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We've all fallen prey to the siren song of trendy diets. Whether it was veganism in the early aughts or the Paleo frenzy of recent years, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the myriad of "miracle" diets out there that always seem to be forbidding one seemingly harmless food group (Carbs, we will never quit you!) and claiming that another is the key to a perfect life (We're looking at you, chia seeds).
The latest category to emerge in the diet-book world? Regimens that supposedly help you break down foods that not only improve digestion and help you shed weight, but also clear up your skin in the process. We rounded up a few "good-skin diet books" and broke down the gist of each philosophy. Tell us, would you give one of these beautifying eating plans a try?
Whether she's got a light dusting or a serious sprinkle, a lady with freckles faces a unique set of beauty challenges compared to those with dot-free complexions. Still, she shouldn't feel compelled to cover those beautiful spots — unless that's what she's into, of course. But, for those who want to let their freckled read
Gwyneth she is not. While Blake Lively's lifestyle website, Preserve, may bear a few hallmarks of the goop goddess' empire, it's a horse of a different color. That color is somewhere between Lo-Fi and Hefe.
If you've had a chance to poke around the site today, you may have noticed a few themes emerging in the shopping read