Category Archives: BioSil Product

Hair Loss 101: What To Do About Lackluster Tresses

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We hear a lot about male-pattern baldness, but hair loss is a women’s issue too. Sure, we may not talk about it openly, but lackluster tresses can have an effect on one’s self-esteem — especially when you see gobs of hair in your brush after just a few strokes. … Read More

How To Keep Your Nails Healthy All Year Long

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You can hide a bad hair day under a hat, but you can’t disguise unhealthy nails. From keyboard typing to weather conditions to what you eat, your nails are a reflection of your lifestyle. So how do you keep nails healthy? Here are the do’s and don’ts for keeping your … Read More

Hairstyles to Hide Subtle Imperfections

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Let’s get one thing straight: you’re beautiful, no matter what. Still, let’s be realistic, and acknowledge that we all have pet peeves about our looks. So, if masking what we think of as our “imperfections” makes you feel good in your skin, we say do it. Check out these stylist-recommended … Read More

Skin Fix Tips from Celebrity Makeup Artist Neil Scibelli

Category:BioSil Product | Celeb Tips | Health & Beauty  Posted by BioSil

Neil Scibelli is a New York-based makeup artist who has worked with Elle MacPherson, Molly Sims, Sofia Richie, and Michelle Williams. He is a guest contributor for, and serves as a beauty expert for InStyle, Byrdie, Women’s Health, Glamour, Health Magazine, Dr. Oz’s The Good Life, and Amazon’s Style Read More

Christie Brinkley on the Cover of Sports Illustrated Proves that Age is Just a Number!

Category:BioSil Product | Celeb Tips | Collagen | Fashion | Health & Beauty | Uncategorized  Posted by Biosil

One day after the Super Bowl, Sports Illustrated kicked off news of an almost unprecedented nature.. a 63-year-old model would grace its cover! What?!

It’s true. 38 years after her first appearance on Sports Illustrated cover, Christie Brinkley returns to the front cover, alongside her two daughters, Alexa Ray Joel … Read More

Kick these 6 bad habits…

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Add this 1 good habit…Your skin will thank you!

You’re reading this blog, so I’m guessing you’ve read 100 more on how to get better skin. Right?   That great!  You’re searching for answers by researching expert opinions.  Trouble is, many “experts” have an agenda – that is to get … Read More

How to Achieve Perfect Nails

Category:BioSil Product | Health & Beauty  Posted by Truth and Beauty

Wouldn’t it be fabulous to have perfect nails, like you see in magazine ads? Long, smooth and perfectly polished. We all want that! But be careful… some commonly accepted nail care habits can actually end up damaging your nails. Let’s focus on how to keep nails both beautiful AND healthy.… Read More

Natural Skin Care

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Increasingly I am hearing patients ask about “natural skin care.” Not surprising since you see the word “natural” practically everywhere these days. But what does “natural” actually mean? Does it mean all of the ingredients are natural … or just the “active” ones? Does it mean made by a “natural … Read More

Collagen Hydrolysate

Category:BioSil Product | Clinical Studies  Posted by Truth and Beauty

Is It Better than Regular Collagen?
Today, literally hundreds of collagen products scream for you attention. Each one making a claim that theirs is different. And that this difference makes them better. Take collagen hydrolysate, for example. It’s advertised for everything from arthritis to better skin. The “difference” they advertise … Read More

Strong, Resilient Bones

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The Complete Picture of Your Bone Health
What you’re about to hear is bound to change the way you care for your bones from this day on.

Have you ever seen a cross-section of your bones? If you have, you’ve observed how calcium attaches itself and “binds to” the bone … Read More