The holidays are right around the corner, which means more holiday parties and photo-ops with co-workers, friends, and family. This is a perfect opportunity to indulge in interesting and dramatic makeup ideas that add extra sparkle to your looks and spirit.
Autumn is officially here, and it’s time for pumpkin spice lattes, comfy sweaters, and tall boots. Just like your wardrobe, your autumn skin care routine should adapt to the seasons as they change. Cooler and crisper fall air can lead to dry and flaky skin. That’s why it’s important to incorporate new products into your skin care regime and help prepare for the winter season ahead.
We all love having a good hair day. But when factors such as heat damage, hair loss, and dandruff ravage your coif as well as your psyche, it’s stressful. If you constantly find yourself reaching for a hair tie or hat to cover your locks, a natural hair care regime can restore health, so you can love letting your hair down once again.
Finding sensitive skin care products that work can be touch-and-go. Reactive skin affects people of all ages, genders, complexions, and skin tones, which is why it can be difficult to find the right solution for you. If you are frustrated with your sensitive skin, you’re not alone.
If you are concerned with maintaining a healthy lifestyle, you may start to question the ingredients in your personal skincare products. The mainstream and big-brand skincare, haircare, and color cosmetics are often filled with artificial and chemical ingredients, and many consumers are now looking for healthier alternatives.
Spring is a great time to invest in cleaning up the house, but it's also a good reminder to take the necessary steps to prep your skin for the upcoming spring and summer months. Here are our top tips to get your skin glowing for spring.
We’ve all heard how nice it is to have rosy cheeks, but rosacea is rarely so delightful. If you’re suffering from this common condition, take a look at our top suggestions for the best natural skin care options for rosacea.
If you’re tired of dry, irritated, and itchy skin, replace your regular commercial soap with handcrafted vegan kettle soaps. Kettle soaps are all-natural and provide numerous benefits beyond simply cleansing your skin.
Winter is officially in full swing. Whether your climate is cloudy, sunny, windy, or snowy, chances are good that temperatures have dropped and outdoor humidity has plummeted. Indoors, heaters in our homes and workplaces run full-blast for months to keep us protected from the icy chill. With so little moisture in the air, it’s no surprise that breakouts of dry, itchy skin affect so many of us each winter.
We’ve all dealt with breakouts or stubborn acne at some point. Especially with the added stress of the holidays behind us (overindulging in goodies) and dry winter weather, it’s not unusual for skin to go on a spotty rampage this time of year. But for some, acne seems to have taken up a permanent residence year-round, which can signal that skin-irritating beauty products may be to blame.