Although there are some who regularly visits their dermatologists, majority of women still rely on skin care cheat sheets for their skin concerns and view dermas as an unnecessary vanity. While there’s nothing wrong with referring to tips and trends for your beauty concerns, every woman has a different skin type and the only way to really know how to treat your skin concerns right is by visiting a dermatologist. Once you’ve made up your mind about heading to a derma for an in-depth consultation, make sure not to forget these conversation starters and make the most out of your first checkup!
On your big day, the last thing you want are puffy eyes or to feel like you’re bloated AF. These five tips will help you prevent just that — and more. Think of this advice — which I pass on to every soon-to-be woman in white (They worked for me!) — as your “something borrowed.”
Reaching the big 3-0 doesn’t have to be the end of an era. You can still feel and look young as long as you take proper care of yourself. It’s all about making the right choices and building the right habits in order to age gracefully. To that end, here are 12 things you should incorporate to your daily routine whether or not you’ve already blown out 30 candles:
Coconut oil has been hailed as a multi-tasking skin care product over the past few years—from eye cream to body butter. But there are things it should not be used as because of its heavy moisturizing properties. Here are five:
This is probably not the first time you’ve read an article about sheet masks. In fact, you may have read countless of articles telling you about its different uses, including a remedy for different skin emergencies. Most people do sheet masks two to three times a week depending on their skin’s needs. But this time around, we’re sharing with you the benefits of daily masking. Read on to find out how you can get better skin with this habit.
Our biggest trouble with breast cancer is that most of us are not sure how we can avoid it. The disease is too common in women that it rings familiar enough for us to ignore its severity. For some, it takes the loss of a relative or a friend before they take action, which obviously should not be the case. Being free of the illness requires more proactivity, because in actual fact, being a woman alone puts us at risk of it.
It’s been established in the 2012 report by the American Psychological Association, it has been established that Millennials are the most stressed generation. However, within the generation itself, women are likely to face more pressures compared to men. In fact, 51%of millennial women reported showing signs of stress like lying awake in bed at night, becoming more irritable, and losing motivation.
There are tons of ways out there to get rid of unwanted facial and body hair?—be it shaving, hair removal creams, or epilation! Waxing, on the other hand, could scare a lot of girls (and even men!). After all, waxing is notorious for being painful! With all those waxing challenges and hilarious reactions on YouTube. It’s no wonder waxing gets such a reputation—especially when it comes to our more *ahem* tender parts. [click to continue…]