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PROcure Rosacare Gel review: A lightweight gel moisturizer for sensitive, redness-prone skin

This product is formulated with beneficial ingredients like licorice root extract, niacinamide, allantoin, and hyaluronic acid. Plus, how does it compare to Cetaphil's Redness Relieving Night Moisturizer?

I love red. After all, it’s the color of Clifford the big red dog, fruit punch-flavored Starbursts, maraschino cherries, Icees at the mall, and Anne of Green Gables’ hair. But I’m not such a fan of the post-acne redness I have on my cheeks. I know I could probably neutralize that redness if I learned how to use makeup, but I’m much more interested in finding a way to nourish and soothe my skin, not just cover up its imperfections. So when Dr. Dray recommended PROcure…

Once in a while, as I’m winding down my weekly Whole Foods grocery shopping, I treat myself to one product from the beauty section. As part of my lifelong fascination with generic store brand versions of name brand products, I usually like to try something from 365 Everyday Value, Whole Foods’s house brand. So far, I’ve tried the fragrance-free shampoo and conditioner, gentle face cleanser, and glycerin soap bar. Today, I’m reviewing the Whole Foods Moisturizing Lotion,…

Save or Splurge? Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream vs. Equate Beauty Moisturizing Cream

Is Cetaphil's formula worth paying for, or should you try out Equate's dupe at a fraction of the price?

Store-brand dupes of drugstore mainstays never fail to intrigue me. Why not get the same thing for less moolah? But oftentimes, the items they’re duplicating aren’t exorbitantly expensive in the first place. So the question is: Is it worth splurging just a little more to get the name brand, or should you save a little bit of money and go with the dupe? I don’t have a definitive answer for you. The quality of store-brand dupes can vary, and name brands are under pressure to…