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  • Vegan and Vegetarian Wonders for Winter Skin

    Is your skin dry, scaly, and peeling? When the cold, brisk air hits your face does it almost hurt because its so dry? You may not be able to relate to the air being so cold that it hurts if you’re in warmer climates, but we can all relate that the beauty of winter also brings the horridness of sensitive and dry skin.  View Post
  • Clean Your Makeup Brushes- Save Your Skin

    Food for thought...when you put your makeup brush to your face, what is on it, what are you putting on your face? Dry skin? Bacteria? Dead skin cells? Dirt and oil? Oh and of course...makeup. It may not be something you think about often, but trust me...it's all there. View Post
  • Setting Your Makeup for a Glowing Finish

    Setting spray is what you use to preserve your makeup for longer periods of time. It is best used once finished applying your makeup to give it that smooth finish and prevent transfer or smudging.  View Post
  • Hypopigmentation

    Hypopigmentation is not what people commonly hear or even experience when it comes to skin tone. We all have experienced dark spots and darkening of our skin whether due to genetics or acne. But what is much less common but still extremely important to discuss is the rare experience of hypopigmented skin.  View Post
  • Bentonite Clay, Kaolin Clay

    CLAY-though? Yes, that’s right...clay, Bentonite Clay, and Kaolin Clay to be specific. Believe it or not certain types of clay are extremely absorbent and extremely rich in nutrients. View Post
  • Papaya Seed Oil

    Papaya is the best bet when it comes to skin care. Its vitamin C has antioxidants that keep skin fresh and hair noticeably softer. Papaya oil is extracted from the sweet, tasty and delicious papaya fruit seeds (also known as paw paw) and it is rich in nourishing omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids.  View Post
  • What's Up Honey (Raw)

    Honey is the sweet, sticky substance that bees produce and store in hives. Honey are not all the same and depending on the methods used to process them after extraction, each type of honey has its own peculiar properties and benefits to health and skin. Raw honey benefits for skin are many, and certainly more than can be offered by other types of honey. View Post
  • Moringa – The Miracle Tree

    Moringa, the Tree of Life, also known as The Miracle Tree. What many do not know is that it is a food source. Most, if not all, of the tree, is edible and nutritious. But what else makes this tree so special? And what are some of its best benefits when it comes to healthy skin? Continue reading and we will spill all the details.  View Post