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José Cuervo's Sparkling Margaritas

Even if you're a fan of straight-up José, these new ready-to-drink Sparkling Margaritas will seriously hit the spot. Available in Classic Lime, Strawberry Lime Margarita, and Sparkling Paloma (which the #ShapeSquad specifically taste-tested and approved), you can grab a four-pack to tote to the beach for a tropical treat, no messy mixing needed.

Photo: José Cuervo

Someone Invented a Magical Ice Cream That Cures Hangovers

After a night of heavy drinking, we've all chugged gallons of water, popped ibuprofen ,and even napped our Sundays away in the hopes of sooth our throbbing craniums. But nothing ever seems to successfully treat a nasty hangover (well, except time. But no one's got time for that!).

Could Tweeting About Your Weight Loss Lead to An Eating Disorder?

When you post a gym selfie or tweet about crushing a new fitness goal, you probably don't think much about the negative effects it could have on your body image—or that of your followers. You're posting to celebrate your bod and the heard earned results of those sweat sessions, right? Good for you!

Lesson #10: Coconut adds a host of skin-caring benefits to makeup.

After replacing several other products with Coconut Melt (including swapping my shaving cream and undereye cream for the oil—both with wonderfully hydrating and positive results), I knew I'd already proved its overall efficacy. Next, I wondered how well coconut oil worked as a makeup ingredient, since so many brands have utilized it as a secret weapon in cosmetics.

Take Marc Jacobs Beauty's Under(cover) Perfecting Coconut Face Primer ($44; Marc Jacobs Beauty), which features five coconut-based ingredients: coconut fruit, water, milk, polysaccharides, and extracts. My first application of the fluid primer gave my complexion an instant smoothing, blurring effect, prepping it for my foundation, which remained intact well into evening.

How? Not only does the formula infuse skin with vitamins and antioxidants, but the coconut water-derived polysaccharides are designed to mirror the effect of synthetic primer ingredients, while still allowing for skin to breathe. Winner! [For the full story, head over to Refinery29!]

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I Drank A Gallon Of Water A Day For Better Skin — & Here's What Happened
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Photo: Marc Jacobs