You'll probably be shocked by how many of your favorites can be refilled and re-used.
Including cream and oil (yes, oil!) blushes, potent brightening serums and sunscreens we can't wait to wear every single day this summer.
The Vintner's Daughter founder shares how she finds and tests new products, why she keeps her beauty routine simple and how growing up in the world of winemaking impacted her appreciation for natural scents over artificial perfumes.
Just in case you need a few hair, skin, makeup or fragrance recommendations.
Including a candle that goes a long way toward enhancing a home workspace and hand soap and sanitizer that are actually in stock.
Some of them break down in as quickly as 28 days.
Natural beauty brands and retailers can't seem to agree on whether the ultra-popular anti-ager is safe.
It's that time of year again.
Including spray-on sunscreen, a Rihanna-approved lip scrub, a palo santo-spiked moisturizer, CBD gummies that support a noble cause and more.
An investigation of the alarmist misconceptions that clean beauty brands perpetuate most.
Several brands are aiming to correct the murkiness that continues to plague the market.
Our top makeup and skin-care picks from ethically-minded brand Beautycounter.
Plus, Kering and Alibaba Group team up to protect intellectual property.
The private equity firm seems to think there's a market for chemical-free products.
Take ownership of that whole, “new year, new you” cliché by checking out these notable – but most importantly, useful – beauty apps and websites, which offer everything from at-home hair and makeup to a rarefied shopping experience.
Former fashion industry exec Gregg Renfrew's line of beautifully packaged, responsibly manufactured, reasonably priced skin and body care could turn into a serious competitor to the Avons and Mary Kays of the world.