I know, you’ve been taking baths since you were a baby. But do you really know how to turn bathing into an experience that is not only a cleansing and relaxing experience, but also a skin treatment regimen? Here’s some advice for using your tub time as an opportunity to improve your skin’s texture, moisture and health. Read more →
Ever step out of the shower, clean as a whistle, towel off and within minutes your skin feels tight and itchy? Let me guess. You used soap. That trusty, dependable bar that’s been your bath buddy since childhood is somewhat of an enemy now that the rubber ducky is retired and your skin is struggling to stay hydrated as time ticks by.
Back in college, I had a girlfriend who had to-die-for long, thick, wavy hair. She wasn’t shy about sharing her secret. Every week, on Sunday evenings to be exact, she poured an entire cup of warm olive oil over her head, turbaned up with a warm towel and went about her business for a few hours (at home, of course) before washing it out. A little strange, I thought, but easy enough. I decided to give it a try.
The frigid temperatures and dry air of winter can take a heavy a toll on your lips. If you’re anything like me, you’re obsessed with lip balm. I, honest to goodness, have a near panic attack if I don’t have lip balm on me at all times.
Remember the first makeup you had as a little girl? I’ll bet it tasted like strawberries, fit perfectly in your pocket and triggered a collection (or should I say obsession?) of flavors and colors that took up every free inch of surface space on your dresser—well into your teenage years.
The sweltering heat of summer has finally given way to the crispness of autumn, so now is the perfect time to switch up your skincare routine.
Whether the dry air is making your face flaky or summer damage is starting to show up on your skin, it’s never too late to give yourself a fresh start. Check out our top skincare and beauty picks for the fall season:
Whether you call them zits, spots, pimples or blemishes, one thing is for sure—none of these words are terms of endearment. But I’ve got good news. If blemishes bring you down, you can break the breakout cycle with a consistent skincare routine and products that are right for your skin type. Read more →
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