5 Ways Yoga Benefits Your Face, a Weird New Skincare Ingredient to Try, and More

Candice Swanepoel (Instagram)We may have just discovered the secret to Candice Swanepoel's perfect complexion—yoga. Turns out the workout doesn't just benefit your bod, it helps you save face. Perhaps this is what will finally get me back to the mat. [Alignyo]

Speaking of stretching, it may not be a bad idea if you're desperately trying to avoid spider viens like me. Dr. Oz breaks down five rules for keeping them at bay. [Dr. Oz]

Want to hear the latest weird ingredient you'll be tempted to put on your face? Algae. Yes, for realsies. It's actually chock full of antioxidants, "More specifically, chlorella, which is a type of single-cell green algae fights inflammation and irritating free radicals that mess with our melanin production, meaning a more even skintone for you." Hey, nothing sounds strange compared to placenta or your own blood. [YouBeauty]
On the other hand, if you're looking for a totally free way to save your skin, it's time to invest in a little more beauty sleep. Cutting too few Zs is surefire way to accumulate extra wrinkles. No thanks! [Prevention]

If you dread crunches as much as I do, don't fret. A) They're really one of the least effective stomach workouts you can torture yourself with. B) There are some sneaky ways to squeeze a six-pack into your life. [Self]

And now I'll leave you on this happy note—there are some healthy fast food options out there. Really. Know exactly what to order next time you hit the drive-thru. Not that uh, any of us are ever tempted to do so. [Fitness]

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