Skin Care Alphabet Soup Understanding Abbreviations Presented by Beauty Research (amazon) (shopzilla)

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) June 04, 2013

Research in the beauty industry is taking place at unprecedented rates, resulting in more and more new skin care ingredients emerging on the market every year. For the average consumer, the multitude of ingredients used in products like cleansers, moisturizers and wrinkle creams can make shopping difficult. To compound the problem, many skin care ingredients are referred to by abbreviations, which further confuse consumers. The latest article by the beauty blog BeautyResearch.com Skin Care Alphabet Soup – Understanding Abbreviations seeks to educate consumers and make shopping for skin care products easier by defining some of the industrys most common abbreviations.

Many Americans are turning toward natural products in all aspects of their lives, and their skin care routines are no exception. Identifying natural skin care products can be a difficult task, as many labeled as such really contain only one or two naturally-derived ingredients and receive the rest of their volumes from synthetics. How can consumers spot natural ingredients among the long lists that appear on product packaging? What common skin care abbreviations indicate natural ingredients derived from plants, minerals and nutrients? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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Skin sensitivity is a major concern for many men and women. Those who suffer from skin allergies may develop rashes, swelling, redness and inflammation from certain chemical ingredients. For those who have known skin allergies, selecting skin care products requires close examination of product labels. Do any skin irritants have commonly abbreviated names? What should a person with sensitive skin be on the lookout for when he or she studies products labels? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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With Baby Boomers now reaching middle age, interest in anti-aging beauty products has skyrocketed. Skin care companies have responded by producing many different types of anti-aging formulas. Many of these products boast the same benefits, yet differ in their ingredients. Savvy shoppers must spend time studying what anti-aging products contain in order to determine which are most likely to deliver results for their complexions. Do any anti-aging skin care ingredients have abbreviated names? How can consumers who are concerned about fine lines, age spots and other signs of aging recognize these ingredients? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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Like the rest of the human body, the skin requires certain key nutrients to look its best and remain healthy. Research shows that applying some of these nutrients directly to the skin is an excellent way to supplement the diet of a person who is concerned about their complexion. Are any essential nutrients for skin health referred to by abbreviations, and if so, which ones? Do abbreviations indicate that an ingredient is a derivative of a nutrient instead of the vitamin or mineral in its raw form? To find out, visit BeautyResearch.com or click

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About Beauty Research

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The blog includes all kinds of articles related to celebrities, fashion, womens health and diet. For more information, visit http://www.beautyresearch.com







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