Aubrey Almanza

Aubrey Almanza


Aubrey Almanza is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and King's College London. Her writing has appeared in Prevention, SHAPE, and Reader's Digest, among others. She specializes in data-driven content on topics of wellness, beauty, culture, art, and fashion.


It’s Not the Turkey That’s Making You Tired (Blame It on the Trimmings)

You know the drill: Greet relatives, eat turkey, pass out on the couch. But is turkey really to blame for the post-sup stupor? We got to the bottom of this persistent Thanksgiving myth.

The Correct Age to Begin 10 Vital Skin Care Practices

If you wait to address problems only after they show up—think sun damage, age spots, and wrinkles—you're missing out on the incredible powers of prevention. Here's the TLC your skin needs starting right now.

This Is the First Thing Your Dermatologist Notices About You

Good luck keeping a secret from your dermatologist—these experts know all about your unhealthy habits after a single glance.