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Cosmetics and personal care items women use every day are packed with a constellation of chemicals that health advocates say could be connected to a host of health problems.
How we shape and maintain our appearance is a social task—our bodies do so much communicating on our behalf, and being seen by people we care about is a fundamental part of our mental health.
French women do get work done. They're just better at hiding it.
Cosmetics and personal care products contain a mix of chemicals. Researchers are working to better understand if any of these affect human health. Some chemicals are classified as endocrine disrupting, which means they may interfere with the body’s hormones and cause adverse health effects
Depressed by your appearance on video calls? Men and women alike are splashing out on face-lifts, lip-plumping and more.
Thousands of chemicals, in billions of dollars worth of products, are being governed by regulations that haven’t been updated in decades.
Cosmetic surgeons say business is booming after elective surgery opened up, with quarantine proving a time to heal in secrecy from renovation of face and body.
This is the future. As Khanna and other industry professionals explain over the course of the day, fewer people are likely to get lip or cheek filler but the whole face will be considered. In other words, it’s all about using filler sparingly but across the face or multiple features to build a brand new profile.
Eliminating endocrine disruptors is harder than you might think.
There is a wrinkle. The injectables craze, especially among youngsters, worries regulators. Botox is a prescription drug in most places but many dermal fillers are not.