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Back-to-school is the perfect time to refresh and reset your skincare routine—but you don’t have to be in school or the parent of a student to take advantage of this new start. Regardless of age, the end of summer and the start of fall signals a transition, and our brains have been programmed to see this time of year as a new beginning. Think of this as an opportunity to step up your product game and get your skin on the right track for the months to come.
Commit to a new regimen
Stuck in a skincare rut? Not seeing the results you want? “It’s easy to settle into skincare habits, and sometimes it’s necessary to overhaul your entire routine. This is actually a lot easier than it
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Labor Day typically means the “Back to School” season, and there’s no shortage of beauty products that will make mothers and kids’ life’s equally stress-free and well, beautiful. Here are some neat back to school finds to get your season of learning off to a great start.
For the Fragrance Junkie: Bath & BodyWorks Scentportables
Sweet smelling lockers and homey and fun fragrances are what make Bath & Bodyworks Scentportables a smart choice for moms and kids. The holders ($3.00-$12.50), including the animal print peace sign, will charm even the pickiest teen. Fill a holder with one of 12 scents (from Pumpkin Cupcake to Vanilla Coconut) and get ready for a lovely aroma to upgra
Summer is over (sigh) and school is back in session. Whether you’re finishing high school or starting college – it’s going to be stressful to the max. That means fighting oil slick, breakouts, redness, and sensitivities when you want to look your best for that all important first impression.
“The first thing to remember is breakouts come and go, they’re not the end of the world,” says Alexis Vogel, makeup artist to the stars. “There are plenty of great products on the market to help keep your skin stay soft and supple so you can have the best time of your life”
By Guest Bag Lady Emily Mitchell
It’s that time of year again; yes, time to stuff your entire closet into four cardboard boxes. Hours of sifting through each measly t-shirt (“But what if I need that one?”) have come down to this: back to campus for 9 months.
This is one of the most expensive times of the year, but that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on getting new beauty products. If the repeated trips to Target for toiletries and Q-Tips haven’t gotten the best of you, keep reading to see what affordable and accessible products your peers are taking back to campus this year, from some of your favorite haunts including: Wal-Mart, Target, CVS, Walgreen’s, or your local shoppi