Guess what! The foods that we eat can benefit the skin when applied directly too! You can puree them, cut them, mash them, whisk them, grate them and enjoy all their goodness. These foods can literally sit on your face :)
She’s a special woman- you’re Mother! Your source of inspiration, your role model, and your very first beauty expert has been your mother. How about gifting her the goodness of antioxidants, providing her the protection against sun damage, helping her skin cells rejuvenate and making her look younger this Mother’s day?
This was an opportunity not to miss- talking to Nate, the co-founder and president of Sonya Dakar Skincare at the #NYSpaShow. What a wonderful person he is- friendly, knowledgeable and smart!
Beach season is almost here which means it's time to wipe away all those dead skin flakes and get your legs silky smooth for the summer. While there is a plethora of body scrubs and exfoliators available at your local skincare and beauty store, if you're a bit strapped for cash you can make your own scrub by using simple ingredients found in your pantry: white refined sugar, brown sugar, olive oil, vanilla extract and honey. Guest blogger, Nadia Jones shares her DIY scrubs...
You care about your skin. Why wouldn't you? It’s your largest organ. Walk to purchase a beauty product off the aisles- you are glared upon by more than 70,000 cleansers, creams, lotions, serums…dare I go on? There’s a constant parade of promises and conflicting claims. How do you know what works best for you? Whose advice do you trust? Its one confusing 'beauty universe'!
Enter Honey! Honey is a strong anti- bacterial agent and has anti-inflammatory properties. It has a high potassium content that doesn't allow acne bacteria to grow. Antioxidants present in honey give you clear, glowing skin. Honey is an occlusive hydrator- it pulls in moisture and retains it in your skin. Wow! this golden, sunny, sticky liquid has oodles of skin goodness :)
You want to look your best for prom! The key to looking great with your date is having clear facial skin devoid of blemishes, breakouts, zits, pimples and blackheads. Here guest Blogger, Kara Taylor shares five natural home remedies to help prevent and treat acne.
Many women include shaving as part of their daily or weekly routine in order to have smooth skin. However, there are several unfortunate side effects that can come about as a result of shaving, including dry or uneven skin. In order to keep your skin looking attractive and healthy without sacrificing the ease and convenience of shaving, implement these 3 shaving tools that help to maintain healthy skin
Many of us know how to measure our vision, our heart rate but do you know how to measure the health of your skin?
The public enemy number one when it comes to aging is – free radicals. Our bodies create them naturally, particularly when exposed to sunlight or when we are stressed. Excessive exercise also sets off an avalanche of free radical production, due to increased intake of oxygen.