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 February 9, 2018.
~ The average woman uses 12,000 pads or tampons in her lifetime. Are organic tampons better? Here’s the one thing you should look for. — Coveteur
~ Chile is facing an obesity epidemic. In an effort to lower the skyrocketing rate of obesity, the Chilean government is placing new restrictions on the marketing of high-sugar foods. — NYT
~ Jessica Biel wants to teach you about your vagina. The actress recently teamed up with Tryst Network to launch a sex-positive online initiative. — Coveteur
~ Are you interested in cannabis, but not sure where to start? A native to L.A.—where marijuana is now legal for recreational use—talks to experts and shares a beginner’s guide to cannabis. — Well+Good
~ You don’t have to go very far if you want longer nails. Make them grow faster by using this common kitchen ingredient. — MindBodyGreen
~ Positive thinking could lower your risk of dementia. A recent study reveals that those with positive beliefs about aging are less likely to develop dementia. — Newsweek
~ Do you know your love language? Valentine’s Day is coming up, and love is in the air. But love doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. Find out what your love language is. — Sakara Life
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