You wouldn't leave home these days without hand sanitizer in your bag. It's a must-have product to keep germs and sickness at bay. You don't have to settle for versions that dry out your skin and come in bland packaging, though. Plenty of brands now offer moisturizing formulas housed in chic containers worthy of a spot on your vanity.
It's summer and you're hot. You're looking for anything and everything to help keep you cool. An Evian spray bottle, a portable fan, hovering over your air conditioner...all viable options, but we have something better. There are actually beauty solutions that can keep you comfortably cool while boosting your skin.
From gold-infused body oil to luminizing drops to universally flattering gilded eyeshadows, summer is all about maximizing your glow. Thankfully, it's never been easier to shine all season long. To help you shimmer from head to toe like the goddess you are, we're showcasing seven luxurious glowing beauty products.
If you have sensitive skin, you likely approach new products and treatments with caution. Even if you really, really want to try them. Dermaplaning is probably one of those buzzy treatments you've been meaning to try. But you may be wondering how your skin will react to having a blade remove layers of skin.
Summer skin care articles are a dime a dozen right now. In them you'll find a bounty of terms that you probably know along with many you don't quite understand. To help break down the jargon, we're defining common sun care terms. Keep reading to discover the difference between UVA and UVB rays, the definition of photosensitivity and much, much more.
I've been using Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare's DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro, $435, a three-minute LED device for the face, for over a month. Now I'm convinced that LED therapy devices work. It has a setting for wrinkles, one for blemishes and a combination setting. I use the third option almost daily and could tell after about a week that it cleared up lingering blemishes and redness.
Men may not always be proactive about it, but they don't like redness, acne or blackheads any more than women do. While it's tempting to slather some of your moisturizer on your guy's face, that isn't always a good idea.
Stability is a very good thing. Especially when it comes to vitamin C. We've all heard about how vitamin C is an effective yet temperamental ingredient because it degrades very easily. Which is why you need stabilized vitamin C in your skin care routine.
We often think of acne as something that affects the delicate skin on our faces. But it can occur anywhere we have oil glands. The higher the concentration of glands, the more prone to acne the area is. That's why our faces are notorious for breakouts, followed by our chests and backs.
Any dermatologist will tell you there's nothing more important for your skin than putting on sunscreen every day. But many people still fail to do so. Common excuses include unpleasant texture, streaks and dulling of the skin.
Slugging sounds like some ultra trendy wellness fad or another viral TikTok food hack. But it actually has to do with your skin. It began as a Korean beauty secret and became popular via social media. In case you are wondering, it doesn't involve actual slugs. Or K-beauty's beloved snail mucin.
The pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives. Face masks have forced us to reevaluate our beauty routines. We've focused our makeup routine on our eyes and even developed strategies to deal with maskne.
Fresh fruit is an enjoyable treat in both spring and summer. It's juicy and refreshing, making it the perfect snack on a hot day. Or any day for that matter. It turns out that applying fruit on your skin can have serious benefits. Yep, everything from watermelon to cherry to papaya has the ability to boost your glow, protect your skin from harsh environmental elements, calm redness and more.
It's no surprise that "how to get rid of acne" was one of the most searched beauty questions of 2020. It's always been a common skin care concern, but since we've all been wearing masks lately maskne has become a real issue.
Plenty of skin care ingredients have a historical background or roots in holistic well-being. But not all of them have the scientific research and data to back up their claims. If you're someone who appreciates a good study or you simply want to put your money where the data is, stick to the following anti-aging ingredients that have been proven effective.
The first time I had an oxygen facial I remember thinking it was one of the most luxurious experiences in the world. It was bubbly and invigorating and I knew it was doing glorious things for my skin. What's more, it was one of the first times my husband actually noticed I had pampered myself. So when I learned there was an at-home device that could basically deliver the same results, I was in.
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.
As a teenage debutante in Richmond, Tinsley Mortimer says she has been experimenting with makeup and skincare from a very young age. While her signature southern charm can be traced back to her Virgina upbringing, most of us didn't get to know her until the early aughts when she became a veritable it girl on the New York social scene, culminating with her own CW reality show High Society. Fast forward a few years and she joined the cast of Real Housewives of New York only to leave three years later, in 2020, after her engagement to Chicago-based CouponCabin CEO Scott Klut.