Posts Tagged ‘Babor’

Skincare doesn’t have to cost a fortune

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

Skincare doesn't have to cost a fortune

Do you want to have skin that looks as flawless as your favorite celebrity’s without the hefty price tag? Many do, but few know about the tricks that make skincare easy and affordable. Emmy-winning makeup artist Kevin James Bennett recently opened up about some of his skincare and makeup tips that can have you looking youthful while making smart investments.

First, you should consider purchasing exfoliants and moisture masques. Getting into the habit of exfoliating daily and hydrating your skin can go a long way in preventing wrinkles and restoring that youthful glow. Be sure to always choose the best rated skin care products to avoid experimenting on your own.  Once that’s complete, you can get started on your makeup – taking advantage of a special tip that will have your foundation lasting for hours and looking natural.

“Get a good makeup fixative spray,” Bennett told Radar Online. “… Dab a moderate to full coverage foundation on your skin, but don’t blend it in. Next, lightly spritz a clean, dry synthetic foundation brush with the fixative. Use the damp brush to blend and buff the foundation into the most smooth and beautiful finish you’ve ever seen.”

Even if you use all these steps, stay cognizant of your actions to ensure you’re not unintentionally damaging skinBABOR skin care products can help you replenish your skin’s vital nutrients.

Fall makeup trends debut at New York Fashion Week

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Fall makeup trends debut at New York Fashion Week

Even though summer has yet to officially start, it's never too soon to begin stocking up on your BABOR skin care items and makeup for fall. New York Fashion Week already debuted hair and makeup styles that are expected to make headlines this coming autumn, meaning there's plenty of inspiration out there for you to use.

One trend that you might want to take advantage of when the weather cools down is the black and raspberry smoky eye, according to Glamour magazine. This look puts a twist on the traditional smoky eye by incorporating a bit of color, giving the eyes a brighter, more awake appearance.

Other colors to keep in the back of your mind include blue and gold, which were also seen at New York Fashion Week. Blue eye makeup might seem a little too bold for you, but it can be fun and flirty for weekends.

Harper's Bazaar magazine stated that wet, glossy lips are going to be popular this fall, too. Keep this in mind when summer comes to an end and you clean up your makeup bag – don't toss away your gloss just yet!

Three leading causes of female hair loss

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Three leading causes of female hair lossThough many people think that hair loss is a problem that only plagues men, the American Hair Loss Association reports that 40 percent of those who suffer from hair loss are female. According to, while there are many types of hair loss, most women are affected by one of three leading conditions.

Androgenetic alopecia, more commonly known as female-pattern hair loss, will affect 50 percent of women at some point in their lives, the news source reports. While it’s a genetic condition, factors like stress and hormones can jump-start the process.

Telogen effluvium, when a large amount of hair follicles stop growing, isn’t genetic, but it’s often triggered by an underlying cause, such as pregnancy or illness. Finally, alopecia areata, patchy bald spots, can be caused by allergica reactions within the body or an immune system imbalance.

If lifestyle factors are the cause of hair loss, the news outlet states that diet, exercise and stress reduction can reduce thinning. However, women with such conditions can also try treatments like Babor Stop Hair Loss Fluid and DS Laboratories Revita Hair Growth Stimulating Shampoo to stop hair loss.ADNFCR-3538-ID-19933274-ADNFCR

Radiate romance with a pretty pink pout

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Radiate romance with a pretty pink poutWhen applying makeup for a big night out, sometimes a touch of color is all that is needed to create a truly beautiful look. Nikki Reed embraced this philosophy when she stepped out on the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

“Nikki Reed’s dress was sweet and feminine, so I went for soft, ethereal makeup with just a touch of color on the lips,” Fiona Stiles, Reed’s makeup artist, told InStyle Magazine. She applied a matte lipstick in a ballet-pink shade to give the young starlet an “easy sweetness.”

Those who want to replicate Reed’s romantic pink pout can try out BABOR‘s Filling Lip Color in Pearly Pink. The formula possesses an intensive moisturizer that will result in fuller-looking lips, and even boasts a natural vanilla scent.

Women should select soft eye makeup that will complement their sweet and subtle smile. Ladies can apply a shimmery, neutral shadow to their lids and a high-quality mascara, like BABOR’s Classic Waterproof Mascara, which will define and lengthen lashes, and last throughout the night without smudging.ADNFCR-3538-ID-19872684-ADNFCR

Looking for a Miracle?

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Are you searching for a miracle cure that’s clinically proven to restore 70% of the skin’s elasticity in only 14 days? Astonishing enough, it’s out there.

BABOR – HSR Perfect Effect (28 Ampoules) is your miracle antidote and so much more!

BABOR - HSR Perfect Effect Refill (28 Ampoules)

It contains exceptional, direct-dose plastic ampoules that firm, tauten your skin instantly. Seeing really is believing. Use Babor HSR 28 after gently cleansing your skin and right before makeup application. The surface of your skin will start to look more youthful, smooth, and radiant—everyone will want to know your secret.

Babor Cosmetics’ Untold Secret

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006

In a joint effort with a University in Germany, Babor Cosmetics has developed an extremely gentle process that uses wine yeasts. The process includes removing as much Glutathione as possible from the yeast.

Why Glutathione? Glutathione is the first radical-trapping agent which is revived often within the body by enzymes in the epidermis. The process is so complex and gentle that it neither damages nor heats the cells in the yeast—this allows for 60% more glutathione to be removed.

As a result, they were able to invent the “Selection” product line. Selection is a deluxe skin care line that focuses on restoring the skin’s natural renewal process and methods of defense. Also, these products are so gentle they can be used on any individual of any age.