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Lazy Girl Approved: Jergens Moisturizer For Wet Skin

Lazy Girl Approved highlights long-lasting, goof-proof, fuss-free products that can fit into the most minimalist of regimens. If you consider yourself a low-maintenance beauty lover, these product reviews are for you!

Jergens Moisturizer For Wet Skin

Lazy Girls always seem to have some excuse for skipping post-shower moisturizer, whether it's the fact that lotion can take a long time to rub into skin and absorb properly, one too many snooze alarms in the morning, or a speedy gym-to-cocktail-hour routine that leaves little time for "non-essentials." Well, no more: Jergens Moisturizer For Wet Skin ($9.99 at London Drugs) has been out for some time now and it's safe to say this product is a game-changer.

Bridal Style: Pre-Wedding Skincare Q&A With Collective Skincare's Kathryn Sawers

Kathryn Sawers from Vancouver-based spa and skincare and facial treatment Collective Skincare

For years now, I've entrusted Kathryn Sawers when it comes to facials. Kathryn boasts 14+ years in the skincare and spa industry, and her spa-in-shop Collective Skincare (located upstairs at BeautyMark) takes a holistic approach by addressing diet and lifestyle factors as well as skincare. Facials at Collective aren't just facials: depending on the treatment, they often involve potent natural products (they're the only ones to do Tata Harper facials in Vancouver), acupuncture, and facial massage. With such a breadth of experience and knowledge, I had to pick Kathryn's brain about getting one's complexion ready for the big day. Consider this Q&A everything you've ever wanted to know about bridal skincare!

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer: Q&A With Global Product Development Director Tom Crawford

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

When it comes to hair dryers, my game has always been bleak at best. My hair broke so many while I was growing up (fans and long locks just don't mix), my mom resorted to buying the cheapest ones she could find at the drugstore. When I moved out, the hair dryer I took with me was a pathetic folding travel model. That's why I inwardly yelped with glee when I saw the press release for the new Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer ($499.99; available August 2016 in Canada). A lightweight, highly effective hair dryer that's also quiet, ergonomically balanced, and tangle-proof? Sign me up, please! I chatted with Dyson Global Product Development Director Tom Crawford to find out exactly what went into the making of the new Dyson Supersonic.

Product Review: Dior One Essential City Defense SPF 50

Dior One Essential City Defense SPF 50

As if UVA/UVB rays and pollution weren't enough to contend with skincare-wise, did you know you should also be worried about High Energy Visible (HEV) light? HEV light is the blue light emitted from the screens on your devices, and it inhibits your skin's ability to self-repair and accelerates aging. This is bad news if, like me, you can't seem to put down your phone or iPad, you're addicted to Netflix, and you log countless hours in front of a computer at work or blogging. Normal sunscreens won't block out HEV light—you'll need antioxidants for that—which is why Dior One Essential City Defense SPF 50 ($74) is pure genius.

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