Luck o' the Irish shindig
My ex has a new GF! Am I still smitten—or just jealous?
15 spring odd jobs to get ya started
St. Paddy’s Day musts! 6 books that will put you in the Irish spirit
"Untold" - An original poem
6 tricks for looking cute over spring break
5 ways to get your shiny strands back
7 cinchy ways to get more from your workout
Which fictional school is made for you?
Sneak a peek at our April/May issue starring Becky G
GL Exclusive with Lea Michele
More Friends = More Fun
CREATE A PROFILE
GL Tweets !
AN HOUR AGO Are you a Hogwarts girl, or are you straight out of #PLL? Take our #quiz to find out: http://t.co/8jdWHmFUwl (http://t.co/dKPEpTNOhr)
2 HOURS AGO Spice up your go-to hairstyles w/a few simple steps. Rock these 7 fresh looks this week: http://t.co/bJz19ZXIPd (http://t.co/XcLnDEIaVK)
3 HOURS AGO #Nails: Be in-the-know when it comes to the ingredients found in some of your pretty polishes: http://t.co/v4HLaEcNOw
Check these out, too...
You may be. Most of the time, this kind of reaction is caused by a sensitivity to chemicals creating the scent in your stick, says Dr. Vivan W. Bucay, a dermatologist and assistant clinical professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. And those labeled unscented may still feature some fragrances that’ll bother sensitive skin. So avoid that annoying itch with a hypoallergenic and fragrance-free product, like Tom’s of Maine Fragrance-Free Deodorant Stick or Almay Clear Gel Fragrance Free.
BY AMANDA FORR ON 1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN weird body Q, skin problems, sensitive skin, advice, allergies
Drinking milk prevents breast cancer.
Be a GL Buzz Babe!