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'Clueless' Reunion On Entertainment Weekly Makes Us Miss Cher And Dionne

making model faux-pas ("At least I wouldn't skin a collie to make my backpack"), they don't justice each other's sexual preferences ("Cher's scrimping herself for Luke Perry") and they were "both named after famous singers of the background who now do

PhotoMedex to Hold Third Quarter 2012 Conference Call on November 7th

Its practice in the physician market provides the platform to expand its skin health solutions to spa markets, as well as usual retail, online and infomercial outlets for home-use products. As a consequence of its December 2011 merger with Radiancy

Yes, Khloe Kardashian and Mario Lopez will be hosting 'The X Factor'

Kardashian and Lopez worked together, earlier this year, when Lopezasppeared in an infomercial for Khloe, Kim, and Kourtney's “Absolute Skin” skin-care system. Jones set the X-hosting bar very high in his one season on the show. In addition to being

How Not to Break the Bank for Beauty

Philadelphi-based asset blogger Yolanda Kiel writes about the industry on Fashion & the Snitch, and because she was diagnosed with eczema at the age of 5, has spent thousands on skincare. "There's been many times where my budget was blown to

PhotoMedex (PHMD) & Biolase (BIOL) Head to Head Survey

About PhotoMedex

PhotoMedex, Inc. is a global health products and services company providing integrated disease management and solutions to dermatologists, professional aestheticians and consumers. The Company provides products and services that address skin diseases and conditions, including acne and photo damage. The Company operates through three business segments: Consumer segment, Physician Recurring segment and Professional segment. The Company provides skin health solutions to spa markets, as well as traditional retail, online and infomercial outlets for home-use products. The Company’s Consumer segment is engaged in the designing, development, manufacturing and selling of long-term hair reduction and acne consumer products. Its Physician Recurring segment is engaged in the sales of skincare products. Its Professional segment is engaged in the sale of equipment, such as medical and esthetic light and heat based products. Its LHE brands includes Mistral, Kona, FSD, SpaTouch Elite and accessories.

good facial care products?

I have tried several different facial cleanser/moisturizer products. I have been suckered into the infomercials of the supposed secrets of Victoria Principle and Cindy Crawford. I have tried products from Mary Kay and Avon. I've tried several different


I really like Artistry skin care products, i've attached a link for you to check them out, i think these products are great! Time Defiance products are good for older skin and Artistry Essentials is the basic skin care system. Artistry also has an acne


Neutrogena's stuff should be really awesome; it's the number one body/facial care brand in the world, and dermatologists recommend it, so you should get some things from Neutrogena, and try it out. It doesn't work on everybody though, so it's all about


Try using first Sea Breeze Naturals Gentle Clay Cleanser and then use some good astringent that you can get, most likely Witch Hazel astringent. And then get some Acne free Acne and blackhead terminator and maybe some artistry Face moisturizer and then

Does TNS Recovery Complex really work? I don't Think So!? TNS Recovery Complex Review?

Quite a few of you have written asking about the rather prominent
ads for the product TNS Recovery Complex ($139 for 0.6 oz). Increasing number
of topical products hitting the market claiming they can diminish or reduce wrinkles without


This is the longest question...not really a question, but...that I've seen on yahoo answers. The answer is....no


Are you asking if we agree with this article? It does look like quack medicine. (Most over adverstised paid programming sorts of medication/cures are).