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Kaitlyn McLintock

Kaitlyn McLintock is a beauty and wellness writer. When she’s not hovered over her computer writing about all things skincare, makeup, and hair, you can catch her drinking too much coffee, roaming bookstores, and listening to vintage One Direction.

There are a few factors you should consider.
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There's a new category of skincare that suggests so.
Plus, how to prevent them in the first place.
Here's what experts want you to know about its holistic benefits.
Your warm-up is more important than you think.
Experts say this chilly treatment can reduce oiliness, sculpt your face, decrease puffiness, and much more.
It's a hybrid between a color corrector and a concealer.
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Experts explain what to eat and what to avoid.
It was created by a celebrity esthetician.
Two dermatologists and psychiatrists weigh in on the holistic approach to skin care.
And what advice they’d give to others who have recently been let go.
Some people swear by focusing only on the food that's ripe *right now.*
This ancient healing therapy has been used for thousands of years.
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There are actually a handful of benefits to consider.
Getting an education shouldn't be a life or death sentence.
A dermatologist explains how getting your blood injected into your scalp could give you a full head of hair.
Your immune system will thank you.
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Anxiety isn't just a feeling; it causes a physical response.