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Fast Fix: Does Intermittent Fasting Help Your Ski
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If you’ve ever had a late-night chocolate binge and woken up with a face full of zits, you’re probably no stranger to the fact that diet has a role in your skin’s health. So, if what yo...
Placenta Skincare: Is It What We *Think* It Is?
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I admit that, like most skincare-obsessed people, there aren’t a lot of weird ingredients out there I haven’t tried at least once. Snail mucin? Sure! Donkey milk? Why not? But even this...
How to Exfoliate Your Face: How Much Is Too Much 
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Photo Source: Frank Body Fun fact: every hour we shed between 30,000 and 40,000 skin cells (1). Gross right? Thankfully it’s not as bad as it sounds: shedding is a byproduct of the way ...
Is Hydroquinone Safe? Let's Weigh the Pros and Co
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Sitting in rush-hour traffic, waiting for your Postmates order and for your post-acne marks to fade. An all too familiar scene, amiright?? After a seemingly endless bout with hormonal ...
Your Botox Questions, Answered
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Modern beauty is broader and more encompassing than ever before. Science, technology, and evolving standards have taken us far beyond mascara, lipstick, and cold cream. Now, we have mi...
Hot Forever: Best Skin Tightening Treatments To T
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Anti-aging is kind of a weird word. It makes aging out to be a bad thing. But, who wants to stay 23 years old with a 23-year-old salary and 23-year-old roommate situation forever? On th...
Why Social Media Needs Acne-Positivity Now More T
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  Photo Source: Peter Devito One particularly sleepless night, after another mindless Instagram binge, I went into my phone to finally set up time limits for my social media apps. That m...
What Drinking Alcohol Really Does to Our Skin
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It starts out innocently enough. Some friends want to grab a drink after work and then, boom! Next thing I know, I’m a handful of cocktails deep because—hey, as Lizzo says, blame it on...
Green Tea and the Benefits Your Skin Should Be Dr
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Green tea is one of the oldest tricks in the book, as in, it’s ancient. Fun fact: It’s also one of the world’s most awesome happy accidents, or so they say. Legend has it that back arou...
Skincare So Good You Could Eat It—Really
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Plenty of naturally derived skincare ingredients come from food sources. Glycolic acid is derived from sugarcane and lactic acid from sour milk. So when should you eat something over rub...
What is Bakuchiol? The Retinol Alternative You Ne
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Bakuchiol is an active compound from the babchi plant which has been used in both traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to treat a number of conditions, including skin disorders lik...
Why "Skip Care" is Replacing the Korean 10-Step R
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The latest skin-care trend is the answer to our desire for a more streamlined approach that gets the job done just as well. Ente...