What’s Trending at Elizabeth Renee?

At Elizabeth Renee we only have two product sales a year. Clients wait patiently to take advantage of these great savings. Right now we are in the middle of our Valentine’s Day Sale. Before you make your purchases we thought you’d like to take a peek at what popular products are being swept off the […]

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Happy Winter

And so this is winter…  It officially started on December 21st.  For me winter means the onset of an annoyingly itchy back followed by flaky skin on my legs (which hints at the necessity to wear stockings). This is just the beginning of winter weather complexion issues.  Tight, dry, flaky facial skin that increases the propensity for lines; a […]

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Antioxidant Superfruits for Your Skin

By now you realize that antioxidants are essential nutrients that protect your skin and slow overall aging by capturing and neutralizing damaging free radicals.  That’s why you just ordered that freshly pressed green-drink, for its mega amounts of antioxidant vitamins. But, if you’re already eating right, keeping your skin clean, well hydrated and exfoliated will adding a serum rich in […]

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Ten Mistakes That Are Aging Your Skin

1. Not applying sunscreen properly.  By now you know to apply sunscreen every morning, winter and summer, rain or shine. But are you really applying enough to get that SPF number written on the label? Most people just skim coat their faces and think they are being protected. Really, it’s more about how much you […]

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10 Tips for your Spring Makeup Update

Spring 2016 introduces delightful new makeup looks as well as popular carryovers from last year. It’s important to update your makeup each season to coordinate with those fun new fashions in your closet, but not all trendy makeup fits your personal style or are right for your skin type. Here are ten things to consider […]

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SKINCARE MYTH #1 – Moisturizers

“Expensive Moisturizers Don’t Work Better Than Cheap Ones.”   Dermatologists often tell their patients that Vaseline is just as good as any other moisturizer. Yes it’s true that Vaseline locks in moisture, keeping it from evaporating out into the air. Maybe you could try it the next time you go skiing or find yourself in […]

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WAKE UP “SLEEPY” STEM CELLS TO REDUCE SIGNS OF AGING SKIN

The skin contains two types of stem cells: The epidermis, or outer layer of skin, is responsible for protecting us from environmental assaults like pollution and sun damage. It holds in moisture, which keeps skin soft, smooth and pliable. Stem cells, located in this layer, trigger epithelial cells to continuously reproduce and repair the skin. […]

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