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What We’re Reading: Probiotic Skincare, How Breast Implant Surgery Is Changing, Fall Skincare Trends, And More…

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September 21, 2018

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 21, 2018. This week’s feature image via justBOBBI.

 

~ Allergan just acquired a revolutionary new neuromodulator. Unlike Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin, this neuromodulator will take effect within 24 hours and last only 2-4 weeks. — NewBeauty

 

~ Doctors are approaching breast reconstruction differently. They’re now putting breast implants over the chest muscle instead of under it. These are the pros and cons. — NYT

 

~ Can drinking collagen give you better skin? Drinkable collagen is everywhere nowadays, but does it really work? Here’s what the experts have to say. — Allure

 

~ Forget everything you think you know about obesity. Here’s the real story behind the obesity epidemic and why our thinking needs to change. — HuffPost

 

~ A new season calls for a skincare revamp. From pumpkin masks to skincare in stick form, here are the biggest skincare trends to try this fall. — Refinery29

 

~ Should you be using probiotic skincare? Three experts make the case for bacteria-based skincare and tell us the ingredients to steer clear of. — justBOBBI

 

~ Want to keep track of the products that work (and those that don’t)? You might consider making a skincare spreadsheet. — Well+Good

 

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