Algae May Be The Glow-Inducing, Pore-Clearing Ingredient Your Skin Needs

April 03, 2020 at 02:05AM Share on: Algae is not new to the skin care industry, but it’s definitely buzzing lately as we are continually discovering new species, sustainable harvesting practices, and the many, many ways it benefits the body. A few ways it helps the skin, specifically? It purifies pores, brightens, hydrates, and even … Continue reading Algae May Be The Glow-Inducing, Pore-Clearing Ingredient Your Skin Needs

Got Canned Chickpeas? Try Making This Oven-Baked Green Falafel

April 01, 2020 at 11:25AM These oven-baked falafels make a great on-the-go snack and will add a little more substance to your salad. You can pair them with any type of flatbread you wish, from seeded to Lebanese to wholemeal—the choice is yours! I used charcoal flatbreads, not just for taste—they also look so striking … Continue reading Got Canned Chickpeas? Try Making This Oven-Baked Green Falafel

This Exfoliating Acid Will Make You Glow & Is Sensitive Skin Approved

March 31, 2020 at 03:10AM When it comes to skin care, most of us have a favorite acid we reach for to tackle our greatest complexion concerns. But if you have sensitive skin, you likely know that slathering any ol’ acid over your complexion just isn’t a good idea. So if your skin is easily … Continue reading This Exfoliating Acid Will Make You Glow & Is Sensitive Skin Approved

How To Create A Positive Remote Schooling Experience For Your Kids

March 31, 2020 at 02:08AM This week, the reality of remote schooling settled in for families across America. I reached out to a few friends who have kids in all age groups—lower, middle, and upper school, plus one preschooler. Some are in apartments while others are in homes with yards and basements. I wanted to know, … Continue reading How To Create A Positive Remote Schooling Experience For Your Kids

When Sci-Fi Becomes Real Life: How This Writer Is Adapting To COVID-19

March 30, 2020 at 08:42PM Us, Interrupted is a series that focuses on public figures as well as professionals on the front lines of the COVID-19 global pandemic. During this unprecedented crisis, we hope these stories of vulnerability and resilience will help us move forward, stronger together. Charles Yu is a writer of fiction and nonfiction whose writing … Continue reading When Sci-Fi Becomes Real Life: How This Writer Is Adapting To COVID-19

5 Antioxidants To Help Support Your Skin’s Defense Against The Sun

March 29, 2020 at 08:08PM You’ve probably also heard about the topical benefits of antioxidants: staving off free radicals that can cause oxidative stress and UV-induced photodamage. (By now, you likely know which antioxidants to seek out in your skin care products, and if not, no worries—head over here). However, protecting your skin against harmful … Continue reading 5 Antioxidants To Help Support Your Skin’s Defense Against The Sun

Want To Master A Headstand? Here’s Exactly How To Do This Yoga Pose Safely

March 29, 2020 at 06:08PM Scroll through photos and videos of headstands, and when done right, this yoga inversion can look effortless. The truth? You need a certain level of body awareness and strength—plus patience and lots of practice—to master this pose. Here, with the help of two certified yoga instructors, we explain how to … Continue reading Want To Master A Headstand? Here’s Exactly How To Do This Yoga Pose Safely

How This Antioxidant Plays A Major Role In Healthy Skin, Both

March 28, 2020 at 11:05PM As ingredients like retinol and vitamin C steal the skin care spotlight, coenzyme Q10 has quietly entered beauty space. After all, it is an antioxidant that works “behind the scenes.” Yet it is a skin care ingredient that does wonders—both internally and topically. Yet, many people are unaware of how … Continue reading How This Antioxidant Plays A Major Role In Healthy Skin, Both

What Are Vitamin C Supplements Good For? 6 Benefits For Skin & More

March 22, 2020 at 07:04PM When most people talk about vitamin C, they often think about easing colds. But as an essential micronutrient, vitamin C can do so much more for your overall health. Moreover, humans are some of the few mammals who can’t make our own vitamin C, so it’s critical to get enough … Continue reading What Are Vitamin C Supplements Good For? 6 Benefits For Skin & More

8 Ways To Manage Red, Inflamed Skin — Skin Care To Supplements

March 22, 2020 at 03:18PM Sensitive, inflammation-prone skin is characterized by a delicate moisture barrier, leaving it susceptible to dryness, flaking, and irritation. When conventional dermatology proves too aggressive for these skin types, holistic skin care, which emphasizes barrier resiliency and anti-inflammatory treatment from the inside out, often holds the key to managing symptoms. 1. … Continue reading 8 Ways To Manage Red, Inflamed Skin — Skin Care To Supplements

6 Ways To Connect With Nature During COVID-19 (Without Going Outside)

March 22, 2020 at 01:28PM Spending time in nature really helps you focus on the here and now, freeing your mind from the chatter and clutter of everyday life and helping you feel like part of something larger than yourself. Whether you’re walking in the woods, gazing at the stars and moon, or looking closely … Continue reading 6 Ways To Connect With Nature During COVID-19 (Without Going Outside)

7 Ways I Learned To Live A Life I Don’t Hate, In Circumstances I Do

March 21, 2020 at 07:50PM I wish this feeling weren’t so familiar; life feels dangerous and unpredictable right now. I’ve been here before, 12 years ago when I exited the life I’d planned for, thinking it was just a detour. My young son, Mason, was diagnosed with a brain tumor that was impossible to remove, … Continue reading 7 Ways I Learned To Live A Life I Don’t Hate, In Circumstances I Do

These Fluffy, Vegan & Gluten-Free Popovers Are A Perfect Addition To Dinner

March 21, 2020 at 06:03PM Popovers, along with their gooey, starchy texture, are nothing short of a dinnertime hit—they’re chewy, they’re delicious, and they’re a perfect side to pair with any comforting meal. Now, you can have a vegan and gluten-free version of the dinnertime classic, with Jennifer Bigler’s 101 Incredible Gluten-Free Recipes, and they … Continue reading These Fluffy, Vegan & Gluten-Free Popovers Are A Perfect Addition To Dinner

Why pros say using peppermint oil for hair is the key to healthy strands

March 20, 2020 at 01:30AM by CWC Peppermint is the flavor you know and love from mint chocolate ice cream, candy canes, and peppermint tea. And the extract can be added to your beauty routine for all sorts of benefits, from your skin to your manicure; however, one of its lesser-known perks is using peppermint … Continue reading Why pros say using peppermint oil for hair is the key to healthy strands

7 best noise-cancelling headphones to make WFH calls more manageable

March 19, 2020 at 10:00PM by CWC Who here has ever tried to take a work call in a busy coffee shop or a cramped apartment with roommates? The slightest bit of noise is wildly distracting, and you feel like a jerk when you say, “I’m sorry, I missed what you just said,” for the … Continue reading 7 best noise-cancelling headphones to make WFH calls more manageable

Meet the new generation of clay masks that don’t dry out your skin

March 19, 2020 at 05:00PM by CWC If you’re a face mask fan, chances are you’ve been through this scenario: You slather on a clay mask to draw gunk out of your pores, only to have it shrivel up on your skin 10 minutes later⁠—leaving your complexion really dry. Clay has useful benefits to your … Continue reading Meet the new generation of clay masks that don’t dry out your skin

Why now is the best time to start incorporating long-game skin-care ingredients

March 19, 2020 at 01:00PM by CWC Typically, people want their skin-care products to show results immediately. While that’s fair and understandable, there are a good number of ingredients that grant your complexion amazing benefits if you just have the patience to wait as they work. What better time to start incorporating long-term skin-care ingredients in … Continue reading Why now is the best time to start incorporating long-game skin-care ingredients

I’m an esthetician with sensitive-combination skin, here’s my beauty routine

March 19, 2020 at 02:00AM by CWC When you’re an esthetician, understanding what skin needs is crucial, and after years of treating other people’s complexions, it’s safe to say that Cindy Kim, co-founder of Silver Mirror Facial Bar, has learned a lot about what her own requires to stay happy and healthy. Dealing with skin … Continue reading I’m an esthetician with sensitive-combination skin, here’s my beauty routine

The 10 coziest house shoes to add some coziness to your wardrobe as you WFH

March 18, 2020 at 02:00PM by CWC There are two kinds of people: those that refuse to schlep around their home without house shoes on their feet, and those that have never spent an hour in a black hole of online slipper shopping. Whichever camp you fall into (if you’re a dad, there’s a 99.9 … Continue reading The 10 coziest house shoes to add some coziness to your wardrobe as you WFH

This form-correcting, at-home squat machine truly has your back

March 17, 2020 at 05:00PM by CWC When sweating through glute-focused exercises, it’s easy to think that you’re activating your butt muscles, especially if you’re feeling the burn in that general vicinity. The bad news is that… it’s very common to not properly activate the backside of your body (ahem: the glutes), especially in a … Continue reading This form-correcting, at-home squat machine truly has your back

Yes, eggs are healthy—here are 7 delicious, creative ways to eat them that don’t involve scrambles

March 17, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC I’m going to go ahead and give my unsolicited opinion on a debate that’s been raging for centuries: The egg came before the chicken. My reasoning isn’t scientific; it comes down to the fact that the yummy yolks and whites that compose “nature’s multivitamin” will always have the first-place spot … Continue reading Yes, eggs are healthy—here are 7 delicious, creative ways to eat them that don’t involve scrambles