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What We’re Reading Now: How to De-Stress Post Election, Playboy Playmate Criminally Charged for Body Shaming, and Much More…


November 11, 2016

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.


~ Still reeling from the results of the election? Here’s how to cope with lingering stress and anxiety and regain balance post election. — The Atlantic


~ A Playboy Playmate learns there’s nothing playful about body shaming. Not only does body shaming have emotional repercussions for the victim, but there are serious consequences for the offender as well. Playmate Dani Mathers knows firsthand after being criminally charged for invasion of privacy for taking a photo of a nude woman at the gym and posting it to Snapchat. — The Washington Post


~ The secret to French beauty is no longer a secret. ClĂ©mence von Mueffling, the Parisian beauty (and brains) behind Beauty and Well Being, the ultimate online resource for health and beauty tips, shares her skincare routine, must-have natural beauty products, and go-to healthy snacks for that effortless beauty à la française. — MindBodyGreen


~ Those stubborn dark spots are “warning flags.” Here’s how top dermatologists explain hyperpigmentation, plus the best products to nip it in the bud. — Byrdie


~ The holidays are prime time for unhealthy eating habits. When eating becomes less about nutrition and more about comfort, it’s called emotional eating. Here are the dangers and 3 tips to avoid it. — Nutritious Life


~ Fillers and injectables are not created equal. They’re not the same thing, and you might not need both. Here are the main differences between lifting and filling and when you should consider them. — NewBeauty


~ What do “natural flavors” on your food label really mean? Nutrition expert Keri Glassman explains the meaning of the term and why we should be more skeptical of it. — The Coveteur


~ Speaking of labels… watch out for this common ingredient that could cause cancer. A recent study published in the Cancer Research journal reveals emulsifiers, an additive used in a lot of processed foods to prolong shelf life and improve texture, can cause intestinal inflammation and ultimately lead to colorectal cancer. — Cosmopolitan


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