Scientists at Stony Brook University searching for health risks in everyday products stumbled upon something that might accelerate aging and increase wrinkling.
Looking beautiful can be expensive when you shop at department store beauty counters, but some of cosmetics’ best buys can be found at your local drugstore.
It’s a popular claim, but how do you know that your favorite beauty products really aren’t tested on animals?
Spider veins, birth marks, burns, scars, even tattoos. Many people have some kind of skin issue they’d like to hide. Makeup is one option, but it’s messy, doesn’t last long, and rubs off on clothes. But now there’s an amazing new way to conceal skin problems.