Every beauty ingredient works well on its own. But, in some
cases, pairing one ingredient with another only leads to better results. San
Francisco dermatologist Vic Narurkar, MD,
says the reason why ingredients are often paired together is because th...
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teenagers we’ve known junk
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One of the most confusing things about sunscreen is
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earth: ultraviolet A (UVA) rays and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. Overexposure to
either can lead to skin cancer, which is w...
As women, we always
think we need to look better or lose more weight, but the flood of dieting
advice that’s constantly rolling in can often prove counterproductive and
dangerous. We reached out to certified nutritionist and physician Dr. Taz
Whether it’s spurred by the regret of a short summertime
‘do or just always wishing your locks were a few inches longer, it seems as
though women will do whatever it takes to get their hair to grow
quicker. We teamed up with some top hair care expert...
You’ve finally made it a habit of getting to the gym or doing a
regular at-home workout, but you find yourself starving before you get moving or
right after breaking a good sweat. So, what’s the best way to quell those hunger
pains without undoing all ...
may sound like a treatment best left to professionals to administer, but don’t
be intimidated—at-home peels can work wonders on your skin, and are safe, when
According to Houston dermatologist Jennifer Segal, MD, at-home ...