Keep your face protected while minimizing the risk of redness, irritation, and breakouts.From Prevention
Lactic acid is gentle, yet effective. (Promise!)
No irritation, just length and volume.Originally Appeared on Glamour
Cozy, but make it chic. From Oprah Magazine
Glossier skincare products have thousands of 5-star reviews, and you can get a trio of full-size items for 23% off right now.
We'll feel their impact for generations to come. From Oprah Magazine
If you're struggling with anxiety or depression, these may help.From Oprah Magazine
The actress launched her JLo Beauty line at Sephora in style.
Experiment with new looks without the commitment. From Oprah Magazine
We biked, burpee'd, and bench pressed in all the headphones we could get our hands on to figure out the best buds for a good sweat.
From skin slugging to soap brows, TikTok has become a gold mine for all kinds of out-there beauty trends and hacks that we're not ashamed to admit we've tried once or twice. Now, another buzzword hitting the platform in the last few months is "skin icing," which, jarring as it might sound, is believed to improve your skin's health and appearance. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, skin icing is the act of putting literal ice on your face. It's a form of cold therapy that's been around for ages and involves treating the skin with ice, ice rollers, ice water, or any cryotherapy tool that can lower the temperature of the skin. The point, as noted to us by celebrity facialist Candace Marino, is to "reduce inflammation, redness, and puffiness, while also stimulating circulation and helping to sculpt the face." These, of course, aren't the only reasons we've been seeing the trend everywhere lately. Read ahead to learn more about the benefits of skin icing and how you can safely do it at home.
Finding products that are affordable and effective can be difficult — especially when it comes to retinol. Along with being pricey, many retinol formulas can additionally be too harsh for those with sensitive skin. If you’re looking for a retinol moisturizer that’s gentle, budget-friendly and made with natural ingredients, Tree of Life’s retinol moisturizer is one worth trying.
Coconut oil is good for increasing skin hydration and inflammation, but it can also clog pores and cause acne.
The Apple TV+ special will chronicle the 25 year The Oprah Winfrey Show was on the air.
Shoppers say it tightens wrinkles like they’re aging backwards.
Hello, softer skin.
Kevin Hart has a really interesting approach to grooming. The actor/comedian recently spoke to the New York Times about the skin-care regimen he's committed himself to throughout the pandemic, and as it turns out, he takes his grooming routine just as seriously as the many projects he's involved in.
One 5-star reviewer says, "This product produces real results and has done wonders for my skin."
Some good news for 2021.
Dermatillomania, or excoriation disorder, is a chronic skin picking disorder which manifests as repetitive, compulsive gouging, scratching, and picking.