*Guest Post from Radha*
Do you want glowing, vibrant and younger-looking skin?
Instead of spending thousands on skin care products, include some healthy foods in your diet. The healthier the foods you consume, the better your skin will look.
Lack of skin-friendly nutrition can make the skin dry and pale. Certain foods contain powerful nutrients that keep the skin smooth and supple. Here are some amazing foods that we can choose to make our skin beautiful and glowing. [Keep Reading]
I’m a pretty healthy person. I wake up, work out 5 times a week, eat home-cooked, clean meals, and get a good nights sleep.
After all that impressive restraint, I like to indulge in a drink or two….or 5 on the weekends. Sometimes you just want to let loose and I don’t believe in denying myself that pleasure.
Now, there have been many an article raging on and on about how alcohol is linked to breakouts and bad skin health, so I figured I should look into it. I mean, if a facial made from red wine is good for your skin, how can drinking it be so much worse? [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post from Katina*
Anyone who has ever traveled away from home for several days or weeks has felt a difference in their skin upon returning home. In most cases, its worse, not better.
Lack of sleep, long flights, different foods, excessive alcohol consumption and different climates all play a role in causing looks to wilt, rather than appear fresh and dewy.
Wilted travelers are easily spotted in airports. In fact, some look as if they’ve not given thought to soap and a washcloth in weeks, possibly months. [Keep Reading]
Some mornings you look in the mirror and your reflection is quite the scary sight. In fact, sometimes it’s so scary you wonder how anyone could wake up to it and love it.
I mean, let’s be real. Your hair is disheveled and oh my word; those bags! It looks like you didn’t get any sleep at all.
Now, how to get rid of under eye bags is an issue we’ve tackled before, but the ever savvy skin-oisseurs that we are, we’ve come up with a few new tips, trick and hacks that you can use. [Keep Reading]
Your skin changes quite a bit as you age. Besides the obvious – wrinkles, sagging, etc – there are several changes that take place at a more cellular level and affect your skins appearance. On top of that, the products you use have different results on your skin as you age. The products you use in your 20′s are likely not the ones you should be using in your 30′s, 40′s and beyond.
So where the heck am I going with all this? Well, I’m going to be giving you a few pointers to ensure you take the best care possible of your skin throughout the years. Part of that is identifying what you need to target with age. So let’s get into it. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Sonam*
In this day and age, everyone is a part of a race to be the best, richest and smartest. The hectic and stressful lifestyle is taking a toll on the health of the people and making them look older than their age. More so, people can’t be bothered to take care of their skin and looks.
The negligence is leading to elevated skin ailments and early signs of aging. The least we can do is keep a tab on our diet to save our face some torture. [Keep Reading]
Have you ever noticed little red bumps on the backs of your upper arms?
These annoying marks stand out like sore thumb and drive me bananas. It’s not like they itch or anything, but they look terrible and when the rest of my skin is so clear, I can’t for the life of myself understand why my arms wouldn’t be too.
That being said, I decided to do something about it.
At first, I thought I might be having an allergic reaction to my body wash, but it seems to be more than that. And let’s be real for a moment, I’ve had these red bumps for years, and no new body wash has made them disappear.
So what are these red marks? Let’s discuss… [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Shannon*
What do avocado, ginger root, hot tea and salmon have in common? They give you a hell of a good skin glow, that’s what.
No, you don’t have to blend them in a weird concoction and rub them all over your body (yuck!). You just need to eat or drink them as usual. Of course, if usual translates to once per year, then you need to eat them in a very unusual way — more often! [Keep Reading]
When it comes to acne, it seems there are a million and one ways to treat it.
You can treat it by eating certain foods or cutting some out all together, using acne face masks, spot treatments or balancing your hormone and stress levels.
Now, I’ve tried many a DIY acne treatment in my day, but none that seemed as crazy as this concept. What is it I’m talking about?
What if I told you to do nothing to your face.
When I say do nothing, I mean, don’t even wash your face. In fact, rarely let water grace your face at all. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post from Doreen*
Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, all you have to do is look after that skin.
Skin is your largest vital organ; yup your largest. It’s visible to the eye and noticed by the nose if not clean. The radiant appearance of healthy skin is something people notice and remember all year round.
Your biggest mistake is to just have a routine for your skin during Spring or Summer when you are hitting the beach and making the most out of the warm weather. There are things you should be doing to take care of your skin in any season. [Keep Reading]