An ad for child care that demands that the babysitter be on call on 24-hour basis, have no tattoos and (ideally) support President Trump has led to online comments branding the parent who posted it as "delusional."
If you’re thinking of billing your friends later for your bachelorette party, think again. One attendee was so bothered by the request that she took to Reddit, where other users backed her up.
A hairstylist in Rhode Island is going viral for his perfect toupees, which he hopes will inspire more men to come clean about their "hair replacement."
Some believe Apple's new camera uses a "beauty mode" filter to blur imperfections in selfies.
Acne is one of those skincare issues that can be difficult and frustrating to get under control. That’s probably why the internet is filled with articles, videos and threads on the different ways people clear up their acne. In the latest acne-related news, one Redditor put out a "PSA" that dryer sheets can cause acne. Reddit user u/regissss wrote about their struggles with breaking out and trying to find out what was causing it. They said they narrowed down their use ...
People on Reddit couldn’t believe the woman’s post, with many saying they would just delete her as a friend if they saw that post on their Facebook page.
Update: It took less than three hours for Stratia to completely sell out of its 25%-off stock to make room for new inventory featuring new and improved packaging, which is bad news for anyone who was hoping to snag the cult-favorite Liquid Gold for under $20. The relaunch is a big moment for Stratia, which has flown safely under the radar since its launch in May of 2016, and for founder Alli Reed, who's since turned the growing company into her full-time job. There is the $135-billion global skin-care market, which operates under the (correct) assumption that all it really takes to win over the consumer is the perfect brew of buzz and marketing strategy, and then there is Reddit's SkincareAddiction forum, whose members pride themselves on using research and results to inform their next (usually budget-friendly) purchase.
“I’m hoping this supportive community can help create a simple routine for him to do, as he gets teased already so much at school," wrote the teen's sister.