All of us hope to age well. Many of us try to buy our way there, sinking significant amounts of our expendable income (and time) into anti-aging products, supplements, diets, and other regimens. The truth is, many of us doing things every day that age us less-than-optimally, and these patterns are easy to change. Read on to find out what science says about five causes of aging poorly, including the most common—and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It.
Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. When you think of a full-coverage foundation, you might envision a heavy product that’s going to feel equally substantial on the skin. In fact, many shoppers don’t use a full-coverage foundation unless it’s absolutely necessary.
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All products featured on Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Whisking yourself away on holiday is nothing short of mood-boosting, that is, aside from the inherent trials and tribulations that are par for the course with travel, like flight delays and lugging your luggage around. There are some travel mishaps, however, that can be entirely mitigated with proper planning. Having one (or more!) of your favorite toiletries confiscated at security for being greater than 3.4oz, or arriving at your destination only to realize you’ve forgotten an essential skincare or haircare product that won’t be easy to duplicate whilst away, need not be part of your holiday itinerary.
By now, you probably know that it's important to slather your face and body in SPF before you go outside, but what about your lips? You likely have a favorite lip balm that you reach for whenever your lips are feeling cracked or parched, but it may or may not contain SPF. If you're going to be exposed to UV rays at all, it might be a good idea to consider adding a lip balm with SPF to your beauty repertoire (you can even wear it under or over your favorite lipstick).
We spend a lot of time being baffled by our beauty concerns, but when armed with the right information, we can pretty much conquer the world — or at least our fine lines. So, you’ve got questions, but where do you go for answers that aren’t just plucked from a friendly group chat or slightly questionable online forum? Go straight to the source: a dermatologist. But this time, you don’t need to book an appointment; instead, we brought the source to you. Whether you’ve got dark spots that won’t fade or shallow fine lines that popped up on your 29th birthday, dermatologist and IT Cosmetics Advisory Board member Kavita Mariwalla, MD, is here to help. Knowledge is power, right?
Even though the sun offers important health benefits, its rays can wreak havoc on your skin, causing a range of issues from painful sunburns to deadly cancers. If you plan to spend some time in the sun, it’s important to keep yourself safe. According to Dr. Brad Yentzer, dermatologist at...
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We have witnessed how Korean products have flooded the markets. Be it Korean food, dramas, or skincare — everyone across the world just loves them! Call it Korean skincare or K-skincare, it has become a rage. You must have already heard about rice water, which is a secret of various popular beauty ingredients. One of the k-skincare methods that has recently gained popularity is ‘double cleanse’, and it works perfectly for your skin in the monsoon.
Poor email deliverability can be costly, causing a brand’s emails to end up in the spam folder or blocked entirely instead of reaching their subscribers. While deliverability can sometimes feel out of a business’s control, inbox placement is actually governed by seven factors, all of which are directly or indirectly under their control.
With thousands of sunscreens on store shelves, how do you pick the best one? Get the facts about safe sunscreen ingredients, SPF numbers and how to apply it.
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We talk about ‘fashion investments’ quite often. Understanding that the cornerstones of your wardrobe make sense to be of the highest quality you can afford since they’re so heavily relied on means you can make smart shopping decisions. But there are some things that you just don’t need to splash...
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Have you ever smelled a new beauty product and were immediately taken back to your favorite summer? That's what Vacation by Poolside FM is trying to do every time you apply its SPF. Inspired by classic sunscreens of summers past, Vacation packages modern formulas that provide both optimal sun protection and skin benefits in distinguished vintage-looking branding, with delicious scents to boot. Now, before summer wraps up, the brand is putting out an SPF oil.
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Our general understanding of dressing for the summer sun is that the least amount of clothing we have covering us, the better equipped we feel to deal with the high temperatures. It feels silly to even state the obvious. But for those who consider themselves to be outdoorsy types –...
As skirmishes debating the legitimacy of the entire clean beauty movement erupt around the internet, companies like goop and Beautycounter welcome the chance to address them with facts—on the steps they take in formulating without thousands of potentially harmful ingredients, communicating the science around their decisions, and advocating for change in the country’s laws. While a lemon-yellow bottle of hydrating vitamin C serum, a featherlight berry lip balm meets gloss, or a supercream for skin with flat-out-amazing results are enchanting whether you care about clean or not, the science that backs them up is powerful.
Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Shiny skin is a serious problem in the summertime. The warm weather naturally causes sweat and excess oil to rise to the surface, and no one wants that. Keeping a powder on hand for touch-ups is an absolute must, and we found a conveniently compact one that can give you a finish that looks like an Instagram filter come to life!
Summer's in full swing, which means sun protection is (or should be!) top of mind. But with the recent recall of some common sunscreens that were found to contain traces of benzene—a toxic chemical that's classified as a group 1 carcinogen by the World Health Organization— it's only natural to feel alarmed.
Most of us have a number of routines when it comes to our health and appearance. We clean our teeth twice a day, flossing and using fluoride mouthwashes. We try to get one hundred and fifty minutes of moderate aerobic exercise a week, or seventy five minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise. We try to eat healthy and balanced diets. We care for our hair, grooming it and styling it. One important routine that you should put plenty of focus on is your skin. Everyone’s skin is different and you may find that what works for you is completely different to what works for your friends, families or influencers on the internet. So, how can you go about creating the right routine for your skin? Here are some tips that should help.
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Whether you spend time outdoors hiking, swimming or just relaxing in the backyard, exposure to the sun’s harmful rays must be a priority. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 3 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year in the U.S., leading to about 2,000 deaths. That’s more than cancers of the prostate, breast, lung, colon, uterus, ovaries and pancreas combined.