Skincare and Anti-aging
Kathleen Lee-Joe They're the epitome of lazy beauty, but what harm are they doing to your skin - and the environment?
Kathleen Lee-Joe The best up-and-coming beauty oils you haven't tried – yet.
Kathleen Lee-Joe They call it 'vinotherapy' – natch – and it's the perfect way to use up those last remaining drops of red from that hearty spag bol you made on Wednesday night.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Girl power is awesome, but the way it's used by the advertising industry leaves us a bit sceptical. Finally, we have a parody to cut through the BS!
Ban the bead
Kathleen Lee-Joe Because smoother skin isn't worth polluting the ocean for.
Kathleen Lee-Joe How to steam your face with laxatives, and other pointers.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Why it may be time to put down your Clarisonic.
Rachel Feltman Some of the damage caused by sunlight may occur after sun exposure ends, according to a new study published this week.
Kathleen Lee Joe Though embarrassing, fear of foot odour ('FOFO'!) is a problem that plagues the best of us. Sweat happens, people, but there are ways to fix it.
Kathleen Lee Joe This anti-wrinkle tip is nothing to smile about.
Kathleen Lee Joe Just another reason to embrace yours.
Kathleen Lee Joe After a long time in beauty exile, bar soaps are finally trendy again.
Tracey Strange Who needs a dermatologist when you have this nifty trick up your sleeve?
Tracey Strange When it comes to pimples, a little violence is sometimes called for.
New age attitude
Kathleen Lee Joe Women no longer want to eradicate every wrinkle from their face, according to a new study.
ANDREA O'NEIL Slipping, slopping and slapping might not prevent sunburn and ageing after all.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Yes, adult chickenpox is as bad as they say it is.
Kathleen Lee-Joe So, the Christmas party came and went and it was swell, but now you have to deal with the aftermath.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling finds inner beauty with a facelift diet and freshens up her manicure colour with spring pastels.
Tracey Strange After a serum that actually works? Tracey Strange outlines the basics of what to look for.
Kathleen Lee-Joe You’ve heard it before, but here it is again: The most important thing you can do to prevent premature ageing is to wear sunscreen. Every. Single. Day.
Ew ew ew
Kathleen Lee Joe Though our usual zit be-gone remedy is squeezing until our eyes flood with tears, this is so, so wrong.
Anna van Praagh Cosmetic surgery doesn't affect only the patient, as Anna van Praagh recalls.
Kathleen Lee-Joe While there’s an abundance of information on what foods to eat and what herbal supplements to take during menopause, there’s not a whole lot dedicated to looking gorgeous for a Saturday night out.
Sarah Berry A must-read before you hit the beach this weekend.
Tracey Strange How can you know a serum works when it's designed to prevent something that hasn't happened yet?
Aileen Nakhle ... and what you can do about it.
Catherine Rodie Clinical practitioners in the UK have warned that Botox may 'stunt emotional growth' in young people.
Livia Gamble America's Next Top Model contestant Chantelle Brown-Young was four years old when white patches appeared on her skin but that hasn't stopped her from taking on the modelling world.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling tries a hair-gloss treatment and tracks down the latest skincare boosters.
Stephanie Darling The week's beauty run down courtesy of Stephanie Darling.
Soak it up
Kathleen Lee-Joe With dimmed lights, your most zen playlist and these relaxing do-it-yourself soaks, you’ll soon emerge a relaxed, delicately scented, better you.
How sun sees you
Laura Vitto Our mums weren't kidding around when they demanded we slather on the sunscreen.
Effie Mann Now, this is an empowerment project we can get behind.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Watch Korean dramas or tune into SBS PopAsia on any given Sunday morning and you’ll know the look I’m talking about.
Ideal-Woman Rubber Mask
Kathleen Lee-Joe Are you sick and tired of slapping on a full face of makeup before you go to work every morning?
Kathleen Lee-Joe You try to avoid foods with preservatives, flavour enhancers and other nasty E-numbers, but how about your beauty products? When it comes to reading labels on eye creams and makeup, things get very complex indeed.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling finds the secret ingredient for glowing winter skin.
Christina Ianzito Gross alert: you may need a pedicure, but you really don’t need it to be a risky event.
Leoni Barlow While the decade did include the odd beauty blunder (perms, for one) there are a few key looks that are making a stylish comeback.
Three of the best
Add some super hydration and glorious scent to your winter moisturising routine.
That's right, I discovered the truth about microbeads.
Leonie Barlow Combat winter's drying chill with these tried and true products for smooth skin and healthy nails.
Leonie Barlow We thought it was about time we cleared up any confusion.
Julia Teen More frequently, cosmetic developers are using health-food aisle ingredients in their products. But are these super foods as effective externally as they are internally?
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling's weekly beauty round-up.
Kathleen Lee-Joe Could the secret to healthy skin be a friendly coating of bacteria?
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling becomes a willing guinea pig, with uplifting results – and discovers life's little travel essentials.
Kissed by the sun
Kathleen Lee-Joe As our definition of beauty becomes ever more elastic, freckles and moles have become features worth highlighting, not concealing. All ye fair maidens, rejoice!
Kathleen Lee-Joe South Korea, the home of eyelash extensions, blotting tissues, super-concentrated serums and BB and CC cream, is said to be 12 years ahead of the rest of the world in terms of beauty.
Genevieve Rosen Eye drops and paper towels might not be glamorous, but at least they’re hard-working.
Dom Knight Dom Knight investigates.
Gretchen Reynolds Exercise not only appears to keep skin younger, it may also even reverse skin ageing in people who start exercising late in life, according to surprising new research.
Tracey Strange It can sometimes feel as though it would take a science degree to understand what you're really putting on your skin.
Cheap and simple
Rachel Clun Yes they earn bajillions of dollars but that doesn't mean celebrities don't have their favourite budget beauty buys.
Casey Seidenberg If you are struggling with skin problems, pay attention to these nutrients...
Nicole Elphick After the sweat, sunscreen and sea salt, your skin needs a little TLC.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling finds joy in being blue, discovers a concentrate with a feel-good factor and takes a whole heap of weight off her feet.
Debra D. Bass The latest beauty 'wonder drug' is probably already a resident in your kitchen cupboard.