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With breezy dresses and strappy sandals finallyÂ at the front of your closet (and your winter wardrobe tucked away in the back), itâ€™s likely that your skincare and makeup routine could use a refresh for the new season as well.
Not sure where to start? We enlisted dermatologist Dr. Jessica Krant of New York Cityâ€™s Art of Dermatology to share her summer skincare advice.
Many believe itâ€™s best to scale back on the retinoids because of increased sun exposure during the summer, but this isnâ€™t necessarily the case. According to Dr. Krant, â€œRetinoids donâ€™t cause sun-related sensitivityâ€”but the increase in cell turnover rate provided
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With Valentineâ€™s Day fast approaching, love is in the airâ€”but are your lips and hands ready for the potential extra action? Nothing gets in the way of amorÂ like rough, dry skin, and these skincare saviors are just what you need to pucker up and hold hands with sublime smoothness and softness that can lead to other things (wink, wink).
ReplenixÂ Plumping Lip Treatment with SPF 30
Offering plumping, lip-smoothing, sun protection and come-hither shine in one swipe, this multitasker has you covered for Valentineâ€™s Day and beyond. With a combination of collagen-boosting peptides, moisturizing hyaluronic acid and ceramides to help hydration stay put, it delivers insta
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Winter will be here before we know it, and itâ€™s important to be prepared to help prevent your skin from feeling the effects of the drops in both the mercury and humidity. According to Beverly Hills dermatologist andÂ founder of Skin Five, Dr. Ava Shamban, â€œDry cold winter air dehydrates the skin leading to chapping and cracking,â€ but there are steps you can take to protect the skin from the effects of this seasonal change.
Among them, â€œRethink your skin routine. Use a gentle cleanser instead of a soap that will over-dry your skin, and apply moisturizer to slightly damp skin at the end of your shower (while still in the shower) to seal in moisture,â€ she adv
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Nature is a bountiful source of beauty-enhancing ingredients, and natural oils are amongst the most beneficial. With plenty of options for all types of skin and hair, theyâ€™re already likely part of your daily routineâ€”but beyond widely known oils like coconut, argan and jojoba, here are the newest names you need to know because these oils are on the rise.
Also known as manketti, which is the name of the tree this nutâ€™s oil is extracted from, mongogo oil is indigenous to southern Africa. A staple in the diet of the bushmen of Botswana and Namibia, this oil has long been a traditional remedy for dry skin thanks to its high concentrations of omega-6 fatty aci