At a minimum, you expect your cosmetic and skincare products to improve your appearance. You certainly don’t expect your beauty routine to reduce the quality of your skin or health, but there are some ingredients commonly used in cosmetic and toiletry products that cause concern to many experts in the beauty field.
There’s a reason the handsome prince couldn’t resist Sleeping Beauty. Well-rested women look better than their sleep-deprived counterparts – it’s a proven fact. We asked the experts for tips on getting more sleep and faking that healthy glow when 100 years of sleep (or even eight hours) just isn’t an option.
It’s very important to wash your face properly. Imagine how much oil, bacteria, and dead skin cells sit on the surface of your skin. In my book “Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist,” some of the initial rules cover face cleansing.
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Got the winter blues? Chances are your lips do too. Cold, windy weather is never good for the skin, and most people tend to feel the brunt of this dryness in their lips. But before you load up on expensive lip moisturizers from the drug store, try these tips.
So you….hit your pillow without washing your face – a lot? This is the biggest and most common skin mistake women make…
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The experts at ChickRx ask Dr. Jaliman to help tackle the most personal, embarrassing health questions you were too afraid to ask!
If you flip through any women’s magazine, you can’t help but notice the different ads for BB creams — and if the empty product shelves in the skincare aisles are any indication, BB creams are all the rage. Will they still be hot come winter though?
There are certain beauty rituals that continue to be passed down from generation to generation, and one of those more famous ones belongs to thinking that cucumbers reduce undereye puffiness. It’s likely you’ve done this at some point, not to mention offered up this bit of advice to others, but what’s the science behind it? Do cucumbers really reduce puffiness, or is it just the fact that they’re cold?
Fun in the sun could be dangerous if you’re not wearing the right sunscreen. Doctors say you want one with broad spectrum coverage, offering protection against both UVA and UVB rays.
Many people don’t realize that the sun can wreak as much havoc on their hair as their skin. “The UV light damages your hair,” said Dr. Debra Jaliman, a New York dermatologist and author of “Skin Rules.” “It breaks the chemical bonds, which causes split ends and makes hair more susceptible to breakage.” David Lopez, a hairstylist in New York who has worked with many celebrities, said that sun exposure can also lead to “dryness, frizz and even cause hair color to fade if you dye it.”
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