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America's teens and tweens are embracing skin care products and buying more than they did last year. Karina Perez for NPR hide caption

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Tweens used to hate showers. Now, they're taking over Sephora

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A smarter way to use sunscreen

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Skincare culture runs deep — and celebrities are cashing in

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