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How to treat melasma, aka the “pregnancy mask”

Dr. Whitney Bowe on Good Morning America! sharing tips on how best to treat melasma, AKA the “pregnancy mask,” a skin ailment characterized by brownish patches on the face that is especially common for women during and after pregnancy. For more tips and treatments, check out today’s #Glow Diaries post, and check out ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee’s […]

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Health Magazine

7 Super-Moisturizing Honey Beauty Products for Your Skin and Hair

by Kristin Canning view feature on Health.com These sweet honey products are packed with enzymes that help keep pores clean of dirt and oil. The sweet stuff has been used in beauty routines since ancient times, and for good reason. “Anyone will benefit from implementing honey into their routine because of its antibacterial and moisturizing […]

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Reader's Digest

10 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Grow Strong, Beautiful Nails

by Aubrey Almanza view feature on RD.com Say goodbye to weak and brittle nails with these easy techniques that anyone can nail. (See what we did there?) Keep them out of the water When it comes to strengthening fingernails, Samer Jaber, MD, of Washington Square Dermatology, says to “avoid excessive water exposure, as it can […]

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Allure

The New Erno Laszlo Double-Cleansing Sets Are Better For Your Skin Than A Single Face Wash

by Sarah Kinonen view feature on Allure.com Double-cleansing, while novel, isn’t exactly new. The travel-friendly Erno Laszlo Double Cleansing Sets are the latest versions to cross our desk, but a story on Vogue.com from 2015 suggested the technique dates back to the fourteenth century Korea or Japan, where women would smooth on both botanical oils […]

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What the Pros Have to Say About Accutane and Its Side Effects

by Victoria Moorhouse view feature on InStyle.com In this series, we take common beauty questions, of which we’ve heard about 23,464 conflicting answers to over the years, and myth-bust ’em once and for all. You’ve definitely heard of the word Accutane, whether or not you know what it is. For those that fall into the […]

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Men's Health

Does Dairy Really Cause Acne?

by Alisa Hrustic view feature on MensHealth.com Find out if your daily glass of milk is messing with your skin Acne sucks. But for a condition that affects so many people, there are still a lot of unknowns with it. One of the most controversial: Can what you eat or drink cause you to break […]

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Simon Said

Anti-Pollution Skincare Secrets

view feature on said.simon.com We all know that the smog of a city is anything but beneficial for our cardiovascular well-being, but what you may not know is that these irritants in the air can have a serious impact on your skin. While more visible issues like acne, dryness, and fine lines may be top […]

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OBSERVER.com

Are Magnetic Face Masks Instagram Bait or Actual Skincare?

by Sara Spruch-Feiner view feature on OBSERVER.com If Madonna is into them, you should be, too. The skincare industry, perhaps even more than any other sector of the beauty world, is known for its claims. You know the ones: “99 percent saw reduced wrinkles, 99.9 percent noticed their skin looked smoother.” And so on. Oftentimes, […]

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Fashionista

13 Face Scrubs That Won’t Rip Your Skin To Shreds

by Karina Hoshikawa view feature on Fashionista.com Because it doesn’t have to feel like sandpaper to get the job done. It’s not exactly an industry secret that face scrubs can be straight-up, capital-P Problematic. Artificial microbeads are *not* your friend (nor the environment’s) and in some cases, naturally derived exfoliants aren’t necessarily a better alternative. […]

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Better Homes and Gardens

Skin Care Tips for Cold Weather

by Ayren Jackson-Cannady view feature on BHG.com There’s more to protecting your skin in cold weather than wrapping it in layers of wool and knits. Here’s how to have smooth, soft skin no matter how many blizzard warnings you get. Cold to the bone, eh? Imagine what those icy outdoor temps can do to your […]

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The Cheat Sheet

7 Mistakes That Are Making Your Acne Even Worse

by Rachel Watkins view feature on CheatSheet.com You may think you’re doing all the right things when it comes to treating your blemish-prone skin, but you could be committing a few simple mistakes that are making your acne even worse. Consult this list of seven blunders that have a good chance of boosting your breakouts rather […]

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The Rachael Ray Show

The Coolest New Beauty Trends We Saw This Year

Dr. Whitney joins Rachael Ray to share the latest in skincare technology including the HiMirror, the LightStim LED bed and the Sweat Patch. Click her to view appearance on Rachael Ray Show.com view more of Dr. Bowe’s appearances on the Rachael Ray Show Whether it’s cellulite, crow’s feet, saggy knees, age spots, a double chin […]

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The List

Food that can ruin your skin

by Micki Spollen view feature on The List.com When it comes to acne, we know it’s caused by things we face in our everyday lives. Sweat, dirty pillowcases, and rogue hair product are just a few of the culprits of random breakouts. And wrinkles, of course, are an inevitable side effect of aging. But it’s not […]

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Men's Health

6 Small Skin Problems That Can Signal a Major Problem

by Meghan Rabbitt view feature on Mens’ Health.com If you suddenly sprouted a big, black mole, or couldn’t kick an itchy rash after a few days, you’d make an appointment with a dermatologist. But not all skin problems are as obvious. In fact, some that seem like no big deal might actually signal some pretty […]

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Consumer Reports

How to Prevent Dry Skin This Winter

by Catherine Roberts view feature on ConsumerReports.org Strategies for keeping your skin soft and supple, plus what to look for in a moisturizer. Yes, it’s cold outside. But freezing temperatures aren’t the only cause for the itchy, flaky dry skin you’re experiencing underneath all those layers of clothes. Also responsible is the heated—and dry—air in our […]

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