Have you seen the latest trend hitting your Instagram feed? Charcoal Lattes!
Move over Matcha and Turmeric lattes, charcoal is the new hipster latte of choice. But while Turmeric and Matcha have proven to have some serious health benefits, can we say the same about this newest trend? It may actually be doing you more harm than good! Read on to find out the skinny before you try it.
Did you know carrots can be a powerhouse ingredient in your skin care routine? Carrots are high in beta-carotene, a naturally occurring compound that provides the vegetable with its vibrant pigment. What can it do for our skin? What doesn’t it do!! No seriously, these little pigments are seriously helpful to our skin. Here are three reasons why:
Many of us take great care in choosing our makeup. We pick out brands that will benefit our skin and won’t clog our pores and will sacrifice great amounts of money to do so. Yet, we may be going through this process for nothing if we’re missing one very important step: cleaning our makeup brushes. Read on for a go to guide to the ins and outs of this skincare necessity.
Next to Coconut Oil, Shea Butter might be the most prominent ingredient mentioned in natural products we come across. We see it on ingredient lists, we pass it in the health food store. But what do we really know about it? To get the most out of this ingredient, lets take a deeper look into 5 benefits and properties of Shea Butter.
Anyone who’s been around the skincare field probably has heard the word “peptide.” It’s often thrown around as a beneficial ingredient for anti-aging, but what exactly is it? Let’s look at a brief review of what peptides are and if they can help us!
How many times in your life have you been told to drink more water? If you’re anything like me the number is incalculable. Most studies report that 75% of people in this country are chronically dehydrated. We clearly aren’t listening to the importance of water consumption. Lack of water causes daytime fatigue, difficulty in focusing and even short term memory loss. If that’s not enough to send you to the water fountain, consider this: Water composes 50 to 70% of the body’s composition. It helps to regulate digestion, remove toxins, and sustains cell health, all of which contribute to healthy glowing skin. It replenishes skin tissues and increases its elasticity. Elasticity means less signs of aging. Want to look younger? Drink more water!
Tree Sap might be the last thing we would think of adding into our skincare routine, but unsurprisingly Asia has been using this potent ingredient in their skincare for centuries. Sap is the lifeblood of the tree. It boasts high levels of antioxidants and is rich in amino acids and minerals. It hasn’t been oft used in the past because of the difficulty in stabilizing it in skincare solutions. However, advancements in the industry have made this ingredient easier to include and do to its molecular size, it’s easily absorbed into the skin, making it the perfect addition to your regimen.
In recent years we’ve been seeing the Goji Berry more and more. It’s in our teas, our smoothie bowls and even dried and packaged in our local trader joes. But is this little red berry something to incorporate into our regular routine? Read on and find out!
The spice is used as part of wedding ceremonies (as far of a dyed string like the western practice of marriage rings), to dye clothing, in religious practices, and most popularly for cooking. Yet one seldom known benefit of Turmeric is in our skincare. Here are five benefits of using Turmeric in your skincare
all is here! So begins the season of pumpkin flavored everything! But can this crazy autumn epidemic benefit our skin? Yes it can! Here are three reasons to jump on the pumpkin train: