Having healthy and glowing skin is everyone’s dream. But not everyone has good skin. In fact, many of us struggle with dry, oily, acne-prone, sensitive, or aging skin. This might be because of our genes or the kind of environment we live in. Diet, lifestyle habits, and stress level also impact your skin. Whether you’re 20 or 50, it’s essential to take care of your skin to look its best no matter your age. All too often, we adopt a skin care routine in our 20s that we enjoy and seems to work well, and then forget about it for decades. But our skin changes over time, and what kept your skin healthy and fresh in the past may not be the best thing for your skin now.Read More
We’re in the heat of summer and wearing shorts and pretty little dresses. We need to take care of our legs year round, but especially right now. I’m sure you have a skin care routine for your face, but your legs need care too. Whether you are in a restaurant or on the beach, you deserve to feel as if your legs are stealing the show, from cheap laser hair removal to short skirts to show it off.
The sky is blue and the sun is hot. Yesterday the temperature here in central Florida was a high of 94 degrees F. It is hot baby. It looks gorgeous but the heat and humidity is exhausting to me. They are forecasting another scorching summer, and with a June this hot, I believe it.Read More
This is a natural, easy, recipe to exfoliate your body. If you are avoiding chemicals and want to save money, this simple DIY beauty treatment is for you. I like using organic olive oil but coconut, avocado, jojoba, almond, or grapeseed oils also work well. The added honey and oatmeal will nourish your skin while the sugar will exfoliate it. Use once a week on your body. Rinse well after use, and pat dry.
As cold weather arrives and our wardrobes change, we need to remember the effect of cold on our bodies. Snowflakes, winter sports…cold weather can be fun, but it takes a toll on your skin‚ though‚ especially your feet. When your feet feel cold, it means the skin’s blood supply to the top layers of the skin have been reduced to preserve heat. It’s not just your lips that get chapped. Also tights and chunky socks pushed into your shoes can torture your toes. Today let’s review a few precautions to care for your feet this coming season.
You as an individual define what is pretty and what is ugly. Sometimes we have a slip in confidence and are not pleased with our appearance. Beauty always has a way of boosting confidence and self-esteem. It is important to note that confidence is not necessarily about looking a certain way; a person can have a terrible hair day and still feel confident. However, taking a minute to put a little bit of work into your appearance can go a long way to boost your confidence. Do you find yourself feeling down or insecure about yourself or appearance? Are you looking for quick, easy, cost-effective ways to look great? Then this is for you. I personally used to wear my favorite outfit that I knew looked good whenever I had a bad day a head of me. Let’s look at some other little actions that can lift your spirits and your confidence.
Summer is a time for outdoor adventures for the whole family. Suntans are often viewed as a sign of beauty and vitality. In reality, though, that coppery tan represents damage to the genetic matter in the cells of your skin. Over time, the damage can lead to skin cancer. I am fair and have always been at the mercy of the summer sun. I can’t count how many times I was burned as a child. There were no sun blocks back then just sun tan lotion which prevented nothing. If you are very fair, you can get burned after just 15 minutes of exposure to midday sunshine. Read More
The majority of hair products commercially available, even among those advertised as all-natural, contain synthetic detergents, fragrances, petrochemicals, and known allergens. These ingredients can be harsh for the scalp and hair. Let’s talk about gentle, safe products that clean and condition your hair. Read More