I’ve come to realize that the end of March generally marks the end of my New Year’s fitness resolutions. In January, my exercise regime still feels new and exciting. In February, my zeal for early-morning workouts begins to wane. Come March, my trips to the gym have all but stopped entirely. The best solution? A few pick-me-ups, in the form of seriously stylish workout gear. Here, my top picks for the best, most wallet-friendly accessories out there. I can’t promise that they’ll force you to get to the gym, but I can promise you that you’ll look super-chic whenever you do get there. (Hey, I don’t judge.)
It's spring, and all those Michael Nutter-created bike lanes are suddenly looking pretty inviting. Why not ditch the car and take your travels en plain air? Here, our roundup of the best city bikes for any cyclist, from the traffic-weaving commuter to the casual cruiser.
Our writer tests a luxe skincare line from a Main Line doc
Even though Eric Bernstein’s business is lasers (there are 44 at his Ardmore practice, Main Line Center for Laser Surgery), the dermatological laser surgeon is all about topicals. LaseResults, his own superluxe line which ranges from $36 to $85 a bottle, promises to combat skin woes like redness, enlarged pores and fine lines.
“If you’re going to do one thing to repair your skin, use a topical,” says Bernstein.
So we did. We slathered on the six treatments, from the Hydrating & Exfoliating Cleanser to the Calm & Restore serum—and, well, he was right. In two weeks, our skin looked firmer, pores appeared smaller and redness faded.
Move over, La Mer. There’s a new guy in town.