As a general life rule, it’s best not to make mountains out of molehills. The exception: keratosis pilaris (KP), a condition that causes patches of fine bumps on the backs of your arms (and sometimes thighs and rear). KP isn’t dangerous, contagious, or painful, but that doesn’t make it any less of a Big Beauty Bummer—especially if you’re in a tank top. The root cause is genetics.
3 fragrances interact with your body's individual chemistry. the inevitable result? your favorite perfume will change, depending on diet, environment, and-yes-your age. By MELISSA FOSS Soon after her last birthday, Houston-based executive recruiter Kristin Lindquist grabbed a smooth, familiar bottle from her vanity table, misting her neck and wrists on her way out the door.