You may have seen some mysterious packages in the vag aisle of your local drugstore called “vaginal moisturizers”. What are they even?! Do you want them? Do you need them?
Everyone and their dog is taking CBD for pain, insomnia, arthritis, anxiety and more. But so far there’s little scientific evidence it does anything.
“Her super-fine locks of hair hang limply, holding pretty much no style ever as they droop past her sad little ears. Her hair is so stoopid, she kind of looks like a baby.”
The shared girlhood obsessions and intense friendships that form while you’re discovering makeup are unlike any other.
I spent my childhood obsessed with the horror that was my freckles. I was convinced they were the key to my (imagined) hideousness, and I pressed every grownup about when, exactly, they would go away.
Taking self-care to its logical conclusion, masturbation, sex and vaginal-care products are being rebranded as the ultimate luxurious wellness experience, and online beauty and lifestyle retailers are leading the charge.
Sex toys have come a long way since their cold metal, leopard-printed, battery-powered clit-numbing vibrator days.
How to talk about the physical and emotional changes with the people who matter, from your partner to your doctor to your trainer.
In our I Tried It series, columnist Leah Rumack test-drives the latest and buzziest cosmetic procedures. This time around, she battles the bulge sans surgery.
If you’re the type who just can’t be bothered with being super extra when it comes to dressing up for Halloween parties (it me!) these Halloween-themed beauty goodies will at least make it seem like you tried.
I dabble in pinks and oranges, I have a box full of berries and I own eyeliners of every shade. But my—may I say iconic?—look is caked-on red lipstick and enough mascara to make Tammy Faye weep.
A new in-office treatment promises to dissolve chin fat without the downtime of surgery. Writer Leah Rumack sticks her neck out for a beauty adventure.
After years of running a serious sleep deficit, Leah Rumack tries a new tack.
A Brazilian backlash is blooming. In the name of research, Leah Rumack prepares to let her grass grow.