Neutrogena Pure and Free Baby Sunscreen Stick review

This SPF 60+ stick is for babies, but great for all ages. Plus, it doesn't contain potentially comedogenic ingredients like many other products.

In theory, sunscreen sticks sound like a great product. They’re easy to apply and you can throw ‘em in your handbag without worrying about potential spillage. But after scouring various product pages, I realized that many mineral/physical sunscreen sticks aren’t designed with acne-prone people in mind. Many of them contain at least one of the ingredients on Acne.org’s list of comedogenic ingredients to avoid—typically cocoa butter and/or coconut oil. Let me show you a few…

Bare Republic Tinted Face Sunscreen SPF 30 review

This sunscreen is the tinted version of Bare Republic's regular facial sunscreen, and contains the same trio of antioxidant-rich oils: grape seed, carrot seed, and raspberry seed.

Remember those heavily discounted Bare Republic sunscreens I saw at Duane Reade (my local drugstore) a few months ago? I went back about a week after I first bought those and they were completely gone…replaced by Christmas merchandise. At least I had the chance to snag more than one bottle that day, including Bare Republic Tinted Facial Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30.

Teleties hair ties: Your new best friend for better ponytails

This twisty hair accessory won't ever break on you or let you down. Plus, it can easily be revived after it stretches out—and it even doubles as a bracelet.

If your hair is long enough for a ponytail, you’ve probably formed an opinion or two about what you’ll use—or eschew—as a hair tie. Rubber bands are a no-no…unless you like wincing in pain while yanking out strands of your hair for no good reason. Scrunchies are cute, but the inner elastic bands usually get stretched out waaaay too easily. Recently, I finally discovered my forever hair tie in a Walmart Beauty Box: Teleties. According to the package, Teleties are designed to…

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