Jacki Marzano

(26 articles)

Jacki Marzano is SoCal-based storyteller and head copywriter at Murad Skincare. She's shaped the voice of some of the most recognized beauty brands in the business, has a penchant for sharing homemade cookies, and believes SPF is the secret to getting carded well into your 40s.

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Better skin and more money? A derm and recovery addiction specialist on the benefits of sobriety for ‘Dry January’
BY Jacki Marzano | 4 MIN. READ
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Wrinkle wrap-up, part 4: It’s time to talk neck wrinkles, from neck lifts to tech neck
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Wrinkle wrap-up, part 3: Why you have forehead wrinkles and what you can do about it
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Wrinkle wrap-up, part 2: How to give smile lines (aka wrinkles around your mouth) the boot
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Wrinkle wrap-up, part 1: The bottom line on preventing wrinkles? Do these 5 things every. Single. Day.
BY Jacki Marzano | 5 MIN. READ
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Neuropeptides are showing up in skincare everywhere—why and what exactly are they? Plus, 2 top docs weigh in on their supposed ‘Botox-like’ results
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Facial filler real talk: Do they hurt? How do they work? FAQs with the ‘most loved injector’ to give it to us straight
BY Jacki Marzano | 3 MIN. READ
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When should you start using a face serum? Finally something Gen Z’ers, millennials and boomers can agree on
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Fact or fiction: The 4 basic truths everyone needs to know when it comes to premature aging
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Just the skincare basics: The real talk on serums—are they the requisite step too many people skip?
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Acne-clearing products make lots of claims, but which ones actually work? Just the facts, straight from lab experts
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ
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Is your skin trying to tell you something? The science behind purging—and why it’s more beneficial than you might think
BY Jacki Marzano | 2 MIN. READ