Join the Cult on Pinterest!

Are you a Cultie yet?

Cult Nails is giving you the chance to win $100 worth of Cult Nails products!

This giveaway is being hosted by Cult Nails BUT Maria has given me the special privilege of choosing a "Blogger Choice" winner who will receive $30 worth of Cult Nails products!

AND starting tomorrow here on PolishGalore, you will have the opportunity to win $50 worth of Cult Nails products!!!  Talk about a great October!

Cult Nails [Website | Facebook | Twitter | Blog | Instagram: CultNails] is available in their shop for $10 a bottle.

PBA Updates!

It's Friday!  The Professional Beauty Association has had a busy September, and I wanted to let you know what's been going on!

First, they have a new look, logo and tagline as part of it's newly unified association and direction. 

PBA members and the industry at large will start seeing fresh, cohesive visuals along with PBA's new tagline: Advancing OUR Industry. This new direction is part of an enhanced marketing and branding campaign designed to unify the various aspects of PBA's mission.

Along with the new look, PBA is honing its focus on five core program areas: Government Advocacy, Education, Charitable Outreach, Signature Events, and Member Services. PBA believes investing in these areas is critical for both its members and the industry. By creating a more consistent look and messaging, PBA members will be able to better recognize and take advantage of the many programs, opportunities, and events the association offers.

Secondly, Schwarzkopf & Henkel, manufacturer of Smooth 'N Shine®, will sponsor the "2013 Smooth 'N Shine® Cosmetology Scholarship." With a grand prize of up to $25,000 and ten $1,000 scholarships available, students currently in high school or high school graduates enrolled in or intending to enroll in a program resulting in a cosmetology (hairstyling) license are eligible to enter. All applications must be submitted by October 31, 2012. Winners will be notified by January 15, 2013.

To enter, eligible applicants must submit two letters of recommendation and a typed essay  describing the qualities they possess that will make them "shine" in cosmetology school and their future career. Proof of enrollment / intended enrollment in a cosmetology program is also required. (See application for full details.) 

"Schwarzkopf & Henkel is thrilled to promote beauty education through the Smooth 'N Shine Cosmetology scholarship program. Our goal is to help and inspire these deserving students to reach their full career potential and be successful in our industry," said Kathy Alaama, Vice President of Marketing, Schwarzkopf & Henkel.

Applications will be reviewed and scholarships awarded by a committee appointed by the President of PBA's Beauty Professional/NCA membership section. All scholarships are funded by Schwarzkopf & Henkel and administered by the PBA Foundation. Scholarship awards are final and the grand prize winner will be announced at the International Salon & Spa Expo (ISSE) Long Beach on January 28, 2013.

The "2013 Smooth 'N Shine® Scholarship" application and additional information is available at,or by calling PBA at 800.468.2274.

Also this month, the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) is proud to announce the newly elected and reelected members of PBA's Leadership Councils that will continue to guide the association through the coming year. Comprised of highly-respected beauty professionals, all of which volunteer their time to serve, their terms begin September 1, 2012 and will end on August 31, 2014.

PBA has four Leadership Councils: Beauty Professional/NCA, Distributor, Manufacturer and Salon/Spa. Each of these councils addresses the needs and issues of their respective area of focus. The overall Governing Council oversees budgeting, legislation endorsement, strategic planning and addresses issues that affect the industry as whole.

The Beauty Professional/NCA Leadership Council has elected Peggy Sue Schmoldt as the newest member of council. Joining her will be reelected members Marlene Bridge, Mark Goodman and Grace Santiler Nowik. Santiler Nowick will retain her role as council president.  

The Distributor Leadership Council has elected Paul Gauvin of WS Beauty Supply, Brandon Ranney of Creative Salon Concepts, and Karl Sweis of SWEIS, Inc. as the newest members of the council. Renee Shakour of Essential Salon Products was also reelected.  

The Manufacturer Leadership Council has elected Michael Riley of Scruples Professional Salon Products Inc. as the newest member of the council. Kevin Barrett of Fromm International, Reuben Carranza of P&G Salon Professionals and Scott Hagstrom of Helen of Troy were all reelected.

The Salon/Spa Leadership Council has elected Tiffany Conway of CoCo Cheveux Salon and Holly Zapata of K Charles & Company Salons as the newest members of the council. Rejoining the council are Scott Buchanan from Scott J Salon & Spa as council president and Bonnie Conte from Avalon Salon and Day Spa.  

PBA encourages industry professionals to join PBA and take an active role in the association. PBA is led by industry volunteers and represents the interests of the professional beauty industry. In addition to the Governing and Leadership Councils, volunteer members can also serve on committees to support the association's activities by helping to plan events, direct government affairs activities and more.

The Professional Beauty Association's (PBA) purpose is to advance the professional beauty industry by providing its members with education, charitable outreach, government advocacy, events and more. PBA is the largest organization of industry professionals with members representing salons and spas, distributors, manufacturers and beauty professionals/NCA. Visit or call 800.468.2274 (480.281.0424) to learn more.

Cult Nails Happy Ending

As I mentioned earlier, I'm getting over a nasty upper respiratory infection but am trying to keep you entertained with some awesome polish!  My desk looks a bit like the following polish - covered in pretty colors!  Today I have Cult Nails Happy Ending, an array of shredded glitters in a clear base.  I decided to put it over my Time Traveler manicure.  This is 2 coats of HE followed by Wicked Fast.

So for the most part, the glitter is shredded in medium chunks but I had this one amazingly huge piece that was stuck to the top of my brush, so naturally, I included it in my manicure.  Fun and fantastic!

Believe it or not, I found that my polish was actually pretty smooth after just one coat of Wicked Fast top coat.  Normally I have to pull out my Lynnderella Glitter Tamer for items like this.  As for "How does it compare to Happy Birthday" or any other multicolored glitter, I'd have to say it's the shredding - irregular in shape and size which makes this super unique.  Also I love how well it applied to the nail.  I didn't have to fish my brush around or store my bottle upside down to make the glitter fall to the brush.  Excellent purchase!

Cult Nails [Website | Facebook | Twitter | Blog | Instagram: CultNails] is available in their shop for $12 a bottle.

Win It From ORLY!

I do apologize for my absence - I'm currently battling an upper respiratory infection, as is my whole family.  Fun times!

Please enjoy the following from ORLY!  This is time sensitive - you have until October 5th!  *PolishGalore is not sponsoring the following giveaway.

Please click to see larger

In conjunction with the DVD release of Tim Burton’s “Dark Shadows” ORLY will be giving away the Blu-Ray DVD and ORLY Dark Shadows inspired collection to three winners each day from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5.  To enter, simply have to “like” the ORLY Facebook Page, then fill out the information on the Dark Shadows Blu-Ray Giveaway tab!

Nail Files: High Heels and Low Class Breakdown

Image Courtesy of TV Guide Network Facebook Page

In The Salon
Katie is having a party with booty parlor products [Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube] and has invited a small select group of staff to join.  Can you smell the disaster about to happen?  Add a stripper pole, some crotchless panties and a drunk Joyce and watch the fireworks.  Katie calls Joyce up to her office to explain and Joyce could care less.  This girl is just asking to never be hired again - anywhere.

Katie is looking at franchising!!!  I think one would do amazingly well in Austin, Texas but even that is too far away from me (4 hours).  However, you know I'd go to it!  I don't know if there is a Painted Nail Miami yet - haven't played with Google yet.

Celebrity Sighting!
Alex and Donya but who are they?  My Google search resulted zero results.  Anyone else know?  Edit: I think they may be the twins behind Condition Culture?

In Katie's Life
TV Guide has offered Katie the opportunity to do some stand up on their new show Standup in Stilettos.  Katie did some stand up when she first moved to LA so this was right up her alley, but she hadn't done any in awhile so this was going to be interesting.  She tried to start off with her nail salon jokes but Katie forgot the number one rule of public speaking... know your audience!  So she started some improv off the crowd and it went much better.  During the real thing for TV Guide, she had a pretty decent time.  I haven't watched it yet myself, but I'm going to check my On Demand and see what I can find.

The Mish Mash
I do believe the yellow Louboutins that Katie wore to Standup in Stilettos were the ones she wore last year to Cosmoprof.  I could be wrong but I don't think I am...

JK Jemma Kidd I-Conic Liners

It's always kind of fun when I get to see a product in a store when I've read about it in my email.  JK Jemma Kidd I-Conic Liners ($14) in Prima Donna (dark purple) and Idol (smoky green) launched at Target this month.

The I-Conic Eyes Pencil Liners have an innovative built-in sharpener and are enriched with jojoba oil for added hydration. They glide on smoothly and effortlessly to create a rich look for day or night.

I really love the dark purple so I may have to grab that one next time I'm in Target.  You can also order from

Cult Nails Time Traveler

Last of my blue polishes for now, I promise.  I'm going glitter soon.  This time I bring you Cult Nails Time Traveler, a SUPER Navy blue creme that is ridiculously pigmented and opaque.  This is from the Super Powers 2011 Collection in case you're keeping score.

I used a base of Cult Nails Get It On, one coat of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.

Now yes, I said one coat of polish.  This stuff is crazy ridiculous.  I also got it everywhere.  This is pre-top coat/pre-clean up

I use an e.l.f. Professional Concealer Brush and Zoya Remove+ to clean up my edges.

So yeah, look how pigmented and opaque and smooth this is in the sun?!  It's a great color when you need a pow-in-your-face navy blue creme.  POW right in the kisser.

Even in some indirect light, there's no stopping this color.  I love that the script for the bottles is in silver - makes a huge difference!

Super crazy with the flash too.  If you're looking for a one coater - ta da.  I did not have any staining either so ... yes.  Go #JoinTheCult already.  ^_^

Cult Nails [Website | Facebook | Twitter | Blog | Instagram: CultNails] is available in their shop for $12 a bottle.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

Creative Bioscience 90 Day Weight Loss Challenge

I am not a doctor.  The following post is written with my opinions and the information provided from the Creative Bioscience website.  You should discuss any weight loss treatment with your doctor before you start it.  

If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you have seen the hashtag #thebeautyloser which is actually the detailed account of Beauty Judy's weight loss journey.  I told her that I really wanted to join her on her mission and try and lose my own excess weight for my health and well being.

I received a large portion of my Dad's genes... he's a former football player and stands at 6'6" and my whole family has a huge love of food (well, especially me).  When I started high school (14 years ago), I hit my last major growth spurt and gained 20 pounds in my 4 years.  Then in college, I gained not just a freshman 15 but rather a freshman 35 (in 4 years).  I got pregnant in 2006 and my weight went all over the place.  First I lost 20 pounds, then I gained 45 pounds, then I lost 25 pounds and then slowly over the next three years I gained 45 pounds.  I was at my heaviest... even heavier than being 9 months pregnant.  After an icky breakup where I was told I was too fat, I decided to really work on getting rid of the weight.  For 10 months, I watched my diet very strictly (but healthy) and went to the gym at least three times a week.  By mid 2011, I was feeling great but still had about 30 pounds to lose before my doctor would be happy with me.  However, I stopped watching my diet and the gym became less of a priority and now, 14 months later I have gotten back up to my heaviest weight again.  I feel sluggish, my hips hurt from sitting too long, nothing fits, and I know that this is not how I want to look or feel about myself.

SO.  All that being said, I am accepting the 90 Day Weight Loss Challenge from Creative Bioscience who will sponsor my product trial of African Mango 1200TM for 90 days in my effort to lose weight.  After carefully looking over the Creative Bioscience website, I chose African Mango 1200TM because I am looking to lose 20+ pounds (uh, closer to 70 but hey, baby steps), it helps reduce LDL cholesterol (at last checking, mine was HIGH - too much bacon), and there aren't any side effects because the product is all natural.  You take one capsule 30 minutes before meals twice per day... for me, breakfast and lunch are going to be the easiest.

Am I nervous?  Of course.  This is not a miracle drug, and Creative Bioscience clearly states: 
As with any diet supplement of this nature, you do not need to change your eating habits or exercise. We do not discourage exercise or changing your diet, but they are not required for the weight loss. This will not give you a free pass to eat whatever you want, and expect to have no side effects, as this should be used in coordination with a healthy lifestyle in general.
What better way to help me aid my #thebeautyloser journey?  I will be keeping updates, weekly is my goal, to let you know how it's going - food, work outs, and the African Mango 1200TM.

Hey Bloggers!  Want to kick start your own weight loss challenge with Creative Bioscience to help you?  You may apply to their 90 Day Weight Loss Challenge here.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

Cult Nails Princess

Yes, I'm still feeling like blue is my color and so today I have Cult Nails Princess, a pretty light blue with a subtle pink shimmer.  When I say subtle, sadly I mean subtle.  I used a base of Cult Nails Get It On, 2 coats of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.  The polish formula behaved very nicely - didn't pool or go on streaky.

Try as you might but it's going to be hard to see that pink in this picture here in the sun.  What you can see is smooth, pigmented blue polish though!

Try really hard here in the shade - you can kind of see the shimmer in the bottle.  It's really faint but it's this lovely sugar molecule type shimmer in a baby pink.  I promise.

Can you see it in indirect light?  I feel like I'm playing a game of Green Eggs and Ham except I really want to see the pink shimmer.  (Okay, I just realized that Maria calls is copper shimmer, but it sure looks pink to me)

Ah, finally some of that shimmer (see middle finger).  Very delicate - like a princess.  Princess is a part of the Cult Fairy Tale collection 2012.

Cult Nails [Website | Facebook | Twitter | Blog | Instagram: CultNails] is available in their shop for $12 a bottle.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

Marc Anthony HairCare Fall 2012 Trends

Fashion Week has come and gone and it's been all about the hair, the makeup and (most importantly) the nails!  However, I felt inspired to get my hair curled this past weekend and while it only lasted a few hours, I was happy with the results.

So what does an actual expert have to say about the Fall/Winter 2012/2013 Hair Trends?  Well, keep reading to find out what Marc Anthony is predicting.

One ‘Faithfull’ Muse and Two Looks for
Fall/Winter 2012/2013 Hair
We live for this season with a massive love for the new fall/winter feeling. Fall’s fashion is a well travelled look, tailored and at times very traditional yet fresh. It feels sort of posh from the inside; by that we mean it’s about the cut and the fabric more than instant impact that blinds you. Hair follows suit with natural ease and simplicity, a bit more refinement and a versatility that lends itself to any outfit and any occasion. 

There is a bit of color in this season’s collection (a few designers did bold and bright) but for the most part the colors are muted. It is nice to not have it be all about black.  We see trousers vs. pants and a very feminine masculine. Sizzi, the designer for Giulietta, said it best, “I want it to feel traditional but happy and playful.”

With this in mind we went to work creating our trends for the season. Our muse: MARIANNE FAITHFULL. That sort of sexy, ‘just woke up’ look that somehow works with wide length trousers, tweeds and evening wear. Two looks, one woman and Marc Anthony products. 

A dash of the mysterious; so perfect with this year’s well travelled look. We adore how long the layers are with this cut. They are softer than we have seen from a technical point of view. We cut into the ends of the layers to ensure they sort of dissipate vs. just ending crisply. These waves are a bit more polished than we have seen in the last while and we love that they are well groomed. 

  1. Get some movement going: Start with freshly washed hair and a bit of Marc Anthony Dream Waves Beach Spray to get some volume and wave started. If your hair is fine flip your head over and scrunch as you dry to help achieve a bit of extra volume as well as movement.  Once hair is dried you will need a large barrel curling iron, Pro Finish Hairspray and some clips.

  1. Curling iron: Starting at the bottom, part hair into 2-inch sections across using clips to keep rest of the hair out of the way. You want the sections large because this wave is very loose. Spray with Pro Finish and very loosely wrap hair around the barrel (start wrapping hair from about two inches down), holding for a few seconds. As you move up the head begin dropping the sections lower each time. Repeat this until you are finished.

  1. Finish: Take a bit of Oil of Morocco Argan Oil, rub it into your fingertips and then use your fingertips as a comb to work out the waves into a natural finish.  A natural bristle brush will give this look a bit of extra polish.

This is such a polished, natural look. Again shorter hair with longer layers is an important message for this season. We love the definition of the perimeter and the softness of the interior. A big round brush, some bye.bye.Frizz Blow Dry Cream and Dry Shampoo is all you need. 2nd Day Clear Dry Shampoo is more than just that. Though it is amazing at removing dirt, grime and oil it is also a volumizer, which is as ‘pro tip’ as you can on! Let’s walk through the way to achieve this look.

  1. Blow out: A large round natural bristle brush will give you just the right amount of volume and bend at the ends. You want this look to have a natural finish so the larger the brush the better. Apply the Blow Dry Cream and blow dry hair section by section. If your hair is fine roll up and pin each section after you dry it to help ‘set’ the hair.

  1. Add shine: Once hair is dry add Oil of Morocco Argan Oil to your fingertips and run it through your hair before using the natural bristle brush to give your hair a good brushing. The Oil helps to lock in shine.

  1. Volumize: Now, take your Dry Shampoo and apply it to the scalp; you want to spray about six inches from the root area. Leave it be for a couple of minutes then with your fingertips shake it out. Seriously, that’s a wrap.

Pixi Evening Emerald

Pixi, the brand founded by Petra Strand, is one that is relatively new to my world despite being over 10 years old (launched in Soho, London).  Pixi is allow about pure, awakening & skin loving products that create a natural "just had a good night's sleep" look.  Their motto is "makeup to wakeup" and is all about creating multitasking, flaw-fixing and youth-enhancing products.  While you can find more about their makeup line at their website, today I have one of their jewel-toned polishes perfect for this fall 2012 season. This is Evening Emerald, a swirly blue-green shimmer toned polish.  I used a base of Poshe, 2 coats of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.  I found that the polish behaved for the most part, didn't really flood my cuticles, but I am not used to the slender brush and needed to be careful while painting.

While you can almost see a hint of purple in the bottle, I assure you that it's just the reflection of my red hand.  This polish was not easy to photograph in the sun because of all the shimmer.

I did get one in indirect sun where you can see more of that depth of shimmer.  It reminds me of different polishes but I can't think of any dupes in my collection - let me know in the comments if you know of one!

Here with the flash, the color leans more green than blue, so it's all about lighting.  You can see that I needed to clean up just a bit more on my cuticles, but that was from bad painting, not bad formula.  The question becomes price and while the price is quite expensive ($8) for a small bottle, if you're looking for a perfect jeweled toned emerald, this may be one to try. (To compare, a bottle of Cult Nails is $10 for a 15 ml/0.5 fl oz bottle.)

Pixi [Website | Facebook | Twitter | Blog | YouTube] can be purchased online from their website or use find a retailer using their Online Retailers search engine for $8.00 for a 7ml/0.25 fl oz bottle.  You can also purchase Pixi at Target!

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

Urban Decay Releases

I was tickled pink (really!) over some new press releases I received from Urban Decay this last month.  I'm really happy to be able to share these new products with you, and cannot wait to own some of them when they hit Sephora later on.  

First up is Ocho Loco - a rainbow (kinda?) collection of eight full-sized 24/7 Glide On eye Pencisl.  For are new and exclusive.  It also includes a Grind House Double Barrel Sharpener.  The price?  Only $59 which if you bought these on its own, it's a value of $152.  Available online only at Sephora, Ulta, Macys, Beauty and UrbanDecay.

Mushroom, Hustle, Psychedelic Sister and LSD are all newcomers to the 24/7 line.  The rest have been produced before.

Next up are the 3 Holiday 2012 mini-palettes "Feminine", "Dangerous" and "Fun".  All three are just $36 a piece and are already available at the Urban Decay website.  You can find them in retailers around the first of October.  Each zip around palette features 6 shades, a mirror, and a coordinating Lip Junkie Lip Gloss.  The actual shadows are removable so you can use the zip-around case to carry your phone, ID, cash etc.  It's not a large palette but enough for a smart phone and a few essentials.

The Feminine palette includes shimmering neutrals and smoky hues.

The Dangerous palette includes deep jewel tones and seductive neutrals.

Finally the Fun palette is just great colors to create upbeat every day looks.

Now, what would the holidays be without a new collection of shadows?!  This is going on my birthday list, for sure because for one, Urban Decay is releasing TWENTY new shadows.  That's right, NO repeats from other collections.  Holla.

Look at that large mirror!  The case opens slowly with the push button on the side, motion-control tehnology from the automotive industry.  

Also included is a double ended Good Karma Shadow and Crease Brush.

The Vice Palette Collection Includes:

Desperation – taupe brown w/satin finish
Muse – deep sepia brown w/multidimensional sparkle finish
Jagged – metallic black gold w/shimmer finish
Blitz – metallic yellow gold w/shimmer finish
Penny Lane – metallic peachy bronze pearl w/golden shimmer finish
Junkie – dark green/blue pearl w/ golden shimmer
Chaos – bright blue matte
Occupy – metallic steel grey w/multidimensional sparkle and shimmer finish
Unhinged – metallic electric turquoise w/shimmer finish
Black Market – jet black satin
Provocateur – light metallic mauve w/multidimensional sparkle and shimmer finish
Rapture – dark greyish purple w/multidimensional shimmer finish
Vice – deep eggplant purple w/shimmer finish
Noise – electric punch pink w/gold sparkle and shimmer finish
Armor – metallic dove grey w/silver micro-glitter shimmer finish
Nevermind – metallic cork w/shimmer finish
Echo Beach – pale wheat w/shimmer finish
Anonymous – opaque almond w/matte finish
Free Bird – pink champagne w/silver microsparkle shimmer finish
Laced – opaque pinky taupe w/matte finish

The Vice palette will be available for $59 at Sephora, Ulta, & Macy stores or online at,,, and

(All images courtesy of Urban Decay)

LVX Callais

Continuing on the blue streak, I have the summer baby blue creme from LVX Callais, which is lighter than the Sation Blue Sky's The Limit that I wore the other day.  Thankfully, unlike Ecru, I found the formula on this polish to be much nicer - flowing well and smooth on the nail.

I used a base of Poshe, 2 coats of polish and a top of Cult Nails Wicked Fast.

Here in the sun you can see how smooth the polish is - nothing too flashy and a pretty straight blue creme.

It's not quite pastel here in the shade, but it is a very pretty hue.

I'm not sure why it was so washed out in my in indirect sun picture.  It's definitely not this milky blue color normally!

Finally with the flash, you can see how pigmented it really is - no bald spots on pulling really.  I thought my pinkie was a little bare but doesn't really seem like it - just a tiny bit near the cuticle.  I paint my nails from pinkie to index so sometimes I don't get full coverage on my pinkie when I'm learning the flow of a polish.

LVX [Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram] is available on their website. It is 10-free to include Toluene and Camphor, vegan and cruelty free. Use promo code POLISHGALORE for 20% off your purchase!

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

Dermelect Foot Treatment

I'm currently between salons... I have been very dedicated to one salon for years but then had an appointment at a different place and am wanting to move my business there.  I do get pedicures about once every two months and I don't have any current care in between visits so when I got this email, I'm thinking I need to rethink my foot care.  Please enjoy the following from Deremelect!

Runway Ready Luxury Foot Treatment
Super-charged formula renews and restores the look & feel of rough, tired feet.

·         An action-packed tube of foot-soothing luxury makes skin noticeably softer and silky after your first application.
·         Ideal for anyone looking to repair, nourish and revive tired feet.
·         Beautifully enriched with natural soothers Argan Oil and Shea Butter, anti-inflammatory Arnica, moisture locking Hyaluronic Acid, and exfoliating hydroxy acids.
·         Skin is left supple without producing oiliness and no greasy film- just moisture. All natural scent!

·         Glycolic and Salicylic acids exfoliate callused skin to slough away dead skin cells.
·         Argan Oil, Hyaluronic Acid, and Shea Butter combine to restore and lock in moisture, while Arnica and Butcher’s Broom reduce inflammation from tired, over-worked feet.
·         The treatment also utilizes ProSina, a unique protein-peptide that bonds with the skin’s natural keratin to strengthen and soften skin and provide unprecedented age-defying results.

·         Hydrates and softens rough, callused feet
·         Smoothing exfoliation sloughs away dead skin cells
·         Calms inflammation
·         Fresh, all-natural scent

APPLICATION         Apply to tired feet in a gentle, circular motion until absorbed. Recommended twice per day, morning and evening, for maximum results.

·         Argan Oil – anti-oxidant rich with Vitamin A and E to improve the skin’s elasticity and protect against free radicals
·         ProSina Protein Peptide– unique keratin protein that improves the skin’s barrier function and defies signs of aging
·         Shea Butter – locks in moisture for soft, silky skin
·         Hyaluronic Acid – plumps and firms skin
·         Arnica Extract soothing anti-inflammatory
·         Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) – active fruit acid that exfoliates and moisturizes skin for increased moisture retention
·         Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) – exfoliating agent that sloughs away dead cells for softer skin
·         Butcher’s Broom – botanical extract that improves circulation and reduces redness

LAUNCH DATE                      Fall 2012

PRICING & AVAILABILITY:  SRP: $25.00 (4.0 oz. tube)
Available at and C.O. Bigelow in NYC.

Dermelect Cosmeceuticals is a forerunner when it comes to targeted, multi-tasking cosmeceutical skincare. Backed by its board of advisors and formulated with the most effective and sought out ingredients, Dermelect provides a refreshingly realistic beauty philosophy as it seeks to simplify skincare for the average educated consumer