Tag: #skinhealth

Digestive Reboot: 5 Tips For a Post Thanksgiving Detox

Digestive Reboot: 5 Tips For a Post Thanksgiving Detox

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.

Friday Fix: Weekend Skin Detox

Friday Fix: Weekend Skin Detox

No plans this weekend? Perfect! Take the opportunity to detox with these four simple steps.

DIY Your Way Into Fall

DIY Your Way Into Fall

Today we celebrate the autumnal equinox, the official first day of fall. It’s one of the two days out of the year that the night and the day are equal in length, signifying that the balance between light and dark is shifting. With days becoming shorter, historically, the autumnal equinox has also been a time to reflect on the season’s harvest and to prepare for the long winter ahead.

Your Dermis is Showing

Your Dermis is Showing

How well do you know your dermis? As the middle layer of your skin, you can’t actually see it, but that doesn’t make it any less important than the skin’s visible outmost layer, the epidermis.

Celebrate End of Summer With Plums

Celebrate End of Summer With Plums

Labor Day, the unofficial close of summer, is this weekend. As we say good-bye to vacation and endless days at the beach, it is also almost time to say good-bye to summer fruits. Plums are in season until the end of September, so they are the perfect fruit to incorporate into your Labor Day party menus. Your skin will thank you!

10 facts about skin and sagging

10 facts about skin and sagging

Your skin is your body’s largest organ. It’s complex and multi-layered. How well do you know it?

Recipe: Pass the Peas Please!

Recipe: Pass the Peas Please!

Green peas are one of the most nutritious leguminous vegetables rich in health benefiting phyto-nutrients, minerals, vitamins and anti-oxidants – all great for skin health!

Lessons We Learned From Our Mothers About Skin Care

Lessons We Learned From Our Mothers About Skin Care

For most of us Mom was our first teacher. Helping us learn to navigate and explore the world around us and shape us into the people we are today. With Mothers Day this weekend, the team at mySkin reflected on the lessons our mothers taught us, that drive our passion for healthy skin, skin care products and our latest innovation OKU.

GUEST POST: Strategies for combating stretch marks

GUEST POST: Strategies for combating stretch marks

Try as you might to keep them away, they appear for many different reasons, especially during pregnancy and when you suddenly put on a lot of weight. No matter how easy they appear, they are a real nightmare!

GUEST POST: 6 Tips to Help Your Skin Stay Healthy and Look Great

GUEST POST: 6 Tips to Help Your Skin Stay Healthy and Look Great

While it’s impossible to stop your skin from aging, there’s a lot that you can do to slow down the process. If you’re worried about fine lines and wrinkles, sun spots, and more, it’s time you do the best you can for your skin so that you don’t have to deal with these problems soon. And if you already have a few of these problems, it’s never too late to do the right things.

Parts of your body you’re not including in your skincare

Parts of your body you’re not including in your skincare

We all have our skincare routines. While being aware that skin health is important, we do everything to cover every aspect of it. But it’s not easy – there’s weather, humidity, UV rays, aging signs – who wouldn’t be overwhelmed…

Guest Post: The Real Reasons Why You’re Still Getting Acne

Guest Post: The Real Reasons Why You’re Still Getting Acne

Acne is a pretty common problem for many of us. Although younger people are more prone to breakouts, adults can suffer with the embarrassment, annoyance and pain of acne as well. On the horizon are many reasons why breakouts occur,…

The Secret To Healthy Skin- Being Happy!

When you let go of all those negative emotions, not only does your skin feel the positive physiological benefits, but you also experience peace of mind, an increased ability to appreciate the things around you and you feel relaxed. These feelings again, have a number of benefits like better sleep, better health and well-being, and confidence.

Get Garlic Working To Zap Acne

One of Garlic’s most powerful properties is to reduce acne, acne spots, and brighten skin. Its antioxidant properties help fight free radicals, enhancing blood circulation and giving your skin a glow. The antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic properties of garlic prevent re-occurrences of acne breakouts giving you clear skin. Here are three ways to use garlic to prevent acne

The Best Skincare Rituals For College Students

College life is always exciting involving a fast-paced life where priorities can turn upside down without prior notice. You, as a college going student have to deal with the pressures of assignment submission dates and exams. These activities tend to increase your stress levels which is a common reason for getting skin problems. Most college students, you included, stop taking care of their skin when stressed which worsens their skin problems more. In order to stay clear of skin problems and get glowing, healthy skin, it is essential to incorporate some skincare rituals.

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Our transdermal skin imaging technology helps estheticians and beauty advisors look beneath the surface of client’s skin to reveal true skin health at a very affordable price.

5 Power Packed Exotic Vegetables For Your Skin

Put your hands together for the new kids on the block – the exotic vegetables- Maca, Asparagus Bean, Wheatgrass, Komatsuna and Celeriac! They add a zing to your taste, giving you awesome skin-benefits.

5 Outdoor Activities To Boost Your Skin Health

Outdoor activities are extremely important, for your body, mind, and even your skin. They simulate and enhance the circulation of blood. This ensures that an adequate supply of oxygen and nutrients reaches all parts of the skin making it healthy and supple.

Skin Health Down There

May is the month for women all over the world to celebrate their health. The Women’s Health Month is an attempt to bring together families, communities, health organizations, businesses and governments to encourage and empower women towards simple daily hygiene and health care. It is dedicated to creating an understanding about women’s health issues, encouraging regular health check-ups, inform and educate women about the actions they can take to improve health and celebrating advancements in women’s health care.

Take time out when traveling – include a day spa on your checklist!

Take time out when traveling – include a day spa on your checklist!

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.