Two Birds; One Stone: How to Take Care of Dark Spots and Enlarged Pores

Noticing a dark spot on your skin can be unnerving. Often, they seem to develop out of nowhere –one day, your skin tone is even, the next day you notice what almost (but not quite) looks like a mole – and your first thought is how you're going to get rid of it. Enlarged pores can be equally baffling and are just as difficult to eliminate. Fortunately, advances in skin care have made it possible to minimize the appearance of both and enjoy smooth, even, and healthy looking skin. Where Do Dark Spots Come From? Dark spots develop on your…

This Pro Surfer’s Skin Secret Is Worth Stealing Now

Source: Vogue The line between sun-kissed and sunburned, one of the summer’s most alluring and dangerous games, is a thin one. How to enjoy the sun’s glow without falling victim to its damaging rays? Few people have mastered this art like professional surfers, who live, work, and play at the beach. For Montauk, New York, native and world-renowned short boarder Quincy Davis, 22, years under the sun have taught her two important things about her skin: It will look better in the future with more SPF, and it will look better right now with a little color correction. “I’m in…

50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat

Source: npr In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat, according to a newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine. The article draws on internal documents to show that an industry group called the Sugar Research Foundation wanted to "refute" concerns about sugar's possible role in heart disease. The SRF then sponsored research by Harvard scientists that did just that. The result was published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 1967, with no disclosure of the sugar industry funding. The sugar-funded project in question was a…

Albino Twins From Brazil Are Taking The Fashion Industry By Storm With Their Unique Beauty

Source: Bored Panda Lara and Mara Bawar are not your average supermodels, but their striking appearance is sending shockwaves through the fashion industry. The 11-year-old twins from São Paulo, Brazil, have albinism, a condition that causes a lack of skin and hair pigment, and they embrace it to the fullest. In 2016, the Bawar twins’ unique pale features caught the eye of Swiss photographer Vinicius Terranova, who now lives in São Paulo. As a personal project now known as Flores Raras (“rare flowers”), Terranova photographed the twins – as well as their older sister, Sheila, who does not have albinism – to…
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