Celebrates One Year Anniversary of Providing Intelligent Skin Care and Beauty News and Advice

Sacramento, CA, July 25, 2006 --( Online skin care and beauty magazine celebrates its one year anniversary of providing intelligent skin care and beauty news, advice, tips and articles to its readers.

Launched on June 30, 2005, provides visitors with detailed articles on current and pressing skin care and beauty related topics including acne, waxing, Botox, mouth grills, tanning, teenagers and make up, fashion faux pas and keeping skin-biting pests away while camping.

In addition to providing skin care and beauty related articles, features skincare and beauty related news, including skin care events, procedures, treatments and breakthroughs.

Definitions of common skincare procedures, disorders and conditions, as well as frequently asked questions on various subjects such as bikinis, moles and sunscreen, can also be found on the web site. can be found on the web at

The following are the samples of subjects that are discussed in the magazine:

From “It’s Just One of Them Days: PMDD vs. PMS"

It’s "that time of the month" and you’re more than likely accustomed to preparing yourself for bouts of cramping, being bloated and irritated for no reason at all. Your husband or boyfriend may even crack his occasional jokes about your "condition." Well, if you’re in the 3-5% of women who suffer from Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, or PMDD, the subject is anything but a laughing matter.

From “Healthy Skin, Happy Mom Pt. II: Life After Baby, Now What?!”

If you thought having your baby was going to solve all of your problems with skin care and allow you to go back to your daily regimen, you are greatly mistaken. First-time mothers I’ve got bad news for you: skin care during your pregnancy was just the tip of the iceberg, as new mother’s have even more work to do to maintain their skin.

From ”Healthy Skin, Happy Mom: Pregnant Women and Skin Care”

First there’s the morning sickness. Next it’s weird food cravings, followed by mood swings, swollen feet and legs and then frequent trips to the bathroom. Being with child takes a toll on any female’s body and the nine-month process isn’t all smiles and good times. The last thing an expectant mother wants to worry about is her skin. According to dermatologist, Andrea Lynn Cambio, M.D., of New York City, psychosocial stressors, such as hormonal changes, sleep deprivation, dietary changes and the new responsibility of caring for a baby, can have a significant effect on a mother’s skin. That being said, there are ways expectant mothers can prepare and maintain their skin for a truly healthy, glowing look.

About -- Your Source for Intelligent Skin Care is the online source for consumers seeking intelligent beauty and skin care news, advice, tips and articles. Founded in 2005, features articles, news items and frequently asked questions on skincare and beauty related issues. is located in Sacramento, California but receives visitors from all around the world. For more information, visit

Bobby Lyons