A few notes off the top of my head:
You need some better-looking type for the site logo. Compacta or Impact (or whatever that very heavy sans serif is) just isn't going to cut it - it's too heavy and lacks personality. Nothing wrong with sans-serif, but what you have looks a bit generic.
More pictures of the product. The ones you have are good, but they should be larger and more prominently displayed - pick one or a few that best illustrates the idea and have it on the front page, so people can get the idea of what it is more immediately.
The nose and lips graphic isn't contributing anything of value to the page design - it seems a little non-sequitur.
I might take better advantage of that Dean Yeagle art and enlarge it inside that upper header area so that it crops but fills the space.
Lose the grey top band.
The black background is probably too severe - red and black is a very strong combination and overwhelms the art and product photos.
I spent a few minutes with it and sketched this out: