Isn’t washing your face every day a detox program for your skin? Well, yes – but it’s not everything. Removing make-up and residue from the surface of skin is an important step in helping allow skin to naturally detox through your pores and prevent blemishes. Just as in a body detox, ingredients that clear the path and support your skin’s natural cleansing mechanisms – by physically removing debris from the surface and boosting circulation to stimulate removal of waste from tissues and cell regeneration – are worth incorporating into your everyday routines.
Cancer-related Villain Ingredients can be found in thousands of cosmetic products – from high-end to low. Be on the lookout for these hazardous health-disruptors in make-up removing wipes, self-tanners, body lotions, face and body washes, mascara, cosmetics, nail products, shampoos and conditioners, hair styling products, sunscreens and even products made for our kids.
Serums have taken over the skincare world, and for good reason. Often oil-based infusions packed with natural active anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatories and hydration boosting ingredients, serums are grand departure from the oil stripping AHA’s and oil-free products of the 80’s and 90’s. Here are 5 facts to boost your serum savvy.
With summer here, keeping skin healthy, radiant and well protected from the aging effects of sun exposure calls for a little extra care. Spa owner, Gunilla Eisenberg, shares these all-natural beauty tips for keeping your glow on.
It took me a long time to embrace this, but I wholeheartedly believe what others have known for some time now…Less really IS More. Most of my life was spent wanting more; believing that more is more, and that more is better. This seemed true in many areas of my life, particularly with skin care products.