The right branding and packaging can normalize any product. No longer are vaginal bacteria-killing products and eczema creams banished to the back of your medicine cabinet. Even acne is being embraced thanks to brands like Starface , which turned brightly colored blemish patches into must-have accessories. Brands like Starface aren't all about style over substance, however. The industry-shifting products featured in the following slideshow work just as great as they look and effectively treat everything from boob sweat to thigh chafing.
Let's be real. Taking those five minutes morning, noon, and night to brush and floss your teeth isn't exactly the most exciting part of the day. In fact, it's pretty dang monotonous and there's great temptation to cut corners. That said, oral hygiene is super important — and not just because it keeps cavities, stinky breath, and infections away. Your oral health is actually tied to your greater well-being and, more specifically, your heart health.
There is no shortage of stellar new beauty brands competing for our attention. While testing through them can be part of the journey, sometimes we don't have the energy, time or funds to waste on lackluster lines. So, we've asked beauty experts for their picks of the under-the-radar hair, wellness and skin care brands that are totally worth a spot on your shelf.
At this point you'd be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't heard of Botox's ability to fight fine lines and wrinkles. "It's one of the number one treatments I do at my practice," says Dr. Dennis Gross, MD, a dermatologist and dermatological surgeon. "There's no golden age to start Botox — every person ages differently due to genetics and lifestyle choices and there's no age where you're too old for Botox. That being said, Botox is only FDA-approved and available for patients 18 and older." It's also worth underlining that Botox is not safe for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding and, those with a neurological disease, need clearance from their neurologist.
It's safe to say we're all about ready to bid adieu to 2020 and lean into the hope-filled prospects of a new year. For many, that also means making new resolutions that prioritize self-care, which includes our mental and physical health.
We all want to encourage our loved ones to indulge in a bit of self-care whether that means facilitating a workout, pampering their skin with clean beauty, loading their plate with healthy foods or ensuring they get good, quality sleep. If 2020 has taught us anything it's that health is wealth, so no matter your budget we've rounded up a variety of unique, health-minded holiday finds to delight anyone on your list .
Looking for a little gifting inspiration? We've got you covered. As beauty aficionados, we're highlighting some of our favorite products for head-to-toe beauty, whether that means a luxe body scrub, a frizz-soothing hair set, or even a beauty supplement or two! Keep reading to shop our picks.
When it comes to learning about skin care, there's a sea of memes, influencer-sponsored posts, and questionable DIY YouTube videos to swim through to find what you need to know. Sometimes it can be overwhelming and confusing to wade through all this info just to find basic information.
We've all been told to stand up straight or to buy the right ergonomic office chair, but just how important is maintaining good posture throughout the day? With expert guidance, we're uncovering some of the clear — and sometimes subtle — signs that your posture isn't ideal, as well as how ongoing poor posture can wreak havoc on our bodies in the short and long term. And of course, we're offering some simple and effective ways you can remedy the issue starting today.
While gyms are opening in some cities, going to indoor ones is still considered a "dangerous activity" in many states. Given the current situation and the fact that there are a flood of Instagram Live and online streaming options, many people are now opting to sweat at home (a trend that's great for wallet health, too!).
You already know that sunscreen is a summer (and well, really year-round) must. But what you might not be aware of is there are actually two types of sun protection: chemical and mineral (also known as physical). Mineral sunscreen, which uses zinc oxide and titanium dioxide to protect your skin from the sun, tends to be a great option for people with sensitive skin.
When she's not outfitting stars like Jessica Alba and Kylie Jenner or working on special projects like the recently launched H&M x P.E. Nation collection, P.E. Nation designer and stylist Pip Edwards is hard at work creating some of the most fashionable performance activewear. She also happens to wholly embody the holistically healthy lifestyle her brand promotes.
If you're looking for healthy inspo, look no further than fitness guru Mari Llewellyn, founder of Bloom Nutrition and Mari Fitness. Perhaps best known for having dropped multiple dress sizes through diet and exercise, she's the force behind a massively popular Instagram page.
Finding the motivation to get a solid workout on is tricky enough. Add the variable of a global pandemic to the mix — and an inability to sweat it out at your favorite gym — and it makes perfect sense that your desire to get physical might dwindle. Fret not. Sometimes all it takes is a quick, five-minute burst of activity to re-ignite the proverbial fire. We asked eight fitness gurus to share their own five-minute exercise regimens, so choose one (or maybe a few) to do between commercial breaks, when you wake up, or even consider a challenging a friend on FaceTime or Insta!
Cannabidiol (CBD) oil was, without a doubt, the biggest skin care ingredient of 2019. And luckily for us all, the calming ingredient still reigns supreme in trendy beauty ingredients with many exciting new CBD launches.
It would be an understatement to say that being diagnosed with celiac disease earlier this year completely upended my life. I quickly had to cut gluten — and therefore some of my favorite foods — out of my life for good.
Although being quarantined inside our homes can make us feel pretty powerless, it's heartening to know that so many companies — including some of your favorite beauty brands — are really stepping up and lending a hand to those that need it. And that, in a smaller way, you can support those efforts by, well, shopping.