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What We're Reading: The Next Addition To Kylie Skin, Nutritionist-Approved Summer Cocktails, Electrolyte Vs. Regular Water, And More...
You’re working, you’re moisturizing, you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best beauty, health, and wellness articles every week? Don’t worry: Charlotte’s got you. Here’s your weekly dose for June 7, 2019. This week’s feature image via Allure.
~ Kylie Jenner just launched her own skincare line, Kylie Skin. And the next addition will be a sunscreen that could make its appearance at the "Kylie Skin summer truck." — Allure
~ You don't have to eliminate summer cocktails in the name of health. Here's a celebrity nutritionist's guide to healthy summer drinking. — Vogue
~ When should you opt for an electrolyte drink vs. regular water? Celebrity trainer and nutritionist Amy Rosoff Davis gives us all her hydration tips. — MindBodyGreen
~ Processed is a "dirty word" in wellness. Here's the official definition of a processed food and nine minimally processed snacks you can feel good about eating. — Well + Good
~ Microcurrent is like a workout for your face. A beauty editor explains what a microcurrent facial entails including her own experience and all the juicy skin benefits. — ELLE
~ Time to switch up your skincare for summer. Here are the best summer skincare tips from dermatologists, models, and other beauty experts. — Coveteur
~ Do hair vitamins really work? Sure, they're trending all over Instagram, but here's the honest truth behind hair vitamins. — Cosmopolitan
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