Even if you live in a moderate climate like Southern California, where you won’t have to deal with several feet of snow, the temperature change canstill be harmful. So, we’ve made many differentbotanical haircareproducts that can help your hair to look its best in the winter as well as any other season.
In the world of natural beauty, there’s a seemingly endless array of skincare ingredients. But some rise up – the cream of the crop – as skincare superstars. They may even serve double (or triple) duty. Many make their way into skincare products, and some you can use straight out of your kitchen. Did your favorite make the list? Check out our top XX skincare ingredient picks.
Summer comes along and all of a sudden, your “whatever” approach to shaving your legs all of a sudden becomes meticulously focused. You aim for such precision that you nickname yourself “the surgeon.” But no matter how detailed you are, you still end up with nicks, razor burn, and worse, “the patch” that seems to miss the razor Every. Single. Time. If this sounds familiar, you may need to revisit your shaving game. We’ve got the tips your mom may have forgot to tell you all those years ago.
Skin loves vitamin C. Not only does this crucial nutrient provide a collagen-building boost (no animal products necessary like with the popular collagen supplements and skincare products), but it also helps to speed the healing and reduce the appearance of sun-damaged skin, making this DIY vitamin C skin peel a summer skincare must.
Is there any food more sacred, more beloved than chocolate? Of course not, right? In a word, chocolate is special. But not just because its creamy deliciousness tastes so good; chocolate has a host of health benefits. And this will make your day even better: chocolate has a ton of beauty benefits for your skin and hair, too. Really.
Flowers are essential to summer and none more beloved than the sacred rose. Its calming yet uplifting scent is more than just olfactory amusement; rose possesses serious health and beauty benefits you’re not going to want to live without.
The sun is an equal opportunity scorcher. It does what it does and it’s up to you to protect your body – including your hair – lest you pay the price: dry, brittle, damaged hair. And if your hair is already a victim of abuse (frequent coloring, flat or curling irons, etc), it’s especially at risk of sun damage.