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Beauty Research Releases Where to Shop Guide for 2012 Holiday Season

NEWPORT BEACH, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/21/12 -- Beauty Research, a beauty blogging web site, just released its Where to Shop Guide for the 2012 holiday shopping season. The guide focuses on the online shopping world and recommends a variety of web sites in the categories of Beauty, Health and Well Being, Gifts for your Pet, Special Occasions and Electronics and Toys. Each recommendation includes a description of the benefits and features the retailer has to offer. The Where to Shop Guide is designed to make it easier for holiday shoppers to find gifts that fit their budgets with ease and convenience.

"With so many places to shop this holiday season it's difficult to know which retailer is best. The answer lies in what your needs are. If you don't like crowds and like the convenience from shopping from home then your ideal gift shopping mode would be the internet. If however, you like getting out in the hustle and bustle of holiday fun (and sometimes not so much fun!) then going to your favorite mall may be right for you. Either way, it's important to start with a list, have a plan, know who you're shopping for, and how much you can realistically spend." - Writes Karen of Beauty Research

See the full blog posting featuring the 2012 Where to Buy Guide at BeautyResearch.com.

Where to Shop for Holiday Gifts

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/11/21/where-to-shop-for-holiday-gifts.aspx

Beauty Research covers a variety of topics on the subject of beauty and health. Check out these recent blog postings:

Customized Men's Skincare from Menscience Androceuticals and Anthony Logistics for Men

"Many high quality professional skin care brands offer exceptional lines for men. However, the percentile of products for them is typically much lower than it is for women. That is why it's imperative for men who want a broader product choice-base to look for brands that are dedicated solely to their gender. Menscience Androceuticals and Anthony Logistics for Men are two exceptional brands that are developed, formulated and completely focused on the whole and entire needs of men. Many guys like to look and feel spectacular just as much as we do but they have different needs than us, therefore it's important they find a skin care and shaving regimen that is specific to those needs. Menscience and Anthony Logistics Skin Care are uniquely and extraordinarily qualified to meet those needs." - Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/11/21/customized-men-s-skincare-from-menscience-androceuticals-and-anthony-logistics-for-men.aspx

Holiday Buying Guide with the Wow Factor

"We here at Beauty Research have put together the best holiday gift buying guide ever! If you want to give the perfect holiday gift this year... you've got to take a look at our top gift giving selections. We've placed them into three categories for your convenience as well as your needs. These gifts will give you the edge you'll need for being known as the best gift-giver on the planet. I would love to own any one of these fabulous beautifying gifts (in fact I do have a few of them!) and I can tell you that every one of them will make the lucky recipient not only thank you from the bottom of their grateful heart... but they'll also inspire everyone in the room to say 'WOW!'" - Writes Karen of Beauty Research

http://beautyresearch.com/blogs/beauty-research/archive/2012/11/19/holiday-buying-guide-with-the-wow-factor.aspx

Beauty Research is a beauty blogging web site started by two experienced skin care enthusiasts wishing to share tips and suggestions. The Beauty Research Where to Shop article as well as a Beauty Research Where to Shop forum can be found at BeautyResearch.com.

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