Are collagen ingestibles a scam? Or the secret to your best skin? An internal medicine MD (and beloved skinfluencer) tells all
Do you need to rethink skincare when you’re pregnant? Of course, says this A-list fertility doc (plus, the dangerous things you can do to your skin while pregnant)
Bummed summer’s almost over? Here’s how to not get depressed
Summer’s warmer weather calls for happiness-inducing activities such as spending time at the beach, laying out by the pool, going on vacation or simply relaxing. With so much pleasure and leisure happening during the summer months, it’s no wonder some people experience post-summer blues once the fun ends. To prevent the seasonal transition from taking […]
Skincare standards, part 5: Everything new you need to know about face serums
With their potential to moisturize, soothe and brighten your skin, it’s easy to see why face serums are making a name for themselves in the world of skincare. But if you’re new to this magical elixir, the question remains—when should you start using a face serum? Today, we’re sharing everything you need to know about […]
RetinAL rules, part 2: The ultimate antidote to fix signs of advanced aging and stressed skin
Meditation facials. Anxiety-reducing cold plunge tubs (with skincare benefits!). These are just two of the activities giving skincare a well-deserved slice of the wellness space. Clinical evidence proves this isn’t just a billion-dollar-industry bluff: Emotional stress on the inside means visible signs of stress on the outside—and it looks like dryness, lines, wrinkles, dullness and […]
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Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh
Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is a fertility specialist residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. Practicing for over 15 years, she has a specialization in egg freezing and IVF and has vast experience in helping people over 35 realize their dreams of growing their family. Her focus is on finding the sweet spot of where science and patient care meet, and empowering people to better understand their fertility. She is also the host of the popular podcast, The Egg Whisperer Show.
October is Global Diversity Awareness Month, which is why we chose entrepreneur, author and body acceptance advocate Katie Sturino as guest editor. Using her fun, unapologetic voice and style on social media to raise awareness for size inclusivity and to empower women of all sizes, Katie’s viral content has attracted global attention with her work appearing in Elle, W, Marie Claire and more. As a first-time author (she recently released Body Talk,) Katie is all about getting people to feel more comfortable and confident in their own skin.
Dr. Zion Ko Lamm
Zion Ko Lamm, MD, is a board-certified internal medicine specialist and social media skinfluencer, who has been featured in Vogue, Allure and Shape. She entered social as an outlet to the stressors and uncertainties of working in outpatient COVID clinics. Dr. Ko Lamm started sharing videos on Instagram and TikTok about all things skincare—from debunking trends to honest product reviews. An immigrant from South Korea, she also features frequent cameos of her Korean mom, who is living proof that sunscreen, facial massages and a good skincare routine work.
“Flawless isn’t a skin type and poreless doesn’t exist”: Meet the acne influencer changing the game
Acne sufferers know it isn’t just about pimples—serious cases can have major impact on our physical and mental health. Since June is Acne Awareness Month, it’s time to deep-dive into the skin condition that affects up to 50 million Americans. Here to chat all things acne is creator, activist, former model and founder of the #freethepimple […]
This radical financial expert doesn’t want you to cut out oat lattes and avocado toast. See why…
Does money make you anxious? You’re not alone. According to a study by the American Psychological Association, 65 percent of people said it was a major cause of stress. The good news? If you reframe the way you approach it, money can also be a great source of joy. Tune in as Gabe Dunn, creator and host of […]
Did you know most mental illnesses start between ages 14-24? Time to listen up, as this org pushes for change
Content warning: This podcast episode contains references to suicide/suicidal feelings. If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available 24/7. Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org According to the American Psychological Association, more than a quarter of adults say that most days they’re too stressed to function. Also, most mental illnesses actually […]