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Category: Face

Removing Facial Hair

Many people have unwanted hair. It's common on the upper lip, chin, cheeks, back, legs, fingers, feet, and toes. Since Cleopatra shaved her legs with the edge of a shell, women have searched for a better and more lasting way to ...

Murad Wants To Help #ShadeAmerica

Are you armed and ready for summer? The sun's ultraviolet rays can damage your skin in as little as 15 minutes. That's not much time! You can reduce your risk of skin damage and skin cancer by seeking shade ...

Foods That Nourish Dry Skin

You are what you eat! Dry skin is a very common problem, especially as we age and ... it's the first thing people see when they look at you. Aside from using a humidifier, adding these foods to your diet will ...

Refresh Your Beauty Routine For Spring

Winter weather can notoriously wreak havoc on skin and hair. While waiting for spring to arrive, a few easy adjustments to your beauty routine can help you look fabulous. Moisturize - Warmer weather warrants new skin care. Swap out ...

Best Self Tanners

What's the best sunless tanner? Which one is the most sought-after by celebrities? Discovering a good self tanner can be a challenge -- it's overwhelming how many different self-tanning products you can come across. Some are smelly, some turn you ...

L’OCCITANE Celebrates International Women’s Day

All around the world, International Women's Day represents an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women while calling for greater equality. L’OCCITANE's new apricot fragranced solidarity balm will finance NGOs to promote women’s entrepreneurship in Burkina Faso, with the support of ...

Must-Have Beauty Products

Beauty doesn't have to be complicated. To me, beauty begins with what you put inside your body. What you put on the outside simply smooths it out and gives it a graceful polish. As much as you may love playing with ...

Fight Dry ‘Winter’ Skin

Dry, itchy skin can be unbearable. It can happen any time during the year, but is most prevalent in winter (hence the term, "winter itch"). Biting winds, steamy showers, dipping temps, and drying indoor heat -- all can suck the ...