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Angela tries her best to play the happy hostess while Richard recovers from his back injury. However, when Richard makes an especially outlandish request, Angela finally blows her top.

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Skin Laundry Lands in NYC: One Vogue Editor Test Drives the 10-Minute Laser Facial

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When I first heard about Skin Laundry, the recently opened New York City treatment center devoted exclusively to ten-minute laser facials, I immediately made an appointment. After debuting in Los Angeles last year, it quickly became a cult sensation. The premise is simple: In less time than it takes to get crosstown in a cab, the high-tech skin service claims to to remove your blackheads, shrink your pores, and reduce blotchiness without any recovery time.

At the moment, my biggest beauty pet peeve is my pores. Over the past few years I’ve seen them, well, grow, which has also resulted in a lot of blackheads. As a result, I’m always on a hunt for the latest pore strip or clay mask to clean and shrink them—anything to keep them in check. So at 8:30 a.m. on a Monday morning, I went to see if Skin Laundry could provide the aforementioned quick fix.

The company’s Flatiron location looks like a very clinical beach house, which makes sense given its California roots. When I arrived, I had to answer a series of questions regarding my medical history before meeting the physician’s assistant and registered nurse who would administer the treatment. Had I undergone any past surgeries, for example? Yes. Any scars on my face? One—a small mark near my lower lip that I’ve had since I was five. Everything was noted in my file for consideration—and they were definitely paying attention.

Finally, it was time to get started. First, a tech washed my face with the in-house cleanser (but left my eye makeup on!) and covered my lids with a pair of those funny, plastic goggles people wear in tanning beds. The first part of the treatment involves running a Yag laser over the skin—but although I had totally psyched myself out about the potential pain factor, it just felt like a series of tiny pinpricks. There was also a funny burning smell, which, the tech mentioned offhandedly, was the smell of my blackheads and dirty pores being vaporized by the laser energy. It’s totally worth mentioning that the dirtier your pores are, the more you will feel the zap of the device, but it doesn’t actually hurt.

Next, the skin is treated with IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, which I now know is a really bright red flashing light you can see through your closed eyes and your plastic tanning bed goggles, and is used to help even the skin tone and kill acne-causing bacteria. The whole procedure is then repeated a second time. And that’s it! At the end, you are handed a mirror to see your results.

Immediately post-treatment my skin was slightly red, but that flushing was gone by the time I walked out the door five minutes later. It seemed that my pores really were smaller and cleaner, even if the effect was subtle. There was no downtime afterward, although my technician cautioned that I might experience some photosensitivity and applied their in-house brand of sunscreen just in case.

In the days that followed, I actually saw a slight increase in breakouts, which, the company explained, was the effect of the skin purging any buildup. The ten-minute treatment is gentle enough to do every other day and, with repeated visits, there are also longer-term benefits. You may see changes in the size of your pores, redness, acne scarring, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation over time.

It is worth noting that the treatment is not for everyone, including (and most notably) those who are pregnant, use prescription face treatments such as Accutane or Retin-A, or who have darker skin tones (due to an increased risk of hyperpigmentation).

I, for one, have already booked my next five appointments.

 

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On the Charts: J. Cole Drives Home a Number One

WISHING YOU ALL A LUMP OF THIS CHART TOPPER FOR CHRISTMAS: A year ago, if I’d challenged you to predict the Top Three first-week sales numbers, would you have answered Taylor Swift, Coldplay and rapper J. Cole? The first one’s obvious, the second possible and the third – like winning your NCAA-tournament pool by……
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What Drives A Teen To Kill A Friend?

In light of recent headlines about teens stabbing to death their one-time friends, Dr. Phil takes a closer look at what could drive an adolescent to kill, and especially why they might murder their own friend.

When Karen Severson was a teen, she and her friends lured 17-year-old Missy — whom they accused of being promiscuous, possibly with their own boyfriends — to a spot in the woods. Then, Missy’s hands were tied behind her back, her “friends” chopped off her hair with a knife, Karen pushed her toward a creek, and ultimately, she was murdered. Karen spent 23.5 years in prison for her role in the murder, but still lives every day of her life with the guilt that she turned on her friend and participated in her death.

Dr. Phil asks Karen, “How were you so morally corrupt that this was OK with you at the time … What was wrong with you that you were that broken?”

Karen explains in the video above, “I was full of anger, hatred, bitterness, resentment. I had an identity crisis growing up. There were a lot of contributing factors in my life … We were mean girls, we were bullies, and bullies are pack animals. When one started, we fueled the fire to the next.”

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