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The change in weather, the shorter hours of sunlight, and the additional urges to wear that sweatshirt and sleep in - these are all signs that winter is fast approaching and your energy levels are hibernating.
Two good things happen for your skin with the advent of autumn: you’re less prone to sun damage - and you’re drinking red wine again. Red wine contains resveratrol, which activates collagen production while also blocking certain aging processes.
Having raised $600,000 through previous holiday initiatives, Kiehl’s invited artist Kenny Scharf to design its 4th Annual Limited Edition Creme de Corps Holiday Collection, with 100% of proceeds to benefit over 40 children’s causes around the world.
The beauty industry is filled with products and "miracle" creams promising to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. But prior to reversing damage, you must take note of preventative measures. Why not work to prevent wrinkles instead of waiting for them?
There’s a chill in the air and it’s the time of year for a wicked good time. Turn a dull autumn soak into a colorful cauldron of bath time bliss with some ghoulishly good grooming products.
What could be better after a long day than unwinding in a warm, soothing bath? Indulge in your own therapeutic treatment this season with bath soaks that help relieve pain, congestion, and muscular aches.
Seasonal skin problems can be solved this year with all-natural treatments and products that are free of harsh chemicals - a healthier option for the body and the environment.
The nine all-natural products will be featured in the guest suites, including an invigorating and soothing body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hand wash, hand cream, temple balm, salt scrub and an after sun body lotion.
South Korean men spent $495.5 million on skincare last year, accounting for nearly 21 percent of global sales, according to global market research firm Euromonitor International, which makes it the largest market for men’s skincare in the world.
Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States. Fortunately, acne can often be reduced with simple changes to a person’s skin care routine.