Monday, February 29, 2016

Oceane Beauty - Care for the Body, Mind, & Soul!

Oceane Beauty caters to those who are seeking to rejuvenate their youthful appearance and to defy the aging process, those who want to feel as if they have just stepped out of the most exclusive spa, and those who want to look at their best.
For years, our research & development team, comprised of world renowned skin-care experts, has been trying to formulate that “perfect formula” that will reverse time, defy the aging process, and minimize the signs of premature aging. After many years and large capital investments we are proud to announce that we have found the fountain of youth: Oceane Beauty.
The two key ingredients that make the Oceane line stand tall above the competition is Pearl Powder and Marine Plant Stem Cells, both well known for their age defying and beautifying properties.
Pearl Powder is an ancient beauty ingredient that has been used for over 3000 years by Asians, Egyptians, Chinese, Mayans and Indians for radiant, bright, glowing, and healthy looking, beautiful skin as well as a remedy for a variety of skin ailments. Pearl Powder is rich in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. In addition to its beautifying and anti-aging properties, Pearl Powder is also considered by many Asian traditions to stimulate healing, clear toxins from the human body, improve hair shine & strength, enhance cell metabolism, and contribute to one’s overall well-being.
Pearl Powder is known as a super exfoliator as it naturally removes dead skin from the top layer of the skin. This natural, controlled exfoliation process will allow other age-defying ingredients to penetrate better and deeper into the skin for superior long lasting results.
While the benefits of Pearl Powder are well documented, the main benefits are:
  • Pearl Powder softens and firms radiant, youthful Skin.
  • Pearl Powder for centuries has been known for its skin brightening and lightening properties.
  • Pearl Powder assists the body in regeneration of Collagen.
  • Pearl powder assists in healing Acne, Scars, and other skin disorders.
  • Pearl powder assists in reducing the visibility of lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, and other signs of premature aging.
  • Pearl powder reduces large pores, increases skin elasticity, and makes skin more flexible. 
In addition to Pearl Powder, the other key ingredient clinically researched to provide anti-aging benefits is Marine Plant Stem Cells (extracts, rather than live stem cells). Marine Plant Stem Cell technology is the most cutting-edge innovation in the beauty and skin-care industry. It stimulates cells regeneration and provides unparalleled anti-aging benefits. Sea plants were the first organism to come out of the water millions of years ago and thus had to face the constraints of the terrestrial condition such as dehydration, sun exposure, fierce climate changes, and other extreme conditions. To survive, sea plants have developed unique mechanisms to adjust and adapt to these fiercely challenging conditions and to maintain their hydration levels in order to survive and grow.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The Secret To Radiant Skin

1. Exfoliate

Sure, you've heard that exfoliating your skin is important, but to achieve glowing skin, it is a must. Try exfoliators that contain alpha hydroxy acids, such as glycolic acid. Try this: Oceane White Pearl Facial Peeling Gel
Note: At-home peels are another effective path to smoother, more even-toned skin and generally contain up to 30 percent glycolic acid, whereas a dermatologist can use up to 70 percent concentrations for more dramatic results.

2. Detox your body

It is true: The outside of your body reflects what's going on inside of it. Skin conditions develop when the skin can't do its job of eliminating toxins efficiently, which happens because the other eliminative organs are overloaded as well. Talk to a natural health care professional to find a detox program that works for you, or take a load off your system and benefit your skin by doing the following:
  • Drink warm lemon water each day to help flush toxins from the body.
  • Cut out sugar and alcohol for a few days (at least five) to give your body and skin a break.
  • Up your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables to boost the amount of skin-saving nutrients you're getting.
  • Limit salty snacks, which can cause swelling and water retention.

3. Apply topical nutrition

Two great antioxidant boosters are green tea and grape seed extract. "These powerful bioflavonoids play a unique role in protecting vitamin C from oxidation, thereby allowing your skin to reap more benefits from it," explains Amy Chalmers, CDT andUSANA Health Sciences spokesperson. "They also play an additional role in helping skin look younger and brighter as they defend against elements such as sun, stress and pollution that can damage collagen and accelerate the visible signs of aging."

4. Try coconut oil

Virgin coconut oil has the ability to restore and rejuvenate damaged skin. It heals, repairs and leaves your skin radiant. Coconut oil has excellent antioxidant properties and helps to destroy free radicals. It also can even out your skin tone, giving it a more healthy-looking texture and a subtle glow.

5. Use radiance-boosting makeup

Try the celebrities' secret to glowing skin to get that "lit from within" look: Apply an illuminating cream under your makeup. Bronzers are also excellent for creating a healthy glow. Choose an illuminating shade rather than a matte one and apply it everywhere the sun hits your face, including your forehead, nose and cheeks.

6. Get your daily dose of vitamin C

Vitamins for skin are so important, particularly vitamin C, which is the key to achieving a bright, even complexion. "The brightening qualities of this well-known vitamin make it the perfect companion for anyone struggling with age spots, sun damage or those who just want a makeup-free pick me up," Ferrill says. It should also be noted that when vitamin C and vitamin E are taken together internally, they have been shown to increase the ability of the skin to protect itself from sun damage. It has even been hypothesized that this combination might give your skin a natural sun protection (SPF) of 2, she says. "While this is no excuse to ditch the sunscreen, it is a great way to give your skin a fighting chance against the damaging rays of the sun. Look for products that combine vitamin C with gentle exfoliants and natural skin brighteners like bearberry, licorice, mulberry and brightening peptides."

7. Suck on an ice cube

Did you know that sucking on an ice cube chills all of the millions of cells in your cheeks and lips, causing an increase in circulation, and resulting in plumper, more rosy-looking skin? Well, according to Annie Tevelin, founder of SkinOwl, it's true! "This is a great glow-fix mid-dinner or before taking a picture to restore fatigued skin to a more peaches and cream complexion."

8. Try juicing

We're sure you've heard that glowing skin begins with what you eat, but when you're a busy girl on the go (like us) how the heck are you supposed to get in all your fruits and veggies? Easy, try juicing! Jayna DiMartino, California Educator for HydroPeptide, says she fills her diet with nutrient rich superfoods, such as kale, broccoli, spinach, rainbow chard, celery, cucumber, ginger and beets, by juicing. "Traveling as much as I do, it's not always easy finding a Whole Foods or a juice bar so I make sure to take my green meal capsules with all the dark leafy greens and spirulina," she notes.

9. Remember: Vitamins B and D are key

Vitamin B not only increases blood flow to your cells, but it's also integral to skin generation and slowing the signs of aging, notes celebrity makeup artist Julia Papworth. "An increase in vitamin B in the system translates to a decrease in redness and irritation in the skin." Additionally, Jolie Martin, director and laser skincare expert at New York City's SKINNEY Medspa, suggests taking vitamin D. "If deficient in vitamin D, skin can appear sallow and more prone to congestion and breakouts," she says.

10. Get some beauty sleep

Sleep affects your physical and mental well being. "When you sleep, you're allowing your body to begin the proper healing process," Chalmers says. "Try a melatonin supplement to help regulate your natural sleep cycles and get your body back on track." This will, in turn, lead to glowing skin.
Tip: Jackie Burns Brisman, senior editor at, recommends the following vitamins for skin to enhance your complexion and give you that gorgeous glow:
  • Omega-3 fatty acids: salmon, spinach and walnuts
  • Vitamin C: citrus fruits, chili peppers, bell peppers, dark leafy greens, broccoli
  • Vitamin E: almonds, squash and grape seed oil
  • Zinc: Greek yogurt
  • Vitamin A: yams and sweet potatoes
  • Lycopene: a great antioxidant found in tomatoes

Tuesday, February 9, 2016


This unique, home-spa Beauty System includes: Vitamin A Mask - the “gold standard” in battling visible signs of premature aging such as fine lines, wrinkles, and spots.Vitamin C Mask - known for its therapeutic powers and for providing potent antioxidant and age-defying protection. Collagen & Elastin Mask - assists in boosting the production of Collagen & Elastin which help to keep the skin radiant, firm, and in optimal condition.

The DEW (Deactivator) - the 2nd step in this special treatment - a unique secretive blend of enriched purified dew water specifically formulated to react with the mask in the 1st step - MUST be used to deactivate the masks and initiate the lift-off process. This 2-step beauty system is unique in many ways: It enriches your facial skin with age-defying ingredients to combat and slow the aging process. It includes 3 different lift-off facial masks which work as a super effective Gommage that leaves your skin silky smooth, revitalized, and nourished. This system features a specially formulated DEW(Deactivator) that stimulates the masks and generates a slow, controlled exfoliation treatment, ensuring the effective penetration of the Vitamin A, C, Collagen & Elastin deep into the skin for superior results, while also removing waste, toxins, and dead cells from the skin. An ongoing use of this system should result in younger, healthier, and better looking skin.

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Friday, February 5, 2016

Winter Ready Skin

Our skin’s needs vary with the seasons and to keep your complexion in tip-top shape, here are six smart “do’s”:

1. Slough it off
Most likely, your skin has been exposed to the sun’s wrath this summer. Days at the beach and picnics in the park are good times but not necessarily good for your skin. Additionally, the build up of sunscreen on your face may have clogged your pores leaving your skin dull and a little rough around the edges. Twice a week (don’t go overboard), try sloughing up some of the dead skin with an exfoliating scrub to reveal a brighter complexion.

2. Kinder Cleansers
With the summer heat, you may have found your skin to be oilier than usual so using a deeper-cleansing face wash was appropriate. As the heat subsides and fall kicks in, you will need to start cleansing with gentler solution that removes dirt but doesn’t strip your skin of its natural oils.

3. Mega Moisturizers
Lightweight was the name of the game in summer. But with the dryness of fall, you will need to slather up with something a little more heavy duty. If your skin still feels too oily wearing a night cream at bedtime, then only apply in dry areas. Don’t forget sunscreen during the day as the sun’s rays still penetrate through the clouds. Also, look out for Vitamins A, C & E as these provide excellent sources of antioxidants, help neutralize the sun’s damage and help to prevent aging.

4. Mask it
Facial masks are a great way to treat your skin and give yourself a mini facial in a matter of minutes! Facial Masks have its roots in Asia, China, Japan, and Egypt, exotic locales renowned for their rich concoction of fresh herb, fruit, and flower extracts as ingredients. In Europe, royalties used precious stones and gems, like Gold and Tourmaline, for their skin. 
Most masks today usually contain ingredients that add moisture and hydration back into the skin–clay, aloe vera, algae, essential oils, seaweed and vitamins—that were depleted in the summer’s heat.

5. Eyes Cream, You Scream
Your eyes can’t keep a secret. Although they are the windows to the soul, they are also the first to show signs of stress and aging. A richer eye cream for fall can help combat some of the signs of too much summer fun—puffiness, dark circles, sun damage—while also help prevent a cold weather culprit—dryness. Look for eye creams that target your specific concerns.

6. Get Your Mist on!
A hydrating mist is always one of my summer beauty essentials, however, this is one item that easily translates form the heat of summer to the cold of winter. Using a hydrating mist is great for refreshing the skin, protecting it from the elements and sets your makeup. Applying the hydrating mist throughout the day adds an intense moisture boost and nourishes the skin with aloe vera, Vitamin C, and shea butter, to name a just few popular ingredients. Looking revitalized and radiant has never been so easy! 
What other skincare switches are you making for winter? Let us know in the comments below! 

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