Beauty Blog

  • How to Prep Skin to Play in the Snow

    The calendar has barely turned to November, but in much of the country, it already feels like winter, with snow, dry air and freezing temperatures leaving surroundings cracked and bleak. But our skin often a casualty of similar forces doesn't have to end up the same way. So, when winter comes around, there’s no denying that our skin suffers. View Post
  • The Need for More Black Beautypreneurs

    Today there are multiple beauty trends and services from eyelash and hair extension, to MUA’s, massage thearapist, and not to mention natural and organic beauty skincare. So, what are the best kept secrets of the black beautypreners on the rise, and why is there more of a need for them?

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  • Travel Skincare Routines

    When you decide to go on vacation, it’s is all about ditching your regular routine. But doing that doesn’t mean you should forget to take care of your skin. Learn how you can pack the necessary skincare for travel and still enjoy your next trip!

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  • Switching to Natural Deodorant, but Does it Really Work?

    You may have had an unpleasant experience using natural deodorant, only to discover that it did not work as well as the anti-perspirant you were used to, and this can curb your enthusiasm for the natural option and lead you back the chemical filled deodorants. You’ve got to learn how to use natural deodorant in order for it to be effective.  View Post
  • Which Bath Products You Should Never Actually Bathe With (Due to Vaginal Irritation)

    That’s an issue when it comes to looking after your vagina, because the vagina’s delicate pH balance really doesn’t respond well to anything perfumed. Regardless of how good it smells and how pretty it looks, anything heavily perfumed is likely to disrupt your vagina’s self-cleaning processes. View Post
  • Skin Cell Renewal/Regeneration

    Some parts of our bodies can repair themselves quite well after injury, but others don’t repair at all. The skin, which is the largest organ in the body, is an outer covering of dead cells and four epidermal layers. According to WebMD your skin replaces itself approximately once every 28 days. The process of skin renewal also occurs through exfoliation. View Post
  • Why the Sun is Beneficial for Our Skin

    How often do you hear how bad the sun is for your skin? Although it is strongly suggested to avoid over exposure of direct sunlight to your skin, there are some great benefits from having the proper exposure from sunlight.  Let's discuss what exactly are those benefits. How Good is the Sun Rea... View Post
  • The Dry Skin Bible

    The healing power of dry skin. What is it? What skincare regimen can you live by that will not forsake you, nor lead you astray? Dry Skin Facts What is Dry skin? Dry skin is a very common skin condition characterized by a lack of the appropriate amount of water in the most superficial layer of th... View Post