Tips & tricks from our skincare experts for healthy, glowing skin

Skincare hacks are a dime a dozen, but you can’t always believe the hype. Have a zit or red spot? Toothpaste is not an instant remedy. Don’t rub a lemon slice directly on your skin. Your skin is tell-all to your health and wellness, so don’t you want to take care of it and put your best face forward?

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Be Thankful…It’s Good For Your Skin

Be Thankful

Live Healthier By Living In Gratitude

When you are piling your plate full this holiday season, make sure you include a healthy heap of gratitude – it may just help you live longer and look better! Recent studies show that people who regularly practice giving thanks are happier, healthier, calmer and perceived as more beautiful.

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Skincare Traveling Tips

Skincare Traveling Tips

How to Maintain Your Complexion in Transit

It is the constant quandary for travelers:  How will you keep your skin healthy when you are away from home? Due to the major restrictions that airlines may have pertaining liquids, it is even harder to keep up appearances. But, everything is possible and your skin and appearance must not be ignored, especially while traveling.

Here are 10 tips to keep your skin fresh and maintain your beauty routine while traveling.

The first three are tips that you should do before you travel.

While the last seven are tips you can do while traveling.

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Recipe for Spring Beauty

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Spring into Health

As of today, spring has officially sprung! It’s time to put away those winter clothes – well for some of the nation – and inhale the fragrance of spring. Beside the warmer temperatures and blooming flowers, another welcome sign of spring is the abundance of color in the produce aisles. Spring is the perfect time to experiment with the seasonal fruits and vegetables that work overtime to not only taste great, but also deliver substantial vitamins and nutrients to keep you young and healthy. So, this spring when you are cruising through the produce aisle, make sure you pick up some of the following:

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All Eyes On You

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Outshine Your Spotlight

Life doesn’t always happen on our schedule. A presentation, black-tie affair or birthday celebration are all situations that will happen whether or not we feel and look our best. Here’s seven tips to make sure that you are radiant and ready for the spotlight any day of the week.

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Inflammation Causing Ingredients

Inflammation Causing Ingredients

Damaging Chemicals in Skincare No One is Talking About

Facial skin is especially sensitive, even if you don’t have clinically-diagnosed ‘sensitive skin.’ The skin around eyes, nose and forehead tend to be the most prone to irritation and effected by toxins (topical, internal and external), sun and general lifestyle. It is important when considering any facial product that you look at the ingredients of those products and the side effects that might induce irritation to those most sensitive areas.

Here are some ingredients to steer away from if you want to minimize your chances of skin irritation.

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Do You Need A Toner?

do you need a toner?

Skin Benefits of Including A Toner in your Skincare Regimen

Cleanse. Treat. Moisturize – it’s the traditional skincare regimen that has helped women maintain beautiful, glowing skin for decades. But as skincare evolved, so did the traditional anti-aging regimen; and the addition of a toner became commonplace. But, do you really need a toner? And what does a toner actually do for your skin? Don’t worry…we’ve got these answers and more!

Do I really need to use a toner?

Toners are an important part of any skincare regimen. Our answer to whether or not you need one is yes! While it’s often overlooked, it shouldn’t be. Toners are the bridge between washing and moisturizing the skin.

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The Truth About Your Natural and Organic Skincare

the truth about natural and organic skincare

Get the Facts Before Purchasing “Natural” and “Organic” Skincare Products

The words alone are alluring: natural and organic. How could you go wrong with products labeled as “natural” or “organic,” right? But are the ingredients in your beauty products really what you think? Unfortunately many products are marketed unethically, misleading consumers to believe products labeled as “natural” and organic” only contain plant and mineral ingredients. Further confusing the matter is the fact that the FDA does not regulate beauty products as strictly as many believe. It is, therefore, up to you to be a discerning buyer when considering natural or organic skincare products. But, don’t worry – you are not alone. We are here to help you become an informed beauty consumer and avoid skincare products with harmful chemicals and toxic ingredients.

Let’s bust some common “natural” and “organic” skincare myths:

1. Myth: Natural Means Hypoallergenic.

Many believe that buying natural skincare means the product does not contain any allergens. Those with particularly sensitive skin might be shocked to find out that this can be untrue.

Truth: Hypoallergenic and Natural Are Not Synonymous

It is important to understand that hypoallergenic and natural are not synonymous. For instance, some consumers may be highly allergic to seemingly harmless natural ingredients like shea butter. Before buying and using a new skincare product, make sure to read the labels thoroughly. Be on the lookout for ingredients on the allergen list that have been known to trigger your sensitive skin, and if you have had reactions to skincare products in the past, always perform a “patch test” by applying a small amount of product to the back side of your wrist and waiting 48 hours to see if a reaction occurs.

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The Holiday Beautini Cocktail

Make Your Skin Merry and Bright With This Fun Cocktail Recipe

Spice up your next holiday party with this fun festive drink that is also good for your skin!

Holiday Beautini Cocktail

  • 4 oz Red Wine – A good Cab is preferred
  • 2 oz Sparkling Water
  • 1 tsp Lemon Juice
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • Orange slice and cinnamon stick to garnish

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