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Woman touching her hair
By Emily Ewen
Just like skin, your hair’s appearance is a reflection of your inner health. Learn what to eat (and supplement) for healthy locks.
Woman rubbing on a face mask.
By Emily Ewen
Nourishing your hair and skin is a year-round commitment. Follow these tips to winterize your routine and protect them from the season’s elements.
bowl with activated charcoal
By Tiffany Lester, MD
An integrative-medicine doc weighs in on the dos and don’ts of using activated charcoal.
A woman rubbing some type of cream onto her cheek.
By Molly Schelper
An esthetician offers tips for enjoying the warmer weather without succumbing to the harmful effects of the sun’s rays.
A bar of soap nicely wrapped and set on top of a towel.
By Courtney Helgoe
Looking for safe and non-toxic shampoos, lotions, and other personal-care products? Try to avoid these ingredients.
A plant leaf being hit by light from the sun.
By Kacey Bradley
Here are a few self-care strategies to jump-start your health this season.
A woman soaking her nails in a bowl of liquid, with another bowl, a couple of bottles, and a brush laid out next to it on a surface.
By Elizabeth Millard
Make your own skin toner, deodorant, nail soak, and more using apple-cider vinegar.
Assorted uses for apple cider vinegar
By Elizabeth Millard
This pantry staple can boost your health in many ways — whether enjoyed in bright-tasting dishes and drinks or used in personal-care products.
a dropper bottle and essential oil bottle are surrounded by flowers and herbs
By Laine Bergeson Becco
Do essential oils work? They’ve become a powerful wellness trend — but are essential oils a cure-all, a marketing scheme, or something in between?
cup of teach nestled in fall leaves
By Deepak Chopra, MD and Kimberly Snyder, CN
As summer turns to fall, try these nine tips to maximize your health, energy, and beauty quotient.
Woman with hands placed at bottom of her neck.
By Kaelyn Riley
This easy self-care technique can help clear your head of congestion and sinus pressure.
Two rows of strawberries and blueberries laid out on a surface.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
The best way to tackle acne is from the inside out.
bath tub
By Kaelyn Riley
Not a fan of tub time — or just haven’t found a routine that works for you? These six tips will make you a bath believer.
Woman standing outside in the sun with a visible shadow.
By Meghan Rabbitt 
A little bit of sunlight can do a lot of good for your health.
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