Tag Archives | Antioxidants

Allure

Dermatologist-Approved Anti-Aging Tips to Try for Better Skin

by Didi Gluck view feature on Allure.com Even the most well-informed and highly skeptical skin-care users (i.e., dermatologists) are buying into these buzzy treatments. Here, we’ve rounded up the best dermatologist-approved anti-aging tips and tricks to try for your best-looking skin yet. They’re Not Immune to the Hype Sometimes buzz, hype, and a Instagram blitz […]

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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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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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Seventeen

Sneaky Ways School Messes With Your Skin

by Kelsey Castanon view feature on Seventeen.com That finals week breakout is not just a coincidence. When you’re busier than ever with school, of *course* that’s when your skin decides to freak out. You’re not just imagining it. Here are three weird ways school and your skin are connected — and what you can do […]

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Refinery 29

What To Expect From Your Skin-Care Routine When You’re Expecting

by Alyssa Hertzig view feature on Refinery29.com Deli meat, soft cheese, and alcohol aren’t the only things you are often advised to give up during pregnancy. It’s smart to be cautious about certain ingredients in some of your go-to beauty products, too. And that’s incredibly crappy timing, considering your complexion is likely going through some […]

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COSMOPOLITAN

10 Ways to Finally Be a Morning Person

by Jolene Edgar view feature on Cosmopolitan.com From invigorating your skin to powering through your workday, these pro tips will help you look and feel your best even on the worst mornings. No matter how many alarms you set on your phone, you never seem to get out of bed on time or in the […]

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Allure

Dermatologist-Approved Anti-Aging Creams and Serums

by Liz Krieger view feature on Allure.com Top skin docs pick their favorite products to help you get younger-looking skin straight from the tube, jar, or bottle. Restorsea Renormalizing Serum with Vibransea Complex The Doctor: Anne Chapas is a dermatologist in New York City. Why She Loves It: It may sound fishy, but the hard […]

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Allure

The Best Skin-Care Routine for Your 40s

by Jolene Edgar view feature on Allure.com Forty is the new 30? Absolutely—especially if you’ve been following our advice for the last two decades. But as much as we all strive to look younger, 40—in its truest form—can actually bring its own beauty blessings. Acne subsides for most, as do the hormone-propelled pigment issues from […]

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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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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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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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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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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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Refinery 29

10 Skin Products Every City Girl Needs

by Celia Shatzman view feature on Refinery29.com At this point, we all know daily SPF is crucial for protecting our skin against the damaging and aging effects of the sun — even when it’s raining or we’re indoor cube-dwellers. But there’s another element you should be guarding against with equal vigor: pollution. Smog, car exhaust, […]

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