The New Organic Skincare Brand Started by Former LA PRAIRIE Exec’s – …

The upper echelon of high-end skincare has two distinct camps: those who staunchily vouch for luxurious old school brands and the diehard advocates (and new converts) who are on the naturals train. As green brands continue to vie for their place with those seeking the creme de la creme, detractors and the uninformed still question if these new naturals can…

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Reader Question: Help! I’m so confused about essential oils!

Dear GW (cc: Green Derm) My biggest gripe about the skincare industry is the amount of conflicting messages. I have known Green Derm to always provide a clear and knowledgeable perspective so I hope you will be able to help me figure out the safety of essential oils in skincare. I read feature on Allure for the new line Oille (“OILLE…

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Dad Tested: The Products They’ll Love

Dad’s are great – that’s the simple consensus we summed up at our team round table as we discussed this year’s upcoming Father’s Day. “I think for their generation, the focus is on having the comforts such as a nice home and being able to get their kids into good schools, and then the material things like a well tailored…

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June Office Hours: Seasonal Skincare & Summer Considerations

Is skincare as seasonal as one’s wardrobe? That’s the question I received from a reader asking if their routine should be switched out for “summerized” products. Beauty editors are tasked with producing compelling stories that grab readers and you’ll notice that each time of the year has themes that are revisited each year. “Sun protection for Fourth of July!”, etc.…

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FOLLAIN NYC: In-Store Visit

The largest growing sector in the cosmetics industry for the past 5 years has been in the natural/organic market. If you haven’t familiarized yourself with the terms “green beauty” or “clean ingredients” – chances are, you’re missing out on using some of the purist and most effective products on shelves today. While “green” brands have been branching into mainstream, there…

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