Most people have the idea that having clear and healthy skin costs a fortune. But, this is a misleading concept used for marketing skin care products and treatments. You may use the most expensive skin care products money can buy, but these can’t guarantee a blemish-free and clear complexion. Why? Because skincare does not start […]
The act of washing one’s face is one of the fundamental steps that a person can take in the realm of skincare, such that its place as the cornerstone of a skincare regimen is hardly arguable. This is a basic act, one that does not require too much effort or time to be expended in […]
While feminists and critics sneer at beauty for being only “skin deep”, the continuous growth of the cosmetics industry proves that an increasing number of people are really taking effort, time, and money to invest on various beauty regimen and skincare. Nowadays, women are not the only ones who get conscious of their looks, but […]
Taking care of your skin is more than just using our great skin care products. It also involves a few practical steps you can take to help your skin from the inside out. Here is a list of our favorite cosmetic and non-cosmetic skin care tips that we all should be doing. 1. Beauty Sleep […]
The plastic microbeads used inside exfoliants, face wash, toothpaste, deodorant and more have now been banned by the U.S. gov’t. Manufacturing plastic at such a tiny scale and then disseminating them by the tens of thousands into nearly every American home turned out to be a really, really bad idea. Our wastewater treatment plants are not designed […]
Yeah, sunburns happen! Maybe you forgot to reapply sunscreen at the beach or you stayed longer than you’d planned. Whatever happened, the result is the same: You’ve got a hot, painful, red, itchy burn, and you need relief. So how do you get relief from your sunburn? To help replenish and repair sunburnt skin, follow our simple sunburn remedies.
This summer keep your skin cool and hydrated! Receive a free Arctic Aloe Chilling Mist with any purchase in June.
Perhaps it’s about time that the fruit got some recognition. If you thought the pomegranate is relatively new, think again. The fruit is believed to have originated in the Middle East and introduced to Egypt in 1600 BC.