Skincare

Beauty Tips

  • Putting Yourself First this Detox Season

    Detoxing in the beginning of the year is a common trend that we see on social media. However, do people understand the actual purpose of detoxing? Detoxing is the process of removing toxic substances or qualities. This could be food, habits or even people! Check out this new blog post to help guide you to a successful detox. View Post
  • Turmeric

    For hundreds of years, people around the world have linked turmeric to healing properties and cosmetic benefits. The bright, yellow-orange spice is related to ginger. It’s available as a ground spice or in supplements and other beauty and dermatological products. View Post
  • Showing Love to Shea

    Hey Shea, hey! You know our best girlfriend Shea; making your skin brighter, softer, and with less blemishes? If not, let me introduce you right now to your new bestie, Shea Butter! Shea butter is a fat extracted from the nut of the African Shea tree and acts as a moisturizer offering a host of benefits to your skin and even your hair. View Post
  • How to Avoid Oily Skin

    There’s a huge difference between oily skin and glowing skin. Oily skin is a big problem for many people. Not only do some consider it unsightly, but it can also increase your risk of getting pimples. View Post
  • Skin Healing Oils

    Essential oils can be used for many different types of skin conditions. Essential oils are the concentrated liquid that is extracted from herbs, flowers, fruits, seeds and a whole bunch of other plants and plant by-products. Each essential oil is unique, with its own aroma and use. So what are the best essential oils for healing skin? View Post
  • OMG Lashes- Naturally!!

    OMG! Isn’t it unfair how long, thick, and even curly men’s lashes seem to grow? What makes it worse is they couldn't care less, while we stress over every lash that exists on our little eyelids. The truth is, we put our lashes through a lot of stress through the use of makeup, lashes, and some beauty products.  View Post
  • Dull Skin vs. Dry Skin

    Dull skin is basically just that; skin that has lost its luminosity and brightness over a period of time. In some individuals however, dull skin exists from the moment of birth. Dull skin has an unhealthy look that can be attributed to a few factors. Lifestyle habits and your environment also have considerable effects on the health and state of your skin. 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