For many, the holiday season can be packed with bustle and merriment. While we may enjoy the celebrations and social obligations (or not), the sheer volume of activity can lead to stress and exhaustion. Now, more than ever, it’s important to make time for self care and rest
The benefits of cosmetic surgery can ultimately be put into two categories, physical and emotional/mental. Though plastic surgery is predominantly sought to improve self-appearance (which is certainly seen as the primary benefit), there are many other benefits that plastic surgery can provide.
Did you know that a quarter of all plastic surgery is done on those aged over 55? In this blog our guest blogger describes the most common surgical procedures performed on those over 55 and helps with deciding whether it is really necessary go down this road.
Why is pH important? Many skincare brands throw around the phrase ‘pH-balanced’ as a marketing tool without actually explaining what role pH levels play in achieving healthy skin. Allow us to clear things up.
Some people (not you, obviously) tend to overdo it on Thanksgiving. If you get visions of gravy-soaked pecan pie every time you close your eyes, you may be in need of a post-holiday detox. Nothing major, just a quick cleaning of your insides to help you kick off any leftover sluggishness and plunge into December, fresh faced and full of energy. Here are three sample meals that are delicious, cleansing and perfect for either a 1-day detox or stretched out and repeated for longer programs.
For as long as anyone can remember, the race to look younger and younger as we age has been an everyday part of modern society. From near infinite brands of makeup and fillers to complicated and drastic plastic surgery procedures, the way this race has been run has also changed on a seemingly daily basis. Truly, corporations are always touting a new way to turn back the clock, and many of us rush out the door, always willing to try the latest and greatest.
Having a healthy Thanksgiving is easier said than done. Or is it? Here are five easy, low-maintenance ways to stay on the right side of things this Thursday.
When it comes to skin, we are all aware that it is an important part of our body. But a lot of us are having trouble keeping tabs on our skin health. Because we are busy, or simply don’t know what to do. We try to fix both issues with this article, as we give you some tips on creating your own skin routine that will make it easy enough to keep your skin in an healthy condition.
There’s no getting around it: Thanksgiving is a food-centric holiday. Diets and best intentions are often abandoned whilst feasters over-indulge and emerge bloated and lethargic (not to mention dehydrated). This need not be the case. Many traditional Thanksgiving dishes call for hearty fall superfoods that don’t need to be violated with fatty additives and over-processing.
Need a cocktail? Here are some ways to enjoy an end-of-the-week drink (or two) without sacrificing your skin’s dewy soft radiance.
Blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery refers to a surgical procedure that is performed by removing some skin as well as fat from the eyelids. Not only is this procedure used to reduce bagginess of the lower eyelids, but also removes excess skin from the upper eyelids.
The skin is the largest organ of the body and one of the main organs responsible for detoxification (surprised?). The body actually releases one third of its toxins through the skin, so you can imagine how important it is to take good care of your dermis, making sure pores are regularly unclogged and dead skin cells sloughed off.
As fall marches on, your interest in kale salads and fruit sorbet may dwindle, while your craving for lasagna and cheeseburgers starts to pique. How to satisfy your comfort food needs without feeling like you’ve ingested a block of cement? Here are 5 healthy comfort food dishes that hit the spot and are packed with fresh vegetables and nutrients.
A disturbingly large amount of cosmetic, skin and hair care companies offer products that obtain quick results in short periods of time for mildly complicated issues, but they neglect to inform their customers about are the adverse effects from toxic ingredients they use in many products that potentially harm the body.
Acid might conjure images of a burning, flaking, far-too-aggressive skincare treatment only aging Hollywood starlets must subject themselves to. No so! There are many gentle, effective ‘acids’ that can transform your skin without irritation. Here, we’ll run down six of the most popular so you can choose products with the acid that’s right for your skincare needs.
No plans this weekend? Perfect! Take the opportunity to detox with these four simple steps.
Getting enough sleep is hugely important to your overall health and emotional wellbeing. But good sleep is also probably the most rejuvenating thing you can do for your skin.
If you are ready to have healthier and flowing hair, you need to start by looking at your diet. Your hair requires a diverse array of nutrients so that it has the strength and resilience necessary to grow and be healthy. These nutrients should come from the foods that you eat as often as possible so that your body properly processes them.
When it comes to skin health, a happy gut is essential. You can slather on designer creams until you’re blue in the face, but if your digestive system is not functioning properly, your skin will show it.
They say that clothes don’t make the man, but it can certainly set them apart from boys. A man`s wardrobe is a reflection of his style and it can even put a stamp on his personality. We are fortunate enough…