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What We’re Reading: The Ultimate Facial Hair Removal Guide, Drugstore Skincare That Actually Works, Foods That Cause Oily Skin, And More…


October 12, 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 October 12, 2018. This week’s feature image via Coveteur.


~ Removing the hair on your face requires TLC. Here’s what the experts recommend for removing every type of facial hair from nose hairs to sideburns. — SELF


~ Your diet could be the cause of your oily skin. These are the foods you should avoid to keep oil at bay and what you should reach for instead. — Coveteur


~ Full lips are one of the most sought-after traits in beauty. Here’s the history behind the pout and what big lips signify in today’s society. — The Cut


~ Are your “natural” beauty products all that natural? You might not be getting what you pay for when you buy “natural” products; here’s how to be more discerning. — HuffPost


~ Quality skincare at a drugstore price. Effective skincare doesn’t always come with a hefty price tag. Here is a dermatologist-approved guide to drugstore skincare. — Well+Good


~ Does smiling cause wrinkles? Here’s the final answer on whether smiling causes wrinkles and an interesting look at how smiling is interpreted in different countries. — Allure


~ The “fizzy face cleanse” is the latest buzzy beauty hack. Here’s why it’s better to wash your face with carbonated water and how to go about it. — Cosmopolitan


~ You’ve heard about intermittent fasting, but what about reverse fasting? These are the benefits of skipping dinner instead of breakfast. — MindBodyGreen


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