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.
A 78-year-old woman has gone viral after her granddaughter shared a photograph of her enviable skin via Reddit.
"One day, I thought to go back and look at his ultrasound pictures," Michael's mom said. "I saw that one and was like, 'OMG! He sleeps just like that now!'"
Six-month-old Rugbie was crowned flower girl for her aunt’s wedding, but when it came time for her to make her way down the aisle, sleep prevailed. On Reddit, her father, Joe Morman, posted a photo of his hilarious baby girl making her way down the aisle fast asleep, falling back in the wagon pulled by her mom. “My daughter was supposed to be a flower girl in her aunts wedding but napping is life.
With every step we take toward gender equality, there are always some setbacks. Recently, a woman shared her experience of a man…
One bride-to-be in Washington, D.C., just had the perfect dinosaur-themed bridal shower — and her family and friends went all out.
You may recall, back in July, on a JetBlue flight from Long Beach to San Francisco passenger Jessie Char encountered the worst kind of airline seatmate — a pair of feet. “I noticed one of the armrests collapse and so I looked over only to see a foot emerge from the row behind me,” Char told People of the incident.
When it comes to beauty, there’s no arena with more unanswered questions than plastic surgery. Fortunately it’s becoming less and less taboo to discuss treatments like lip fillers, but can you honestly say you know exactly what a “mommy makeover” entails? Well, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Glenn Vallecillos did a Reddit AMA (“Ask me anything”) to answer questions about celebrity clients, liposuction, and the future of the mysterious medical field.
On Wednesday, August 19, when a Reddit user asked Redditors on the autism spectrum, “What’s life like?,” the responses poured in. Redditors with autism spectrum disorder explained the advantages, the challenges and the downright unique parts of living with autism, giving fantastic insight into a far too often misunderstood condition.