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The One Ingredient To Ditch From Your Skincare This Winter

  The One Ingredient To Ditch From Your Skincare This Winter Where I can avoid fragrance in skincare — whether that’s face lotions or body care — I do. While that’s my own personal preference, I’ve always considered fragrance to be the Boogeyman in the corner, whispered about as being ‘bad’ — especially for sensitive skin, and particularly in the winter. It seems I’m not the only one. On TikTok, the hashtag #fragrancefreeskincare has 39.5 billion views and counting, and everyone from skinfluencers to dermatologists are extolling the virtues of omitting perfume from skincare as the weather takes a turn.

Uncovering beauty trends, particularly if they are skin-care related, is one of the most joyful parts of my job as a beauty writer. From trying out DIY skin-care hacks to talking to top dermatologists, I can't get enough when it comes to learning about skin — and it seems I'm not the only one.

On TikTok, the hashtag #skincare has an enormous 138.2 billion views and counting, with experts, influencers and TikTokers sharing their routines, top tips and favourite products. Among all of that, you'll spot a handful of burgeoning skin-care movements.

We've seen slugging and 'laminated skin' for example, alongside a growth in refillable products in a bid to be more sustainable, not to mention the body care boom that shows no sign of slowing down. The word “skin barrier” should be eligible for the Merriam-Webster word of the year, in fact, and it would be of no surprise if the NuFace or LED masks are on many Christmas lists this year (they're that popular).

2023 Preview: 7 Luxury vehicles to revel in next year

  2023 Preview: 7 Luxury vehicles to revel in next year “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” So said Coco Chanel, famed Parisian fashion designer. And what applies to haute couture also works for high-end vehicles. All cars will get you from point A to point B, but luxury cars will get you there relaxed — and in style. For those who believe what they drive reflects who they are, here’re seven fashion statements to consider. The fact all of them have electrified powertrains either standard or as an option should not go unnoticed.

So what can you expect going into 2023? We tapped some of the skin-care industry’s biggest names for the skin-care trends that are going to be on everyone's lips in the New Year.

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We know smoking is a bad habit that can cause severe damage to the lungs and a wealth of other health issues. But what about its effect on the skin? © Creative Cat Studio/Shutterstock person holding broken cigarette According to The Canadian Lung Association, there are approximately 4,000 chemicals in a cigarette. They can affect your skin in a myriad of ways, from producing dark spots and staining skin yellow to causing deeper wrinkles.However, it is possible to see changes in your skin within a few days of stopping smoking and using tobacco products.

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