skin care

1.17.19

We Asked Dr. Pimple Popper Your Grossest Skin Care Questions

Dr. Sandra Lee visits Broadly to answer all the freaky questions we have about our skin.

5.23.18

Quitting Skincare Gave Me the Skin of My Dreams

Is your six-step serum and moisturizer regime just lining someone else's pockets?

1.4.18

I Tried Weed-Enhanced Korean Face Masks to Make My Skin Chill the Hell Out

Turns out, putting weed on your face is dope.

6.16.17

Swimming After You Get Tatted May Not End Well

A recent tragedy could have the freshly inked reconsidering their vacation plans.

3.3.17

We Asked Young People Why They Use Botox

Can't escape the Kardashian Effect.

3.2.17

How Bad Are 45-Minute Hot Showers For My Skin?

We won't even go into what you're doing to the earth.

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12.28.16

Cooking Oil Can Save Your Horrible Dry Skin This Winter

There are at least 5 reasons to slather it all over yourself.

12.2.16

Some Canadians Developed Poutine Lip Balm, Because Of Course They Did

Good news: The salivating aromas of poutine—Canada’s signature mix of French fries and squeaky cheese curds, all doused in gravy—can now be found in a lip balm.

9.29.16

I Put Snail Slime on My Face to Keep My Lizard Skin from Molting

Many South Korean cosmetic companies boast snail mucin as a restorative ingredient in their skin care products. To understand if the slime actually has any restorative powers, I talked to snail and beauty experts alike, and then tried out the snail...

1.9.16

Biotech Company Offers Fitness and Beauty-Focused Genetic Tests

This Boston-based biotech company has rolled out a variety of genetic test products.

4.14.15

This Japanese Beer Says That It Will Make You Cuter

The brew even comes with an eye-rollingly sexist (and hilariously untrue) tagline that implies its necessity: “Guys can tell if a girl is taking collagen or not.”

3.17.15

A Scientific Breakthrough Could Make Your Wine into Hangover-Free Magic

New research that was recently published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology suggests that bioengineered yeast could make our wine healthier, tastier, and guilt-free.