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What We’re Reading Now: Gigi Hadid On Street Harassment, Why Gwyneth Paltrow is Team #NoMakeup, and Much More…

You’re working, you’re moisturizing, and you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best skincare, anti-aging, nutrition, and wellness articles every week? Charlotte’s got you. The best of the week is right here.


~ Gwyneth Paltrow celebrated her 44th birthday by posting a makeup-less selfie on Instagram. And all we can say is, seriously?! How is she 44?! Here she shares her beauty advice and why she decided to bare it all. — Well + Good


~ Gigi Hadid is saying no to street harassment in a big way. This past Thursday a video of supermodel Gigi Hadid made its way around the Internet, spreading faster than chokers as a trend among tweens. — The Lenny Letter


~ Robin Shobin is living the process. Live The Process took a moment to interview our Charlotte’s Book founder and she wants you to know that there’s no shame in cultivating both inner and outer beauty.   Live The Process


~ What’s outside your window could be disrupting your sleep. The American Medical Association recently issued a warning that LED streetlamps can disrupt our sleep and increase the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease. Here’s what major cities are doing about it.  — The Washington Post


~ So, the number on the scale won’t budge. That’s your body’s “set point,” and research now shows you can change it.  — Sakara Life


~ There’s actually a bright side to breaking out. A recent study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology explains how people with acne-prone skin age slower. For those who still need a little boost, these trusty anti-aging serums are formulated for oily skin.  — Byrdie


~ You’re eating your superfoods, but are you getting the most out of them? Here are five ways to enjoy your food more and optimize your digestion.  — MindBodyGreen


~ Does your skin need a pick-me-up? Whatever your skincare concern, whether it’s clogged pores or dark spots, there’s a face mask that can help. — Refinery29


~ What does “healthy” mean to you? The FDA is turning to the public in an effort to redefine the word “healthy”  for food labeling.  — Yahoo Beauty


~ We all know over-exfoliation is a no, no. But when you are exfoliating, are you doing it the right way? Here are tips on how to exfoliate for your specific skin type.  — InStyle


Image: The Lenny Letter

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