What We’re Reading Now: All Woman Project Champions Diversity in Second Campaign, Drew Barrymore’s No-Fuss Beauty Regimen, and Much More…

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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.

 

~ All Woman Project celebrates beauty in all forms with second campaign. The campaign features a striking line-up of diverse models to show that “a woman can be gorgeous at any age, color and shape.” — StyleCaster

 

~ Drew Barrymore may play a zombie in the new dark sitcom “Santa Clarita Diet,” but she keeps her beauty routine light. From her favorite woodsy scent to her love-hate relationship with Postmates, get the low down on Barrymore’s no-fuss beauty regimen.  — The New York Times

 

~ Miss Universe 2017 contestants bare it all. The contestants put aside the glitz and the glamour to go makeup-less and share their tips on feeling confident in your bare skin— Yahoo! Beauty

 

~ Working out could make your brain more flexible. A new study in Experimental Brain and Research found that people had increased neuroplastiscity immediately following a workout. — Science of Us

 

~ Not sure where to start with vitamins? Don’t sweat it; Care/of founder Craig Elbert gives us the breakdown on vitamins, including which one almost everyone needs and the important difference between water-soluble and fat-soluble. — The Coveteur

 

~ Jessica Biel believes in balance when it comes to her food. While the actress doesn’t believe in completely eliminating any one thing from her diet, she finds that limiting these 2 foods translates into improved digestion and increased energy.  — Los Angeles Times

 

~ Time to revamp your workout playlist. A recent study conducted by researchers at the Univeristy of British Columbia revealed that listening to music made high-intensity interval training (HIIT) more enjoyable for new participants and they were more likely to do it again in the future. — Science Daily

 

~ France is banning soda refills, and other countries are following suit. In an effort to slow the obesity rate, France has banned restaurants from offering unlimited refills of sodas and other sugary drinks and other countries aren’t far behind.  — Time

 

~ You might want to think twice about taking cream and sugar with your coffee. New research found that people who drink their coffee with cream and sweetener not only take in more calories, but are also more likely to have unhealthy eating habits— Cosmopolitan

 

~ Don’t have time to shower after a workout? See what this dermatalogist suggests as an alternative for preventing acne after a good sweat sesh— Allure

 

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