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What We’re Reading Now: The Ban on “Anti-Aging,” Hunger Explained, and Much More…

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August 18, 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.

 

~ Your workout could be just as damaging for your skin as the sun. Growing research shows that people exposed to a lot of heat (hot yoga, anyone?) have higher rates of hyperpigmentation and reduced antioxidant levels— Allure

 

~ Does the term “anti-aging” shame women for getting older? Allure Magazine thinks so, which is why they’re banning the term from their lexicon.  Here’s what two prominent women have to say about the decision. — Allure

 

~ Hunger, explained. The country’s best dietitians explain why you feel hungry all the time and share their tips for feeling fuller, longer. — MindBodyGreen

 

~ What kind of water should you be drinking? From alkaline to 24-karat gold, here’s a fancy water guide to help you determine which H2O you really need (Spoiler alert: it’s not the gold one). — Into the Gloss

 

~ Hair loss in your 20s? It happens. For women, thinning of the hair occurs between ages 25 and 35 and is caused by a variety of factors, but here’s the solution to adding volume and growing it out.  — Marie Claire

 

~ Speaking of hair, there’s one ingredient you should avoid. Here’s everything you need to know about silicone, the #1 damaging ingredient in hair products and what you should use instead. — The Coveteur

 

~ This beauty smoothie is VS-model approved. See what Victoria’s Secret Angel Candice Swanepoel blends into her smoothie for glowing skin— Well+Good

 

Image via Allure

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