After spending the majority of your winter inside under the blankets, your skin might be looking a bit pale.
Many women believe that they don’t need to wear sunscreen if they’re not planning to spend the day outside.
Unless you’re headed on a tropical vacation, you’re probably not going to find yourself out in the sunlight much this winter.
It’s tough to maintain a believable tan in winter – especially if you want to avoid tanning beds – but it’s not impossible if you combine the right self-tanners and bronzers with glow-improving foods.
If you’re compiling a list of New Year’s resolutions, you may want to think for a minute about what changes your beauty routine could use.
You’ve probably realized by now that the best way to prevent aging is to start changing your everyday habits and use anti-aging skincare products early – even before you start seeing fine lines, age spots and wrinkles. While not all ages need every anti-aging product on the market, there are certain things you should be […]
Summertime means sweat – a lot of it. If you’re the kind of gal who breaks out in perspiration after walking up a flight of stairs during the dog days of summer, the thought of applying greasy sunscreen on top of your already fragile complexion might be less than appealing.
If you’re a serious runner, running mile after mile in compression shorts, a tight sports bra or a scratchy jersey can leave your skin red, raw and irritated.
Unfortunately, most suntan lotions aren’t conducive to proper skincare, so fashionistas will need a different method to sport their favorite beach ensembles.
A day at the beach is all about fun in the sun, but once you get home, you might discover that the sunburned aftermath of your afternoon is anything but pleasant.
Summertime seems like a great excuse to be a sun goddess, but spending long hours soaking up the rays is damaging to your skin – and we’re not just talking about your vanity.
Sunscreen is essential – we all know that. But did you ever stop at assuming that your suntan lotion could only serve one all-important purpose? In 2011, it’s entirely possible to reimagine the scope of what your sunscreen can do.