If your relationship with moisturizer is the slap-it-on-in-the-morning kind, it's time for a new approach. Here, 10 easy (surprising!) ways to use moisturizer.
From the muds of Mar Menor in Murcia, Spain, to the waters of the presumed Fountain of Youth near Sarasota, Florida, these aquatic beauty treatments are as natural as they come.
I love chocolate just as much as any girl but I never, not even once, considered using it as a facial treatment. Oh yes ladies, you read that right!
No matter what your budget is, you deserve healthy skin.
You wouldn’t wear the same outfit or eat the same thing for dinner every day of your life, would you? So why keep the same beauty routine for twenty years?
If you ask any woman, regardless of skin type, whether she’d prefer her pores to look smaller, the answer is most likely going to be yes. But is it actually possible to permanently reduce the&nbs
The secret to a gorgeous, wrinkle-free complexion lies in what you eat. Before you reach for the bounty of cleansers, moisturizers, and toners in your bathroom, add the following seven foods to y
Blame your breakouts on the heat. Oils build up and clog pores, making your skin more susceptible to breakouts during the summer.
It seems everywhere you turn someone is talking about how awesome coconut oil is for absolutely every beauty dilemma. Frizzy hair? Coconut oil. Makeup remover? Coconut oil. Mosquito bites?
In a perfect world, you'd stay out of the pink (or red!) all summer long.
Most skin care products contain an overwhelming list of long, hard-to-pronounce names. It's mind-boggling trying to decipher what is truly effective and what just sounds fancy. Girl, I got you.
SPF can protect your skin from sun damage, but knowing what level of coverage to use, when to apply and how often to reapply will make it more effective.
Nobody is immune to the occasional break out, even adults. Don't hide from the world while you wait for it to pass, follow these quick remedies for 3 types of blemishes instead.
The name "Keratosis pilaris" sounds serious. The first time I heard it, I assumed it had something to do with skin cancer, because no one uses a term that technical to describe a harmless rash.
Blackheads are one the peskiest skin problems around, but thankfully, they're not the hardest to solve. In fact, you can reduce them using just a few everyday kitchen staples. We'll show you how.
Before you bare your arms and legs, follow our expert tips to get them smooth, glowing, and fuzz-free.
Anti-aging products and packaged junk food, though diametrically opposed in their intentions and results, actually have something in common: buzz words.
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