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Kosas Chemistry Deodorant
Kosas is stepping into the body-care world by launching its first natural deodorant, aptly named Chemistry. The new deo is formulated with a slew of pH-balancing acids (lactic, mandelic, and hyaluronic) to gently exfoliate your underarms while it freshens them. And speaking of fresh, Chemistry comes in two scent options: fragrance-free and Serene Clean, a warm-but-clean scent with notes of vetiver and ylang-ylang.
$14 (Available in July)
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Erno Laszlo Firming Cream
The star ingredient in the new Erno Laszlo Firming Cream is bakuchiol, which is a plant-derived retinol-like ingredient. Bakuchiol not only helps smooth skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines (in a very animal-friendly way, we may add), but also manages to plump up skin simultaneously.
$128 (Shop Now)
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Bioderma H20 Hydrabio Wipes
Bioderma is adding another makeup remover to its collection with these H20 Hydrabio Wipes. Ideal for dry skin, these biodegradable wipes are drenched in the brand's iconic micellar water for a gentle-yet-effective way to remove all your makeup in a single swipe.
$10 (Available in July)
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- 4 / 5
Method Berry Balance Body Wash
The fruity scent of the new Method Berry Balance Body Wash will have you day-dreaming about pies. (Yes, pies.) Made with açai, mulberry, and goji berries, you'll feel like you stepped right into a fresh fruit garden once you start to lather this refreshing cleanser onto your skin.
$7 (Available in July)
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DHC By the Sea Mineral Lotion
If you're in need of a good moisturizer, look no further than DHC's By the Sea Mineral Lotion. This luxurious lotion is so lightweight, it almost feels like you're wearing nothing. The formula is made with plant-derived ingredients like Japanese rose extract and purple laver (a type of seaweed), which brighten and hydrate skin.
$32 (Available in July)
Self-care game strong.Originally Appeared on Glamour
Glossier just dropped a brand-new product, and I can finally talk about it. I scored a sample that I've been testing over the last few weeks, so when my girlfriends commented on how good my skin was looking over Zoom, I just had to smile and nod like I had no idea why.
Like most beauty editors, we're passionate about sunscreen - and you should be, too. Very few skin-care products are as important, or personal, as sunblock. Everyone has their likes and dislikes when it comes to beauty, but nothing compares to the love you develop for a quality sun-protection product that fits your unique needs. The level of performance we expect from our sunscreen formula is unmatched. As we head into the peak sun months when most of us will either be outside, at the beach, or by the pool for long hours at a time, it's important that you have an SPF product that will keep you protected from the sun's harmful UV rays. The alternative is painful sunburns, premature signs of aging, and worst case scenario, skin cancer - all of which are completely avoidable with proper sun-protection measures. If you're someone who hasn't quite found their perfect sunscreen match, or have coined yourself "not a sunscreen person," we rounded up a list of our editors' most beloved sun-protection products that's 20 options deep. Whether you're looking for a body sunscreen that's easy to apply, a face sunscreen that wears well under makeup, or an option that's suitable for acne-prove skin, there's an editor-approved product out there for you. In other words, even the pickiest of beauty shoppers are sure to find a great sunscreen to try ahead.
The deal should allow Voyant to expand the types of beauty products it manufactures.
Coty is looking to the social media superstar to help catapult it into meaningful market share in skin care.
- The Mighty
The writer describes how he deals with taking care of himself and his home to make things as easy as possible to avoid becoming overwhelmed when experiencing depression.
Update: On July 2, Unilever announced that it had officially changed the name of the popular skin-lightening brand Fair & Lovely to Glow & Lovely. Though the original rebranding announcement was a step in the right direction, the official name change was met with some criticism online.
- Yahoo Life Videos
Dermatologist Tess Mauricio shares four products to help protect your skin from breakouts and blemishes while wearing a mask.
Popular anti-aging skincare products are up to 50 percent off.
Finding a skin-care routine that helps clear acne can leave anyone feeling helpless — especially when stubborn breakouts just keep coming back. And if you’re still dealing with it long after high school, you’re not alone. The rate of adult acne is rising and treating flare-ups can be pricey at best and painful at worst. And yet, for a skin-care concern so common (it affects 50 million Americans annually), there’s still a stigma attached to it — for many, it continues to be a source of shame and embarrassment. To fight that mindset, we asked three people with acne-prone skin to share their unique stories, from dealing with judgment to searching for their most effective routine. Ahead, read the honest accounts of the founder of Peace Out Skincare (whose own personal experience inspires his products), a dermatologist with a genetic history of acne and scarring, and a beauty influencer who has learned to accept her skin as it is. Nazhaya Barcelona, Beauty InfluencerDuring her sophomore year of college, Nazhaya Barcelona, now a beauty influencer with an Instagram account dedicated to embracing acne, started experiencing breakouts unlike anything she had ever seen. “I’ve always had flare-ups in my life — I’ve never had acne acne, but I had little pimples here and there — but I noticed that my face was doing something it never did,” she says. “When people get acne they think you just need to use the right skin-care products and it’ll go away, but I learned, since it’s been three years now, that that’s not the case.”Barcelona did find some success with tretinoin, a prescription-strength retinoid that kickstarts cellular turnover. “It removes layers of my skin from the surface, because I have a lot of pigmentation and hardened layers of dead skin that I feel like my acne is under,” she says. “I was using that continuously because I was really excited [about the results], and my skin was doing well.” After finally getting to a place where her skin was clear, she stopped using it — and then, like clockwork, her acne came back. This time, she began to look at her health and diet. She reduced her dairy intake, cut out certain foods, upped her hydration, and even sought out different types of birth control — but nothing helped.Then, during her junior year of college, she decided to shift her mindset about her acne-prone skin. “Nothing’s working, so I have to accept it,” she says. “I just have to love it and live with it.” Since that turning point, she’s become vocal within the skin-positivity movement, using The Acne Aesthetic to share and celebrate her unfiltered acne journey. “I value the impact I’m having on young women, who see me living confidently with imperfect skin,” she says. “The more urgently I try to clear my skin, the less influence I have on girls who are dealing with insecurities and imperfections.” Reaching this point of peace with her acne has allowed her a sense of gratitude that extends beyond just her skin, as well. “When you’re desperate to get rid of it, it becomes obsessive and you don’t learn to love yourself — you’re too busy trying to fix yourself,” she explains. “ [This new perspective] allows me to be happy with myself right now.” Enrico Frezza, Founder of Peace Out SkincareWhen Enrico Frezza first began experiencing breakouts in his early teens, it did a number on his self-esteem. “It got so bad that a couple people called me ‘pizza face’,” he says. “You rely on your peers’ acceptance, so being called names and seeing my skin just breaking out all over…I didn’t want anybody to see me.” Frezza would stay home if he was dealing with a particularly bad breakout, and only felt comfortable around his family. “They were like, ‘It’s fine, you’re in your teens, it’ll clear up’,” he recounts. Eventually, he started using prescription acne medication which, for a while, did the trick. But then the acne returned.After that, Frezza went on the hunt for something new. A second round of medication wasn’t an option — even though it cleared up his acne, he says the side effects were rough. He endured nosebleeds and cracked lips, and would wake up feeling like his dry, irritated skin was on fire. So he tried everything else — red light, blue light, chemical peels, expensive creams and spot treatments, the works — in hopes that it would improve his acne. Even though Frezza’s breakouts got relatively better with age, they still weighed on his mental health. “Even two or three pimples made me insecure,” he says. “I would do anything to get rid of the bumps.”Ultimately, he was looking for a holy grail: something that could shrink a pimple fast. While in a drugstore one day, searching for just that, he wandered over to the wound-healing section. “I found hydrocolloid dressing, which is used for wound care, and the package said it absorbs fluids, reduces bumpiness, and speeds wound-healing with special material,” he says. He decided to try it on top of a salicylic acid peel — and it worked. He found that it was the fastest way to treat a breakout, and at 25, Frezza started Peace Out Skincare and launched the brand’s very first product, salicylic acid-infused acne dots.These days, Frezza says his relationship with his skin is a “rollercoaster.” But there’s a silver lining: Every new concern, be it a blackhead or a dark spot, serves as inspiration. “All of our products are connected to something I struggled with, or something that bothered me,” he says. “That’s what helps develop all of our products.” Not surprisingly, his new product, Peace Out Acne Serum (which just launched at Sephora today), is also rooted in his own experience: a lightweight treatment serum that targets acne and prevents future breakouts with 2% salicylic acid (and a mix of powerful active ingredients) that, for once, doesn’t dry skin out.Peace Out SkincareSalicylic Acid Acne Treatment Serum$34.00BUY Dr. Liza Moore, DermatologistWhile stress and diet are often linked to acne, genetics are a lesser-known factor. For Liza Moore, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in McLean, VA, her mother’s history of acne and subsequent scarring guided her to seek treatment early. “She was very active about taking me to the dermatologist early,” says Dr. Moore. “I ended up, just like most people, trying topicals and antibiotics which kind of helped, but [my skin still] wasn’t very clear.” She did a course of acne medication derived from vitamin A when she was 13, which helped — but as is common with young people, fluctuating hormones eventually brought the acne back. After that, Dr. Moore did a second round when she was 17, which did the trick. Now, she only gets the occasional pimple.Still, having acne was a challenge in her teens. “I was quieter and more socially awkward, because my acne was the first thing that people saw,” she says. “For me, the worst thing is the stigma that comes with acne for a lot of people, which is people think you’re dirty — like you’re not washing your face.” Various people, including her mom’s friends, would suggest she use certain face washes — when really, that wasn’t the issue. “In reality, I was probably over-washing because I had acne,” she says. If anything, it did more harm than good.After spending years in and out of dermatology offices, it’s not exactly surprising that Dr. Moore would eventually become a dermatologist herself. It puts her in a position where she can advocate on behalf of her patients, so she can offer others similarly clear skin. “I could identify with acne patients because I’ve been there,” she says. “I saw three dermatologists before someone would give me [prescription medication] — now, I work hard at making sure people see results.” Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
After spending many, many months indoors recently, it's very possible that you already know your way around a good cyber sale. But just when you thought you'd be swapping screen time for sunshine in honor of one star-spangled holiday this weekend, let us remind you that the 4th of July is also a major moment for some of the year's biggest markdowns on everything furniture, decor, rugs, and more. And while we're on the topic of that stay-at-home life we've grown accustomed to as of late, we'd like to point out that many of our R29 readers' favorite finds over lockdown (fire pits, desk chairs, and breathable bedding, to name a few) are having their prices slashed, all in the name of patriotism as July 4 draws near. So we're breaking down the top holiday deals by category featuring the season's most-loved home items so you're well-prepared to ride the wave of promotions that's on its way. With discounts of up to 70% off from popular retailers like Wayfair and Lulu and Georgia, it'll be worth the extra few minutes at your computer. The more efficient your sale shopping, the more time you've got to soak up that all-too-precious vitamin D, so click through our roundup of unmissable steals ahead and keep checking back — we'll be updating this list as long as the markdowns are marching in. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?All The Home Sales You May As Well Shop While WFHUpgrade Your Bedroom Decor With This Design HackWayfair's July 4th Sale Is Up To 70% Off
Life didn't just give us lemons in 2020, it pelted us with them. And, coincidentally, the sour-fruit print has been trending across more than a few of this season's top-carted items — from lemon-printed inflatable pools to face masks and more. Whether Refinery29 readers decided to make a big ol' batch of figurative lemonade by shopping patterned versions of the stuff OR the sunny hue simply reminds them of summer, lemons are having a moment. So, we rounded up the most wanted of these buys along with some other fresh finds to help sweeten the sour moments. A preview of what's ahead: lemon-infused beauty products, lemony snacks, lemon fashion, lemon-scented bug repellents, actual lemons, etc. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Society6's New Face Masks Support Black ArtThe Best Inflatable Pools For Your Backyard SummerUpgrade Your Bedroom Decor With This Design Hack
Starring a golden priming moisturizer, perfect for summertime. Originally Appeared on Glamour
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Oily and combination skin beauty fans can look forward to the Glossier Priming Moisturizer Balance to leave skin matte, but moisturized.
July's sales are arriving quickly, and we can confirm it will be an especially good weekend for beauty-lovers. Some of our favorite brands and retailers are offering major markdowns on makeup, hair, and skin-care products. Whether you need a new face cleanser or a fun eyeshadow palette, prepare to be majorly tempted. Many products will go out of stock fast, so we suggest getting comfy and taking a look now. Related: The 22 Best New Palettes of Summer 2020 Are So Hot, You'll Need a Bigger Vanity
Sure, July 4th means hot dogs and lemonade and fireworks, but it also means sales. From patio umbrellas and a new mattress to lace-up sandals and the perfect red lip for summer, here are ten things we're adding...
We know it’s hard to believe, but back to school (virtual or not) is only two months away. And just in time, Crayola has launched a variety of new products, including a line of crayons with inclusivity at the...
- Marie Claire
"I used to let a breakout debilitate me."
- Harper's Bazaar
For the celebrity makeup artist, skin care has always come first.
- Meredith Videos
If you need to moisturize and protect your skin, look no further!
- Marie Claire
A beauty editor's quest for glowing, baby-smooth skin.
You can now stream one of them, Hamilton, on Disney+. Originally Appeared on Glamour
Any savvy online shopper will tell you that in our current state of quarantine, popular items aren't available for very long. Whether it’s a breathable face mask, a voluminous house dress, or a top-rated bike basket for hauling groceries, the most popular products fly off the (virtual) shelves fast — leaving us stuck with a sad-trombone “notify me” message for whenever they decide to restock. And, the current & Other Stories summer blowout is no exception to this unfortunate rule. The Swedish retailer has been slowly dropping more and more covetable duds in its up-to-60% off sale section — and we’ve been watching the good stuff sell out in record time. (Like, while we were writing this story.) With a long weekend on the horizon, stay-at-home shoppers have got their fingers on the pulse of the good scores — and the “add to cart” button. So we combed through the slashed-price pages and isolated our favorite summer selects, sussing out which styles still had a healthy size run and minimal “low stock” warnings. Click through to see the best of what was in stock at press time, but probably won't be for much longer. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?These Desk Chairs Are All On Sale For July 4thOur Readers' Top Stay-At-Home Buys Are On SaleThe Best 4th Of July Sale Is At Ulta Beauty
Including dazzling makeup palettes, ritualistic self-care must-haves and a derm-favorite sunscreen.
- The Oprah Magazine
A few products we think are just great!From Oprah Magazine
Authorities provide groundwork for regulations to forgo pre-market testing by 2021, said Humane Society International.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever gone to town scrubbing your skin with a microbead-laden face wash every. Multiple times a week. (Shout out to Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub.) We’ve admittedly got our...
As we inch closer to the long holiday weekend, more and more brands are announcing big seasonal sales. Now, from a money-saving perspective, some sales are more worth it than others — and the one you definitely do not want to miss is happening at Ulta Beauty.From now through the Fourth of July, Ulta is running a massive summer sale with more than 2,000 beauty products price-chopped by 30% or more. If you’re shopping online, the sale equates to 23 digital pages of deals on every beauty or personal-care item you could need, from mascara and brow pencils to dry shampoo and conditioner — and even a magic foot peel with more than 1,572 rave reviews. You can scroll through the product pages for the full list of offers and fill your virtual cart that way, or you can find a shortlist of standouts in the gallery below.Consider your DIY mani-pedi upgraded when you snag the TonyMoly foot peel and a bottle (or three) of OPI nail polish. Your makeup bag gets a welcome summer reboot with the current deals on cult favorites, like the Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer, volumizing Lash Princess mascara by Essence, and Benefit Brow Pro pencil. Plus, you can stock up on a jumbo-sized bottles of Pureology conditioner that will keep your dry ends free of frizz and flyaways until your next haircut.However you decide to shop and save, get on it now before the bestsellers get scooped up — and consider the retail therapy a nice little kickstart to the long weekend.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Kanye West Says Kim Is Officially A Billionaire3 People Share Their Unfiltered Acne StoriesViolet Grey's Value Box Is Filled With Primo Goods
The plan is to make more beauty manufacturing acquisitions and scale the business in North America.
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- Hello Giggles
“Beauty products helped me to transition into my true self by giving me armor to face the outside world.”
- Marie Claire
Forget the fireworks. The real show is what you can make with your bar cart. From Marie Claire
- Meredith Videos
Your latest celebrity news and top headlines for July 1, 2020 on PEOPLE Now.
- Meredith Videos
Your latest celebrity news and top headlines for July 2, 2020 on PEOPLE Now.
Time for some new summer heat. From Esquire
Your face = matte for hours.From Cosmopolitan
It's finally time to abandon that bed frame you bought in college.Originally Appeared on GQ
- Good Housekeeping
Go blonde or go home — but without damage.
Yes, they're all better than the original. Originally Appeared on Glamour
- HuffPost Life
These are the best Fourth of July deals on clothes, shoes, makeup and more.
This dye job is a true work of art.
After visiting a professional nail artist for her new manicure, she did her own daughter's nails.
She doesn't care if you prefer her as a brunette.
Time to break out the brightest, boldest shades for your next manicure.Originally Appeared on Allure