CVS made a bold move to banish retouched photos in its advertising, but it’ll take more than a few visible pores to remedy the problems that have been harming women for centuries.
From a very young age, girls are taught that being skinny is a virtue and consuming “too much” is sinful. Will women ever be able to eat and drink without guilt?
Julie Klam likes her frown lines. And her laugh lines. And her crow’s-feet. Even as her friends and doctors are embracing Botox and Restylane. Is she wrong to resist?
Toxic hair products—including hair relaxers and the Brazilian blowout—have been making salon workers sick for years. With no regulation required, stylists are forced to save themselves.
After "Shark Tank" hosts ridiculed the owners of the Lip Bar, which creates makeup products for women of color, this writer put her money where her mouth is.
The Beta app spread all over Facebook, stamping our faces as young or old. But is it safe for Gen-X women to announce their age to the world?
The company’s latest #SpeakBeautiful campaign has the haters out in full force. But could their seemingly insincere tactics have a genuine effect?
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DAME’s Friendkeeper makes sure a reader doesn’t get the Rachel and walks another through the weirdness of grief.
Unretouched images of the former supermodel’s postpartum body may seem shocking. But to most women, they’re a reflection of reality—one well worth celebrating.