10 reasons why Halloween is the absolute best holiday
I don't have a BF yet. Is something wrong with me?
How to fall in love with yourself
Selena opens up about her health scare
DIY glitter leaves for an instant autumn vibe
We found the *perfect* sweater weather outfit
Nail polish expires? The *real* shelf-life of your fave beauty products
GL's tasty tea guide is here to get you through fall
Sneak a peek at our awesome October/November issue starring Bea Miller!
GL's Exclusive Look at GMW's "Girl Meets World of Terror 2"
More Friends = More Fun
CREATE A PROFILE
GL Tweets !
AN HOUR AGO It's #ThrowbackThursday! Tweet us your best #tbt pics 😊
2 HOURS AGO Sleepy skin? Wake it up with this #DIY coffee scrub: http://t.co/9wUD2FlOyM pic.twitter.com/uYSNLzc43r
3 HOURS AGO #GIVEAWAY: 1 punk princess rocks a @CindyJohnnySHOP leather jacket overlay: http://t.co/HjnEqSNmst
Check these out, too...
Usually when something like
this happens, it’s a result of some sort of change to your cleansing routine or
what you wear. If you donned a new T-shirt before hitting the sack, your
nipples might be a little irritated by the rough cotton. If you’re using a new
body wash or if Mom switched laundry detergent brands, the chemicals in the
product might be causing your sensitive skin to react.
Don’t worry—your body will
recover, heal and be back to normal in no time. Rub some rich, fragrance-free
lotion of your boobs and toss on a soft bra and tee. You’ll be fine!
If the burning and swelling continues for longer than a day—and
you have changed into old clothes you’re
body did not react to before and you’ve cut out any new body products—you might
want to call your doc.
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 1/17/2012 11:14:00 AM
POSTED IN breasts
Sex on TV leads to teen pregnancy
Get super spooked with our Bone-Chilling Books giveaway!
Want to score some seriously scary stories this season? CLICK HERE for your chance to win three *terrifying* tomes from Harlequin—just in time for Halloween. Eek!