Acne affects up to 50 million Americans annually, and some suffer a lot more than others. For those with a severe case, the drug Accutane may be your only option when other prescription medications and procedures fail to work. Those who suffer from mild acne can probably calm their skin’s current condition with over-the-counter products. If […]
Getting everything you want all the time would be nice, but unless your name is Veruca Salt (and even she paid the price eventually), life is a series of trade-offs.
News flash! Contrary to what you may have read at the nail salon or in the checkout line, celebrities are not just like us.
When we first laid eyes on this cute blending sponge, we were both stoked (look how adorable!) and nervous (if a blending sponge shaped like an egg rings in at $20 a pop, how much would a diamond-shaped one cost?). But it turns out it’s our lucky day, because this marbled cutie only looks expensive.
Who can forget Sex and the City’s Aidan insisting on hoarding five separate Speed Sticks? Much like foundation and SPF, the deodorant is a mysterious creature.
Two months ago, if you’d asked me if I’d be in the office of dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD, getting fillers with one of my best friends, I’d have told you not a chance in hell.
Like booster supplements in smoothies and freshly pressed green-drink orders, the use of serums in skin care can at first seem like a superfluous, if not costly indulgence.
Your face is like a toddler. To wit: It needs lots of coddling, and even if it’s generally well-behaved, it will inevitably throw a tantrum. Usually when you least expect it.
Pore strips are one of those inventions we didn’t really know we needed, but now that we’ve experienced them, we don’t think we can live without them.
No-makeup makeup. It’s a paradox, right? Unless you’re blessed with a pre-filtered face, you’ll need to work to look like you just #wokeuplikethis.
Navigating the overwhelming drugstore makeup aisles can be like managing your Netflix queue — you know there’s tons of good stuff in there, but where to start?
Living in Seoul and having access to cheap-and-when-you-want-it skin care is a perk that doubles as a discovery depot for the latest beauty gadgets and procedures to hit the market.