Refinery 29

This Magnetic Face Mask Is The Coolest Thing You’ll See Today

by Mi-Anne Chan view feature on Refinery29.com In the ever-evolving world of beauty, the face mask category has quickly become the most innovative. There was once a time when we were satisfied with a minty dollop of Queen Helene. Now, bubble masks, metallic masks, and even animal-print sheets have taken over our bathroom shelves. Just […]

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Refinery 29

PSA: You Need To Change Your Razor, STAT

by Maria Del Russo view feature on Refinery29.com Recently, the Refinery29 beauty team got into a heated debate over shaving. More specifically, how often one needs to change his or her razor. As an Italian-American woman who has been #blessed with thick, coarse, dark hair from my head to my toes, I have gotten into […]

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Seventeen

Why Your Period Makes You Break Out and How to Deal

by Jillian Ruffo view feature on Seventeen.com If zits are popping up in these spots at the same time every month, you’ve got hormonal acne. Here’s everything you need to know to stop monthly breakouts for good. If zits are popping up in these spots at the same time every month, you’ve got hormonal acne. […]

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StyleCaster.com

Is Summer’s Biggest Fashion Trend Bad For Your Skin?

by Alix Tunell view feature on StyleCaster.com I did a bad thing in June. I went to the notoriously sweltering Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in a crisscross halter dress, stood in the sun for hours drinking glass after glass of Champagne, and didn’t apply any sunscreen. When I got home at the end of the […]

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Cutis.com

Cosmetic Corner: Dermatologists Weigh in on Lip Balms

view feature on Cutis.com Leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on the top lip balms. See what they’re recommending to their patients and why. To improve patient care and outcomes, leading dermatologists offered their recommendations on lip balms. Consideration must be given to: Aquaphor Lip Repair Beiersdorf, Inc Recommended by Gary Goldenberg, MD, New York, New […]

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Vogue

The Right Way to Use a Skin-Resurfacing Peel in the Summer

by Jenna Rennert view feature on VOGUE.com Peels sometimes get a bad rap. While they’ve been proven to reduce serious signs of aging—spots, red marks, uneven texture—and hailed as the miracle product by dermatologists across the globe, a handful of cautionary tales (and at least one infamous Sex and the City episode) linger in the […]

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aol.com

8 common mistakes to avoid with bug repellent

by Phil Mutz view feature on Aol.com Summer means spending time by the pool, going for hikes in nature, telling stories by the campfire, and grilling in the backyard with the family. And while all of these activities are enjoyable, they also all take place outside. That means needing to find ways to keep the […]

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StyleCaster.com

The Charcoal Water Brand All Over Your Instagram Now Does #BeautyWater

by Jasmine Garnsworthy view feature on StyleCaster.com Can a drink that looks, feels, and tastes like water be the answer to your skin, hair, and nail problems? That’s the thought behind the skyrocketing growth of the drinkable beauty industry, a logical next step to the superfood-filled smoothie and juice craze that—during the last few years—managed to […]

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Brides 365

3 Habits You Need to Form Before Saying ‘I Do’

by Heather Dornhecker view feature on Brides365.com It’s a long journey to the alter – ensure you’re on the right track to looking and feeling your best with these healthy pre-wedding habits. 1. Prep Your Skin Nobody wants problematic skin, especially on your wedding day. Visiting a dermatologist four to six months pre-wedding is your […]

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Women's Health

We Might All Be Doomed to Have Acne for the Rest of Our Lives

by Ali Finney view feature on WomensHealthMag.com If your longest-standing relationship is with your oral acne antibiotic, you might want to sit down for this. New research from the doctors at the British Association of Dermatology suggests that, rather than clearing up your breakouts, taking meds like doxycycline and clindamycin for longer than six months […]

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ELLE

5 Ways to Get Rid of Your Under-Eye Bags For Good

by Katie Dickens view feature on Elle.com Despite what you might think, it’s easy to get rid of unwanted baggage—at least the kind that resides beneath your lower lids. Lots of us are familiar with these under eye bags, caused by everything from late nights to genetics. “The skin around your eyes is the most […]

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Hum Nutrition

Decoded: The Link Between Dairy and Acne

by Allie Flinn view feature on HumNutrition.com Cheese is my gateway drug to unhealthy eating. Seriously, if I get my hands on a piece of Tillamook cheddar, it’s all over. #GoodbyeCleanEats. And, potentially, goodbye blemish-free skin. Dairy and acne — and if they’re related — has been hotly debated. Chances are you know someone who […]

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Allure

The FDA Wants More Information on the Safety of Hand Sanitizers

by Jessica Chia view feature on Allure.com Hand sanitizers, which are supposed to keep you safe and reduce infections, may not actually be safe…or reduce infections. Spurred by new scientific information—and a lawsuit from the Natural Resources Defense Council—the FDA has issued a request for more safety and efficacy information on the active ingredients in […]

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TotalBeauty.com

9 Gluten-Free Makeup and Beauty Brands

by Jessica Amaris view article on TotalBeauty.com Allergic to wheat? You may have to give up entire food groups, but you don’t have to give up your beauty products. When you’re Paleo or celiac beauty junkie, sure, you care a ton about just how much length your mascara gives you, but you also worry about […]

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Yahoo Beauty

Your Guide to Never Getting Chapped Lips Again

by Kathleen Hou view article on Yahoo.com Like your soul, your lips take a battering from the intense heat of the summer. They chap, flake, burn, and can feel drier than a week-old baguette. This is partly because they don’t have sweat glands, just a small number of oil-producing glands, according to Dr. Heidi Waldorf, […]

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Today Health & Wellness

The 6 biggest health mistakes women make in their 30s

by Joan Raymond view article on Today.com For many women, turning 30 marks the real beginning of adulthood. You’re established in a career, and maybe in a relationship. You might be thinking about starting a family. You feel pretty good about yourself, and all the health indiscretions of your 20s — remember those all-night parties […]

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Reader's Digest

8 Things Dermatologists Do Every Summer That You Don’t

by Kelsey Kloss view article on rd.com Insider advice for glowing, low-cancer-risk skin Lose old layers Twice a week, scrub skin with a brush, an exfoliating scrub, or a salicylic acid wash to brighten it and allow lotions and serums to absorb more deeply. If your skin becomes irritated, exfoliate just once a week. Here’s […]

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