Busy women don't have time for a complicated beauty routine. They engage in different activities each day. The time they have is never enough for all the activities they need to attend to in the course of their day. These tips will help busy women look like they have all the time in the world. These simple tips can help you look fantastic.Read Full Story
The warm weather does wonders for our souls, but we could certainly do without the extra time it takes to shave, wax and laser off every exposed hair on our bodies. Before you reach for that razor, make sure your preferred hair removal technique is also kind to your skin.Read Full Story
It's estimated that as many as 7.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from psoriasis, but it's not exactly the kind of club you want to be a card-carrying member of. For all of us "polka dots" out there, these 21 truths are simply part of the dues we pay on the daily.Read Full Story
When self-tanners replaced the actual act of roasting in the sun for the sake of bronzed skin (at the expense of our health), we thought: It's about time. But many women are taking things one step further and eliminating chemicals from their tanning routine by cooking up their own self-tanning products right in their kitchens.Read Full Story
Now that you're a "big girl" who's joined the 30s club, there are some beauty rituals you should think about kissing goodbye along with your 20s if you want to keep that youthful glow. Your skin, hair and nails will thank you. Promise.Read Full Story
The redness, the swelling, the red speckles all over your face at the most inconvenient of times: We’ve all been there. Acne is a condition that usually plagues us during our teenage years due to the androgen hormones making the skin’s oil glands larger, producing more sebum (that gross white waxy stuff that comes out of a pimple). But for half of people in their 20s and 30s, and about 4 percent of those in their 40s, acne is still more than just a distant teenage nightmare.Read Full Story
If acne is more than just a passing annoyance of your youth, then chances are you’ve gone to a dermatologist for a solution. He or she probably spent five minutes with you in their office, wrote you a prescription and sent you on your way.Read Full Story
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