Baebody Retinol Moisturizer is the top trending Amazon Prime Day product, with over 3,000 customer reviews. People are seriously so obsessed with it.
As the saying goes, pictures speak louder than words—and this “How the Sun Sees You” video speaks volumes. Dermatologists have been warning us for years that unprotected sun exposure causes premature aging and skin cancer. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 5.4 million skin cancers in 3.3 million people are diagnosed annually in […]
Whether you're still freeloading off your parents' Amazon account info (crossing your fingers at every login that they didn't change the password) or you've splurged on your own subscription, it's an open secret that Prime is a game-changer. "These gel packets are a godsend for puffy summer undereyes.
If peeking into a celebrity’s medicine cabinet is your thing, you’re going to really get your jollies with this throwback shot posted by AnOther Magazine (and regrammed to skin care addicts like us by beauty guru Caroline Hirons) that gives an inside look into Andy Warhol’s favorite grooming products. The 1987 photograph—captured after his death by photographer David Gramble—shows a variety of the iconic pop artist’s personal picks with a collection that rivals today’s beauty obsessed #shelfies. #AndyWarhol’s Top Shelf (cc: @intothegloss) 🔍⠀ ⠀ 📷 ...
The tops of the ears, the back of the neck, between the shoulder blades: What sounds like a G-rated version of that Khia song is also a list of the easy-to-miss spots derms always remind us to hit with SPF. But our lips? They're incredibly easy to neglect, which, according to the experts, could be dangerous.
In a world where people pay money to put their feet in what's essentially a small-scale aquarium to let hundreds of little garra rufa fish chew off their dead skin, clearly all bets are off when it comes to getting smooth, silky feet. An at-home foot mask is your DIY answer to sandal-ready feet. As dermatologists Susan Bard, MD, and Monique Chheda, MD, tell us, foot masks serve as a quick, over-the-counter alternative to an in-salon pedicure treatment — and are often more effective because most are very gentle on the skin (and marine life).
Whether you're a frequent visiter to MedMen or simply a curious beauty buff, it's hard to deny that CBD is trending — everywhere. Why? Some studies tell us that not only will this herbal extraction help our anxiety, muscle pain, and acne, but it could also condition our eyelashes and tame our brows. Essentially, it's the multi-purpose "It" product of 2018. Now, we can add one more benefit to its list, and it involves your biggest summer pet peeve.
Call us fickle, but those hyper-rich moisturizers that we absolutely swear by during the winter months? In fact, the whole idea of using moisturizer can seem counterintuitive as we do our best to mattify our complexions. “Those with oily skin may think they want to skip a moisturizer during humid weather, but this may actually cause your body’s own oil glands to become more active,” she says.
Underwood’s latest admission to quitting moisturizer is quite surprising—especially because most celebrities tend to vocalize their adoration for luxe anti-aging creams and pricey lotions.