Well, this is disturbing: According to New York-based dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad, there's been a 40 percent increase in "hand lifts" since the rise of social media. Why? Because newly-engaged women not only want to share images of only their big sparklers, but of their smooth hands. "Social media has certainly led people to be more concerned about their appearance and how they present themselves, so if women can receive a quick procedure to make themselves feel better and younger, it’s something that they are willing to do," Ostad explains. The process involves injecting hands with Juvéderm to plump up the skin and smooth out wrinkles.

Are you using huge amounts of data? Noticed your data being used up quickly? Well that is because facebook has changed your settings and as videos now auto play in your feed....that's huge data and costs you money!  On iPhone, go into your phone settings, go to FB icon, click, then settings and select 'auto play on wifi only'. Desktop, go to the little triangle top right of your FB page, go to settings, down at the bottom is videos, click on videos and move the slider to off.  On android go into app settings and do the same, on Samsung - while in FB press the left button next to the home key on the phone then settings and it comes up with the auto play option. Save money and data now!

Spanx are considered the "wonder shaper" for any body part that needs a little suck 'n' tuck under your clothing. But now there's a new skin cream being touted as "Spanx for your face" that Jennifer Aniston is heavily involved in hawking.  This stuff is called Neotensil and it's a skincare treatment designed to reduce puffy and saggy skin, especially around the eyes. The effect apparently lasts 16 hours. If this seems like a dream come true for you, two things might hold you back from grabbing a few hundred gallons of it: 1) It's only available by prescription and 2) $500 will buy you less than a two month supply.