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Wanted: Beauty Product Testers!

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

For an upcoming issue, Parents is looking for moms to test out new facial skin care products. If you’re interested, send an e-mail to parentsbeautydept@gmail.com by June 24, 2014 that includes the following information:

1. Name

2. Age of your child(ren)

3. E-mail address

4. Mailing address

Important Notes

Sorry, but you are not eligible if you:

  • Are currently pregnant or are planning to become pregnant
  • Live outside the U.S.
  • Receive mail at a P.O. Box

 

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

 

Image: Woman Splashing Face With Water Above Bathroom Sink via Shuttershock

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Urban Outfitters Brings Cute Korean Beauty Stateside

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Don’t mistake these adorable fruits and veggies for a child’s play cooking set! A look inside reveals the latest skin care offerings from the store for all things quirky and cool.

 Last week, Urban Outfitters debuted its Beauty Shop at the new three-story Herald Square location in New York City—the largest one in the world. Korean brands like Tony Moly (maker of these darling delights), along with Clio, Mizon, and The Face Shop, fill up most of the shelves.

 Can’t make it to The Big Apple? You can purchase the products online and in select stores.

 Our Faves:

 

Peachy keen: This hand cream smells just like the fuzzy fruit! ($8)

Cherry picked: Packed with SPF 15, this lip balm is the perfect addition to your beach bag. ($8)

Apple a day: Keep wrinkles away with this peeling cream that reveals softer skin. ($16)

 

More summer beauty finds:

Beauty Products That Help You Beat the Heat

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Wanted: Beauty Product Testers!

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

For an upcoming issue, Parents is looking for moms with children under the age of 10 to test out new beauty products in the following categories: facial skin care, body skin care, hair, and makeup.

If you are interested, send an e-mail with Mom Tester 2014” in the subject line to parentsbeauty@gmail.com by January 22nd, 2014. Please include the following information:

1. Name
2. E-mail address
3. Mailing address
4. Age of your child(ren)
5. Your hair type (curly, wavy, straight; thick, thin)
6. Your skin type (dry, oily, combination)
7. Do you color your hair? (highlights count!)
8. Would you be willing to color your hair at home?
9. Do you have stretch marks?
10. Do you have cellulite?
11. Do you wear body sunscreen on a daily basis?
12. Please refer to the chart below and list the number that most closely matches your skin tone.

 

Important Notes

Sorry, but you are not eligible if you:

  • Are currently pregnant or are planning to become pregnant by May 2014
  • Live outside the U.S.
  • Receive mail at a P.O. Box

Also, you cannot be allergic to ingredients commonly found in cosmetics (i.e. fragrance), and must be willing to test products that don’t promote themselves as “natural” or “organic.”

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Image: Three young women applying makeup via Shutterstock

 

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Safe Body and Skin Care Products for Kids

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

It’s scary to think of all the harsh chemicals we ingest daily during harmless activities. Until recently, I didn’t even know that the shampoos, soaps, and cosmetics I was using contained ingredients that were actually dangerous for my health. Many moms are deciding not to take their chances and are instead switching to products made with natural, organic, and easy-to-pronounce ingredients for themselves and their little ones.

Gregg Renfrew, founder of Beautycounter, is one of these moms. After noticing a lack of safe yet stylish products on the market, Renfrew created the body and skin care line, which launched last spring. Renfrew’s Beautycounter products, such as the Everyday Shampoo and Conditioner, are vegan, gluten-free, and made without harmful petrochemicals. Bonus: they come in sleek, sophisticated packaging so you can feel good about replacing some of your old favorites on your vanity.

Of course, parents and their children appreciate different styles and tastes, so with that in mind, Renfrew has decided to extend Beautycounter to create Kidscounter. The line, which launched with its Bath Collection in November, is made with the same healthy goal in mind but with a kid-friendlier approach. The first three products of the kids’ line are the colorful and fruit-scented Nice Do Shampoo, Not a Knot Conditioner, and Squeaky Clean Body Wash, retailing for $16 each.

All of the Beautycounter and Kidscounter products are available for purchase at beautycounter.com or through a local Beautycounter consultant.

Image courtesy of Beautycounter

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Wanted: Beauty Product Testers!

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

For an upcoming issue, Parents is looking for moms with children under the age of 10 to test out new beauty products in the following categories: facial skin care, body skin care, hair, and makeup. If you’re interested, send an e-mail to parentsbeauty@gmail.com by January 7th, 2013 that includes the following information:

1. Name
2. E-mail address
3. Mailing address
4. Your hair type (curly, wavy, straight)
5. Do you color your hair? (highlights count!)
6. Would you be willing to color your hair at home?
7. Do you have stretch marks?
8. Do you wear body sunscreen on a daily basis?
9. Please refer to the chart below and list the number that most closely matches your skin tone.

Note: You cannot be allergic to ingredients commonly found in cosmetics (i.e. fragrance), and must be willing to test products that don’t promote themselves as “natural” or “organic.”

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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Make Your Beauty Routine Bippity – Boppity – Boo-tiful!

Monday, October 15th, 2012

We know that when moms invest in beauty products, you’re expecting them to work a little bit of magic. New lines from EOS, Sephora, and Basq are promising to do just that, all with a touch of whimsy thanks to their Disney-inspired packaging.

Using Alice in Wonderland as its muse, skin care company EOS just launched a new line of lip balms in Blueberry Potion, Sweet Vanilla Nonsense, and Watermelon Wonderland flavors. As if that’s not fun enough, the egg-shaped applicator features Mickey Mouse shaped grooves.

For a bit more of the “royal” treatment, head on over to Sephora, which is unveiling individual cosmetic lines for every Disney Princess. The three piece Cinderella collection is available now. The stunning packaging references different scenes in the film, and each shade name is based on objects or characters in the film.

Last but not least, The Disney Store recently teamed up with maternity skin care company Basq to create a line for expecting moms. Our favorite product is Pure Bliss, a lotion that chills your skin to provide relief from daily aches and pains. Now if that’s not magic I’m not sure what is!

 

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Blackheads Just Got Beautiful. Well, Sort Of.

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

The brand that brought you the miracle-on-a-strip pore cleanser 15 years ago is back with a bit more pizzazz. Using pop art as inspiration, Bioré has launched a limited-edition, eye-catching tin for its popular blemish busters. Although the packaging has gotten a retro makeover, the clinically proven formula remains the same, whisking away the dirt and debris that cause the pesky blackheads we know you love to squeeze. So for around $8 a package, why not perk up the appearance of your skin—and bathroom?

(Bioré Limited Edition Tin is available for purchase in drugstores)

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Fun Bracelets Inspired By Braces

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

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Watch out Silly Bandz—there’s a new bracelet in town. When I stumbled upon the website for Braced-Lets—colorful, collectible bracelets made with actual orthodontic braces—I knew I had to blog about them. Not only are they great for stacking and trading, they’re the perfect present for kids and preteens sporting braces (as well as those who simply worship a metal-mouthed babysitter or older sib).

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