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How to Embrace and Make the Transition to Gray

Finding your first gray hair can be frightening, especially with society’s pressure to stay young. But gray hair is beautiful and doesn’t signify the end of your prime. Keep reading to learn what causes gray hair, and how to make the transition. Why Does Hair Turn Gray? Graying hair is typically a byproduct of the natural aging process, although there are other less common health-related causes. Grays can pop up after the age of 35, but can start earlier or later depending on your DNA. … [Read More...]

Should You Add a Facial Roller to Your Skincare Routine?

Puffiness and tired skin is an unfortunate reality for many of us, especially in the morning. But a simple tool, called a facial roller, may be the key to removing toxins and reducing puffiness. It almost sounds too good to be true, so we dug into the research to find out if facial rollers are just a trend or if there is evidence they can really benefit your skincare routine. Keep reading to learn more about facial rollers and if they’re a good option for your skin. What is a Facial Roller? A … [Read More...]

Can You Really Prevent or Reduce the Appearance of Stretch Marks?

Google “celebrity stretch marks” or search for #LoveYourLines on Instagram, and you’ll find that stretch marks can happen to anyone. The long, narrow streaks, stripes, or lines occur when the collagen and elastic tissue in the skin is damaged from stretching quickly, such as during puberty, pregnancy, or during rapid weight gain. Rapid weight loss can also cause stretch marks if excess skin pulls on healthy skin. Stretch marks are more common in women than men and frequently occur on the … [Read More...]

Here’s What Your Nails Are Telling You About Your Health

Having strong and healthy fingernails is more important than a good looking manicure. In fact, what your nails look and feel like has more health significance than you may realize. Nails can actually tell you a lot about what’s going in your body, including if you have any deficiencies, thyroid issues, or more severe illnesses and diseases.We’ll dive into all the potential issues your nails may signal and what those issues can mean. (Do note, however, that this advice shouldn’t take the … [Read More...]

13 Foods You Should Store in the Fridge (Not the Pantry)

Storing food in the right place isn’t just about flavor, it’s about food safety. Some foods in your pantry or on your counter should be refrigerated—and some guidelines might surprise you. Here are 13 foods that should go from your pantry to the fridge.Condiments Ketchup, mustard, mayo, horseradish, and barbecue sauce can contain enough vinegar or other acid to make them shelf-stable, but once opened, refrigeration keeps them fresher longer. Opened mayo may be stored in the fridge for up to … [Read More...]