Summer Scratching? Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

Summer Scratching?

Diet & Fitness

Whether it's a sunburn, bug bite or dry skin, summer is prime time for skin itchiness. Find out how what…

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Dry, Oily...a Little of Both? Style & Beauty
Style & Beauty

Dry, Oily...a Little of Both?

Style & Beauty

Whether you're six or 60, it's important to take care of your skin. Make sure you're doing all you can…

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Skincare for Kids Moms
Moms

Skincare for Kids

Moms

We're well into summer, but is it time for a refresher on how to take care of kids' skin? For…

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What's Your Beauty IQ? Quiz Central
Quiz Central

What's Your Beauty IQ?

Quiz Central

Do you know all the beauty basics you need to put your best face forward? Take the quiz and find…

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Is Your Relationship Based on Looks? Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

Is Your Relationship Based on Looks?

Love & Relationships

They say love is blind, but appearance admittedly is the first thing we notice. Here's how your looks affect your…

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Skin-Saving Salmon Salad Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Skin-Saving Salmon Salad

Food & Recipes

Reap the benefits of those skin-loving omega-3s with this delicious salad. You'll go nuts over it!

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Make Good Scents on Your Journey New Age
New Age

Make Good Scents on Your Journey

New Age

When you travel this summer, take along a few essential oils to ease stress, help you sleep and so much…

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Hairy Situations: When He Needs to Manscape

Your guy's grooming is a big deal these days, according to men's magazines and style guides. Manscaping – or trimming all that excess hair from various parts of the body – is definitely a trend. Before you tie him down and force him to shave down some of that manly fur, consider his feelings about it. If he's game to trim those tresses, then it's OK to help him out. If he wants to make a change in his hairy landscape, then grabbing a razor and some shaving cream definitely isn't the way to go about it. A few rules of thumb according to AskMen.com are as follows. First, there are very few areas of his body that need to be super smooth -- like your freshly shaved legs -- unless he makes a living as a stripper, AskMen helpfully points out. Nor should there be wide swaths of hair the length of a five o'clock shadow. Stubbly chest? No, thanks. The best tool for a natural look is a beard-type trimmer with several guards to ensure the right length.