Researchers Take To Botox To Treat DepressionResearchers are now testing Botox injections, typically for cosmetic use, to see if they can treat depression and social anxiety.
Red Carpet 'Facelift' A Non-Invasive Choice In Anti-Aging TreatmentsIt’s what we call the red carpet "facelift.”
A Look At The Latest Procedures To Put Your Best Body & Face ForwardA tighter tummy and luscious lips - a goal of many when it comes to the desire to put your best body and face forward.
The Art Of The Blow DryAh, the blow dry. A necessary evil for many of us and in South Florida’s constant heat and humidity, it’s a challenge for both hair stylists and do-it-yourselfers alike!
Study: Caffeine Shampoo May Help Treat BaldnessSome of Hollywood's hottest leading men have embraced baldness.
Timeless Beauty Brands Aim For Next GenerationBeauty brands that have gone through the tests of time are now aiming for the next generation while trying to stay true to their roots.
Senate Takes A Closer Look At Cosmetics ClaimsA Senate committee is expected to consider the "Personal Care Products Safety Act” that would give the FDA power to take a closer look at makeup, lotions, anti-aging treatments and more.
Hunt For Smoother Complexion Has Women ‘Shaving Face’ The hottest trend in beauty is really as old as the hills, but it’s something that’s rarely talked about.
Minimally Invasive Beauty Treatments Growing In PopularityFor those wanting to look a bit younger but want to avoid injections or going under the knife, there are a host of minimally invasive treatments meant to stop the skin’s aging process.
“GOOGELLE” Reveals The 10 Most Asked Beauty Questions On The InternetFind out what the top 10 most asked beauty questions on the Internet are from ELLE Beauty Director, Emily Dougherty.
The Most Epically Remote Places On EarthNeed a cool vacation idea? Why not visit some of the most epically remote places on earth? Check out our list of favorites provided by Thrillist.
Birchbox Takes Guesswork Out Of Beauty Product ShoppingShopping for beauty products, with the plethora of options, can be overwhelming. Birchbox, a company founded by Harvard Business School classmates, was created in hopes of taking some of the guesswork out of choosing products—for $10 a month.