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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 November 30, 2018. This week’s feature image via Allure. ~ Gray hair 101. Whether you decide to embrace your silver locks or dye them, here's everything you need to know about going gray. — Allure ~ Orgasms could give you better skin. There's actually science behind how orgasms lead to better-looking skin. — Marie Claire ~ Face rollers are trending. From rose quartz to reflexology, these are the most popular facial rollers out now and what they do. — MindBodyGreen ~ "Healthy" is subjective. Here’s a list of foods that sound healthy, but actually aren't. Plus, what to eat instead. — Coveteur ~ What does comedogenic even mean? Derms always recommend using skincare that's non-comedogenic; here's what that really means. — Well+Good ~ Your menstrual cycle has a big effect on your skin. These are the four menstrual phases, their effects on your skin, and how to go with the "flow." — Byrdie ~ Acne cleansers could make your breakouts worse. Here's how acne fash wash could be making your breakouts worse and what to do about it. — Cosmopolitan
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