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Does Dry Shampoo Actually Clean Your Hair?

You just got in a quick workout, so you give your hair a spritz of dry shampoo. You woke up late without time to shower, so you spray in some dry shampoo. You’re feeling a little greasy while you’re traveling, so — you guessed it — you turn to your trusted friend, dry shampoo. This…

How Often Do You Really Need To Wash Your Bras?

You’ve probably rationalized how often you need to wash your bras. And you know what we mean: “I’ve only worn this bra to work. I sit there all day at my desk in the air conditioning. And I didn’t even break a sweat! Surely, it’s not time to toss it in the laundry yet!” How…

What the Heck Is Hell’s Itch?

Sunburns are common and so is the mild itching and pain that can accompany them. But for certain people, a healing sunburn can turn into a temporarily unrelenting nightmare that’s appropriately nicknamed “hell’s itch.” Though it may seem like a comical name, the symptoms it causes are anything but funny. What is hell’s itch? So,…

Does Scalp Psoriasis Cause Hair Loss?

No one likes dry skin or dandruff, but scalp psoriasis can be a whole different challenge to deal with if you’re not careful. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disorder that causes skin cells to form faster than normal. With an increase in inflammation, these skin cells pile on to each other, causing silver or red itchy…

Pimple Popping 101: How to (Safely) Zap Your Zits

Zits. Pimples. Acne. No matter what name you choose to use, odds are you’ve looked in the mirror and seen one of these angry blemishes — and then decided to take matters into your own hands. Popping zits is just so … well, irresistible. Just a little squeeze results in that oh-so-gratifying release of the…

What You Should Know About Sun Poisoning Symptoms

It’s that familiar tenderness you associate with the average sunburn — the red shoulder or thigh that momentarily turns white when you press a finger against it. But then, things take a turn for the worse after a few hours. You develop a blistering rash that itches and burns like mad. You start getting the…

Here’s How Often You Should Wash Your Hair

Ah, washing your hair. There’s nothing quite like the steamy, warm rush of water as you lather up your scalp with soft suds. (Cue soothing music and water sounds…) It’s simple to keep hair clean, right? You just wash, condition, style and eventually repeat. But how often should you really wash those lovely locks? The…

The Benefits of Rose Hip Oil

With skincare products, it seems like there’s a new Holy Grail ingredient every other minute. And with all of the promises of tightening, brightening, plumping or de-bumping, it’s hard to keep up. On the other hand, if you live for the latest products, you’ve most likely heard about rose hip oil or rose hip seed…

Do Foot Peels Actually Work?

After a winter spent in sturdy snow boots and cozy house slippers, who knows what your bare feet even look like these days?! As warm weather approaches — and with it, sandal season — you may be thinking about sloughing off that winter skin and readying yourself for summer. A foot peel could be just…

What To Know About Dermal Fillers and Botox  

If you’ve ever wished you could smooth those little worry lines across your forehead or the laugh lines around your mouth, you might have considered cosmetic injections or even surgery.   Before you think about going under the knife, it’s important to know that tried-and-true gold-standard injection options and newer dermal fillers can provide a natural, youthful…

Dysport vs. Botox: What’s Better for Wrinkles?

If you’ve been noticing wrinkles when you look into the mirror, you may be considering botulinum toxin injections. While Botox® has been the go-to botulinum toxin injection for years, there are other options, like Dysport®. Sometimes used to treat spasms from neurological disorders and other medical conditions, these types of injections are typically used as…

What Is the ‘Danger Triangle of the Face’?

When you think of things shaped like a triangle, what do you think of? You may begin imagining tortilla chips, yield signs and protractors… But probably not your face, right? When it comes to your health, though, there’s one triangle you shouldn’t be obtuse about. The section of your face from the bridge of your…

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