By Kate Sullivan, Allure I love buying beauty products. Maybe too much. So when I read that women were saving time (and money!) by adopting their h...
Skin regime is a huge part of being healthy from the inside out. There are cheap to expensive options all around - from small boutique businesses to hotel spas. I hadn't ever found the real deal until I came upon Erno Laszlo's Institute.
A baby's delicate skin is particularly vulnerable in the summer, and cumulative sun damage starts on day one. No pressure, parents and grandparents!
Summer = bikini waxes. So, does summer = painful things like ingrown hairs and irritated skin? Not necessarily!
In May 2009, while doing my hair in the bathroom mirror, I noticed a dime-sized white spot on my elbow. I studied it for some time, moving my arm at...
We know you're tired of being told to wear sunscreen, put on a hat, and hang out in the shade, but these practices can be life-saving.
Now that the summer season is in full swing, we are all doing our best to look as good as we can in our tank tops and shorts. Don't think that you h...
Sure, some creams and lotions developed by dermatologists and hair professionals work, but take a quick look at the contents on your favorite jar of $100 miracle potion -- chances are, at least of the few "magical" ingredients included are essential oils.
If you are anything like me, you find yourself awkwardly googling brand names in the middle of Ulta (Walgreens, Target, Nordstrom, etc, etc), trying to make sure they don't test on animals.
TriDerma was founded in 1992 after Gloria Vanderlaan had a dermabrasian procedure. With an arduous healing process, Vanderlaan searched for a product to help nourish and heal her skin faster, but her doctor's only recommendation was to use Crisco, the heavy, greasy cooking oil.
It's summer, and that means one thing. Time for the sunscreen wars. Ask your kids why they hate having you put sunscreen on them and they'll spit their reasons out like seeds in a watermelon eating contest
'Tis the season for sun, salt and sweat. But as pleasant as those sound (well, at least two out of the three), they can also wreak havoc on your skin.
If there's one thing you can learn from having to pile on a ton of makeup night after night, it's that we've all got to learn to be comfortable in our own skin.
With a business all about breakups and moving on, I meet a lot of people who have different perspectives on how to heal heartbreak, and are full of different tips and tricks to help you get back to fabulous.
Photo credit: Paul Delmont, Thrive Market Beauty from the insid...
With all the new science regarding the impact of sleep on skin function, I think it's safe to say that the term "beauty sleep" is far more important that it implies.