It’s almost 2023, and by now, I’m willing to bet that you’ve seen or heard of ferulic acid, especially because it’s almost always found alongside its BFF, vitamin C. But as for wtf a ferulic acid serum actually does?
There’s nothing like the cozy feeling that winter brings — think dressing in oversized knit sweaters, fleece-lined boots, and spending weekend afternoons binge-watching Netflix fireside. It’s also the perfect time to indulge in beauty treatments, especially the ones that require hiding out at home as the skin recovers.
A plump pout is arguably one of the most covetable facial features—just ask one of the ~3 million people who opt for a little soft tissue filler to enhance their pucker each year.
Okay, so you didn’t get enough sleep last night—or maybe you did, but because of genetics or vitamin deficiencies, it doesn’t look like it. Don’t fret! You can still look bright-eyed with the proper skincare products.
Winter is here, which means that finding solutions for dry skin is at the top of almost everyone’s mind. If you’re dealing with dry skin this season (or any time of year), then using a moisturizing body wash can help soothe that itchiness, flakiness or even eczema.
This story is part of Survivor’s Guide, a series on navigating the impact of psoriasis through beauty and self-care.
While there are a number of hair growth supplements on the market, each claiming to optimize hair growth, it’s important to remember that not all vitamins are built alike. So, how do you know a high-quality hair growth vitamin when you see on?
Ask any celeb what their go-to facial is before a big event, and most will answer: Fire and Ice. Its secret Hollywood code name is the “Red Carpet Facial,” and it’s also commonly referred to as “the peel without the peeling.”
There are few things that bring us as much peace as having our nails done. We don’t need to have wild nail art or the perfect almond shape, but having polished nails makes us feel more put-together than when they’re cracked, peeling, and dry.