All kinds of vegetables have some or the other vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, enzymes, nutrients, acids that are good for your skin. Moreover, the beauty about vegetables and skincare is that nearly every vegetable is good for any skin type. Here is mySkin’s peek into your refrigerator for those “power-packed” veggies for healthy skin
Traveling can be a hugely rewarding endeavor, but it can also be incredibly stressful. Chapped lips, dry skin and tired eyes are commonly experienced on the road and can be caused by any number of factors including jet lag, harsh airplane cabin air and emotional stress. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, it is important to take care of your mind and body. Spending some time at a day spa can be a great way to give your skin some much needed care, and can also work wonders to calm frazzled nerves. Here are some of the ways travel can have a negative impact on your skin and body, and why it can benefit you to take time out to visit a day spa when you travel.
Psst !! Did Ellen Degeneres drink this up before the Oscar curtain rose? Her glowing skin and sparkling eyes surely makes us think so 🙂
Age is but a number. But while we might not “feel” that number, cruel “time” does leave its mark on its canvas, US! With age, diminishing hormone levels and reduced moisture content aging signs like fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin come in prominence. While we might stock our beauty cabinets with all the creams promising the elixir of youth, there is no better remedy to reduce the signs of aging than a diligent dose of “good old” exercise.