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What We're Reading Now: 'Girl on Girl' Feminist Art, Aly Raisman Speaks Out Against Sexual Abuse, 16 Most Popular Meal-Delivery Subscriptions, and Much More...
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.
~ Feminist art stretches beyond the selfie. Charlotte Jansen's new photo book Girl on Girl explores photographs of women by women to understand the implications and impact of their work on our world at large. — ELLE
~ Aly Raisman speaks out against sexual assault. The gymnast who just partnered with Playtex Sport shares the shocking statistics about sexual assult and abuse and encourages young women to speak up about it. — People
~ What's really going on while you meditate? A recent study sheds more light on the science behind the calming effects of meditation. — Scientific American
~ Your skin repairs itself while you sleep. Here are 8 beauty products that will give you that extra oomph for your best beauty sleep ever. — Well+Good
~ A vaccine for acne? If you've tried everything under the sun to zap those problem zits but still haven't found a solution, you're in luck: an acne vaccine is currently in the works! — Allure
~ How the SoulCycle CEO gets her day spinning. Find out how Melanie Whelan starts each day, including the beverage she can't go without and the wellness practice she thinks is underrated. — Well+Good
~ Meal-delivery subscriptions. The low-down on 16 of the most popular meal-delivery subscription services including how much they truly cost. — Refinery29
~ Cynthia Nixon and Emmy Rossum star in short films for #ThatsHarassment project. The actresses share their personal experiences and give advice on how to deal with sexual harassment. — Cosmopolitan
~ Allergy season is in full swing. But don't worry; here are 6 natural ways to kick your seasonal allergies to the curb. — Sakara Life
~ Is the amount you sweat an indication of how hard you work out? Not exactly. Here's what's happening when you sweat and the cases in which you should absolutely be doing it. — Well+Good
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