Join Allure as we explore the inextricable link between science and beauty — and don't be surprised if you discover your next favorite serum, hair mask, or scalp treatment along the way. Jenny Bailly, executive beauty director, and Dianna Mazzone, senior beauty editor, are asking the tough questions and getting the straight answers from dermatologists, cosmetic chemists, and at least one expert on climate change (we said the questions were tough). So if you’ve always wondered what a wrinkle actually is (and how retinol can make it go away), or why your hair is curly (and which polymers will give it the most spring), come get nerdy with us!
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I work for a small Med spa, and a very science-y dermatologist/boss, and I love that this podcast is based in science and the facts! Thank you for spreading the basics in a very easy, understandable format. THANK YOU and keep it up!
I love the wrinkle positivity in this episode.
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Allure: The Science of Beauty launched 2 years ago and published 40 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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