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A peek into any stocked skin-care cabinet will reveal an alphabet soup’s worth of vitamins. There’s vitamin A for stimulating cell turnover, vitamin B for strengthening the skin barrier, vitamin C for brightening your complexion… the list goes on and on. But there’s one lesser-known letter ingredient dermatologists say is worth adding to your arsenal—particularly once you hit 50—and that’s vitamin K.
"As you get older, the skin under your eyes begins to weaken due to general wear and tear, which can make it more sensitive to damage. That’s where vitamin K comes in, which Brilliance By Brown, Inc. founder Heidi Brown calls out as one of the most important ingredients women should be using in their 50s and beyond...."
“Serums should be utilized both day and night. I say that because in terms of how we’re living today, skincare is as important as any other wellness approach that you’re taking, whether that’s what you’re eating or putting on topically. Skin health is part of overall health. Active ingredients in serums like vitamin c, hyaluronic acid, ceramides, and peptides keep your skin nourished.” —Heidi Brown
Brilliance by Brown, Inc., The Pause Group, Inc., and Mayshad CHOICE Announced
Menopause, Beauty and Wellness Event
A Well-Aging Conversation
Brilliance by Brown, Inc. co-hosted a panel discussion, Menopause, Beauty and Wellness: A Well-Aging Conversation at Neiman Marcus Hudson Yards in New York City. In partnership with The Pause Group, Inc. and Mayshad CHOICE, this symposium convened thought-provoking leaders who discussed, inspired, and educated attendees about how to live their best menopausal lives. The event was held Thursday, February 20, 2020, 6:00pm to 9:00pm at Neiman Marcus in New York City at Hudson Yards.
The featured panel speakers included Jessica Hill, Doctor of Physical Therapy, CSCS; Monique De Four Jones, M.D., FACOG at Northwell-LIJ; Rochelle Weitzner, CEO and Founder Pause Well-Aging. The Panel was moderated by Amy Synnott, Executive Beauty Editor, Elle Magazine.
“This panel was an incredible opportunity for women to gather in a safe space to talk and learn about menopause and the experiences accompanying this life stage” says Weitzner. “The discussion covered topics such as the stages of menopause, hot flashes, ‘what is normal’, fitness, and skincare.”
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About Brilliance by Brown, Inc.
Leading with a mindset of inclusion, Brilliance by Brown is a digital media company with a focus on expanding the landscape of skin wellness information, resources, and skincare options for all women, especially as we age. Our handy way for you to access relevant tips, live forums, insights from our advisory council, and product edit recommendations are provided to help all of us get the answers we want about healthier skin care and total wellness. We do the exploration and research, so you don't have to.
BrownTalks Live, The Inaugural Thought Leadership Event
Skincare, Wellness, and Inclusion in the Beauty Sector
Brilliance by Brown inaugural event, BrownTalks: A Skincare + Wellness Conversation, in partnership with the Office of The Brooklyn Borough President, convened thought-provoking leaders who discussed, inspired, and educated attendees about best practices in skincare, consumer insights, and the importance of inclusion in the beauty sector. The symposium was held Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 6:30pm to 9:00pm at Chelsea Piers Fitness in Brooklyn.
The featured panel speakers included: Dr. Michelle Henry, M.D., Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery; Rochelle Weitzner, CEO and Founder Pause Well-Aging Skincare; Ginger King, Founder and CEO, Grace Kingdom Beauty; Janell Hickman, Beauty Editor and Journalist.
“Brilliance by Brown is excited about the launch of BrownTalks Live. The opportunity to engage in an interactive discussion with skincare experts and further the conversation about skin health, and skincare as you age are worthy topics that need to be addressed,” said Heidi Brown, Chief Experience Officer at Brilliance by Brown.
Join the conversation on social media at #browntalks. Follow Brilliance by Brown on Twitter @brilliancebyb, Instagram @brilliancebybrown, LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/brilliancebybrown.
Your skin changes with age. It becomes thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. Your veins and bones can be seen more easily. Scratches, cuts, or bumps can take longer to heal. Years of sun tanning or being out in the sunlight for a long time may lead to wrinkles, dryness, and age spots...But, there are things you can do to protect your skin and to make it feel and look better.