*Guest Post by Dr. Crippen*
Our skin is the only outfit we never take off, and it needs to be cared for properly to keep its youthful appearance through the years. There are many habits you can take up that will protect your skin over time. Using sun protection when outdoors is a great first step is, and another one you might consider is eating for your skin. [Keep Reading]
Winter is here and before you know it your skin may feel dry, itchy and totally parched.
It’s just awful, but as someone with super sensitive skin and a gluten-intolerance I can tell you that not just any old skin lotion will make it better.
As the seasons change, I find my body’s needs change too. Simply put, I rotate my fave skincare products depending on the time of year. Going a little lighter in the summer (because who wants to feel oily) to full, deep moisture in the winter, I give my skin what it needs.
Now, if you’re anything like me and have a gluten sensitivity, you know it’s important to only use g-free products on your skin. And guess what beauties? This DIY gluten free body butter may be just what the doctor order this winter.
*Guest Post by Johny*
It seems like a crazy idea to slather sticky honey on your skin or pour beer on your hair. People will either think you’re into some kind of weird experiment or that you’ve lost your mind.
But you shouldn’t care about what people think as long as you know what you’re doing, right?
These strange, but surprisingly effective beauty fixes will resolve some of the most common beauty issues that you have. [Keep Reading]
If you long for skin that is brighter and more vibrant looking there is no need to settle for expensive skin solutions that are filled with chemicals and unnatural ingredients.
Who needs a department store with costly skin “brighteners” that have ingredients in them that you cannot even pronounce? You can be confident with what you are putting on your face with natural ingredients that you can make right at home. The brightest, healthiest skin can be yours when you turn to nature for help.
Bright Skin is In…the Natural Way
Who knew that a quick pit stop at your local health food and herb store could help you towards a brighter face?
Yep — as it turns out, herbs are a great (and natural!) way to boost your usual beauty routine and give you radiant looking skin. And who doesn’t want that? [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Lovella*
Many of us are overwhelmed by countless beauty options we see in our TV ads and shops. It seems that skin care has been getting more complex by the minute.
So let me help you refocus on what’s truly essential – stuff that your skin really needs to stay healthy and vibrant even without makeup.
Remember – how you’re gonna start your day is going to show on your face. So with just a few simple daily habits, you can supercharge your daily skin routine to have noticeably younger and radiant skin for many, many years to come! [Keep Reading]
Enough is enough.
That is what many women are saying as more and more face Celiac Disease or necessary dietary changes every day.
This evil protein that is naturally within grains such as rye, barley, or wheat can wreak havoc on anyone that is allergic to it.
Now if you’re like most women, you use cosmetics daily and you probably want to know 100% for sure that what you are choosing is gluten-free. If that’s the case, then read on soul sista, because we’re got a gluten-free cosmetic treat in store for you! [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Emily*
Hoodies, hot cocoa, boots, jeans, pretty colours, crisp air and flushed cheeks!
As the days shrink, the temperatures drop gradually and air turns out cold and dry, it feels good to drag out our comforting warm clothes after bidding goodbye to our shorts and swim suits. But since this is a time of transition, the changes need to be applied not only to our clothes, but to our skin care regime too.
Here are some of our handpicked winter skincare tips so that it stays as fabulous as the year’s last, loveliest smile. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Dr. Osvaldo*
Can you get perfect skin without dermatologic treatments?
The short answer is yes.
But you need to build habits that are tough to keep for most people.
Maintaining a beautiful, healthy skin is a unanimous desire among women. When you cannot achieve that goal, is common to start wearing make-up to hide minor imperfections.
Skin care must be part of a daily routine of beauty and health. In addition to lotions and treatments, you need a proper nutrition and hydration. You can see below the tips to keep a flawless skin. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Daisy*
The darkening of the skin caused by the hot sun rays, it is also known as sunburns. There are people who willingly tan their skin through sunbathing, especially during the summer when the sun rays are much hot. Other people use chemical products that produce a tanning effect without exposure to the UV rays.
Excessive exposure of skin to the sun can cause the dangerous disease known as skin cancer and accelerate aging of the skin causing wrinkles. It is not easy to bring a dark tanned skin back to normal but with patience and care it can be done.
There are varieties of homemade or natural treatment for sun tan that includes lemon juice, cucumber juice, aloe Vera, raw potato and many others. [Keep Reading]
Dry skin sucks and as we all know, so does acne. Unfortunately, many of the most common acne solutions contain harsh ingredients that suck the hydration from you skin.
So riddle me this – if you already have dry skin and are putting skin-drying products on it, how the heck do you expect to have glowing, gorgeous skin?
If you’re scratching your head in confusion at this predicament too, then you are not alone. As someone who has silently suffered with fairly dry skin for my entire life, this question has plagued me.
Thankfully, my DIY prowess has led me to the discovery of an awesome DIY face mask recipe that not only combats pimples, but is safe for your dry skin. [Keep Reading]