Category: Natural Ingredients
No matter where you live, winter conditions take a toll on your skin. Whether you’re battling frosty winds and chapped lips, or coping with low humidity levels, winter is rough on the skin. Head into spring and pamper your skin—a routine that includes cleansing and exfoliation. A natural skincare regimen wouldn’t be complete without a plan for coping with increased humidity levels and sun exposure. Your springtime skincare routine includes more than just your face – make sure your feet and legs are ready for skirts and sandals after months of boots and leggings.
Activated charcoal seems to be among the latest “rediscovered” beauty trend hitting the shelves, boasting an impressive cure-all laundry list from clearing acne to eliminating bad breath to whitening teeth. Read on to learn why it's time you incorporate it into your beauty routine!
While you may pay attention to the foods you consume and the calories they contain, how closely do you really read the nutrition labels? Estimates show that many Americans are not consuming certain key nutrients in their diets, nutrients that have significant health benefits. Among these key nutrients that are missing from many American’s diets are medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs).
If you are constantly looking for a moisturizing shampoo that can tame your dry, frizzy hair, you should try a shea butter shampoo. Shea butter, for decades, has been used as a natural conditioner. It is known for its ability to be transformed into a healing salve and is known for its amazing moisturizing properties when it is used in shampoos. Whether you want to condition your dry hair or to encourage new hair growth, shea butter can improve the health of your hair.