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New Years Product Purge

Take a look inside your makeup bag. That eye shadow—there. Be honest. You’ve had it since high school, haven’t you? While it may feel like only yesterday since you graduated, let’s face it, it’s been 10 years, and that eye shadow has reached its expiration mark. A long time ago. For this offense,...

Take Your Vitamins—the Best in Beauty Supplements

Health and beauty go hand in hand. Aside from a healthy diet and an active lifestyle, what else can you do to support a naturally beautiful appearance? Take your vitamins. Vitamins have proven benefits to your overall appearance and wellbeing. Healthy bones, teeth, joints, hair, skin and nails...

Beauty at every Age

Who doesn’t love the Harper’s Bazaar feature “Fabulous at Every Age?” We’re taking a riff on this monthly fashion column to tackle beauty priorities for your skin at every age. The 20s The Concern: Establishing a routine While women in their twenties tend to have bright complexions and enviable...

Kate Middleton and Michelle Obama's Skincare Secret: A Needle-Free Alternative to Botox

First lady Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton (a.k.a. the Duchess of Cambridge) have been exchanging beauty tips, and we have the scoop on the Botox-alternative topical skincare product they’re using to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles. In an interview with Celebrities: The Style Magazin,...

Your Cosmetics May Soon Be FDA-Regulated (and Safer)

Best Healthy Gift Guide for Fitness, Cooking, Wellness and Beauty

From $10 to $1,995, these healthy gifts are unique, cool, caring and re-gift-proof. Look for the LivingHealthy special bundled 10%-off Gift Baskets in each of the five healthy gift categories below. Why? Because each LivingHealthy Gift Basket includes a FREE HealthStationTM tray from us! There’s...

8 Amazing and Sustainable Lip Balms

Ban This Eco-Unfriendly Beauty Product From Your Routine

Say ‘so long’ to microbeads. The teeny plastic spheres, said to be gentler than other, more natural exfoliating particles, may soon vanish from your facial scrub. The issue isn’t that microbeads are bad for people’s skin, but for the planet. The particles are so small they slip through...

LivingHealthy Q&A With Shel Pink, Slow Beauty Movement Founder

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