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Feeding My Camellia Flower Obsession: Boscia’s New Tsubaki Swirl Cream

  I've been on a camellia flower oil kick lately. It started with this weird itchiness I felt along my jawline. There was no rash or redness that I could see, but it just felt really itchy, especially after I cleansed my face and after using acids. So I temporarily cut out all AHAs (I … Continue reading Feeding My Camellia Flower Obsession: Boscia’s New Tsubaki Swirl Cream

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Spring Cleaning For Your Skin: Glow Recipe Edition

  It finally feels like spring, and with spring comes some spring cleaning. Let Marie Kondo handle your closet with her KonMari method; for your skin, you're going to need more than just a spark of joy (though I think turning over a new leaf, epidermically-speaking, will certainly spark joy and more). Follow these steps … Continue reading Spring Cleaning For Your Skin: Glow Recipe Edition

The Antioxidant Squad: A New Look at Your Skin Care BFFs

  The power of antioxidants has been touted for years, ever since health experts declared the blueberry and red wine your new best friends. In fact, the term “antioxidant” has been used so pervasively in the language, culture and industry of health and nutrition — antioxidant supplements alone represent a $500 million industry — it’s … Continue reading The Antioxidant Squad: A New Look at Your Skin Care BFFs

Guide to Vacationing in Korea … With Three Generations Worth of Baggage

  In Korean culture, 60 is a big deal, just like the first birthday. Some people throw small galas at a local hotel ballroom. Some buy extravagant gifts. Some send parents on trips of a lifetime. The rationale for the celebration at 60 came from a time when surviving six decades (read: war-torn Korea) was … Continue reading Guide to Vacationing in Korea … With Three Generations Worth of Baggage