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What We’re Reading Now: Cannabis Gets a Makeover, A Cure for Crow’s Feet, The Best Selling Skincare, Oil Pulling Explained and Much More…


April 21, 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.


~ Cannabis never looked so pretty. Here’s how Cannabis Feminist founder Jessica Assaf is shifting the perception of cannabis from drug to wellness product and encouraging women to lead the cannabis feminism movement— Well+Good


~ This editor tried living like Gwyneth Paltrow and couldn’t last 3 days. From drinking goat milk to working out with Tracy Anderson, this is what kickin’ it like Gwyn really looks like. — Man Repeller


~ A cure for crow’s feet? See this editor’s results after using Iluminage’s Me Bright Eye Illuminating Device, which claims to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet, dark circles and puffiness. — Byrdie


~ Skincare can be hard to navigate. But we’ve got you covered; here are the top 5 skincare retailers and their top-selling products— The Coveteur


~ Drinking white wine could raise your risk of developing rosacea. A recent study found that women who drink 1-3 glasses of white wine every month had a 14% increase in the risk of developing rosacea— The Cut


~ To bun it up or not? Here’s why a New York City-based dermatologist warns against going to bed every night with your hair pulled back. — Allure


~ What’s the deal with oil pulling? Apparently there’s some serious health benefits of swishing coconut oil, but does it really work? — Sakara Life


~ Get fit, stay green. Here are 8 hacks that will help you get in shape the eco-friendly way— MindBodyGreen


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