Audrey Noble, Freelance Writer
Audrey Noble, Freelance Writer

Audrey Noble

Audrey is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
From sunscreens and retinols to night creams and serums, these doctor-recommended formulas target a myriad of skin concerns.
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Dermatologists give their recommendations for every skin type and tone, as well as what you should use at every age.
Here's how many strands you can expect to see in your brush, in the shower, and in your hands when you run them through your hair.
Getting strong, healthy nails—and getting them fast—is surprisingly simple.
These hydrators—which include face lotion, eye cream, cuticle products, and more—will leave your skin luxuriously smooth after a good night's sleep.
These trending hair tools will help you craft the perfect chignon.
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You can use this U-shaped tool to create a classic bun or chignon—here's how.
These trending hair tools will help you craft the perfect chignon.
You can use this U-shaped tool to create a classic bun or chignon—here's how.
Use these detailed tips to soothe tight muscles and joins—plus, learn when it's not safe to stretch.
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These dermatologist-approved germ-crushers double as skin care for your hands.
Experts provide a complete breakdown of what makes each of these products unique—and suggest a few products from each category to try now.
Three dermatologists weigh in.
We asked hair stylists to recommend a brush for every hair type and texture. Shop their picks, here.
According to two dermatologists, this ingredient promotes an optimal scalp environment, which leads to stronger, fuller strands.
We consulted dermatologists to see whether skin care products with sake really live up to all the hype.
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Experts weigh in on whether that extra step is worth it.
You can dress this quick and easy look up or down.
These old-school hair tools impart lasting volume and big, bouncy curls.
Whether you have thin, fine strands or curls and coils, we found the right leave-in formula for you, courtesy of two experts.
There is no one-size-fits-all way to identify the source of a rash, since this type of irritation can be caused by a number of different things.
Our top picks are proven winners. Plus, leading dermatologists offer their best tips on applying eye masks.