What We’re Reading Now: Christy Turlington on Getting Older, The Downside to Going Gluten-Free, 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.

 

~ Christy Turlington won’t divulge her anti-aging secret. And it’s because she doesn’t have one. The supermodel explains her outlook on aging and also shares her favorite beauty products and grocery-store buys. — Harper’s Bazaar

 

~ What’s the deal with facial cupping? Check out this beauty editor’s first-hand account as she uncovers the benefits of facial cupping— InStyle

 

~ There may be downside to going gluten-free. A recent study in Epidemiology revealed that participants on a gluten-free diet had higher concentrations of arsenic and mercury in their blood. — NY Times

 

~ Is your mind a little foggy? Here are 4 foods that might not be helping the situation and foods you should replace them with to seriously increase brain power— Byrdie

 

~ Stress is running high. A record-breaking high, according to the American Psychological Association. Here’s why our anxiety is through the roof and ways to de-stress— Psychology Today

 

~ Should you be putting adaptogens on your face? The short answer: yes. According to herbalist and naturopath Barbara Close, supplementing with adaptogenic herbs and plants might be the boost your beauty routine needs— MindBodyGreen

 

~ Serums, oils, moisturizers, and balms, oh my. Skincare can get confusing. Here’s a cheat sheet on serums, oils, moisturizers, and balms to help you decide if you really need them all. — Well+Good

 

~ How much exercise is too much? Nike Master Trainer Kirsty Godso breaks it down, including the the type of workout that you should limit to three times a week and the workout you should try to switch things up. — The Coveteur

 

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