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inflammation

This DIY Dry Shampoo Won't Clog Your Pores Or Hurt Your Scalp

Dry shampoo might have negative effects on your scalp, from clogged pores and hairline breakouts to thinning hair. Here's a DIY one that won't.

Andrea Jordan
4 days ago

9 Acne Spot Treatments You Can Find In The Kitchen For Clear Skin

Ahead, find nine DIY acne spot treatments you can find in your pantry or fridge.

Andrea Jordan
5 days ago

What Is Oxidative Stress & What Does It Do To Skin? Our Deep Dive

But as research digs deeper into the link between internal and external health, it's becoming clear that successful skin care is rooted in cellular...

Kirsten Nunez, M.S.
February 17

How This MD Gets Radiant & Youthful Skin (Yes, You Can Too)

If there's anyone who can convince you that beauty radiates from the inside out, let it be Ellen Vora, M.D.

Alexandra Engler
February 16

Try An Aloe Vera DIY Leave-In Conditioner + Mask For Hydrated Hair

We likely don't need to sell you on the powers of aloe vera. The plant's healing and soothing powers are near legendary at this point.

Andrea Jordan
February 15

Want To Reduce Inflammation? New Research Points To Optimism

Stroke survivors who had lower levels of inflammation had this trait in common.

Sarah Regan
February 13

How This Naturopathic Doctor Overcame Burnout With Micronutrients

Kellyann Petrucci, M.S., N.D., says this is the best way to replenish your energy.

Jason Wachob
February 7

Get It Out: Stuffing Your Feelings Can Lead To Inflammation, Study Finds

In a study of people experiencing grief, researchers found that all coping mechanisms aren't created equal.

Eliza Sullivan
February 5

Cellular Beauty: 7 Ways To Support Glowing Skin From The Inside Out

Skin care emanates from the inside out. Here, 7 research-backed tips to keep your skin healthy from the inside. Your skin will thank you—later.

Alexandra Engler
February 4

The One Spice This Expert Wants You To Add To Your Spice Rack

If you're looking for a new spice to add to your collection, spice expert Kanchan Koya, Ph.D., has the answer.

Christina Coughlin
February 3