Saturday, July 31, 2021

Tag: Skincare

Carissa Moore Drops Her Skin-Care Routine

Pro surfer Carissa Moore has a lot to prepare for. For the first time, surfing will be a part of the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, and Moore will be competing for Team USA. Now 28, she started surfing when she was only five years old and became the youngest athlete to win the Surfing Wold Championship at 18. Since then she’s won three more times. 

While her training routine is as intense as it gets, when it comes to her skin, she tends to keep things simple. “I’m definitely more on the minimalist side,” she tells Glamour. “I

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The Story Behind Skin-Care Brand AYOND’s Uplifting Scents

Ayond co-founders, Porter Yates and Shani Van Breukelen.
Photo-Illustration: The Cut. Photos: Courtesy of Ayond

Scientific studies confirm that, of all the senses, smell offers the best recall. In “Scent Memories,” the Cut asks people about the scents they associate with different times in their lives.

Next up are Shani Van Breukelen and Porter Yates, the couple behind Ayond, a restorative skin-care line inspired by the resiliency of desert plants that thrive in extreme conditions, and the transformative scents of Santa Fe. The healing line bottles potent botanical oils and rare ceremonial herbs that not only soothe

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How An Accident Changed His Life, Skincare

Photo: Courtesy of Francesco Clark

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When Francesco Clark says that vanity saved his life, he truly means it. At just 24 years old, the founder of Clark’s Botanicals, then a fashion assistant at Harper’s Bazaar, sustained a spinal cord injury from a diving accident. “Not only did I become paralyzed in the blink of an eye, but I also experienced what it

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4 Skin-Care Ingredients to Avoid in the Summer

Summer means more than swapping shearling-lined boots for colorful sandals and stashing away your practical puffers. It also means that it’s hibernation season for many of your cold-weather skin-care favorites. “Your skin requires different things in the summertime when humidity is higher and the sun is stronger,” Rachel Nazarian, MD and board certified dermatologist previously told Well+Good.

In summer, many people believe that retinol should take a backseat, but derms say that’s not necessarily true. “Retinol is an amazing ingredient for skin health and anti-aging, and most people in their twenties and above can benefit from including it in

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The 36 Drugstore Skincare Items Dermatologists Would Buy Over and Over

As much as I love my expensive skincare, I do love a good drugstore staple. When you can get an amazing moisturizer/serum/face wash/eye cream/[insert skincare product here] that is just as good as the pricier counterparts, why not take advantage of that? In fact, I would dare to say some of the formulas are even better than the more expensive options. Personally, I’m about 50/50 when it comes to my collection of drugstore and “designer” skincare products. I like to mix and match, and I’m always updating my rotation with new finds. For example, some days,

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The Best Order To Apply Your Skincare Routine In 2021, Per MDs

If you’ve ever tried your hand at baking, you’ve probably found yourself reading through a recipe and wondering why exactly the butter and sugar have to go before the eggs. But as you likely found out (hopefully not the hard way), the order of the ingredients really does matter if you want them to perform their best individually and collectively. And just like in the kitchen, the order in which you apply your skincare also makes a world of difference.

Whether you like to keep it simple or you spend an hour in the bathroom going through each step of

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