Refinery 29

Science Says This Is A Secret To Clearer Skin

by Kate Sullivan view article on Refinery29.com Not to brag, but I’ve had cystic acne for years — and recently developed my first case of eczema, to boot. “How can one woman be so sensual?” is a question that you are not asking right now. And the question I am asking is: “What the hell […]

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New York Magazine The Cut

I’m Sorry, But Your Pores Can’t Get Any Smaller

by Kathleen Hou view article on NYMag.com I first learned about pores in the sixth grade when a girl in my group of friends, snarking on another girl in our math class, said, “Michelle’s pores are huge.” “What are pores? How can you tell hers are huge?” I innocently asked. And thus, I had tasted […]

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People Magazine

Do These Bizarre Celeb Beauty Tricks Really Work? We Asked Pros

Experts explain whether or not stars’ craziest glam tips are actually worthwhile. By Jillian Ruffo view the entire article on PeopleStyleWatch.com 3 of 9 – BELLA THORNE The claim: The star told People she avoids using powder on her cheeks, because it can cause a talc infection. The truth: “If you use your own powder (and don’t share […]

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Violet Grey.com

Fuzz-Free in a Flash

A (re-)education in hair removal, just in time for swimsuit season. by Fiorella Valdesolo view article on VioletGrey.com In a perfect world, all of us would be genetically blessed with smooth, hairless limbs. Next-best scenario, we would have planned ahead and booked out five months’ worth of laser appointments to ensure a stubble-free future (see […]

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New Beauty Magazine

A CoolSculpting Patient Tells Her Story

view on NewBeauty.com CoolSculpting is a breakthrough treatment that eliminates fat for good without going under the knife. But, the results often go beyond just seeing physical changes. For many patients, it inspires real changes in their confidence and happiness. One patient, Helena, tells her story of how CoolSculpting—and the results she got from just […]

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Prevention Magazine

6 Surprising Reasons You’re Breaking Out

by Aviva Patz view article on Prevention.com Breakouts are for teenagers, right? So why did you wake up this morning with a huge zit on your chin? Turns out, pimples affect some 35% of women in their 30s, 26% in their 40s, and 15% of women 50 and older, according to a study from Harvard […]

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Vogue

Why Your Next Moisturizer Should Be a Gel

by Jolene Edgar view article on Vogue.com Gel moisturizers have long had an image problem. Known more for what they lack—potentially pore-clogging oil—than what they could possibly provide, they’ve been relegated to the troubled-skin realm for years. “We always steered those with sensitive or dry skin away from gels, because they were stripping and better […]

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The Rachael Ray Show

Spring Clean Your Beauty Routine with 3 Tips

view article on RachaelRayShow.com Spring cleaning doesn’t have to just apply to your home, it can also apply to your body! Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe is here with three tips that can help you change up your beauty routine for spring. No. 1: The Right Way to Shave Your Legs First, Dr. Bowe shows you […]

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New Beauty Magazine

Dr. Whitney Bowe Explains How CoolSculpting Really Works

view video on NewBeauty.com New York dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe explains how you can eliminate fat for good without going under the knife. A good candidate for CoolSculpting is anyone who is looking to target unwanted fat that is often times resistant to diet and exercise. From how it feels to what kind of results […]

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New Beauty Magazine

Study Confirms Your Face Creams May Not Be Doing What They Say They Will

by Brittany Burhop view article on NewBeauty.com Many skin care products contain liposomes—tiny nano-size particles made out of the same material as a cell membrane—that serve as a delivery system, sending active ingredients directly to skin cells on a cellular level to help boost collagen production and reduce signs of aging like lines and wrinkles. Recently, scientists at […]

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Teen Vogue

How 8 #GirlBosses Get Ready in the Morning

by Sue Williamson view article on TeenVogue.com 9/10 Dr. Whitney Bowe, NYC-based dermatologist “Every morning, I wake up and drink a bottle of water to start off my day with a boost of hydration! I jump in the shower, then moisturize my rough spots (elbows, knees, heels) and within 5 minutes of stepping out, use […]

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Readers Digest

9 Smart Skin Habits Dermatologists Start Every Spring

by Kelsey Kloss view article on ReadersDigest.com Update your skin-care routine to start the spring season glowing and rejuvenated. They spring clean their cosmetics When in doubt, toss it out. There are no FDA regulations for skin-care product expiration dates, but it is important to be vigilant about swapping out products regularly (because they do […]

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Lipstick - Glamour.com

The Best Skin Care Products Under $20, According to Pros

by Deanna Pai view full article on glamour.com/lipstick 15 of 15 Josie Maran Bear Naked Wipes ($12, sephora.com) No sink? No problem. “These are the perfect alternative to remove makeup and refresh your face when you don’t have access to face wash or water,” says NYC dermatologist Whitney Bowe, M.D. “They contain argan oil, which […]

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DailyMakeover.com

What You Really Need to Know About Dermaplaning

by Caitlin S. Miller view article on DailyMakeover.com By now you’ve probably heard of dermaplaning. From celebs who swear by it (word on the street is Marilyn Monroe was a fan) to glossy magazines that boast its benefits, dermaplaning is a top buzz word in the skin care biz. But do you really know what it does? If […]

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Refinery 29

You May Have Been Using Your Face Mask Wrong All Along

by Jolene Edgar view article on Refinery29.com Watch The Clock This dictum applies to all but non-setting moisturizing cream masks, which, for the most part, “can be left on for hours, even overnight, for heightened benefits,” says Jeannette Graf, MD, a dermatologist in Great Neck, NY. Exceeding the directed two-to-five-minute face time on most clay […]

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