In my lastest installment of “what ever shall I do about my awful cystic acne?” I found that sulfur was not only any awesome alternative to harsher acne-fighting ingredients (like benzoyl peroxide), but that
One day on a TJ Maxx beauty shopping spree (tell me I’m not alone?), I picked up the Australian brand Jurlique.
Herbivore is a true millennial brand: clean ingredients, minimalistic packaging, good vibe gemstones, cruelty-free status, and an underdog, kitchen-to-Sephora husband/wife founder story that you can really root for.
Browsing the web, I came across a Google Ad in the #1 slot for a search on “eyelash extensions”. The ad read:
Beware of Eyelash Extensions – Danger – makingbeautyeffortless.
When I think of cucumber in skincare, a scene from Legally Blonde comes to mind, in which the lawyers walk in on the ex-wife “at the spa” and she’s wrapped in a space blanket, looking like this:
Deep Dive on Exfoliation: The St. Ive’s Controversy, Chemical Exfoliation, AHAs/BHAs and Pumpkin Enzymes
Before I started blogging, I had no idea what the difference between chemical and physical exfoliation was. Nor did I realize that one could safely chemically exfoliate at home.
Today I’m reviewing another celebrity favorite treatment: Moor Mud.
Moor mud isn’t just one extract: it’s a thousand extracts in one.
A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon these images of the Victoria’s Secret Angels getting 24k gold sheet masks before the annual fashion show:
I had to stop and wonder though: What are they doing?
Do gold mask
A few years ago, MIT alum Rachel Peterson reached out to me for advice about starting her own beauty brand.