Day: May 20, 2020

Father’s Day Gift Ideas: 49 Perfect Gifts for All the Impossible-to-Shop-For Dads Out There

It’s a good time to be in the market for a Father’s Day gift ideas. Between the open-collar shirts and the chunky sneakers, the bluetooth speakers and the elevated toothbrushes, it’s almost impossible to get it wrong in 2020. In fact, your biggest problem these days is simply just having too many options to sort through—that, and trying to account for Covid-related shipping delays when ordering your perfect gift. That’s why we rabbit-holed into the world of dad gifts and hand-crafted this lineup of can’t-go-wrong ideas for your shopping pleasure. Just like dad, we’re here when you need us, know our way around some comfort footwear, and love making lists. If you want to send us a gift too, that would be fine. Just order it now so we’re sure to receive it by June 21st. Here are 49 can’t-fail Father’s Day gift ideas for dad.

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The 8 Best Jean Brands for Hourglass Figures

Shopping for jeans isn’t easy for anyone. Our bodies are all so different that it’s tough to find a truly perfect pair straight off the rack. That’s where having a great tailor comes in handy, but it also helps to know which brands best fit you, requiring only a little tailoring if any at all.

I find my body type particularly tough to shop for: I have skinny legs and a small waist but a more pronounced butt than most people expect. This means that most jeans I try on are either too big in the waist or too tight in the rear. But after plenty of trial and error, I’ve finally learned which brands and styles are ideal for me (and other women with this dilemma).

To save you all those extra trips to the fitting room (or the endless online returns), I’m sharing my favorites for this body

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The Ultimate Suncare Routine to Protect Your Skin

To get a more informative (and less judgmental) take on skin cancer in young people, I tapped Joshua Zeichner, the director of cosmetic and clinical research in the department of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. I asked him if he is increasingly diagnosing skin cancers in patients 25 and under recently.

“Skin cancers are uncommon in patients under 25,” Zeichner told me. “That being said every year, I seem to find more and more skin cancers in this group of patients. This may be due to not protecting the skin as well as they should have when they were younger, the use of tanning beds, and depletion of the ozone layer allowing greater penetration of UV light to the Earth’s surface.” 

I also asked Zeichner to elaborate on what makes some young people more susceptible to skin cancer than others. “Skin cancers develop as a

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