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What We’re Reading Now: 10 Must-Try Foam Rolling Moves, Lena Dunham on Red Lipstick and Feminism, Miranda Kerr’s Secret to Glowy Skin, and Much More…


June 2, 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.


~ They see me rollin’… foam rollin’, that is. Here are 10 massage moves to spice up your foam rolling routine and stimulate collagen production, too. —  The Coveteur


~ You can wear red lipstick and still be a feminist. Lena Dunham explains how red lipstick has become a symbol for the feminist revolution led by a new wave of women who aren’t afraid to embrace their femininity. —  Vogue


~ Miranda Kerr attributes her glowing skin to one superfood. The supermodel and wellness guru has been drinking this ever since she was 13 and says it’s the key to her healthy skin. —  Well+Good


~ What happens to your body if you give up booze? Dr. Tiffany Lester of Parsley Health San Francisco Medical explains the changes in your body if you give up alcohol for a month. —  The Zoe Report


~ Amanda Chantal Bacon. From the success of Moon Juice to the launch of her new cookbook, this is how the “powerful influencer in the wellness space” is doing it all. —  NY Times


~ This common antioxidant could make you look younger. Researchers at the University of Maryland just discovered that methylene blue, commonly used to treat fungal and bacterial infections, can slow and reverse the signs of aging on skin cells. —  Yahoo! Beauty


~ You’re thirsty, but in what way? It’s important to know how your body is thirsty so you can hydrate it effectively. From dry skin to low energy, here are the most common ways your body is dehydrated and what you can do to help. —  Sakara Life


~ Patience is a virtue when it comes to skincare. It takes the skin 28 days to go through its natural process, so don’t be so quick to switch up your routine if you don’t see instant results. —  Well+Good


~ Natural beauty products that actually work? That’s right; here are the top natural anti-aging products that yield actual results. —  The Coveteur


Image via The Coveteur

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