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Boomstick by Cindy Joseph

I just saw advertising on amazing products "BOOMSTICK"  by  Cindy Joseph. Organic, for aging skin, very simple and easy to use. Only three products for our beauty. Nice.
Moisturizer you may use for your face, cuticles and probably the whole body. That's fine  BUT I have to remind you how important is to keep germs away from your products.
Did you know every time you dip your fingers in your pot of cream you risk infection from bacteria?

Have you ever used the little spatula that came with that expensive pot of anti-ageing face cream?

In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month - May

 In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, May, we at IMAGE wanted to highlight some products that are suitable for skin protection and also suggest a product line that has been recommended as a treatment for cancer patients.

Let’s start with our Ormedic line
We were honored when late last year, Tammy Ryan, a registered nurse and licensed esthetician, recommended Image Skincare in her article, “New Skin Care Recommendations for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy and Radiation”

Ower-the-counter cosmetic vs. Cosmeceuticals

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The FDA recognizes two categories: pharmaceutical and OTC cosmetics, which are defined as:
Pharmaceutical or drug: FD&C Act, sec. 201(g)(1)].
Topical pharmaceuticals penetrate through the layers of the epidermis and affect the structure and function of the skin (think of prescription topical steroids or Retin-A).
OTC Cosmetic: FD&C Act, sec. 201(i)].
Since many consumers “self-diagnose” when choosing a skin care product from a department/drug store, these products must be made safely. Meaning, big cosmetic companies cannot afford to have a huge number of consumers with issues from using very active products — so, that skin care product may feel good and smell good, but, most likely won’t have a lot of activity in its formulation.
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