THE REAL REASON YOU NEED TO CLEAN YOUR MAKEUP BRUSHES
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According to a Beauty in the Bag poll conducted earlier this year, 70% of us arenâ€™t washing our makeup brushes as often as we shouldâ€”and hereâ€™s how often we actually do itâ€¦
Once a week: 30%
Every 3 months: 27%
Every 3-6 months: 20%
This is disturbing, considering weâ€™ve all be told that washing our makeup brushes regularly is as important as washing our faces each night going to bed. The purported reasoning behind this cosmetic edict is that dirty makeup brushes are a breeding ground for bacteria, but this isnâ€™t actually the case, according to board-certified dermatologist Lisa Donofrio, MD of New Haven, Connecticut.
THE ROYAL BABY BEAUTY PRODUCTS GUIDE
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The world waited with much anticipation for the birth of the royal baby, andÂ the speculation turned into reality yesterday as Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed their first child, a boy, into the world.
Taking care of a newborn or a toddler is no child’s play: from a skincare point of view alone, the baby will go through a lot of changes the first year, some more abrupt and startling and others benign. Here are some products and issues that can keep baby (and mom) happy, peaceful, and rash-free during the first year. After all, there’s no more perfect skin than a baby’s skin, so let’s keep it that way.
Leonor Greyl Mousse Douceur Fleurs d’Oranger (ARV $39)