This book, now in its tenth edition, consistently helps people find skincare and makeup products that make them look great without spending a fortune. From drugstores and home shopping to department stores and e-commerce, Paula Begoun and her team review the hottest skincare and makeup products from the top 100 brands we're asked about most often. With contributions by Mercedes Santaella-Lam and Nathan Rivas, page after page is filled with surprises and new info supported by the latest published research about what works and what doesn't to keep skin looking healthy and young.
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Paula Begoun is known worldwide as "The Cosmetics Cop" for her role as a consumer advocate and investigative researcher on skin care and makeup. From an early age she struggled with skin issues, including acne and debilitating bouts of eczema. Frustrated by the ineffective treatments and products at the cosmetic counters and from dermatologists, she started examining the scientific research herself. Soon, she solved her skin problems by following published research on how skin works and which cosmetic ingredients really work. Determined to help others find the best products for their skin, she has written 19 books on cosmetics and is one of the best-selling beauty authors of all time. Her books Blue Eyeshadow Should Be Illegal, Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, and The Original Beauty Bible have helped women all over the world take the best possible care of their skin, while exposing what the cosmetics industry doesn't want you to know. In 1995 Paula launched Paula’s Choice, which offers skin-care solutions for everything from acne to wrinkles. With a devoted international following due to the quality of her products, Paula’s Choice is sold in 52 countries. Always up for the latest Broadway show or Bollywood film (accompanied by a well-chilled martini), she lives in Seattle surrounded by her family and dogs.
Bryan Barron has been working closely with Paula for 15 years. He spent many years working for various cosmetic lines in the retail sector, as a makeup artist, educator, and manager. His first project with Paula was the fifth edition of Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me. Since then, he has played an integral role in subsequent editions of that book, along with The Beauty Bible. He also served as cowriter and editor of Paula’s former newsletter "Cosmetics Counter Update." He currently manages and writes research-supported content for the Beautypedia and Paula’s Choice web sites and continues to evaluate the latest research with Paula and the Paula’s Choice Research Team. A Michigan native, he has lived in the Seattle area long enough to consider the Northwest home. Along with his husband, Ben, he is a doting Dad to three Pomeranians, one of whom routinely accompanies him to the office.
"[Paula Begoun] is considered the country's leading watchdog over an ultra-competitive, billion-dollar cosmetics industry." San Diego Union-Tribune
"Begoun’s mission is to give women objective information that can’t be found anywhere else. She uncovers the [cosmetics industry's] half-truths and secrets in all her must-read books." The Boston Herald
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