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What We’re Reading Now: Self-Care vs. Selfishness, How Going Vegan Could Give You Better Skin and Much More…


November 3, 2017

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


~ Has the self-care revolution gone too far? Taking care of yourself is all the rage with the new generation, but here’s how self-care can quickly turn into selfishness and how you can keep it real. — Well+Good


~ Indigenous populations in Papua New Guinea and Paraguay don’t have a single pimple among them. And it’s not just by chance; it has a lot to do with their diet. Here’s how going vegan could give you better skin. — Allure


~ We all know the importance of probiotics, but what about prebiotics? From when and how to take ’em to the benefits for your gut, here’s everything you need to know about prebiotics. — The Coveteur


~ For most people, the winter months translate into dry, flaking skin. But don’t worry; we found this winter skin survival guide, including the 3 different types of moisturizers and the all-natural ingredient you should be using. — MindBodyGreen


~ The future of fillers. From aquagold microneedling to butt lifts, here are the newest, buzziest treatments in the skincare world. — Byrdie


~ What if there was a way to make everything you ate anti-inflammatory? Countertop, a company that takes staple ingredients like ghee and honey and infuses them with turmeric, might be onto something. — MindBodyGreen


~ Sore muscles? New research suggests heat is a better way to reduce muscle soreness and increase muscle uptake of carbohydrates for faster recovery. — NY Times


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