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Winter Blooms • The centerpiece featured on the cover is surprisingly simple to assemble. Place a cylindrical glass vase in a trifle dish and fill in the space between the two with small citrus fruits like clementines or mandarins. Add water to the vase, then fill it with flowers. “Start with the largest blooms and those with sturdy stems like peonies and tulips,” says GH Visual Styling Director Lis Engelhart, who styled the cover. “Then fill in with delicate smaller flowers and greenery.”
Collard Greens • Unlike spinach or kale, these sturdy supersize leaves can be cooked for a long time without losing their structure (and are also great raw!). Here are our Test Kitchen’s favorite ways to enjoy them:
The Benefits of Eating More Produce • Are you veggie-curious? GH’s Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Stefani Sassos, says eating less meat can do a world of good. Here are three ways:
fond farewell • In 1994, a high-energy gal’s gal named Ellen Levine became the first female editor to lead this magazine. Late last year a light went out when she passed away. We still feel her influence—and I will never forget her.
GH+ READS & FREEBIES • Starting this month, GH+ members can sign up to receive 4 FREE digital books per year. Here’s the first one! Share your review for a chance to have it featured on our website.
Bright Ideas for Winter Skin • Say goodbye to parched skin, staticky hair, a lackluster complexion and more with GH Beauty Lab top-tested product picks and expert tips.
Conquer Cold-Weather Woes
inside the GH Beauty Lab • The look-gorgeous news, tricks and trends you need to know from GH’s in-house scientists and experts
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UNLOCKING THE Surface of SKIN • When it comes to your complexion, there’s so much more than meets the eye. Case in point: the skin’s top layer, or “skin barrier.” Here, GH Beauty Lab and dermatologist experts break down the science and secrets of the barrier, including why keeping it balanced is crucial for skin that’s healthy, calm, clear and hydrated.
So what exactly is the skin barrier?
4 Top Surface Disrupters • The skin barrier naturally maintains a symbiosis that keeps your complexion functioning properly (and looking clear and smooth), but these culprits can damage it, causing or exacerbating the issues below.
Signs of Unbalanced Skin • A compromised skin barrier can manifest itself in several ways, dermatologists say:
4 Ways to Keep Your Complexion Healthy • Experts recommend these do’s to make sure your skin surface stays happy, no matter what your skin type.
Have you heard of the acid mantle?
BEST BARRIER-FRIENDLY SKINCARE • These essentials help skin’s surface layer remain calm and balanced.
Skincare… for Your Hair! • Collagen, hyaluronic acid, ceramides, peptides—you’ve likely heard of these ingredients in skincare products, and now they’re popping up in haircare and styling formulas too. They may be skin stars, but do they really work on strands and the scalp? GH Beauty Lab and hair experts explain what’s worth a try.
The Science Behind Flavonoids • What It Means for Your Heart Health
Turn Your Shower Into a Spa • You don’t have to renovate to transform your bathroom into a zen-like escape — adding a bench, eucalyptus and fluffy towels in your shower or just outside it can do the trick. Amy Leferink of Interior Impressions went a step further: She applied teak panels to the wall using tile adhesive, then added hooks. Instructions, page 96
Classic… with a Twist • Cozy meets breezy in this sun-drenched Delaware beach home that was reimagined for a...