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What We’re Reading Now: Why Naked Juice Isn’t Healthy, The Skinny on Serums, Tips for Back Sleeping, 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.


~ You might want to think twice about going Naked. In a recent lawsuit against Pepsico, the Naked Juice parent company, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) claimed Naked Juice isn’t as healthy as consumers think. — Business Insider


~ Mo’ money, mo’ wellness. Here’s what the top wellness influencers splurge on and what they think you should invest in, too. — Well + Good


Sleeping on your back can help prevent wrinkles. But if you’re used to snoozing on your side or stomach, it could be hard making the switch. So, here are some helpful tips to train yourself to sleep on your back. — Byrdie


We all love that radiant post-period skin. Here’s the scientific explanation of why your skin looks its best after your period. — InStyle


Eye creams are the bomb, we know. But are you using the proper technique to get the results you want? Take some pointers from celebrity esthetician Joanna Czech and check out the list of the top 31 eye creams out now. — Refinery29


What’s all the hype about serums? SB Skin founder and skincare guru Shamara Bondaroff gives us the skinny on serums, including the ones she swears by. — Sakara Life


Exercise has a laundry list of health benefits. Here’s another one: how exercise can help prevent the pesky infection common among women. — TIME


~ Have you heard of golden milk? Here’s why this new healthy beverage is giving PSL a run for its money this Fall.  — MindBodyGreen


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