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Reader's Digest

13 Sunscreens Top Dermatologists Actually Use on Themselves

by Alviva Patz view feature on RD.com The SPF aisle is packed with products and can be super-confusing, so we cut to the chase and asked dermatologists which UV protectors they trust enough to use on themselves. Best basic face sunscreen “It’s not just UV rays but also infrared light and heat that cause cellular damage […]

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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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Daily Mail

GMA’s Ginger Zee reveals her post-pregnancy struggle with a condition that leaves her face covered in blotchy patches, before bravely removing her make-up on-air to chart her progress

by Erica Tempesta view feature on DailyMail.co.uk Ginger Zee always look impeccable when she is on Good Morning America, but the meteorologist has revealed her post-pregnancy struggle with melasma, a condition that causes blotchy, dark patches on the face. The 36-year-old happily removed her make-up on air Tuesday morning to show off her progress after […]

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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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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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Battling Winter Redness Just Got Way Easier

by Victoria Moorhouse view feature on InStyle.com So you don’t have to worry about your makeup melting off anymore, but thanks to an evil, ruthless force of nature called wind chill, winter presents a whole new ballgame of skin-care probs we have to deal with, and they’re not so cute. While we can celebrate rosy […]

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10 Ways to Get Rid of Acne Scars – for Good

 by Marissa Oliva view feature on redbook.com If youre still struggling with acne scars leftover from puberty (or, you know, that really bad zit from last week),try one of these foolproof fading methods. Keep Your Hands Off Your Zits Here’s how acne scars happen: “Inflammation from pimples trigger pigment cells to produce melanin, which is […]

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Real Simple

9 Secrets to Great Skin

By Genevieve Monsma view feature on RealSimple.com Everyone wants glowing, flawless skin. But for many of us, it’s hard to get there, especially when you have skin conditions like acne, dryness, oily skin, and more. All hope is not lost, though. Just about anyone can have great skin—but it will take some time, commitment, and […]

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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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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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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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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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