Facial yoga has been around for decades, although there's been a bit more buzz since a study published last month claimed to find that people who got lessons in face yoga ended up looking slightly younger. But there's plenty of reason to be sceptical.
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If you want to offset dark circles, redness, or dark spots with makeup, you have to understand how using orange, green, yellow, and a few other colours can even out your skin tone -- called colour-correcting. The technique is popular, but really easy to mess up. This video helps clear up the confusion.
Marketers will have you believe natural or organic is synonymous with healthy, but that's not always the case. (As one clinical professor put it over at INSIDER, "Poison ivy's organic and it's not good for you.") Even more innocuous ingredients like tea tree oil and rosemary can irritate your skin, though.
We should all be using sunscreen, but when it comes down to picking one, there's no key to the language on the bottle, and SPF isn't the only thing to look for. Here's a guide to the other biggies: UVA, UVB, and "broad spectrum."