breast tissue.
The French government announced last week that the country’s health authorities were considering a labelling system for cosmetics that would indicate whether or not products were safe for pregnant women.
But the UK government said that the EU should address the issue as a whole, adding it to a range of changes currently being made to the European Cosmetics Directive.
Professor Paul Elliott, who led the Imperial College study into the use of hairspray during pregnancy, backs the introduction of a labelling system.
He told the Independent on Sunday: ‘Labels enable people to make informed choices. In the vulnerable period of pregnancy, it makes sense for people to reduce their exposure to harmful chemicals.
‘It is part of a broader discussion about minimising chemical exposure in early pregnancy.’
Professor Steve Field, chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners, added:
‘Women who are planning to conceive or who are in the first three months of pregnancy should look at what they are using.
‘The cosmetics industry needs to look at this and clearly label their products. Anything like this raises concerns, but I don’t think people should panic.’