Menu for the best skin of your life
A 24-Hour Drink Menu for the Prettiest Skin of Your Life
You Are What You Sip
Don't forget to drink eight glasses a day!
Two cups of green tea a day keeps the blemishes away!
Drink me to be wrinkle free!
Why Not Cosmo?
Author Lauren Valenti works as an associate web editor at Marie Claire, another popular website and magazine among young adults. Valenti interviewed her dermatologist, Rachel Nazarian, M.D for reliable information regarding what drinks can improve the looks of your skin. Nazarian works at Schweiger Dermatology Group and is praised for her excellence in dermatology. Although Doctor Nazarian is valued as a reliable source, the entire article is not. Considering the article is a public source and is used for popularity rather than education, it is considered unreliable. Although this article was rather interesting and had some good information, it was desperately unreliable. I pulled this article from Cosmopolitan.com. Cosmo has been a powerful blog and magazine source for centuries and targets young women as their most loyal audience. Cosmo flaunts new and "cutting-edge" diets, sex tips, fashion trends, etc to draw the attention and wallets of many readers. This source is unreliable for a number of ways. One example would be that it is a .com website rather than a .edu or .gov. On top of that, the author of this article expressed no credentials. Furthermore, there is no publication or editor information available on the webpage either, further implying its unreliability. Cosmo magazine focuses more on gossip, rumors, and in this case, unrealistic diets, rather than the facts themselves. Because Cosmo is considered a powerhouse magazine, they will advertise anything to get a reader’s attention and encourage them to spend their money on new fashion trends and expensive diets that can only be found on Cosmopolitan.com
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