Instead of jabbing yourself with injection kits of dubious origin, try these safer at-home alternatives, from gloss to, uh, suction products.
Whitening creams are popular across Asia, where light skin is generally perceived as more beautiful.
The Ministry of Climate Change has found “excessive amount of mercury” in more than 50 local and international fairness products.
High-end beauty products help 25-year-old Natasha Mwansa feel confident in the workplace. Just don't ask her about the Laura Mercier powder she left in a Starbucks–unless you want her to cry.
Compact Report is a beauty diary series looking inside people's makeup bags (and budgets). This week, a 19-year-old student talks Glossier hype, her onetime aspiration to be an Insta baddie, and her love of turquoise eyeliner.
The cosmetics industry is one of the biggest plastic polluters globally. But what happens when a beauty junkie like me tried to swerve plastic for a whole week?
A meta-analysis of 320 research papers on microplastics concludes that "the available data...suggest that these materials are not causing harm to the environment.”
Double cleansing, serums, lip masks, moisturizers. No product or routine is too much in my mission to look like a K-pop star.
'Intactivists' claim the cosmetic use of neonatal foreskins is fuelling a tissue-sale underworld, with hospitals and governments in on the act. Do they have a point, or is this trend no more than skin deep?
Every year, teens flock to Beautycon to discuss the fineness of eyeshadows with the specificity of industrial engineers. What can this cosmetics subculture teach us about modern beauty standards and social media?