Beauty

There are many things you can do to support the Black community right now while also staying safe during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — including using your spending power to shop from Black-owned brands. Data indicates that Black and Latinx people remain far more vulnerable to the coronavirus, while the...
With summer approaching, you may want to start rethinking the skin care products you use on a daily basis, especially since some moisturizer and makeup products may be a bit too heavy (and not to mention greasy) for everyday wear. To develop a summer-friendly routine your skin will thank you...
Unlawful 'do not resuscitate' orders are being placed on patients with a learning disability during the coronavirus pandemic without families being consulted. National charities have successfully challenged more than a dozen unlawful do not resuscitate orders (DNRs) that were put in place because of the patient’s disability rather than due...
Mustard seeds are one of the most useful ingredients in our kitchen. Not only do they amplify the taste of our dishes but also work wonders when applied on the skin. Due to their many skin-care benefits, mustard seeds make for a great substitute for beauty products and supplements....
Feet are the most neglected part of the body, even if you are someone who uses a foot spa regularly or treats yourself to the occasional pedicure. In the cooler months, you may shove your feet into socks and boots and not think much of it ... until sandal...
Anyone with acne-prone skin knows the struggle of finding a good moisturizer. It needs to be light enough not to clog pores but heavy enough to actually moisturize. Rather than go through yet another unimpressive moisturizer, let’s turn to the experts for their recommendations. “For those with acne-prone skin, I...
If you were expecting this year’s Pride Month to include glitter-filled dance parties, rainbow flags and corporate sponsorships, think again. Large cities like New York and San Francisco have canceled their in-person celebrations due to the public health concerns of the coronavirus pandemic. Pride Month also falls at the...
Now more than ever, Black people need to be empowered, uplifted and supported. Whether you join as an ally on the front lines to protest racism and injustice, hire Black people in leadership roles (#PullUpOrShutUp) or support Black-owned businesses, the time is now to put your money where your...
The coronavirus pandemic has upended our lives in massive and minute ways. People are dealing with grief in all forms ― from losing loved ones to losing their jobs to losing any sense of normalcy. There’s a lot we can’t control right now. That fact, combined with the unpredictability of...
How do you approach your skincare routine? Is it with a certain sense of abandon, incorporating any and every strong active ingredient? Or have you taken a more measured route—stepping back, consulting a professional, and considering what will work best for your skin? If you’re in the first camp, a...

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