Like any other part of the body, hands and nails need regular TLC to keep them healthy and beautiful. Even if you’re a regular at the local nail salon, you might be surprised to learn just how demanding those ten digits are. For the rest of us, consider this a crash course on the dos and don’ts of basic hand and nail care.
Cellulite is a cosmetic condition that affects an estimated 90 percent of post-adolescent women to some degree. Just flip through the pages of Us Weekly or People and you’ll see that even supermodel-thin celebs are afflicted with this dreaded skin condition. Marked by dimpled, uneven skin in the lower limbs and abdomen, it is the result of a combination of factors that distort the skin’s cellular substructure. While far from life-threatening, in a culture that prizes clear, smooth skin, it’s a condition that can nevertheless carry a steep emotional burden.
So, you’ve got your favorite lipstick, liner and gloss
all picked out—what’s not to smile about? Well, if those pearly whites aren’t
as bright as you would like them to be, you might be less inclined to open up. Don’t
let a spotty smile drag down your look. Read on for tips and tricks on how to get
that sparkle back and keep stains at bay.
As we age, our skin loses elasticity, making it harder to return to its original shape. And after years of smiling, laughing and crying, the breadth of our emotions can often be traced in the form of smile lines, brow lines and crow’s feet.By getting your skin in shape, you can easily prevent many of the signs of premature aging (and even correct some that have already begun). Read on for tips and tricks on how to tone, tighten up and take years off your look.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Just because summer is over doesn’t mean that you can skip on sun protection. Don’t think that just because the peak sunbathing months are behind us that the UV threat has passed. You don’t have to be lounging on a beach towel for hours on end to suffer the ill effects of photodamage (such as hyperpigmented skin and discolorations). Even when it’s overcast outside, the UV menace still looms.