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This face mask is basically a PSL for your skin

“Everything pumpkin” is basically the motto of fall, and you can get your skincare in the game too.

Pumpkin is actually great for you skin. It contains vitamins A and C, which are both touted for their skin benefits. Enzymes in pumpkin also help remove dead skin.

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RELATED: Pumpkin spice isn’t just for the pantry — here’s how to make the perfect body butter for fall

Adding honey will help brighten and clarify your skin as it hydrates and kills bacteria. Brown sugar gives it a little extra exfoliating power.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1/4 cup canned pumpkin
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar

Combine everything and refrigerate the mixture for 30 minutes. Apply the mask and leave it on for 10 minuets. Rinse off with warm water and a washcloth. She recommends finishing with a beauty oil.

If you’re a “Nightmare Before Christmas” fan, you need to make these Jack Skellington Oreos

How perfect are these Jack Skellington cookies for Halloween? If you’re a fan of “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” these will make your day.

The cookies are super easy to make because they are just chocolate-dipped Oreos. Decorating them is a little more of a challenge, but thankfully the design is organic and doesn’t have to be perfect.

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Renee Conner shows us exactly how to make them in this video. She uses a lot of cookie decorating tools, but she always gives alternatives if you don’t have the exact supplies.

She dips her face in a bowl of water to set her makeup

Dipping your face in water isn’t just for removing makeup anymore. Apparently, it also works to set your makeup. And they say the results are flawless.

RELATED: Are you removing all your makeup? She reveals how to get your skin as clean as humanly possible

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The technique, drawn from Korean beauty practices, relies on setting powder mixing with the water to create the perfect finish to your makeup. There must be science behind it, but it looks like pure magic to us.

Everything you need to know about the best and worst drugstore BB creams

BB cream is basically a beauty bag magic trick. Somewhere between a tinted moisturizer and foundation, BB creams go on smooth and cover imperfections well.

There are so many BB creams on the market, from high-end to drugstore. Sorting out the good from the bad can be a time-consuming and expensive exercise.

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Luckily, beauty vlogger Zabrina has done the hard work for us. She reviews eight BB creams from the drugstore in great detail. She tries them all for an entire day and makes notes about how they go on and how long they wear. Many of the creams started to shine after a few hours and some settled into fine lines.

Watch to find out which ones she recommends.

These Hilarious Comics Nail What It's Like to Live With a Disability in 2016

Two sisters are putting a hilarious spin on the crap people with disabilities have to put up with in 2016. Jessica and Lianna Oddi, two illustrators who use wheelchairs, created a blog called The Disabled Life to show what it's actually like to deal with everyday situations (including Tinder) when you have a disability. "To be honest, it really started as a way to share our personal experiences in a funny way," Jessica told Refinery 29. "But as it continues to grow, our underlying goal is to help make disabilities a common topic. It’s 2016; we can all talk about diversity, share our thoughts, and treat everyone like human beings!" Check out some of the powerful comics below: All Photos: The Disabled Life

You’ll want to watch this video of food baking in the oven over and over again

Ever wonder what happens to your baked goods when they are actually baking? How do they change from liquid cake batter into fluffy, spongy cake?

Takashi Aizu, a baker in Japan, actually films his creations baking inside the oven. The time lapse videos show exactly what food goes through as it heats up. It’s not exactly what you would think, but it is mesmerizing to watch. Insider lets us in on the action in this video.

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RELATED: Try not to scream while watching this person jump into a pool from four floors up

They say to never watch a pot of boiling water, but apparently watching things bake in the oven is pretty magical.

Finallly, a festive Halloween treat that is actually healthy

All those adorable mummy- and ghost-shaped treats really make Halloween so much fun. But it’s easy to get carried away with the calories, even if you do avoid the candy.

Try this fun and festive snack instead. These adorable jack-o’-lanterns are made from oranges and stuffed with salad — healthy all around.

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RELATED: Feast your eyes on this easy spooky Halloween eyeball pasta

Serve these at your next fall gathering and give your guests some relief from the parade of holiday junk food. This recipe from Garden of Life will keep your party on point.

This Emotional Story Explains Exactly What a Late-Term Abortion Is—and What It Isn't

When Donald Trump talked about late-term abortions in the final presidential debate, the Internet exploded. According to Trump, current abortion law means "you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb of the mother in the ninth month, on the final day." But here's the thing—that's not what happens at all (his description actually sounds more like a violent C-section). As this emotional Facebook post explains, late-term abortions are performed in severe cases, and they are often very traumatic. We should be listening to OB/GYNs and the women who have gone through late-term abortions, not politicians.

Toddlers OK'd to video-chat in new recommendations from pediatricians

The American Academy of Pediatrics on Friday announced updated recommendations for parents hoping to shield their children from the worst effects of new technologies.

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The group released its recommendations after reviewing the latest scientific evidence on children and digital media use. Among other suggestions, the AAP said toddlers should be limited to using screens only while video-chatting.

The organization has traditionally recommended toddlers stay away from using screens at all until they become 2 years old. The guideline was first set out in 1999, according to NPR.

Studies indicate that despite the 1999 recommendation, most families operate under the assumption that applications like Skype and FaceTime “don't count.”

In a policy statement, AAP cautiously agreed and cited emerging evidence that young children can learn some words while video-chatting “with a responsive adult.”

The organization warned, however, that scientific evidence shows there is still harm caused by “excessive digital media use.”

"What's most important is that parents be their child's 'media mentor,'” Dr. Jenny Radesky, lead author of the policy statement, said in a news release. “That means teaching them how to use it as a tool to create, connect and learn."

The following recommendations were made by AAP:

For children younger than 18 months, avoid use of screen media other than video-chatting. Parents of children 18 to 24 months of age who want to introduce digital media should choose high-quality programming, and watch it with their children to help them understand what they're seeing. For children ages 2 to 5 years, limit screen use to 1 hour per day of high-quality programs. Parents should co-view media with children to help them understand what they are seeing and apply it to the world around them. For children ages 6 and older, place consistent limits on the time spent using media, and the types of media, and make sure media does not take the place of adequate sleep, physical activity and other behaviors essential to health.

To support the recommendations, the group also launched an online digital media use planning tool on its website.

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