• Skin care

    The Best Niacinamide Products in 2021 for Clear, Bright, Calm, Shine-Free Skin

    You know an ingredient has “made it” once it starts getting top billing directly in product names. It’s an honor than has often been reserved for the best-known active ingredients like retinol and vitamin C — veteran all-stars that dermatologists have been touting for decades. But lately, one buzzy ingredient in particular has been making its way into bold title font on an increasing number of bottles and jars: niacinamide.  Regardless of whether or not niacinamide is mentioned in a product’s name, it’s being included and shouted out at an unignorable rate in numerous skin-care products with numerous purposes.  

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  • Woman & Beauty

    Rosemount woman’s halal beauty products meet religious standards

    Annie Qaiser has always been into herbalism, natural remedies and traditional South Asian medicine. As she got older, had children and began studying ingredient lists on various baby products, she was alarmed.  So many baby lotions, creams and oils included ingredients she didn’t trust. Not only did they have chemicals, but also animal products and alcohols that didn’t align with her faith.  “As technology progresses, we’re using a lot of ingredients that are not really meant to be used on the body and especially to extend shelf life,” the Rosemount mother of three said. “We’re using preservatives that actually become  

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    Skin-Care Products You Shouldn’t Use in Summer

    Summertime, and the skin care’s easy…or, at least, it should be. The weather is hot (and potentially humid!), your pores are open for business, and sweat, salt, and sun are all playing some starring roles this season. So what to do with your skin-care routine? We conferred with experts in the field to find out what to ditch (and how to switch) so you can glow all summer long. Skip: heavy occlusives Occlusives are oils and waxes—physical barriers that block water loss in the skin. Instead, Hadley King, MD, board-certified dermatologist, says to look for ingredients like petrolatum  

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  • Woman & Beauty

    Project Beauty Share helps provide hygiene products to women in need | News

    SPOKANE, Wash. – Hot temperatures and travel normally go together like a dream, but right now one local nonprofit in Spokane says as you head out the door, they need your help serving homeless members of the community.  Just on Monday TSA released that 2.2 million Americans traveled on Sunday alone, a massive increase from any point during the pandemic.   As the world reopens and the travel sector starts to ramp back up, the executive director of Project Beauty Share, Julie Farley, hopes you bring back more than just a snow globe from your next vacation.   Farley said that before  

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    Go-To Makeup & Skin Care Products

    In Bustle’s Beauty Detail, we dive into the beauty bags of our favorite talents for intel on the rituals that keep them glowing and the MVPs (most valuable products) they can’t live without. Here, Ashley Graham tells Bustle about her skin care faves and the DIY remedy she turned to for postpartum hair loss. Ashley Graham’s beauty routine has, uh, changed a bit since she became a mom in February 2020. “It’s pretty much just whatever goes now,” she tells me over Zoom. “I don’t care as much. [There’s] just not as much of an emphasis on spending an hour  

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    Products Everyone Needs in Their Summer Skin-Care Routine

    The warmer weather is officially here, and we’ve been enjoying our days basking in the sun (with SPF, of course), having picnics at the park with friends, and going on sunny day trips. Of course, along with the transition to weather that we can only describe as *scorching,* our beauty routines go through a change, as well. We’re now opting for lighter products that help our skin thrive despite the heat and humidity. So how can we ensure we’re still giving our dermis just what it needs within our minimalistic summer skin-care routines? Greenwich, Connecticut–based master aesthetician Suzanna of Esthetica 

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    Shani Darden’s Favorite Skin-Care Products

    Welcome to the Well+Good SHOP. Our editors put their years of know-how to work in order to pick products (from skin care to self care and beyond) they’re betting you’ll love. Even better? In articles marked with the Well+Good SHOP logo—like this one—you’re able to add to cart without ever leaving Well+Good. Happy shopping! Explore the SHOP There’s a high possibility that your favorite celebrity—you know the one with stunning skin—has sought out the handiwork of Shani Darden. As an esthetician, her goal is to teach clients how to best care for their complexions and help them feel beautiful from  

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    20+ Best-Selling Skincare Products on Amazon in 2021

    DenisKozlovGetty Images Finding skincare that’s both effective and affordable is tougher than ever. The market has become increasingly saturated in the past couple of years, but you can find products that check both of those boxes right on Amazon. We know, we know: When it comes to skincare, you want to make sure whatever you’re using is legit—you’re applying it to your face and body, after all. That’s why we combed through the best skincare on Amazon to identify items that aren’t sold by third party retailers, so all of the options below are either shipped and sold  

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    11 small business products to shop on Amazon for Prime Day credit

    Right now, Amazon will pay you to spend money on the small businesses on its site. The promotion is live from now until June 20, right before Prime Day starts — June will be the earliest timing of the sales event, which Amazon created in 2015. The retailer is offering a $10 credit to use during Prime Day after you spend $10 on select small business products as part of its Support Small promotion — you can only get the $10 once. In order to be eligible for the promotion, you must be a Prime member. According to Amazon, there  

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