Swimsuits are back at VS

 

 

VICTORIA’S SECRET ANNOUNCES RETURN OF SWIM ONLINE

Victoria’s Secret is announcing a return of swimwear to its website. The lingerie retailer stopped selling both swimwear and clothes in 2016, to focus more on bras, panties and sleepwear. No word yet if swimsuits will also be sold in the stores.

The 2019 Swim collection at Victoria’s Secret starts at $62 and includes one-piece and two piece suits from Seafolly, Banana Moon, Lascana and La Blanca and of course, Victoria’s Secret Swim. The collection also includes swimsuit coverups and a new line of VS sunglasses.

 

 

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The Opté Skincare System has dropped, here’s what it will cost you

If you hate wearing foundation, the Opté Precision Skincare System is for you.

Early this year at the CES show in Las Vegas, Proctor & Gamble previewed a magical new skincare device. The Opté Precision Skincare System combines a digital camera, LED scanning with a serum inkjet printer to give your face a flawless surface. Just run the wand across your face and its tiny scanner finds dark spots and then covers them up with a mineral pigmented serum. You do not need foundation! Just add your blush, eye makeup and highlighter and you’re ready to go! It’s basically an inkjet foundation printer for your face.

Now the scary part, the price. If you want to purchase it straight out, the price is $599 for the starter kit. You get the wand, accessories and one serum (basically the “ink”). A refill costs $149 and is supposed to last two months with daily use. Now, if you don’t want to spend $599, you can go with the installment plan, $84 for 24 months. The installment plan also includes periodic shipments of serum. Now, we all know the price tends to go down over time. Remember airbrush makeup systems? Here’s hoping for a really good Black Friday sale.

Have you tried this out? Tell me about it below.

Ageless Foundation UltraMax Gold is still on backorder

If you have come to my blog looking for a hgh booster similar to SeroVital, you have probably come across my many posts for Ageless Foundation UltraMax Gold Powder. I’m sorry to say that for the past 60 days or so, it has been impossible to find. I reached out to the parent company Naturade to find out the status and here was their response:

In the meantime, I know we all need our hgh amino acid blends to stay in shape! so I made a list of alternatives you can try in the meantime. (I may get a commission from these links).

SeroVital Dietary Supplement, 160 count (of course)

Ageless Foundation Laboratories Ultramax Gold Caplets – This is a weaker formulation of the powder. Find it at  AllStarHealth.com.

Great Lakes Gelatin – Collagen Hydrolysate Kosher – Unflavored Protein – 16 oz – You can also find a smaller version of this at Trader Joes.

Optimum Nutrition Essential Amino Energy Orange is the best flavor.

Nature’s Youth RSF Amino Acid Booster, Anti-Aging Powder – I haven’t tried this one yet. It’s a powder just like the Ageless Foundation product.

Bareminerals BARESKIN bronzer being discontinued

If you have a fair complexion, you may have trouble using bronzers. Getting the right coverage with powders and creams can leave you looking like you fell in a mud puddle. My favorite go-to bronzer is BARESKIN SHEER SUN Serum Bronzer by bareMinerals. Unfortunately they are discontinuing it!

This serum can be used to highlight as well as an all over product. It blends great into foundation and you can even use your fingers to apply it. It has a shimmery glow that makes you look like you just got back from a vacation at the beach. It also blends very well with liquid and powder foundations. I’m telling you about it now so you can still enjoy it/stock up if you already use it. BTW it lasts forever!

You can still get it at the bareMinerals site and some stores for $24 (originally $28). I have also seen it at (I may get a commission from this link) Amazon and Walmart.com.

Serovital launches new beauty supplement

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The makers behind SeroVital, the popular hgh booster have a launched a newer, faster acting product called SeroVital Advanced. The formulation is designed to work in as little as 15 days (vs. 30 days) and is taken twice a day instead of once.

SeroVital Advanced is made up of two formulas, a morning and an evening version. The evening version is similar to the original, a blend of amino acids like L-Lysine, L-Arginine, and L-Glutamine to boost hgh levels. The morning formula is made with collagen, ceramides and hyaluronic acid to help with fine lines and skin texture. It also helps to boost energy with coffee bean, mint, lady’s mantle, cumin extracts and olive leaves.

The company designed the new product in response to feedback from its loyal customers.

“It is truly an innovation in anti-aging science, formulated to increase skin hydration by up to 23.8%, skin elasticity by 15.9%, and skin smoothness by up to 11.0% in just 15 days. Individuals in the studies on the functional ingredients in SeroVital ADVANCED also experienced enhanced energy, focus, and mood,” says Dr. Amy Heaton, Ph.D., Chief Science Officer for SeroVital.

SeroVital ADVANCED will be available for $119 for a 30-day supply on SeroVital.com beginning January. It will be available at ULTA sometime in spring 2019.