A quick note to let you know that I am back at the Yorkville branch of the Toronto Public Library on Thursday July 28 at 1:30 p.m. with more science of beauty!

Who doesn’t feel overwhelmed when confronted with the thousands of beauty products crowding the aisles at the drugstore or department store? In this seminar I will talk about how to pick products that will work for a given skin type and skin care concern, based on an analysis of the ingredient list. I will be focusing on products for addressing skincare woes common to teens and young adults: acne, oily skin, deodorants, and hair removal. I will also talk about how to use these products to get the most out of them, plus skin care do’s and don’ts. People of all ages are welcome, as these skin care issues aren’t limited to the teens and 20s.

Seminar: “Finding Skin Care Products that Work”

Toronto Public Library, Yorkville Branch
22 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON

Thursday July 28, 2016
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Admission is free but please call the library branch to register as space is limited. The program description is also available on the library’s website here.