Women's Health

What’s Your Skin Personality?

For years, skin-care companies have categorized women by the amount of oil they produce (i.e., normal, oily, or dry). The problem? It’s oversimplified and it doesn’t tell the whole story of why, or how, your skin behaves the way it does, explains Barbara Close, founder and CEO of Naturopathica and author of . “I take into account factors like diet, genetics, and lifestyle to treat the root of your problems—not just the surface symptoms,”

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