Town & Country

These Anti-Aging Extras Will Take Your Skincare to the Next Level

by Jolene Edgar view feature on TownandCountryMag.com We asked dermatologists about the products and ingredients that get you next-level results. If you’re serious about anti-aging—like, syringe-between-the-eyes serious—then your product regimen is likely no joke: your acid-imbued peel pads are of derm-devised potency, your retinoid game couldn’t be more on point, and sunscreen is, naturally, your […]

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Reader's Digest

8 Home Remedies for Blackheads to Make Them Vanish

by Elizabeth Xu view feature on RD.com Use these natural treatments and home remedies to fight blackheads and clear up your complexion on your nose and your entire face. What’s the deal with blackheads? Blackheads are tricky. No matter how well you take care of your skin, they just show up sometimes, usually at the […]

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Health Magazine

7 Healthy Diet Changes for Better Skin

by Jolene Edgar view feature on Health.com Truly radiant skin starts from within. Clear skin diet Emerging research is underscoring a shift in the way we think about beauty—now, it’s less about superficial fixes and more about understanding the key components of good health. In other words, beauty literally does start from within. Here, seven […]

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Los Angeles Times

La Mer brings luxury touch to the makeup counter

by Rachel Strugatz view feature on LATimes.com Plain old foundation just won’t cut it anymore. This was La Mer’s thinking, too, and on Oct. 3 the brand will bring its first major makeup collection to market. The 50-year-old company’s signature Creme de la Mer is getting pigmented counterparts in the form of a foundation that’s being […]

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Reader's Digest

8 Things That Dermatologists Do Every Fall That You Don’t

by Gabrielle Sorto view feature on rd.com The fall season means pumpkin-flavored everything, football, flannels, hayrides—and dry skin. Here are skin-care tips from dermatologists to protect your skin during the fall. They exfoliate a little less When your skin begins to get flaky, you may be inclined to exfoliate. Exfoliating every so often is fine, […]

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Daily Mail

Are MAGNETS the real key to perfect skin?

by Lindsey Unterberger view feature on DailyMail.com.uk As magnetic face masks hit the beauty aisles, FEMAIL finds out if the pricey products are worth the money Magnets have been used throughout history to promote healing Skincare companies like Lancer and Dr. Brandt are now launching their own versions of face masks that can only be […]

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Today

15 drugstore face washes celebrity experts trust for great skin

by Janell M. Hickman view feature on Today.com Celebrities aren’t all born with good skin; most of them work at it! And wearing pore-clogging makeup as often as they do definitely doesn’t help. But as top dermatologists and aestheticians know, you don’t need pricey products or a skin expert on speed dial to look #flawless. […]

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Allure

This Is the Perfect Skin-Care Routine for Your 20s

by Jolene Edgar view feature on Allure.com We get it: Ruling the world from one’s iPhone leaves little time for diligent skin care. But “by your mid-twenties, you really need to start paying attention,” says Kristina Holey, a holistic facialist in San Francisco. Breakouts, brown spots, and dry patches are likely on your mind. But […]

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New York Magazine The Cut

Get Ready to Lay Magnets on Your Face for Better Skin

by Ashely Weatherford view feature on NYMag.com The legend of Cleopatra’s beauty routine is as complex as any Hellenistic epic, but I’m sorry to say that many of the wisdoms born from it are useless drivel (though a milk-and-honey bath sounds very relaxing). One of the lesser-known myths from her routine, however, might bear some […]

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Teen Vogue

What the Acne on Every Part of Your Face Means

by Sarah Ferguson view feature on TeenVogue.com Decoding your pimples. Do you always break out on your chin? Or maybe acne always seems to crop up on your cheeks or your T-zone. According to New York-based dermatologist, Dr. Whitney Bowe, “based on Ayurvedic (a holistic approach to health) principles, there are reasons you might be […]

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Refinery 29

The Crazy Thing That Happened The First Time I Got Fillers

by Alix Tunellview feature on Refinery29.com I don’t think anyone, save for a woman in labor, has ever sweat so hard while sitting perfectly still in an air-conditioned room. The crunchy paper on the exam chair had turned to mush and was disintegrating under my legs, my black (thank god) dress was damp with sweat, […]

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Refinery 29

Would You Put Urine On Your Face For Better Skin?

by Alix Tunell view feature on Refinery29.com I want you to sit back, close your eyes, and think long and hard about good skin. Glowy skin. Breakout-free skin. How badly do you want it? Would you give up dairy? Force an orgasm every day? (Okay, that one’s easy.) Pee on a cotton pad and rub […]

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COSMOPOLITAN September 2016

5 Major Ways Stress Can Affect Your Body

by Kristen Dold view feature on Cosmopolitan.com download feature as PDF Back in our Paleo days, hormones gushed and neurotransmitters fired in order to help us skirt life-threatening situations. “We’re not faced with as many run-like-hell physical emergencies today,” says Sally Winston, codirector of the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Institute of Maryland. “But that fight-or-flight […]

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Today

The best foods you can eat for healthy hair

by Meghan Holohan view feature on Today.com When hair looks limp, dull and lifeless, people often turn to new shampoos and conditioners for that extra oomph. But really, a poor diet could be the culprit for lackluster locks. “[Lifeless hair] is usually coming from the inside out,” says Michael Stranko, a hair stylist at Hair […]

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