There’s so much confusing jargon in the skincare industry that it’s hard to know what’s what, so we turned to Tiffany Masterson, the founder of the new non-toxic line Drunk Elephant, to find out exactly what that differences between non-noxic and all-natural beauty is.
Ever notice that you’re more likely to break out at certain times of the month or at certain temperatures? I have and have always wondered whether I should be treating my breakouts the same in the dead of summer as I am in the middle of winter.
Christie Brinkley makes 60 look like 40, so I’ll eat, drink, and use anything she recommends if it means I that I will come even close to looking as good as she does when I’m 60!
Dry, cracked skin is a reality every New Yorker knows all too well come late fall and winter, even if you moisturize obsessively. When you’re spending a good deal of time indoors in a heated environment, you can expect dry skin, a sore throat, dry eyes, and even sinus problems.
Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse, it turns out sugar isn’t only bad for your waistline, it’s also bad for you skin; and we’re not just talking possible breakouts, but signs of aging too.