A Thin Line Between Cosmetics & Skin Care

Nov 1st, 2011No Comments

These days facial cosmetics and skin care have a very close relationship when it comes to skin protection. Cosmetics are quickly starting to use ingredients that can actually help with facial rejuvenation instead of increasing natural wear and tear by using frowned upon ingredients.

The community is more educated than ever before and people no longer want to put something on their face that will actually cause long term damage. Men & women both want products that not only make them look good but keep them looking youthful as they age.

According to plasticsurgerypractice.com

“A recent report by Global Industry Analysts Inc reveals that the color cosmetics market will reach US $41.4 billion by 2015—a growth spurt that will be pushed along by color formulations with added benefits such as UV protection or moisturization; new textures and formats; natural or organic ingredients; and pigment innovation.”

Written by Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel

The office of Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel, Advanced Facial Aesthetics located in Boston, MA offers a variety of cosmetic surgery procedures and treatments including Botox, FFS, Rhinoplasty and many others. Call 617-566-3223 or email us at info@drspiegel.com Google+

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