Dr. Agnes Olszewski, a founder and CEO of Herborium Group (HBRM), a Botanical Therapeutics® Company, has over 20 years experience in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector. She’s used her knowledge and passion for medicine to help introduce the company’s flagship product called AcnEase. The all botanical treatment reportedly boasts a success rate of 96% in treating and preventing acne is men and women of all ages and skin tones.
Dr. Agnes shared some thoughts on her entrepreneurial journey with us in our latest Q&A. Read on for more!
The secret to a picture-perfect complexion is a clean face. And thanks
to Dr. Agnes Olszewski, a trusted skincare professional, we've got a
natural and inexpensive way to get your skin super clean. Dr. Agnes
recommends a chamomile astringent for clearing out pores without using
harsh chemicals. Chamomile's anti-inflammatory effects may calm the
acne, and its gentle smell will help to put your mind at ease, too! You
can't go wrong with this trusty DIY, but be sure you keep the leftovers
in the fridge and throw them out if you haven't used it all in two days!
Any holiday events coming up in the next few weeks or even days? Most
of you may remember that my original blog was My Skin Concierge, so I
felt it a must to bring you Dr. Agnes's Holiday Guide to Clear Skin!
Dr. Agnes, CEO of Herborium, a Botanical Therapeutics ® company and the makers of AcnEase ®, a 100% botanical acne treatment, launched a 30-Day Countdown to Clear Skin for the Holidays.
With the madness of cleaning, cooking and everything that comes with the holidays, no one really has time to think about their skin. Stress is an obvious factor when it comes to your skin and breakouts. What if you could know the celebrity makeup secrets AND help clear up your acne with at-home remedies (that won’t dry, damage or irritate your skin) just in time for the holidays?
Well now you can, because Marvelous Girl spoke to celebrity makeup artist Todra Payne (who has worked with Mariah Carey and many more) and natural health expert Dr. Agnes Olszewski, Founder of AcnEase, to learn some tips on effective ways to apply make up for blemishes and natural solutions (even some ideas on what kind of fruits and veggies – leftovers) can be used to achieve clear skin!
I went off of spironolactone because of all the side effects, and I broke out pretty bad. I ordered this stuff in desperation. I have been taking this for about 11 days at 12x/day and it has healed my acne about 70%. I am still breaking out a little but nothing like it was before. My skin is glowing, the zits aren't red they are more pink, less oily skin, and its only been 11 days. I'll repost after a month!.
If holiday stressed threaten to wreck havoc on your skin, fight back with these 5 blemish-fighting and pimple-concealing tips from some of the country’s best skincare pros.
Patch It Over with Abreva Conceal. Whether you suffer with cold sores or not, What Not To Wear’s Carmindy suggests you add Abreva’s new Conceal patches to your makeup bag. Designed to protect, seal, flatten and hide unsightly cold sores, these non-medicated patches can be applied to even the most oozy and seemingly un-concealable of blemishes to keep them bacteria-free while simultaneously creating a smooth surface for a flawless makeup application.
More than 60 million adults in the US are diagnosed with acne, over 50% of adult women and 25% of adult men having this skin disease. The average age of an individual with acne problem is now, 26.5, while just 10 years ago it was 20.5.
The reality is that most acne can be traced back to fluctuations in hormone levels. A common misunderstanding is that men have testosterone and women estrogen and progesterone; the truth is that both – males and females have a balance of all three hormones. The primary cause of the formation of acne is a fluctuation in androgens (male’s hormones) and in particular testosterone, DHEAS (dihyroepiandrosterone sulfate) and DHT (dehydrotestosterone). Elevation in these hormones can lead to over secretion by the sebaceous glands and the onset of acne formation.
I’ve said it before and I’m not embarrassed to say it again… I have hormonal acne issues. Being a beauty blogger who doesn’t have the slightest idea how to use photoshop, (I’m trying to learn, and it’s seriously like I’m trying to teach my grandpa how to use “the twitter”) I try to keep my face as under control as possible. With products from Reviva Labs and Murad, it’s been pretty easy. BUT. I test A LOT of skin care. And sometimes different products will just make a break out happen.
As I said, my acne is hormone related. It’s all along the jaw and chin area. (Having kids does a lot more to your body than stretching out that gut!). I’m always in the market to shock my face into submission. So, when the opportunity to try out AcnEase came about, I jumped on it much like I jump on the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.
Cassandra Bankson, the teen whose makeup routine to cover up her acne-plagued skin made her into a YouTube sensation, started the next chapter of her life, landing a spot on the runway during New York Fashion Week.
A confident Bankson walked the runway at the Stacey Igel's "Boy Meets Girl" show in New York City Wednesday night, proudly putting a past of being bullied for her acne-ridden skin behind her.
"I'm a small town girl who sits in her living room and films videos all day and now...I'm in New YorkFashion Week," Bankson said backstage. "It's still a dream. I am so thankful."The 19-year-old first achieved Internet stardom after posting makeup tutorials on YouTube with her concealing tips, revealing how she covered her acne-ridden skin before heading out to face the world. In the videos, Bankson talks to her 45 million viewers, first in full makeup, but then strips off the layers of foundation, concealer and powder to reveal pimples and blemishes.