New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

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New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

The combination of coffee and pumpkin is a great exfoliant for your skin and fall is the perfect time to treat yourself with an invigorating facial.

Fall Beauty DIYs to Spice Things Up

Tyler Crews, Contributing Writer October 3, 2017
Spice up your skincare and beauty routine with these fall-inspired DIY recipes.
Rituals Cosmetics’ Rituals of Sakura body rice scrub — a quick and convenient alternative to the Indonesian Lulur, or exfoliating rice paste, trend.

Around the World in Three Beauty Trends

Thomas Chou, Staff Writer April 13, 2017
These international beauty and skincare trends can freshen up your daily routine.
Does a higher price tag equal better quality? Sometimes it’s worth spending more on certain products than others.

Beauty Economics 101: Spend or Skimp?

Pamela Jew, Staff Writer March 2, 2017
Having trouble deciding between beauty brands? WSN shows you which products are worth the splurge!
Along with creams and serums, use a mask to soak up oil, dry up impurities or add moisture.

Perfect Your Beauty Sleep

Alyssa Kelly, Contributing Writer February 27, 2017
Switching up the bedtime skincare products in your regular routine can completely change the game when it comes to fighting bad skin.
Retinol, or Vitamin A1, is an anti-aging ingredient that’s available through prescriptions and even at the drugstore

Try Using Retinol Products in Your Skincare Routine

Sona Shekhawat, Contributing Writer February 3, 2017
If you're looking to turn back the clock by reducing wrinkles and acne scars, look no further. Skincare products which include retinol are all the rage these days.
It turns out that iPhones are dirtier than toilets, so avoid the germs and use headphones or earphones instead.

Cell Phones: Harming Your Skin?

Michaela Hoffman, Staff Writer November 7, 2016
While there is evidence for negative side effects for your skin linked to light emission from smartphones, they are life threatening.
Green tea and honey can aid in keeping your body healthy and refreshed.

Groceries That Will Make You Glow

Kaylee Warren, Contributing Writer October 11, 2016
Get more bang for your buck by implementing leftover groceries into your beauty regimen.
Korean Sheet Masks bring a new twist on the formula used and the easy-to-use aspect for all beauty facial treatments.

Sheet Masks: A Second Skin For Your Face

Cecilia Hua, Contributing Writer September 26, 2016
Korean Sheet Masks are easy and affordable at-home skincare additions to your beauty regime that you need to start using now.
StyleLikeUs Whats Underneath Project profiles stylish individuals to tell the unique story behind their clothes.

Beauty and style deeper than skin and sneakers

Laura Casado, Contributing Writer November 17, 2015
Beauty company Olie Biologique and mother-daughter duo blog StyleLikeU rebrand style for an all-inclusive public.
Spa treatments can be costly, but cuticle creams can produce the same nourishing  effects at a cheaper cost.

Prevent nails from winter weather damage

Avery Chang, Staff Writer November 19, 2014
The cold weather results in dried, cracked fingers and nails. Equip yourself with these helpful tips to protect your precious hands.

Sleep mask trend offers skin treatment options

November 20, 2013
Sleep masks, also known as skin packs, are an overnight treatment intended to retain moisture and reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the skin, taking advantage of skin cell turnover, which can be up to eight times faster at night

For skin, vitamins preferable to Accutane

November 6, 2013
Vitamin treatment is often preferable to Accutane supplements, which has been shown to be correlated with birth defects.