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What We’re Reading Now: Nike Is Launching a Pro Hijab, Face-Washing Tips from a K-Beauty Expert, and Much More…


March 10, 2017

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.


~ Nike is launching the Pro Hijab for female Muslim athletes. In response to the cultural shift and rise of women in sports, Nike will launch its first athletic hijab in Spring 2018. — Al Aarabiya


~ Three ways you’re washing your face wrong. You wash your face everyday, twice a day, but are you doing it correctly? K-beauty skincare expert Angela Jia Kim shares her pro tips for face washing.  — Allure


~ What fruits and veggies carry the most pesticides? According to a study by the Environmental Working Group, here’s the produce that’s the “dirtiest” in terms of pesticide residue. — MindBodyGreen


~ Filler results without the needle. If you’re afraid of going under the needle, check out this needle-less filler facial that will give you the same wrinkle-plumping results. — Harper’s Bazaar


~ Why are you sleepy except when you actually go to bed? It could be psychological insomnia, and here’s what you can do to retrain your brain for better sleep. — TIME


~ Scoot over coconut; there’s a new oil in town. Jojoba oil: the unsung hero of beauty oils and its many benefits. — Well+Good


~ Is working out at night better for you? The short answer: no. Here’s how to determine the best time to workout and maximize your results. — InStyle


~ A Mediterranean diet isn’t only delicious. A new study just found that eating a Mediterranean diet (think fish, fruits, veggies, whole grains, and nuts) can reduce the risk of breast cancer by 40%. — Telegraph


Image via Al Aarabiya

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