How to reduce your risk of breast cancer + support breast cancer research this October

One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime, and breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in American women after skin cancer. Contrary to what you might think, only 5-10% of breast cancers are linked to genetic mutations while 85% occur in women with no family history.

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The One Skincare Product You Aren't Using Enough

I was getting a facial a couple of months ago - not something I regularly do - although I'd like to. I have these tiny bumps under my skin on my face. They don't pop if I try (sorry, gross), but at a facial they can really get in there and squeeze the junk out (sorry, gross again). I asked my esthetician what caused them, and while I think she mentioned a few things, there was one thing that stuck with me. She said there was one thing I needed to make sure I was doing weekly: exfoliation. Exfoli-what? Yeah, definitely not part of my regular skincare routine. 

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