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What We're Reading: What To Do If You Get Botox And Hate It, Weight Watchers Changes Its Name, Vaginal Sheet Masks, 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. Every Friday we compile the best of the internet. Here’s your weekly dose for September 28, 2018. This week’s feature image via HuffPost.
~ You got Botox and hate it. Now what? Although Botox can't be removed or dissolved, here are your options if you're unhappy with the results. — HuffPost ~ What's the best way to take your collagen? Actress and model Olivia Culpo shares what's in her makeup bag and spills on her favorite way to supplement collagen. — Well+Good ~ Vagina sheet masks are now a thing. Experts explain what exactly a vaginal sheet mask is and if it's actually safe to use. — Allure ~ Weight Watchers is dropping the "weight." The company is rebranding itself as "WW" to signify their shift in focus from weight loss to overall health and wellness. — BBC ~ Beware of bargains on injectables. These are the dangers of getting cheap fillers and how not to get suckered. — Cosmopolitan ~ Should you cut carbs completely? Low-carb diets are very popular, but should you cut carbohydrates completely out of your diet? The experts weigh in. — Well+Good ~ Is moisturizer bad for you? It's part of all of our skincare routines, but this dermatologist says we should skip moisturizer altogether. — Refinery29
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