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What We’re Reading Now: The Future of Aging, The Skin Benefits of Manuka Honey, and Much More…

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October 20, 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. Image via Allure

 

~ Manuka honey has some sweet benefits for your skin. Not only is Manuka honey a natural moisturizer, which is great for dry skin in the colder months, but it can also help heal your breakouts, brighten your complexion and even out skin tone. — Sakara Life

 

~ Can we delay the process of aging? From a pill that slows the onset of age-related diseases to transhumanism, or the belief that technology will allow us to live indefinitely, here’s what the future looks like according to three experts— Allure

 

~ You’ve probably heard about the benefits of magnesium. But how do you know which supplement to buy? Here’s a guide to decoding the different types of magnesium and what each one does. — Well+Good

 

~ Could intermittent fasting mess with your hormones? Intermittent fasting can help decrease inflammation and improve gut health, but it could potentially throw off your hormonal balance— MindBodyGreen

 

~ Goop is having a rough year. Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand was just awarded the “Rusty Razor” award for being the best at promoting “pseudoscience nonsense.” — Fox News

 

~ The Queen of Injectables is spilling her beauty secrets. Founder of Park Avenue Skin Solutions Lauren Abramowitz shares her skincare philosophy, including when to get botox and her daily beauty must-haves.  — The Coveteur

 

~ Postpartum depression doesn’t just affect mothers. Recent studies have shown that 7 to 10 percent of new dads suffer from postpartum depression, too. — NY Times

 

~ What is LED therapy all about? It’s said to help clear up acne and fight signs of aging, but how does LED therapy really work? Here’s everything you need to know, including what the treatment feels like and at-home options. — Byrdie

 

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