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This clean beauty brand’s mineral sunscreen is my favorite for everyday use — it’s never greasy, wears well under makeup, and has ne...
Farmacy's mineral sunscreen protects me from UVA and UVB rays without clogging my pores. Here's why I recommend it:
Maelove's gentle glycolic acid cream works like a chemical peel without the harsh side effects. Here's what it's like to use.
This $69 makeup-removing balm melts grime off my face without stripping my skin — one bottle should last half a year
Beautycounter's Cleansing Balm can be used as a makeup remover, moisturizer, and overnight mask. It's also one of my favorite cleansers ever.
I asked a dermatologist to critique my skin-care routine — here’s what I learned, plus products she recommended
I asked dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman to go over my skin-care routine with me so I could learn what I'm doing right, and what I'm doing wrong.
Some skin-care ingredients just work, and they aren't that expensive to source. If you know the right transparent skin-care brands, you can get great products for a fraction of the luxury price.
15 of the best-selling face masks at major beauty and skin-care stores like Ulta and Sephora — and why people love them
Here's a one-stop shop of the top three best-selling face masks at your major beauty shops: Ulta, Sephora, Amazon, Dermstore, and Bluemercury.
I tried a 10-step Korean skin-care routine, and it actually made a difference for my skin — here’s what it’s like
I tried a personalized 10-Step Korean skin-care routine from Soko Glam. Here's what it's like, what I tried, and how to set up your own.
This lightweight K-beauty “essence” hydrates my skin like a thick moisturizer — but without clogging pores
The lightweight essence uses fermented ingredients with a smaller molecular structure to soak into skin without residue — and it makes my skin glow.
This $28 cream was developed by MIT grads to hydrate skin without clogging pores — it worked wonders on my sensitive skin
Maelove — a skincare startup founded by MIT grads— prices all products under $30. Its new cream is a standout — especially for sensitive skin like mine.