You’re working, you’re moisturizing, you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best beauty, health, and wellness articles every week? Don’t worry: Charlotte’s got you. Here’s your daily dose for January 5, 2018. Image via WWD
~ The Body Positive Movement is changing nose jobs. The rise of the millennial trend is causing more and more patients to move away from the cookie-cutter nose job and requesting individualized noses to preserve their unique look. — Allure
~ This grocery store is killing the beauty game. In case you didn’t know, the beauty section at Whole Foods is really, really good. Here are the 21 best beauty products you should consider on your next food run. — Byrdie
~ It’s official: The Scrunchie is making a comeback. Here’s how the 80s hair accessory is making its way back into fashion and why one label is renaming it “The Hair Cloud“. — WWD
~ Diets don’t work. That’s right; we said it. Here’s scientific proof that cutting calories doesn’t work and why your New Year’s resolution should be more than just weight loss. — CNN
~ Eating bitter is better. Research shows that eating bitter foods (think kale, raw cacao, or turmeric) can heal your body from the inside out. — Sakara Life
~ Winter blues? Movement could be the answer. Here are 5 workout moves to boost your mood all day long. — MindBodyGreen
~ Is keto a long-term, sustainable diet plan? Here are both sides of the debate on the high-fat ketogenic diet; you decide. — Well+Good
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