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  • January 21, 2016

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    Reddit has a really fucking good sense of humor. It's like what the good part of 4chan used to be. ░░░░░░░ ░░ ░░░░▄▄▄██▀▀▀▀███▄░░░░░ ░░░░░░░▄▀▀░░░░░░░░░░░▀█░░░░ ░░░░▄▄▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▀█░░░ ░░░█░░░░░▀▄░░▄▀░░░░░░░░█░░░ ░░░▐██▄░░▀▄▀▀▄▀░░▄██▀░▐▌░░░ ░░░█▀█░▀░░░▀▀░░░▀░█▀░░▐▌░░░ ░░░█░░▀▐░░░░░░░░▌▀░░░░░█░░░ ░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░█░░░ ░░░░█░░▀▄░░░░▄▀░░░░░░░░█░░░ ░░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░▄▄░░░░█░░░░ ░░░░░█▀██▀▀▀▀██▀░░░░░░█░░░░ ░░░░░█░░▀████▀░░░░░░░█░░░░░ ░░░░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░░▄█░░░░░░ ░░░░░░░██░░░░░█▄▄▀▀░█░░░░░░ ░░░░░░░░▀▀█▀▀▀▀░░░░░░█░░░░░ ░░░░░░░░░█░░░░░░░░░░░░█░░░░. +ABZee & CandyBean's Cooking Channel Finding it funny word mean you have no soul. Not finding it funny would mean you have soul..
    +Glen “PhoenixKId” Oliver yeah I know that's why I replied saying 'nevermind'.
    TO ALL THE FAGS BITCHIN ABOUT 9/11 IT WAS 14 YEARS AGO PEOPLE GO THROUGH WORSE EVERY SECOND SO SHUT THE FUCK UP AND MOVE ON CONGRATS SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS SIX FEET UNDER NOW SUCK IT UP AND SHUT THE FUCK UP.
    I hate 9/11 jokes, they're not funny. I find it offensive that someone would even joke about it, and I'm not even American..

    +Ashie Pie He wrote we could say an apology in the description. So please stop with all these comments..
    Was successful until 4:20... even though I'm Australian and I've seen that clip countless times.
    Oh god, how is this funny lol I will probably laugh cause of how ridiculous it is. Not a challenge at all..
    The first time i watched, i laughed about 30 times. The next few times, only about 10 to 15. But i did watch a lot soooo.... I was so close to losing it.. I didn't laugh but this is one of the funniest TNTL challenges out there. My favorite part is where you dont put links to the original videos you just steal content and call it yours. Wonderful you added a fuzzy thing in between each video. i guess that makes it your property now. Fuck why didn't i think of this I'm gonna go add fuzzy stuff in between all the pokemon shows and make a bunch of cash brb.. +CerebralZombie Videos are way to old... I'm surprised I've seen them all. No raff, I rin~. I stopped watching after that 9/11 one because it's sad and horrible that vid needs to be taken down. How would you feel if you lost someone during 9/11 and you saw this. Now I know I might get hate for this but before you are gonna comment hate just think about what I said before you do anything.. Really. That 9/11 toy story thing was NOT funny. That was a bad thing that happend a long time ago! THAT'S RUDE!. Get over it if your offended then don't watch it and complaining to people on the internet won't do anything so quit your bitching and get over it. 9/11 happened over 13 years ago. Yes it was devastating but so was the Sydney hostage situation and the Paris attacks but we don't complain whenever someone mentions it. Now "watch your profanity".. +Anwar Saoud Korea/Japan are hellified racist toward dark skin and totally accustomed to robots; his costume was a white dude playing a robot..

    I am a former bald guy who had hair transplant surgery. AMA!
  • January 10, 2016
    Propecia and Rogaine can only state they are FDA approved hair loss treatment options for the crown because they were only clinically tested in those areas. But many... i1
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  • January 19, 2016
    Scientists are testing drugs that could be used to treat hair loss after the medications successfully reversed baldness in mice. In the mice experiments, scientists... i2
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  • January 12, 2016
    When I lecture to groups of dermatologists, I often say that hair loss is epidemic among black women. In the twenty years that I have been in practice, I... i3
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  • January 18, 2016

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    hahahaha look at the scientist who play in their labs are also bald...u trust these and pay your $$$$$$$$$ for them Gud luck & dream on....
    honestly, after all the shit women have to go thru and how pressured they always r because of what men deem beautiful, i just see this as bitching about NOTHING!!!. A lot of men including myself are bald by choice. I really don't get why most people have such a problem with being bald. And no, I didn't start shaving my head because of a hair loss problem, I just like how I look bald.. i believe the gettin bald is cause by testosterone if look at bald men they usually have a lot of skin hair in their arm chest and ass .
    Let's hope it doesn't cause cancer, and also, would be nice if they made some supplements against white hairs LOL .

    Bald men have children, so no, evolution isn't going to change that. Also given that humans have actually evolved to have less hair than their evolutionary ancestors, it's unlikely that our descendants are becoming more hairy than us..
    Meh, if I ever grow bald I'll get some tatts on my neck and wear pilot shades and that'll be that. If not I'll rock a glorious jesus/hippie mane when I get old. The increase in hair loss is propably due to the declining levels of Testosterone in the generel population, all the hormones in our food etc. Not that I'm a fucking scientist, but I'm sure if there wasn't money to be made we'd immediately get some hard research out in the light..
    Do a news story about the bolsheviks massacre. Please, this is one of the most important events in the history of mankind, and the zionists have brushed it under the rug. Please do a story on the bolsheviks..

    best hair loss treatment 2013 rav4 - The Huffington Post
  • January 15, 2016
    Female hair loss can be treated with Rogaine for women and sometimes a hair transplant. i5
    I am a former bald guy who had hair transplant surgery. AMA!
  • January 24, 2016
    Consultations - Your consultation will take around 1.5 hours and includes your; Detailed health assessment, examination, progress photographs, diagnosis, prognosis... i6
    What Every Black Woman Needs to Know About Hair Loss: Part 1
  • January 13, 2016
    With thinning hair all over your scalp and loss of hair follicles with the bulb attached, it sounds like you are experiencing something other than or in addition to... i7
    Hair Loss Treatment: Scientists Test Drug That Could...
  • January 17, 2016

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    Hey there! Have you ever tried - Trifecta Epic Hair Growth Plan (probably on Google) Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cousin said ta ta to the embarassing hair thinning issue with it..

    A "cure" for baldness Lmao. Wouldn't that imply it was an ill to be cured, rather than the genetic indication to potential mates that your not a unfit breeder with near eunuch like levels of no testosterone coursing through your effeminate, but great step-father/provider cuckold husband like bloodstream Lmao. Cured Too Funny..

    what, s going on google cut ya funding...played ya role at Bilderberg and now been forgotten...oops.

    Brings new meaning to Gold-Leaf! Also now money does grow on trees! but seriously, I hope they dont try to extract it. Gold in food is very beneficial, lets just leave it for the Koalas. (spot the pun :).

    Some people havent the slightest clue about the many different resources that go into the things they use and take for granted on a daily basis..

    FFS yes please destroy the forrests so that some stupid nigger can decorate his ugly mug with more metal, destroy the USEFUL forrests for the USELESS metal.
    Those Koala bastards have been sitting on this information for YEARS! Friendly creatures - I've NEVER HEARD SUCH LIES Retribution!. If trees gave off WiFi, we'd all be bitching about deforestation. Instead they give off life giving oxygen...so no worries :D .

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  • January 14, 2016
    I'm 22 years old and I first began to lose hair at age 19. I did not notice it at all until one of my friends told me I was thinning. Till that day I spent a lot more... i9
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  • January 11, 2016
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  • January 16, 2016
    With thinning hair all over your scalp and loss of hair follicles with the bulb attached, it sounds like you are experiencing something other than or in addition to... i11
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  • January 20, 2016

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    VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Nathan Rivas: Hi everyone. Thank you for joining us today for today’s live chat. Happy Friday. We’re pretty excited for today’s show. And we’re actually going to be talking about a couple of things today. Bryan Barron: We are. Today’s show is about combination skin. There’s all kinds of craziness going on behind us. I apologize for the sirens. We actually are in Seattle. You may be wondering where we are because it’s sunny, which is not something we see too often here in the Pacific Northwest. The Home of the Seahawks. CenturyLink Field right outside the windows there. 00:00:39 And, yeah, today’s show is about combination skin, how to identify it, how to care for it, how to put together a skincare routine that’s really going to work for combination skin which can be very tricky and confusing. We’re also going to be taking some of our fan questions for the week. How do I put this Fan favorites Nathan Rivas: Yeah, I mean, you know - Bryan Barron: Or our favorite questions from the fans for the week. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. So, what we did was we took a roundup of the questions that we thought were really interesting or for some reason they were just particularly thought-provoking, or maybe perhaps we had more than one occasion of getting this question during the week. 00:01:15 So, we thought it would be good to sort of bring them up and maybe share those with you to see what you thought because more than likely you’re probably thinking about similar questions to these or you might have had them at one point or another. And then, of course, we’ll be taking your questions live here throughout the show. Bryan Barron: Yes. Nathan Rivas: By all means, go ahead and share those, too. Bryan Barron: And if you’re sitting there wondering who are these knuckleheads talking about answering questions and combination skin, I am Bryan Barron. I am the Content and Research Director here at Paula’s Choice and also on the Beautypedia side of things. 00:01:49 And this is… Nathan Rivas: I’m Nathan Rivas, the Senior Researcher for the team. And this is, as I mentioned a little bit very briefly at the very beginning, this is Live Chat with the Paula's Choice Research Team. And every week we are here to, almost weeks, maybe not holidays maybe, but we’re here to - Bryan Barron: Most of the time. Nathan Rivas: Most of the time. Bryan Barron: We do try to do these at least, well, weekly. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. I mean, usually every Friday. It’s kind of a nice way to cap up our week and hopefully to start your weekend. Bryan Barron: Woo-hoo. Nathan Rivas: But it’s a great chance for us to be able to talk about some of the common beauty conundrums or confusions you might have, but then also to answer a lot of the questions that you have that you’d just like to get kind of a live response to in person. Bryan Barron: Yes. Nathan Rivas: Well, I thought actually we would start with a little bit of a sneak peek I guess you could say it. 00:02:37 Yes, because if you’ve been following our social networks like Facebook or Instagram, sometimes we give a little bit of a teaser for upcoming products. And you’ve probably seen this one kind of pop around now and then over the last couple of weeks. Bryan Barron: No, I’m kidding. Nathan Rivas: That would be funny if that came off and it just went off - Bryan Barron: Oh, no, oh my god, that wouldn’t be - Nathan Rivas: It wouldn’t be funny at all. Bryan Barron: So, let me hold this up to the camera. Nathan Rivas: Oh, I think the light is going to be - Bryan Barron: Yeah, way too much. Nathan Rivas: You’ll have to hold it back a little bit. Bryan Barron: What I’m holding up is launching very soon. 00:03:10 It is the Resist Moisture Renewal Oil Booster. So, what we have here is a cool, I think, way to boost the efficacy, the effectiveness - Nathan Rivas: Effectiveness. Bryan Barron: Effectiveness of your facial moisturizer. You can also mix this with a serum, but it is a 100 percent oil blend and by 100 percent oil I mean there’s no water. And we’re particularly proud of this. It is a blend of several non-fragrant plant oils. I have yet to find a single facial [technical difficulty 00:03:48], not just Argan oil or jojoba oil, but a blend so you’re getting a bunch of different benefits from various oils without fragrance. 00:03:57 There’s a lot of great oil blends out there, like Caudalie has one. I’m blanking. Who else has a good one except for the fragrance Nathan Rivas: You know, I would say there is - Bryan Barron: Oh, Lauder had one. I don’t know if Lauder had one in their nutritious line, but we have blended apricot, jojoba, evening primrose, safflower oil, along with ceramides. Nathan Rivas: Borage. Bryan Barron: Borage oil. I think there’s at least eight or nine different non-fragrant oils. It’s got a really nice texture. We’ll dispense a couple here. Look how dry my hand is. Wow. 00:04:33 My hand - Nathan Rivas: It’s the time of the year. Bryan Barron: You know, it’s the soap in our bathroom. The soap in the restrooms here at Paula's Choice is that industrial grade foamy crap. Nathan Rivas: You’d think that as a skincare company we’d have like something super rich in there. Bryan Barron: You’d think. Nathan Rivas: But, no, we’ve got the really good maximum strength formula. Bryan Barron: Do you remember last year we went out and bought those soap dispensers during the winter and filled them with the Olay body wash Nathan Rivas: Everyone thought they were a moisturizer. Bryan Barron: Yes! Nobody would use the hand wash. Nathan Rivas: They thought it was like a freaky lotion or something. Bryan Barron: So we actually had to make a little sign and tape it on there that says hand wash, use me. 00:05:10 But anyway, okay, so this oil is just - what are the kids saying these days, the bomb Is that still a thing Nathan Rivas: The kids. Ha! Bryan Barron: I can’t keep up with modern slang. But this oil is amazing. So, one of the things that I love about this oil, personal story, prior to adding this oil to my routine I wasn’t able to use our Clinical 1% Retinol Treatment. 1% Retinol, no matter how much I tried, I just couldn’t get over that retinol dermatitis hurdle where you get the dryness and the flaking and the sunburn like sensitive skin. Lower strengths of retinol, no problem, but when I tried the 1% and I really wanted to try that one because it’s such a cool formula it just [technical difficulty 00:05:58], even if I used it once a week. 00:06:02 But what I found is that when I apply the 1% retinol treatment once a week at night and then follow with a few drops of this little guy, I have no reaction, negative reaction, whatsoever. So, I’m a happy guy. I’m getting the benefits of a little bit more retinol, which I definitely need as I get a little [technical difficulty 00:06:20], I’m not up with the slang, but I’m up with the retinol. So, there you go. And that is going to be $30 - what’s the price on it $32 $39 Nathan Rivas: I think so. 00:06:32 I think it’s $31. It’s an auction. Ha! Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. Bryan Barron: Right in front of us. It’s in the $30 range. Nathan Rivas: Yes, like $31, I think $31, $32. Yes. Bryan Barron: So, even if you don’t have dry skin but you have dry areas, you can add a couple drops of the Moisture Renewal Oil Booster to your regular moisturizer for those times you need it. It can be applied around the eyes. 00:07:00 You can apply it if you use prescription retinoids. You can use it if you have Rosacea. You can use it [Technical Difficulty 00:07:05] with the caveat that if you notice that it makes your breakouts worse, you might want to stop using it. But the cool thing is that the non-fragrant plant oils in that product all have a good amount of anti-inflammatory properties and there’s some pretty convincing research on the use of fatty acids to help ameliorate acne and the inflammation behind it. So, it may seem counterintuitive to put oils on skin that is breakout-prone because we’re so conditioned to think, oh, oils are going to clog my pores. 00:07:38 Is it oil-free But you may find that using oils is a better option for you than putting on a moisturizer because the thickeners and the waxes in however your moisturizer is may actually be more likely to make your breakouts worse. But the oils will make them better. Sounds crazy. Give it a go. Nathan Rivas: And you know one of the questions and actually we have this question here - will it work on my oily skin - you know, really at the core you want to make sure that you are paying attention to your skin type, because really if you don’t have dry skin or if you don’t have skin that needs a little bit more moisture in certain areas, then really you don’t really need to add more moisture and that can be problematic in terms of making your skin even oilier. 00:08:24 So if you have oily skin, it doesn’t really necessitate the need of adding a moisturizing [Technical Difficulty 00:08:30]. Your skin is kind of already making more than enough as it is. However, if you do have combination skin, it could be beneficial. For example, I have skin that is usually oily, but now it’s definitely gotten drier over the past couple of months. Bryan Barron: Seasonally Nathan Rivas: Yeah, the season changing. And so I’ve actually been using this, adding a couple of drops as needed to my moisturizer or just under my sunscreen for example, and it’s actually worked out pretty well. So, you just use a little bit less. 00:08:57 But, again, if you have super oily skin, probably not something that’s going to work out for you, but if you have combination, definitely could be worth it. Bryan Barron: That was the tease. Nathan Rivas: That was the tease. Bryan Barron: Launch date is the 12th Nathan Rivas: It is. And - Bryan Barron: We’re hoping. Nathan Rivas: We were. And we weren’t actually going to say that, but we were going to keep that under wraps. But that’s a benefit of watching this channel because you get that insider information. So, yes, it is looking at the 12th. Bryan Barron: I’m going to get a talking to after the show. Nathan Rivas: I’m writing that down. 00:09:29 Yeah, we’re looking at hopefully the 12th. So, fingers crossed, and let us know what you think. And so I guess we’ll start with our topic. We kind of actually already touched on it which is a little advice on combination skin. The combination skin is kind of one of those skin types that tends to be I think a little bit confusing or tricky, Bryan. Why don’t you tell us what it is. Bryan Barron: Well, first of all, let’s define combination skin. 00:09:58 Because there is a cosmetics industry definition of what combination skin is, which is traditionally oily in the T-zone, your forehead, nose, and chin, and then dry on the cheeks. That’s classic combination skin. But on a broad [Technical Difficulty 00:10:11*], combination skin simply refers to two skin types on one face. Or, you could say two or more. Now, a skin type isn’t breakout-prone. A skin type isn’t dark spots. A skin type isn’t aging. 00:10:28 Aging isn’t a skin type per self-employed. People of all ages may have concerns related to signs of aging depending on how much sun exposure they’ve gotten. I’ve seen some women and men in their mid-to-late 20s who have considerably more sun damage than someone like me who is in my 40s and has been really good about not tanning and using sun protection since I was in my teen years. So, that’s not necessarily a hard and fast rule right there, but combination skin, any two skin types, two or more, on one face. 00:11:02 The oil, oily T-zone and dry cheeks is probably the most common, but then a lot of people get confused when they acknowledge that their T-zone is oily, but their cheek area is more normal. And they’re not quite sure what to do about that. It’s almost like, well, normal is normal and normal is good in that sense. So, my initial advice is don’t worry about the fact that you’re normal on your cheeks and you can buy products that are going to address the oily areas. 00:11:34 And you may or may not need to apply those, at least all of those, on the normal area, too. So, combination skin routines can be tricky. Particularly when you have drier skin on the cheeks and more oily skin in the center of the face. And it is the easiest thing that I’ve found as somebody who has combination skin is rather than having a separate set of products for the dry area and a separate set of products for the oily areas, I use the same core products all over my face that all have a lighter weight texture that don’t make my - doesn’t make my oily areas worse. 00:12:15 And then on the areas where I’m more normal-to-dry, that’s where I add in one or two extra products like the oily booster we were talking about and I layer to treat those areas without getting that product that I don’t necessarily need on the oily areas. Nathan Rivas: It is tricky because it does take a lot of experimentation I think. And it’s probably I think one of the most frustrating parts that we hear from customers or from people just asking us questions in social is how do I find that right routine and do I really - I just want to use two products or three products. And it does get very tricky because sometimes it just doesn’t work out. You know, for someone with combination skin, they can’t get away with using just one product like someone with very oily skin or someone with solid normal-to-dry skin. 00:13:02 Usually they can get away with just using one routine. And I think that’s probably one of the common questions we get which is how do I find that right balance. And I think that one of the most common ways is really one is experimentation as we mentioned a couple times. You have to try out a few different things. But as Bryan mentioned, applying a few different approaches whether it’s having a light weight routine overall and then spot-treating with a rich moisturizer tends to be the best way to do it. 00:13:34 One thing that tends to be pretty confusing, too, especially when it comes to sunscreens is how do you find that balance with sunscreen approach because a lot of sunscreens are either one or the other. You’re either super rich or super dry. Bryan Barron: You need to find - you’re going to close the blinds Nathan Rivas: I’m going to close the blinds. This is the great part about live TV is that - Bryan Barron: You’re looking a little Sarah McLachlan [Technical Difficulty 00:13:58]. What was I supposed to talk about 00:14:06 Oh, sunscreens. Nathan Rivas: Sunscreens. Bryan Barron: Sunscreens for combination skin. Yes. You need to experiment for sure. I would err on the side of doing something that is lighter. Find a daytime moisturizer with SPF that’s going to make your oily areas happy and then for the areas where you are drier you apply a thin layer or a little bit more if you need to of regular moisturizer and then put that lighter weight SPF on top. Nathan Rivas: Yes. Bryan Barron: Thank you. I don’t know why that was so difficult to say. 00:14:47 There are some in our Moisture Boost Daily Restoring Complex with SPF 30 is a good example of those really lightweight soufflé like creams that initially may feel like, wow, this is going to be too thick for my oily areas or it’s going to make them really shiny, and then you try something like that and it’s like the heavens part and the angels sing and all of a sudden your face is perfectly balanced. And you look at that product and say where have you been all my life. So, you may have one of those moments experimenting with something that is a bit thicker in texture, but yeah, generally speaking go with a lighter weight SPF product, one that’s going to make the oily areas happy, and then moisturizer underneath for the dry areas. 00:15:32 Or you could use a moisturizer with SPF, a richer moisturizer, but I think that is just setting you up for more potential problems. Nathan Rivas: Yeah, you know, one thing that I’ve heard from some customers is that using essentially like a super light sunscreen like some customers who have combination skin issues and just never have been able to find that quite right balance of sunscreen have gone the route, you mentioned using whatever moisturizers they need underneath their sunscreen and then just applying a super light SPF on top. 00:16:03 However the tricky thing is that finding that SPF that is not mattifying. A super mattifying sunscreen can be a problem for those areas that are a little bit drier, whereas the oily areas will be happy. So, just go with a really lightweight sunscreen, one that doesn’t actually add a lot of mattifying properties. One that’s just a super very sheer formula. The Resist SPF 50 is a great example of one. Bryan Barron: Yeah. The youth extending - Nathan Rivas: Fluid. Bryan Barron: Fluid. 00:16:33 The Skin Balancing Daily Mattifying Lotion with SPF 30. These are Paula's Choice examples. There’s several others from different brands that we’ve reviewed on Beautypedia, which is great news. It does take - you want to make sure - the SPF product you use is only going to work if you apply it. So, it’s very important that you find one regardless of your skin type that you will want to put on every day and that you will see it as something that feels nice and looks nice, rather than a, ugh, if I have to. 00:17:07 Kind of like brushing your teeth. I mean, I brush my teeth every day but do I ever look forward to brushing my teeth Not so much. But, you know, you do it. Nathan Rivas: I like brushing my teeth. Bryan Barron: You do Nathan Rivas: Yeah, I do. Bryan Barron: I like flossing. Nathan Rivas: Really Bryan Barron: I feel like I get more done when I floss. Nathan Rivas: Actually, I do feel like, yeah, like I’m flossing. You know, afterwards I feel like, oh yes, I got that, I got that done. Because it’s not something that everyone does. Or there’s people who like floss once a week. Bryan Barron: You can kind of brush your teeth in a half-assed way. 00:17:37 But you can’t really floss in a half-assed way. You’ve got to kind of, you know, if you’re flossing at least you’re kind of all in. You got to wrap it around your teeth. You’ve got to wiggle it. And it’s very methodical. Whereas when you brush your teeth, I mean, I’ve seen - Nathan Rivas: You can be distracted, I guess. Yeah. Bryan Barron: Ben will walk around with a toothbrush hanging out of his mouth. The electric toothbrush. Because he needs his other hand for something else that he’s doing. And I’m like are you brushing your teeth Not really. Nathan Rivas: You got to want it. Bryan Barron: You got to want it. Nathan Rivas: You got to want it. Bryan Barron: You got to want it. Nathan Rivas: So, actually we - Bryan Barron: Segue. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. 00:18:13 We actually had a couple of questions, not about brushing your teeth, but about a couple of other things. So - Bryan Barron: We should do a teeth whitening show. Because I’d like to get my teeth whitened again. Nathan Rivas: Oh, we could whiten our teeth during the show you mean Bryan Barron: That would be fun. Nathan Rivas: That would be - we’d gum it like halfway through most of the show. Bryan Barron: Well one of us would have to do the white strips so you could still talk. Nathan Rivas: That’s true. Okay, so we had a question from Magle Perata here on YouTube and the question was, “Hi, I have the same skin tone as Nathan and I have hyper pigmentation problems. How would I go about treating it. I’ve been using the White Plus Renew by Laneige and it works but I want to take it further.” 00:18:55 I’m not very familiar with the White Plus Renew from Laneige. Bryan Bryan Barron: I’ve heard of the brand. I know it’s a Korean skincare line. Is that the one that’s sold at Target Nathan Rivas: Yeah. So, I mean, as far as the approach to hyper pigmentation from sun damage I guess it sounds like, or if you have inflammatory marks, red marks after a breakout, either way really regardless of your skin tone the approach is generally the same, whether it’s your skin tone or our skin tone, or someone like Bryan’s skin tone. 00:19:26 The approach generally you take is that you use ingredients, what Bryan Barron: Someone with my skin tone like Casper. Nathan Rivas: So, generally the same approach, either way, you can use a combination of ingredients. There’s not really a one right way to get there. Most common ways include kind of the best ways, most proven ways is using chemical exfoliants like AHA or BHA, whichever is right for your skin type. We have lots of information about that. Tons of information. 00:20:02 AHA or BHA every day and then treatments that contain retinol or Vitamin C, particularly higher levels of one of the two, or sometimes combinations of ingredients. Again, there’s a lot of ways to approach that one, too. Bryan Barron: I have a question for you that I don’t think I’ve ever asked. Nathan Rivas: What Bryan Barron: What skincare were you using before [you started at Paula's Choice] Nathan Rivas: Oh my gosh, what skincare Bryan Barron: And was your skin in really good shape and then you started using Paula's Choice after working here and your skin got better Or was your skin kind of a mess Nathan Rivas: I’ve been actually Paula's Choice products for probably about a good ten years before I started here. Bryan Barron: Oh! Nathan Rivas: But primarily it was like what I call it hero products. I would use the 2% BHA liquid was really my main one. And then like the Skin Balancing - Bryan Barron: That is the gateway product. Nathan Rivas: It is. Yeah. Bryan Barron: Once you start on that product you’re just like, “Ah, Paula's Choice is amazing.” Nathan Rivas: You do the Ruth. Ruth thing. Bryan Barron: And you get an exfoliant. And you get an exfoliant. Nathan Rivas: And you get an exfoliant. Bryan Barron: So you were using the 2% liquid. Nathan Rivas: 2% liquid and then the Skin Balancing Cleanser and the Skin Balancing Toner. And that was really kind of like the main products I almost always used from Paula's Choice. Sometimes the cleanser, I would try - I was cleanser promiscuous. I would do a few different options. Sometimes two cleansers at once. Bryan Barron: Wow. Nathan Rivas: It was a crazy time in my life. Bryan Barron: I hope you were using protection. Nathan Rivas: It’s Friday. What can we say. 00:21:35 But, yeah, and that was pretty much my main, you know, Paula's Choice. And then once I started working here I kind of branched out. But even now my routine is still pretty basic. Still the 2% BHA liquid. Really from that I use the Ultra Light Serum and then the 1% retinol. Bryan Barron: And do you use the foaming treatment every now and then Nathan Rivas: I do. I don’t really use it as much now. I don’t really find like I really need to as much now as I used to. 00:22:03 But the 2% liquid and the 1% retinol have been an amazing combination of products. And then really just those products and then the Resist SPF 50 sunscreen is kind of like my main thing. And that’s actually a great approach for lightening hyper pigmentation is that potent retinol combination with a serum like I have and then an exfoliant. And that’s a great way to do it. 00:22:28 Now, as I mentioned, there’s really not a perfect way. And we actually have a whole show about discolorations in Live Chat. So, Magle, if you go back into our Live Chat records you’ll see a show. It’s all about how to fade [Technical Difficulty 00:22:43*] and it goes through all different skin types and different approaches to it. So, a lot of information there and a lot more than we can get into here. But I hope that helps. Bryan Barron: So, what else to say about combination skin You definitely want to do a gentle cleanser and the type of cleanser you use for combination skin, I would recommend either using a cleansing lotion like an example, just texture wise, is the Resist Optimal Results Hydrating Cleanser. 00:23:13 That’s a nice water rinse-able cleansing lotion. It’s not too thick. It’s not greasy. But if you prefer the texture of gel cleansers, gel cleansers aren’t necessarily just for oily skin or oily areas. You can use a gentle gel cleanser. CeraVe makes a good one at the drugstore. Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser. Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Cleanser. That name is pretty close if not spot on. 00:23:40 Those are all examples of gel cleansers that wouldn’t make dry areas drier. So, the only cleanser you want to avoid if you have combination skin would be, of course, bar cleansers or bar soaps and anything that would be considered a cleansing cream, a cold cream type product. Luckily there aren’t too many of those out there anymore. I would also watch out for foaming cleansers that have a high amount of potassium-based cleansing agents like potassium myristate is one. 00:24:13 Clinique’s Rinse Off Foaming Cleanser, which I think they still sell, is a classic example of that type of cleanser. It feels creamy. It produces copious foam. And it can clean the oily areas really well, but the dry areas, particularly if you have what we consider extreme combination skin, where you’re very oily in the T-zone like constantly blotting, makeup just slides right off, but dry/dehydrated type flaky on the cheeks, that type of foaming cleanser can be way too drying for your cheeks. And no one is going to, what, are you going to wash your T-zone with one cleanser, set it aside, get the creamy cleanser for your cheeks 00:24:52 You don’t need to bother with that. Just get a middle of the road gentle cleanser and I would encourage you to be careful with the foaming options that have the potassium-based ingredients high up on the list. Nathan Rivas: And actually that’s a great point because Faith Freemont here on YouTube - Bryan Barron: They’re very soap like. Nathan Rivas: And Clinique is kind of weird and retro like that. They have some really - it’s interesting because they have some formulas that I think are pretty neat and do some pretty good things with some products. And then other products they have are just, you know, are just like horse and buggy. Bryan Barron: Oh, very much so. Lard and lye. Nathan Rivas: Still with the three steps. 00:25:27 Still with the three steps. So, Faith Freemont on YouTube actually had a question that was very timely to what you just explained. Can you talk about cleansing balms They seem to be growing in popularity. Are they okay for skin that breaks out And then Jen Poland on YouTube said, “I second that.” Bryan Barron: So, cleansing balms, one that I’m aware of that I think works brilliantly for removing all types of makeup, speaking of Clinique, is Clinique has a product called Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm. 00:25:57 So, if you have - let me think how I want to put this. Cleansing balms, I wouldn’t recommend using a cleansing balm if you have breakout-prone skin unless, A, you have a lot of makeup to remove and your regular cleanser just isn’t cutting it, in which case you would wash or remove makeup with the cleansing balm first, and then wash with your regular facial cleanser to ensure that you’re getting all of the remnants of that cleansing balm off your skin, because that residue that could potentially be left behind is what could start to cause problems as it builds up and then ends up getting kind of pushed a bit further into the pore lining where it could potentially get stuck. 00:26:43 I would actually urge more toward a cleansing oil, the kind that contains ingredients that allow it to emulsify with water and you’ll know that you’re using that type of cleansing oil when you dispense it and mix it water it goes from an oil to a milky looking liquid that you can easily move over your face and then surprisingly rinse off and you don’t feel oily and greasy afterwards. I would rather see somebody with breakout-prone skin use that type of product than something labeled the cleansing balm. 00:27:14 What else are those things Almost like the Eve Lom cleanser. It’s like really kind of - they’re in jars. Nathan Rivas: That’s like their hot towel cleanser. Is that the one Bryan Barron: Yeah. They’re thick. Although actually I think Eve Lom offers hers in a jar and a tube. But we ultimately don’t recommend it because it’s got eucalyptus oil and a whole host of other - Nathan Rivas: It’s essentially like Aquaphor and fragrance and that’s it. And it’s like $85 for this container of like Aquaphor and menthol. Bryan Barron: Shockingly overpriced. Nathan Rivas: Which is absolutely ridiculous. And we actually make that comparison, I think, maybe not exactly Aquaphor but saying it’s something that’s just really a simple combination of petrolatum and fragrance in the review. 00:28:02 And I know that some people absolutely just lose their minds when they read that, but it’s the case. I mean, it really is just petrolatum and fragrance, which is a lot like Aquaphor. Bryan Barron: You know what it is I’m not saying that this cleanser doesn’t work great for some people, and for whatever reason their skin isn’t showing that it’s being irritated even though research has shown that it’s going on under the surface. You’re not seeing sun damage, cumulative daily sun damage as it happens. It just catches up with you one day. 00:28:29 But I think what it is is when you invest that much in a product, even against your own better judgment, that little voice in your head that’s saying, “I don’t know. That’s pretty pricy. You’ve never spent that much on a cleanser before.” You want to believe. You want to believe that it’s superior, that it is amazing, and that it was money well spent. Because nobody likes to feel like they were taken advantage of or duped. Unless it’s a beauty dupe, they’re all about that. Nathan Rivas: That’s good. 00:29:02 So, we had a couple of good questions here. So then the first one was on YouTube here from Virvirusa. I hope I’m pronouncing her name. Virvirusa. Bryan Barron: Nobody on YouTube has a normal name. Nathan Rivas: It’s always with the creative. Bryan Barron: We’ve got Ninja Turtles and Viva, Viva, Va Va Boom, and One Two Three, ABC X2. Nathan Rivas: Make it easy on us. Come on! And Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. So, the question, could combination skin be the result of sun damage And what ingredients should we look for in balancing products 00:29:43 Well, you know, to a certain extent skin can be influenced in terms of skin type by damage, whether it’s sun damage or damage from products, or damage from other external factors. But it’s really skin type for the most part tends to be more of a permanence continuous factor. Someone can have dehydrated skin at certain times of the year, or skin that gets a little drier, but for the most part you kind of have this baseline that’s always true. 00:30:15 So, I would say it wouldn’t be very likely to say that your combination skin is caused by sun damage, but you can have irregularities in like skin texture and roughness and that sort of thing. Bryan Barron: Right. There are secondary effects. Nathan Rivas: Yes. That’s it. Yes. Bryan Barron: For example, in the oily areas, if you have a lot of sun damage, because our pores tend to be larger in the areas of our face where we have more oil glands, so the nose is a classic example, sun damage - the effect that sun damage has on skin’s supportive structures, the collagen and elastin which also support our pores, when that support structure starts to deteriorate and breakdown, much like over time a mattress starts to breakdown and isn’t as firm and bouncy as it once was, that loss of the support can make your pores even bigger. 00:31:07 A lot of people don’t realize that sun damage is a pretty big factor in large pores, especially if you never really had an issue with pores in your 20s, 30s, you never really even noticed them. All of a sudden you’re in your mid-40s. You’re seeing some wrinkles. You’re seeing some brown spots. And your pores are looking like craters on the moon. And you’re wondering what the heck is going on. That’s sun damage. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. 00:31:29 So sun damage definitely can play a role, but it wouldn’t be something that would be like, oh, this is why you have combination skin. And most likely you’re dealing with genetic factors. Bryan Barron: I think what you touched on a moment ago, definitely a very good point that I didn’t want to skip over is that you can - combination skin is definitely a skin type that can be created by using the wrong products. Nathan Rivas: That’s true. Bryan Barron: So, while you might otherwise have normal skin, or normal-to-slightly dry skin, maybe it’s drier seasonally, if you’re using drying, irritating, highly fragranced products, or just the wrong products for you, you can stimulate excess oil production where skin naturally has more oil glands, center of the face, and you can make the areas of your face where there are fewer oil glands or smaller oil glands drier, just from using the wrong products. Nathan Rivas: And you know on that note of products, you’d also asked the question of what types of ingredients should you look for in balancing. 00:32:28 Really it’s not so much about using ingredients to balance your skin. It’s more about using ingredients that are complementary to your skin and aren’t going to, as Bryan mentioned, exacerbate your skin type and condition. Bryan Barron: Right. So, when we talk about skin balancing at Paula's Choice, it is about making the dry areas comfortable and making the oily areas less oily. So, essentially our view of balancing is trying to get two different skin types on the same face back to a normal state, a unified state. Nathan Rivas: Yes. Absolutely. And it’s not so much - it’s like the EU of your face. But, yes, it’s not so much - Bryan Barron: You’re trying to make your face Switzerland. Nathan Rivas: Exactly. 00:33:14 Yeah, it’s not about really trying to control your skin type from the surface because you can’t change the oil production on your face from topical products. Unfortunately you can’t make it produce less oil for example, but you certainly can - as Bryan mentioned - find that routine that doesn’t - that kind of harmonizes as far as you can genetically in your different reasons. Bryan Barron: You can absorb the excess oil. But because oil production is controlled by hormones, it’s quite literally controlled by hormones, there’s nothing you can do topically to stop those hormonal actions from taking place. There’s other steps you can take if you have extreme oily skin to control hormones. Like there are certain birth control. 00:34:00 There’s a drug called Spironolactone I believe if I’m not mistaken on that drug that that can help reduce androgens, male hormones. It’s not something that men should be taking. But if you are a woman with oily skin, particularly if you have very oily skin and tend to get those cystic type breakouts, you may want to have your hormones checked by your doctor via a simple blood test to find out if your level of androgens, which are the male hormones, that again, those are the hormones that stimulate the oil glands. 00:34:29 If those are out of whack, you can work with your doctor to bring the androgen levels down to where they should be and as a side effect of that, a happy side effect, you should see fewer breakouts, less oily skin, smaller pores. Essentially you are re-feminizing your skin. Because men do tend to have the tendency for oilier skin and larger pores because men’s oil glands are a bit larger than women’s. Not so much that men need these products and women need these products and never the two shall meet, but yeah. Nathan Rivas: Re-feminizing your skin. I like that. 00:35:07 Another option, especially if you have like extreme oily skin and you’re also dealing with breakouts, another option might be to talk to your dermatologist about something like a low dose isotretinoin in a routine, of course, which isotretinoin actually shrinks the oil glands in skin temporarily, but afterwards you have kind of like this period of where your oil glands don’t really come back to where they were before. High doses, I’m sure most people are familiar with isotretinoin as like an acne treatment, whereas low dose tretinoin - Bryan Barron: Have you tried that Nathan Rivas: What Bryan Barron: Have you tried that in the past Nathan Rivas: Yes. 00:35:44 Absolutely. For like low dose isotretinoin actually helps to control - it does a great job of controlling oil. But really something, I mean, if you have super oily skin, it’s something to explore. You know, and it’s something that your dermatologist can talk to you about because there are other things to consider with isotretinoin. So, definitely something you’d want to talk to a doctor about. Bryan Barron: Do our social fans and customers with combination skin ever ask us about whether they should use AHA or BHA Nathan Rivas: Yes. Bryan Barron: Should we talk about that Nathan Rivas: Yeah. 00:36:17 I think that’s a great thing to touch on. With AHA or BHA, alpha hydroxy or beta hydroxy acids, there is a lot of confusion because some people think that one is best for one thing and another is best for another and to a certain extent there is some truth there. AHA works great for surface conditions and then BHA generally works better for those who are concerned with the things getting in their pores for lack of a better - Bryan Barron: Pore excavation. Nathan Rivas: Pore excavation, for helping to unclog pores, the blackheads, that sort of thing. Bryan Barron: Little spelunker. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. 00:36:49 Bryan, what would you say, how would you explain it to someone who has combination skin, some dry areas and oily What would be the best approach Bryan Barron: My general recommendation is that if you have combination skin but you’re not bothered by clogged pores or any type of acne breakout, then you can just stick with AHA and you’re going to get some great surface exfoliation. You’ll get the water binding properties of the AHA which can be helpful for the dry areas without making the oilier areas feels worse. 00:37:26 And you’ll get nice anti-aging benefits. You’ll get anti-aging benefits from a BHA, but if you don’t have the clogged pore issue, the excess oil, the acne, you may not need the type of exfoliation that BHA can provide. Now, can you experiment with BHA and AHA and see which one works best for your combination skin Absolutely. And you may find that your skin responds better to one over the other. Or, you may find like I did that my skin tends to do best when I alternate between them. So, I only apply my exfoliant once per day, at night, and I alternate between our Daily Smoothing Treatment with the 5% AHA and then the Resist Pore Refining Treatment which is a liquid with 2% BHA. Nathan Rivas: There you go. 00:38:15 That’s a great way to break that down. We do have several videos on this topic, AHA, BHA, which is best for whom, and how you can decide. I think we even actually have a whole show about AHAs and BHAs, too, so a whole live chat. So, you know, go through our videos here on YouTube. You’ll find plenty of information as well as, of course, on PaulasChoice.com. There’s a great article called Exfoliation, What is it Good For No, that’s a song. Bryan Barron: Absolutely nothing! Nathan Rivas: Exfoliate for Bright, Radiant Skin. 00:38:46 Something like that. Yeah. Bryan Barron: It’s a good title. Nathan Rivas: Ha. You wrote that one. Bryan Barron: Oh, did I Nathan Rivas: Yes you do. Oh did you. No, I’m just kidding. Bryan Barron: We have this thing here where we congratulate each other for our work and then - Nathan Rivas: We pretend not to know! Bryan Barron: Nathan will be like, “I think he wrote that.” Oh really And vice versa. It’s not just, yeah. It is a team effort here. Nathan Rivas: I don’t know, do you have anything else you think about combination skin Bryan Barron: Let us know in the comments section below and in the questions if there’s anything else, you know, a burning question about combination skin that we did not answer. 00:39:28 But, yeah, I think we can move on from that topic and start answering some of our fan favorite questions from the week. Nathan Rivas: Okay. We had a great video Bryan had done last week and we put it up earlier this week about shampoos. It was called Shampoo Shenanigans. Bryan Barron: Which was your title. Which was great. Nathan Rivas: Actually, it was Andrew’s title. Andrew is our videographer and video editor. And so he thought of the Shampoo Shenanigans. I just added on the little clarifier of something about getting extra products or the best products for your - trying to decide essentially how to choose from all these shampoos when you go to the drugstore because they can be very confusing. Bryan Barron: Yes. So, what I did before that video is I actually went to the local drugstore in my neighborhood and stood in the hair care aisle trying to figure out which shampoos of the dozens of shampoos - 00:40:20 This is just the drugstore. I didn’t even hit up the salon. Trying to figure out which ones to feature in the video as good examples and if you’ve seen the video you know which ones I chose. But, the moral of the story, if there is one, is that it can be incredibly confusing and frustrating trying to find shampoos, and it’s not because there are a lot of bad shampoos out there. It’s because you can get so lost in reading the label and questioning the claims, and well this one says it does this, and that one says it does that, and how do I know 00:40:57 I have this concern because I color treat my hair, but I have this concern that the other shampoo says because my hair is frizzy and this says nothing about frizz. And blech. So, bottom line though is that is in many ways because shampoo formularies have far more in common than differences, it’s hard to find a bad shampoo, so this may be hard to believe, but you could almost pick kind of blindly. Go by the color of the bottle. Oh, I like purple, I’ll get that one. 00:41:30 And chances are you’ll have a pretty good shampoo on your hands. The other thing is don’t believe most of what you read on the front of the tube. Really all you can count on a shampoo to do is clean the hair and scalp. The ones that don’t contain a lot of conditioning agents are going to work to remove product buildup. There’s no such thing as a shampoo that’s better for color treated hair. There are some cleansing agents that could potentially be more stripping, but when it comes to keeping your color from fading, the two biggest culprits are water and UV light sun exposure. Can’t control for that. 00:42:06 And there’s no shampoo you can use, at least not a classic shampoo, without getting your hair wet. And you can always use dry shampoos for so long before it becomes, well, how do you - just like a talc-y built up, like who would your hair feel if you used dry shampoo all the time Nathan Rivas: I imagine it would actually start to feel pretty almost mangy. Bryan Barron: Yeah. Nathan Rivas: After a little while. Bryan Barron: And look dull. Nathan Rivas: Because of all of those clays and those sorts of things would start to build up after a while. And then your own oils, it would just be a bad thing. 00:42:41 So we actually had, Bryan had like a million questions on this video and all sorts of different things. But there was one in particular, actually two in particular that we’re going to talk about today, but the first one was about hair loss shampoos. Bryan Barron: Yes. We got a question from a woman named Margarita, very sweet, and she asked what about shampoos that claim to help hair with fall out. And she specifically called out the Garnier brand because they have a shampoo that claims to do that, that it stops hair fallout. You know, you’ll see less hair in your shower drain. And she wanted to know if there was any truth to that because she’s experiencing hair loss, noticing more hair loss, and of course she’s concerned. 00:43:27 It’s a big deal. Hair is a big deal. And when we start losing it, it can definitely be a moment where we hit the panic button, particularly for women. I think it’s just obviously it’s more culturally acceptable when men start to lose their hair. We’ve got men who have lost all or most of their hair, Sean Connery, Patrick Stewart, and they’re regarded as handsome older men, on and on. But Meryl Streep walks around, if Meryl Streep were to lose her hair and people would think that she has something wrong with her. Bit of a double standard there. But, I digress. 00:44:03 There are no shampoos that can prevent the type of fallout that you are most likely noticing. And what I told Margarita to check on is when you are noticing extra hairs in your brush or in your shower drain, if it’s not too gross for you to do this, keeping in mind that it’s your own hair, pick up a piece of it, let it dry, and then take a look and see if you are actually getting the entire hair shaft coming out, or if you have longer hair, particularly if you are actually noticing breakage. 00:44:33 And how do you tell Well, if it’s breakage you’re not going to see the white bulb, the part that actually comes out of the hair follicle is going to have a little white bulb at the end of it. If you are seeing that on most of the hairs that you’re seeing in your shower drain or on your brush, those are actual hairs that have jumped ship. If you are not seeing that, then what you are most likely dealing with is hair breakage, and that can happen the longer hair is around. If you’re heat styling. If you’re aggressive with combining and brushing, or just any type of extra manipulation you do to your hair. 00:45:05 So, the good news is if what you’re seeing is from breakage, you can take steps right away to stop that. But in Margarita’s case, she’s actually dealing with the early signs of female pattern baldness or female pattern hair loss. It happens. There are steps you can take to treat it such as minoxidil, otherwise known as Rogaine, which is a topical product. I recommended that Margarita talk to her physician to rule out any underlying health concerns or potential nutritional deficiencies that may be causing her hair loss. 00:45:39 It could be a temporary blip. For example, women who are in the throes of - not the throes of - but women who are pregnant often notice that during the pregnancy their hair gets amazingly rich and thick and lush and shiny, best hair of their life. After they have the baby, when they have that massive hormonal shift, they notice that hair loss is just off the charts. And all of a sudden their hair went from their crowning glory to their secret shame. And they’re not knowing what to do about it. And that type of hair loss is definitely something that is going to be temporary, but with age, female or male pattern baldness can and does happen. 00:46:20 There are ways to treat it, it’s just not with a shampoo. Let’s say the hair loss was from breakage, can a shampoo really help Yeah, maybe if it’s got some good conditioning and detangling agents and makes the hair softer and easier to get a comb or brush through. I could see a company doing something like that and setting up some sort of a clinical study where they wash the hair with that and they say, see, after we wash with our anti-breakage shampoo you can get a comb through this hair and you’re getting less fallout versus shampoo B, who knows what that is, and you can’t get the comb through and you’re getting all kinds of fraying. 00:46:58 And you can use those results and say our shampoo stops hair breakage or stops the fallout from breakage. Nathan Rivas: I think that when a company says something like that, I think that the perception of that product is not that they’re getting something that is essentially a detangler in a way. I think it’s really kind of more the perception that, oh, this is going to stop my hair from doing whatever it’s doing, that I’m losing some of it. So, I think it’s kind of a fine line. It’s better to set yourself up for the right expectations that really this is just going to - what you actually have going on in terms of the damage and the breakage and what this can actually help to mend in a way temporarily, Band-Aid, but once your hair is damaged to that degree, really nothing is going to bring it back to - of course you’ve heard us say hair is dead. 00:47:48 So nothing is going to bring it back to a healthy state. It’s always going to be a system of Band-Aids. But in the end I think the best thing unfortunately is most likely to cut a lot of that end or that damaged hair off to really stop seeing a lot of that breakage for the most part. Unfortunately, that’s not a happy, sunny answer, but it’s kind of the way that it goes. Bryan Barron: Women who have shoulder length hair or longer, one of the things that I’ve heard from stylist after stylist, and a lot of women I’ve spoken to, is that if you just get in the habit of getting regular trims for your hair, not a haircut, per se, where you sit down and say make me over. 00:48:32 Just regular maintenance trims can make a huge difference in how well your hair moves, how well it holds a style, and how healthy it looks. Because as we said earlier, the longer the hair is around, the more damage it accumulates. And just trimming off the ends where that damage is most likely to start showing up big time can make a really nice difference. Nathan Rivas: Absolutely. But I think that was a nice way to explain it. Do we have anything else to add to that Bryan Barron: No, I went on and on about it. Nathan Rivas: No, it was good. It’s one of those topics that I think can’t be just a very simple answer because there’s really a lot to it. Bryan Barron: I’ve dealt with that myself. I’ve gone through periods of stress related hair loss and, yeah, it’s - 00:49:20 My brother who is 11 years younger than me lost a lot of his hair while taking Accutane. I think he was on a dose that was too high for him. And it’s stressful. It’s stressful. Nathan Rivas: As far as what doesn’t work, which is important news, Bryan mentioned shampoos can’t really affect hair loss. There’s really only a few things that can actually affect hair growth. And we have some great articles on that on the site which I think it’s called Hair Growth - Bryan Barron: Hair Growth and Hair Loss. Nathan Rivas: Hair Growth and Hair Loss. Yes. In the Expert Advice section. Bryan Barron: Expert Advice. Hair Care. Hair Removal and Loss. Nathan Rivas: Yes. 00:50:01 So, next we actually had a question that I thought was really interesting, it came just actually just actually on Reddit. There was a discussion of the oil cleansing method, specifically as it pertains to our article on the oil cleansing method which I wrote quite some time ago and it was actually about the oilcleansingmethod.com, which is this site that kind of advertisers the oil cleansing method, or a particular branch of it. 00:50:26 Now, there was confusion about - Bryan Barron: And the spiritual awakening it brings. Nathan Rivas: And the spiritual awakening it brings and toxin [unintelligible 00:50:33] from your body and just ways to center your life. Bryan Barron: Just to be clear, I am not making fun of religion. Don’t hate. Nathan Rivas: No emails, yeah. No emails. So, there was confusion there because there was the perception that the article for the oil cleansing method was somehow was saying that, oh, oil cleansing is bad, right, using oil to cleanse skin is bad. 00:51:01 Really and actually what the article is about as we outline in the beginning is about the oil cleansing method, which to kind of explain what the differences are, is the oilcleansingmethod.com is a site that goes over how the oil cleansing method process supposedly works. And then outlines how to go about that process and then discusses the supposed benefits of this particular recommendation they have and it’s, you know, the oilcleansingmethod.com is kind of nuts. 00:51:33 I mean, it’s weird when you go there and you read it. It talks about, as Bryan mentioned, that there are toxins that are built up in your skin and how you need to drink water to cure your acne and how you need to exercise your - excise all of those toxins. Bryan Barron: It is a lot of unsubstantiated, unproven information. It’s a classic case, you’ve probably heard this before, don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Nathan Rivas: Exactly. 00:52:04 And it makes a lot of statements like that cleansers are all bad because they’re all drying and damaging, which of course is not true. There are a lot of great gentle cleansers out there on the market. And then it also makes the recommendation to steam the oil off your face and use a hot towel to help break it up. Which we know from research is very damaging to skin and ironically if you’re using it to help cure oily skin, steaming can actually trigger more oil production and further breakouts. Bryan Barron: Do they use the word cure Nathan Rivas: They don’t use the word cure but it is implied in every way possible that this will be the answer to your oily skin and breakouts, which is total bogus. 00:52:47 There’s not, you know, in terms of how oil cleansing method works and what the recommendations are, it absolutely will not cure your oil skin or breakouts. Now, what the confusion was on Reddit was that people thought we were saying that cleaning with oil is bad, which you know cleansing with oil, if you want to use oil to remove your makeup or as a sort of emollient like cleanser, then that’s perfectly fine to do there. There’s nothing in the world wrong with that. 00:53:15 In fact, there are a lot of great formulas on the market that are pretty basic that you can use. Bryan Barron: Yeah. You just want to make sure that you’re - it would be bad for your skin if the oil in question was a fragrant oil, or it’s an oil mix and it’s got lavender oil and eucalyptus oil, that would be a problem. But otherwise, no. Nathan Rivas: Otherwise, yeah, which is there’s nothing in the world wrong with using oil as a cleanser. And if you happen to enjoy that, especially to remove makeup, that’s perfectly fine to do. If you’re using it and you don’t like the residue left behind, then you can certainly follow it up with a mild cleanser on top, you know, a mild water soluble cleanser to help remove that excess. Nothing wrong with that. 00:53:52 A lot of people like to do that if they wear like a very water-resistant sunscreen for example, or heavy layers of sunscreen. Bryan Barron: Yes, because if it’s one of the newfangled cleansing oils that has the emulsifier ingredient in it that I was speaking of earlier, those can work as kind of an all-in-one solution, but if you’re talking about cleansing with say just a mix of plant oils, non-fragrant, and no emulsifier or anything else in there, that makes it easier for you to rinse that off. 00:54:22 The problem with that, unless you have very dry skin is that it really isn’t going to leave your skin feeling clean because of the residue. It’s one of the cool things about the more modern cleansing oils like the one from Garnier and Clinique’s Take the Day Off Cleansing Oil. Nathan Rivas: It’s a nice one. Bryan Barron: Yeah, and really fragrance-free, is that they leave your skin feeling very soft and clean and smooth without an oily residue and without that dry tight feeling that can come from some of the stronger cleansers out there. Nathan Rivas: And so that’s kind of the bottom line is that the oilcleansingmethod.com, which is what that article was about, is definitely a screwball site. 00:55:02 Don’t pay any attention to it. It’s going to lead your skin in the wrong direction. But if you want to use an oil cleanser or oil to cleanse your skin to remove things, that’s perfectly fine. Nothing wrong with that, so long as Bryan mentioned you’re avoiding fragrant oils and that it works for your skin type. One last thing on this one is that there’s a lot of talk about how the oil cleansing method works great for oily skin because like dissolves like. You know, the old adage in chemistry of similar substances dissolve other similar substances. 00:55:30 Or like dissolves like, or like breaks up like, or like makes it more soluble. And that how somehow that will translate to dissolving the oil that’s in your pores. First of all, that doesn’t work. You can certainly help - certain similar substances can dissolve other substances, but you’re not going to get anything out of your pores by rubbing oil on top of your skin. First of all, that oil isn’t going to be on your face nearly long enough to get any type of penetration into your skin, despite the fact that oil is an oil soluble substance. 00:56:02 You actually need - it takes some time for skin to be penetrated by substances. It’s not something that happens right away with an oil. Even with chemically engineered ingredients like with nicotine patches, it’s not something that happens right away. You get kind of a slow process. And that’s actually engineered chemicals, molecular sizes that are designed that way. Bryan Barron: Yes. Nathan Rivas: So, that’s just definitely something - a claim that you don’t need to pay attention to. And that’s all I had to say about that. So, the oilcleansingmethod.com article that we have is called Is the Oil Cleansing Method the Answer or something. 00:56:34 I don’t know why I can’t remember the names of any of our articles today. Bryan Barron: Well, that was pretty close. Nathan Rivas: If you search the Oil Cleansing Method, Paula's Choice, it will come up. And you can tell us what you think. Bryan Barron: And it’s in the Expert Advice, Oily Skin section. Nathan Rivas: Yes. Bryan Barron: Absolutely tell us what you think. Nathan Rivas: But next - some more fan questions that we had. Bryan Barron: Yes, we had another question on our YouTube channel from Linda. And Linda is 45 and she says that she finds her skin is slightly starting to sag around the sides of her mouth, which bothers her a lot. 00:57:08 She says it has a kind of shadow that looks like saggy skin and could we please suggest some products from Paula's Choice. Linda, what you’re dealing with, without seeing what you look like, but I have a fairly good picture as far as the concern, you’re likely talking about what’s known as the nasolabial folds which are this area right here. 00:57:31 And as we age, depending on our face shape, and our general - let me start that again. Depending on your face shape and the rate at which the fat pads beneath the skin shift out of place or begin to weaken, it’s going to predict when you start seeing those lines and how deep they get. Unfortunately, there isn’t much that skincare from Paula's Choice or any other brand can do to stop that progression. 00:58:04 It’s not - sunscreen, of course, is going to help overall, but because what’s happening is our face has I believe it’s 23 different fat pads attached to various parts of the face. It’s the underlying cushion of our skin. It creates our face shape. It creates that nice plumpness. When you get to a certain age and you start noticing that your face has lost volume, or maybe your cheek area looks more hollow, that is fat pad shifting and bone loss and other factors going on beneath the skin that are beyond the reach of skincare. 00:58:40 That is the bridge where brilliant skincare stops and cosmetic corrective procedures like dermal fillers pick up the slack. So, it isn’t that skincare is useless in that sense. But you can only get so far and then you need to go see a dermatologist for I think hyaluronic acid as a dermal filler injected into those lines can make a remarkable difference. 00:59:05 Now, when to have that done depends on how much the concern is bothering you. It sounds like you’re dealing with the first signs of that right now, which isn’t too common at your age. But if it’s minor, on one person it may be minor and no big deal. It is a personal decision though in terms of how much it’s bothering you. I don’t like the little 11 lines that I can get between my brows, so that’s exactly where I have Botox injected. 00:59:34 I don’t mind the lines on my forehead so much, but this in particular just bugs me. So, I get a little Botox here to take care of that and I don’t have to worry about it for a few months. Dermal fillers can have that same useful function for those nasolabial fold lines. They’ll plump it right back up. You’ll get that volume loss and the effects can last for up to six months. And then they’re cumulative, so the more you have the filler done in an ideal situation, the longer the results should last. Nathan Rivas: And dermal fillers are one of those topics that I think that people tend to think that there’s a best dermal filler, like there’s one that they really need to look for. Or the question of which dermal filler should I look for. 01:00:16 Is there like - or which dermal filler should I ask my dermatologist about or my physician about based upon my needs. And it’s really not, Bryan, it’s really not something that is anything we need to worry about patients. It’s more something that is on the clinical side, right Bryan Barron: Yes. So, what we’ve found to be true is that dermatologists across the board tend to have their favorites. They tend to have different type - there’s a bunch of different types of dermal fillers and the good news is they all pretty much have multiple uses in terms of restoring lost volume and plumping and whatnot on the face. 01:*00:52 There are variances in between them in terms of, like with hyaluronic acid, there’s different viscosities and some of the thicker viscosity hyaluronic acid fillers have special uses that the thinner viscosity ones, if I’m - I think I’m getting this right. But, for example, a thinner viscosity hyaluronic acid filler would work better to fill lines around the mouth and on the lips than one that is thicker because the thicker one used around the mouth is more apt to do what’s called bunching. Nathan Rivas: It’s a Goldie Hawn. Bryan Barron: Well, yeah. First of all it could give you a pretty obvious trout pout. But they’re injected kind of like in a sense, the way that it’s injected is they kind of go in almost shaped like a bead, like one drop looks like a bead. 01:*01:42 And then the dermatologist has to kind of inject it and then manipulate it into place. I haven’t had fillers done, but I’ve seen them done. And with the wrong hyaluronic acid filler, something that’s too viscous around the lips, it can be harder to get that nice smooth result, so you get a natural looking plump effect. But there’s other concerns such as like using it around the tear troughs when that area starts to lose volume and get hollow looking and make your dark circles look worse. 01:02:12 There is where you could use, again, I may have it backwards. I don’t think I do, though. But there is where you could use a thicker hyaluronic acid gel for improved results, whereas the thinner ones that would work great around the mouth don’t work as well around the eyes. So, that’s why we have different types for different concerns, different areas. It’s evolved quite a bit. Long ahead of the days of the only filler being bovine collagen, which was pretty much most of the ‘80s, god rest her soul. Nathan Rivas: Did you ever see that Will & Grace where Karen was talking about you kids, you have it so easy today, back in my day all we had for - instead of Botox is leaving a can of chicken fat out in the sun for two hours and injecting it into our face. Ha! She’s like, you kids, you have it so easy today. Bryan Barron: I love Karen. 01:03:04 There was a trend on Facebook for a while where people were posting Karen Walker-isms, quotes from Karen Walker, the character Megan Mullally played Will & Grace. And they always made me laugh. She’s my favorite character on that show. Nathan Rivas: She made the show. Bryan Barron: I actually found Will annoying. Nathan Rivas: She made the show. Bryan Barron: And then even Jack could be annoying. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. I agree. I agree. Bryan Barron: But, you know, whenever Karen was on screen my ears would perk up. Nathan Rivas: So, we have a great question from Lola - Bryan Barron: “Honey, what’s this, what’s this all about What’s going on here” Nathan Rivas: Yes, what’s going on. Bryan Barron: Lola. Lola Nathan Rivas: Lola Lola, so she says, “My friend tried the 2% BHA Resist Daily Pore Refining BHA 2%. She said the 2% BHA liquid took 15 minutes to dry while the Resist Daily Treatment BHA 2% took three minutes. What is the difference between them” 01:03:57 You know, really it’s the 2% Daily Pore Refining Treatment, 2% BHA, is much lighter. It’s a much lighter product. It’s almost water-like. Whereas the 2% BHA liquid is not. And it primarily has to do with thickening - it’s some of the not thickening agents, but some of the penetration enhancers that are used in the 2% BHA liquid. Bryan Barron: Yes. The 2% BHA liquid has a penetration-enhancing ingredient called Methylpropanediol. It’s from a class of cosmetic ingredients known as glycols. And glycols when they’re used in the right percentages serve two functions. 01:04:35 Well, three actually because they serve a preservative function, they help active ingredients like salicylic acid penetrate further into the skin. They also have moisture drawing or moisture binding properties so that when used in a product like our 2% BHA liquid they keep the salicylic acid from drying your skin. Nathan Rivas: A nice blend of ingredients there that have a variety of different benefits. 01:05:01 And even though it does leave a bit of a finish on skin, it’s not like an oil-based formula, so it’s not like it’s adding like a lot of moisture to skin. It is really more of kind of like an almost sort of like almost kind of in your head sort of thing. It doesn’t make your skin any oilier or greasier or that sort of thing. Bryan Barron: Right. But it can feel, especially if you overdo it, which a lot of people tend to do when they first start using the 2% liquid - Nathan Rivas: They get excited. Bryan Barron: They’re excited. They kind of douse themselves with it. 01:05:30 And you really don’t need a whole lot of it. A thin layer, I mean, you should be able to feel it on the skin, if you’re not feeling it you’re using too little of that particular product. The Daily Pore Refining Treatment with 2% BHA has a different type of glycol, lighter weight, and it has more water in the formula as well. That was a trickier formula to soluble-ize and stabilize, but it works brilliantly. 01:06:00 The difference though is with the Resist formula, the 2% salicylic acid, doesn’t penetrate as quickly or as deeply. So, that is why you may notice if you’ve been using the 2% BHA liquid and then you try the Daily Pore Refining Treatment and you’re thinking, well, this didn’t work as well and yet they both have the same amount of salicylic acid, what gives, it’s all about how one penetrates your pores versus the other. It’s about the level of penetration. 01:06:28 And you may find that the 2% BHA liquid is the money product for you and the other one just doesn’t work as well. No reason you couldn’t alternate between both of them because the Resist definitely offers a whole cadre, did I say that word right, of anti-aging ingredients that the 2% BHA liquid does not. Nathan Rivas: And one thing that I thought was interesting about, I was thinking that your friend waited for 15 minutes for it to dry. There’s not really any need to do that. You can just apply your next product, you know, your moisturizer or your moisture gel or your serum right on top of it. And then the whole thing becomes a moot point. You don’t really need to sit there and wait - Bryan Barron: Tell them about the video that you have coming up. Nathan Rivas: Oh, okay. 01:07:08 So, I did a video - Bryan Barron: This is going to be brilliant. Nathan Rivas: I did a video, because we always get asked about the whole thing about layering skincare products and how people, they’re afraid about - Bryan Barron: It freaks people out. Nathan Rivas: It does. Yeah, about how they’re worried about the whole pH thing. The question is like, oh, if I put it on acidic formula and then a non-acidic formula like a moisturizer on top that has a higher pH, there’s all this scare feeling - scare feeling - scare feeling about - there’s this fear of affecting the pH of your acidic formula and how it’s all going to neutralize itself. 01:07:45 And so I did a video on, and we said it again, and again, and again, and explained why. So, finally I just did a video to be able to show you the pH fluctuations or what happens when you’re using these different pH formulas together. And so not to spoil it for you, but suffice it to say it really comes out in your favor if you don’t like waiting around for your skincare products to dry. Bryan Barron: It’s fine. Nathan Rivas: Yes. It’s fine. 01:08:11 And that will actually be out - go ahead. Bryan Barron: You don’t have to wait. Nathan Rivas: You don’t have to wait. And that will be up over the weekend or early next week. Yes, one of the two, so. Bryan Barron: If you want to wait, because I do this. It’s a total psychological thing. When I put on my AHA exfoliant at night, my little routine is I will wash and tone and then I put on that exfoliant and then I brush my teeth. And in the time it takes to brush my teeth I let the AHA exfoliant absorb a bit before I put my serum on. Personal preference. 01:08:43 It’s psychological. I’m convinced that the AHA exfoliant won’t work as well if I put the serum on right afterwards, even though I know better. A little bit of OCD. But that’s what I do. Nathan Rivas: That’s right. So, I wanted to share one last question, because it was a great one, also from Reddit, from [Caparsail]. Caparsail is the username. It’s a question about, because we had done in last week’s live chat we did the DIY beauty - not that was the one before. 01:09:12 Two weeks ago we had the DIY beauty. In one of the segments we talked about the no-poo method, which was the whole baking soda, apple cider vinegar - Bryan Barron: Oh my god. And then you had the classic line. Nathan Rivas: Oh, of the no-poo movement, which I love saying, “No-poo movement.” And so the question that Caparsail had was that there is the no-poo movement - there is the no-poo thing which is the main kind of definition which is a DIY beauty method that we discussed in the DIY beauty show. You can go back and check that out. 01:09:46 And then there’s also kind of the more capitalist no-poo definition which is brands that actually adopt that no-poo name to refer to either cleansing conditioners or rather shampoos that have non-sulfate ingredients or supposedly more mild formulas. And so Caparsail’s question was, “Knowing how we feel about the no-poo method, how do we feel about DevaCurl which is kind of like the big brand that capitalizes on that no-poo term because they go with that whole either low shampoo agents or no shampoo agents, which is typically like cleansing conditioners. And DevaCurl is perfectly - it’s kind of a good line looking at the products they have, because a lot of their products, I mean, they don’t use any harsh cleansing agents. You won’t find any sodium lauryl sulfate in there for example. 01:10:40 For the most part their fragrances tend to be mild. There are some products that they have that use a lot of essential oils which those are - Bryan Barron: They’re pricy, too. Nathan Rivas: Yeah. They are pricier. Bryan Barron: A little bit. Nathan Rivas: The thing with that, DevaCurl, is that there’s not really anything that is particularly unique about the products, especially in today’s shampoo marketplace because there are a lot of shampoos out there that use sulfate alternatives like more coconut derived Betaine ingredients. There is the decyl glucoside - Bryan Barron: Decyl Glucoside is a amphoteric surfactant. 01:11:18 Which is the mildest type of cleansing agent. Amphoteric surfactants are what is used in most baby shampoos, especially classic Johnson & Johnson, no more tears, because amphoteric surfactants are so mild they will not sting your eye if your get shampoo in your eye. The drawback, especially for adults who may have an oilier scalp, or who use a lot of styling products, is that it doesn’t clean hair very well and it doesn’t clean the scalp very well, which is almost always why it is joined by a stronger surfactant like sodium cocoyl isethionate - Nathan Rivas: Which is exactly what they do in some of their cleansers. Yes, they combine multiple different cleansing options. 01:12:00 You know, while they’re non-sulfate, a lot of them still behave just like sulfates, so there’s really no truth to the sulfates are bad, but regardless to say a lot of the cleansing formulas, if you like very gentle mild formulas, DevaCurl certainly has some great options. As far as cleansing conditioners go, [Technical Difficulty 0:12:17*] conditioners really are just conditioners. You’re essentially just skipping your shampoo step and using a conditioner instead. Bryan Barron: And the fatty alcohols they typically use in those products, which is usually cetearyl alcohol or cetyl alcohol, they do have some ability to clean the hair. They do have some cleansing ability because fatty alcohols as a group of chemicals are used so widely because they’re so freaking versatile. 01:12:44 You can do all kinds of things with fatty alcohols. Those are the good kind of alcohols by the way. They’re not the kind that cause dryness and free radical damage and on and on and on, which can get confusing. If you’re picking up a conditioner and you see alcohol, I can almost guarantee you a 100 percent of the time that it is the good kinds, especially if you’re seeing it in like the first five ingredients. Nathan Rivas: As long as it’s not ethanol or SD alcohol, for example, or denatured alcohol, those are really the bad ones. And, as Bryan mentioned, the cleansing ability of these emollients works a lot like the cleansing ability of oil-based cleansers for example, or using oil to emulsify things off your face. It actually kind of works in a very similar fashion. So, you are getting some ability to lift certain substances off. 01:13:32 It’s not going to work so great to actually remove more heavier or richer styling products, or very oil - a lot of oil from them. Bryan Barron: I could see if you’re somebody who has like dry, curly, coarse hair, thick hair, and you don’t use much in the way of styling products to tame it, and you find a lot of shampoos just tend to make your curls an unmanageable nest, and I do not know what it’s like to live with curly hair. But I do have a sister who has very naturally curly hair and has had that since birth. And she has tried different cleansing conditioners and had so-so results. She has much better results using a moisturizing shampoo like Neutrogena Triple Moisture. 01:14:17 And then she uses a good leave-in conditioner for shine and for styling. And that works brilliantly for her. I don’t know - this is anecdotal, but all of the women that I have spoken to, including some staffers here who have tried cleansing conditioners. They got on that bandwagon, let me see what it’s going to be like. They did the Wen thing. They - Nathan Rivas: Wen Never. Bryan Barron: Yeah. I like that. They all went back to their regular shampoo conditioner. The cleansing conditioners stuff worked for a little while, they were getting good results, but then after maybe like two weeks or so of consistent use, their hair was limp, it wasn’t holding a style as well. It just seemed - 01:14:59 It looked and felt dirtier, because there was a lot of buildup. Because those cleansing conditioners just aren’t removing a lot of the stuff that most adults are going to want to have removed from their hair. But - Nathan Rivas: That’s a good roundup. Bryan Barron: As long as you’re not doing what Wen suggests, and working it really into your scalp because most of the Wen cleansing conditioners, last time I checked, have a lot of fragrant oils and other fragrant plant extracts that when applied to the scalp and really worked in can cause lingering itching and irritation. 01:15:33 In fact, from the shampoo video I did earlier this week, I was really surprised at how many people asked about what they can do for an itchy scalp. Nathan Rivas: Yes, we did see that question quite a lot actually and oily itchy scalp. Bryan Barron: It came up a lot. Oily, itchy scalp. And one of the things, the first thing I suggest if you’re dealing with any level of an itchy scalp is to take a look at how much fragrance is in the hair care products you’re using, particularly anything that you leave in the hair and that may come in to direct contact with the scalp. So, a styling mousse, a gel. 01:16:10 A styling cream that you’re putting all throughout your hair and some of that is getting on the scalp. If those contain fragrant ingredients, particularly fragrant plant extracts which a lot of which can be highly allergenic, that may well be the cause of the itching. And if you just stop using those products and switch to something that either has no fragrance, which I’m sorry to say is kind of hard to find, at least in the realm of styling products, so your next best thing is to look for products that have minimal fragrance and see how your hair does. 01:16:40 The alternative is if you have a fragrant styling product you just can’t part with, do whatever you can do avoid getting it directly on your scalp. Because you can get fragrance in your hair. Your hair is not going to itch. No one says I have itchy hair. It’s your scalp. It’s the skin that you want to watch out for when it comes to too much fragrance, not the hair. 01:17:03 And feel free to spray perfume in your hair, or some on your hand and then kind of rub it through your hair. It’s a great way to radiate a nice scent without having to put perfume directly on your skin. I like that tip. Nathan Rivas: That’s kind of an interesting one. I haven’t seen that one in beauty magazines forever. Bryan Barron: Yeah, it comes and goes. Nathan Rivas: Well, this was a great roundup show. We actually touched on a lot of different topics. But we actually are all out of time. And I wish we could keep going because I’d love to answer a lot of the questions we got. Bryan Barron: YouTube is going to cut us off. Nathan Rivas: I know. 01:17:37 I know. YouTube is like, argh, come on. Enough. No, but yes, this was a great show. Thank you so much for all of your questions. We really appreciate it. And if you have any other ideas for shows you want to see in the future, we do have some great ones lined up. But if there’s something that you just really want to see, make sure you let us know on our social channels - Facebook, YouTube. We’re pretty much everywhere now. And then we hope you really enjoyed watching this whole segment here and you got some good facts. I’m Nathan Rivas, the Senior Researcher for the Team. Bryan Barron: And I’m Bryan Barron, the Content and Research Director. Nathan Rivas: And be sure to join us here next week when we’ll cover a whole new topic and answer all new questions. Bryan Barron: Same Bat Time. Same Bat Channel. Nathan Rivas: Have a good weekend. Bryan Barron: Bye. End of Recording..

    I´m sooo looking forward to buy the Oil Booster and the Resist Intensive Repair Cream. When will it be launched in Germany :).
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