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    Le Mieux Bio Cell Rejuvenating Cream, 1.75 Ounce
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    Le Mieux Vitamin C Clear Skin Pads, 30 Count + Solution, 2 Ounce
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    • Brighten skin for a beautifully natural, youthful-looking complexion
    • Infused with glycolic acid, botanical extracts, and the most stable form of Vitamin C (Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate)
    • Each soft, saturated pad helps smooth out fine lines, minimize hyperpigmentation

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foodies such as Mozza's Nancy Silverton, Top Chef's Bryan Voltaggio, Landmarc's Marc Murphy and the Meatball Inform on's Michael Chernow & Daniel Holzman; interior draughtsman Christiane Lemieux of DwellStudio; skincare line creators Joanna Vargas and

Freeloading Muppets: Mitt Romney, the Conservative Right and Its Foreclosure ...

Whether or not Mitt Romney likes Big Bird, or clear teachers, firefighters, or health care workers becomes irrelevant. The gutting Transfer, it becomes an intolerance of those who do not practice this hyper-tolerance (so that anyone who argues that

Sean Moloney: An Incredible Journey

In things, the face and tongue begin to swell and the skin can begin to detach. In Moloney's cause, he has already lost all of his fingernails and This was, of course, before Mario Lemieux came to the Penguins (he was still in secondary at the time) and

Skin Cancer Free With Each Pair of Lululemon Leggings

A photo of the tote bag was posted on Reddit earlier this month, sparking the controversy. (1)

This irked me for two reasons: 

1) A clothing company is getting into the world of health advice. Instead of a move that seems Gwyneth Paltrow-esqe, why not accept what you do well and leave the rest to the experts? Lululemon makes fantastic, high-end exercise gear. Yoga pants that make you look great while doing your chaturanga and jackets that manage to make the least athletic people look sporty. Why not keep the advice on the bags to friendships and money and leave the advice on sun exposure to the experts? There are people in this world who know what the "right amount of sunshine" is, and they are not Lululemon marketing people. They are called dermatologists. 

2) The advice is simply wrong - worse, it's the kind of messaging that makes dermatologists lose sleep at night. None of their statement is backed by scientific evidence and is instead dangerous. Science says that sunscreen is absolutely safe. If there was still any doubt about using sunscreen after us debunking such claims for decades, the  American Academy of Dermatology  (AAD) also released a statement earlier this year, to clarify the message. They state,