What We’re Reading Now: Christie Brinkley Talks Injectables, The Best Natural Beauty Products, and Much More…

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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 MindBodyGreen

 

~ Would you guess Christie Brinkley is needle-phobic? Well, her fear of needles didn’t stop her from getting injectables. Here’s her reason for doing it and why she thinks other women shouldn’t be ashamed for trying injectables. — The Coveteur

 

~ Apple TV is launching a plastic surgery app. The Plastic Surgery Network has designed a Netflix-meets-Yelp app that allows potential patients to watch informative videos, read articles, ask questions and browse surgeon reviews from the comforts of their home. — Allure

 

~ Beauty is a platform for social change. That’s Josie Maran’s philosophy and her hope for Josie Maran Cosmetics. The beauty mogul shares her inspiration behind her business, her tips for aging gracefully and where she sees the beauty industry in 5 years. — Sakara Life

 

~ Gift-giving season is quickly approaching. Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift for a loved one or treating yourself, this list of the 30 best natural beauty products will give you a ton of solid choices. — MindBodyGreen

 

~ Get better sleep, naturally. You feng-shuied your bedroom, implemented a nighttime routine and even corrected your sleep position, but you’re still not getting restful sleep. What gives? Make sure you’re not low on this key mineral. — Well+Good

 

~ Puffy under-eyes and dark circles aren’t always caused by lack of sleep. From sleeping on your stomach to dehydration, here are the other causes of undereye puffiness and dark circles and the at-home remedies to get rid of them. — Sakara Life

 

~ We’re all about smiling more, but hold the smile lines. Here’s everything you need to know about smile lines, including what they actually are, how they develop and how to treat them. — Byrdie

 

~ Pause that podcast. This woman listens to 35 hours of podcasts every week. Here’s how she might be doing her brain a disservice and the super simple fix that doesn’t involve meditation. — The Cut

 

 

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