Skincare

skin health

  • 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
  • Game of Zones – What Your Facial Acne is Telling You

    Did you know that you can identify health problems by location of acne on various “zones”. These zones relate to the corresponding internal organs of our body. As face mapping can tell us what our facial pimples mean, Acne body mapping tells us the same by locating acne on different body parts. After knowing the internal imbalances in your system, you can work on the reason and avoid or treat acne.  View Post
  • Safely using Salicylic Acid

    I’m sure you’ve heard of salicylic acid, and I’m sure you’re probably aware that it can be used on your skin. But did you know that it is used as the primary ingredient in aspirin? The chemical gets its name from the Latin term for willow trees, salix, because it was first made from a complex carbohydrate found in willow bark. View Post
  • Why Your Skin Won’t Glow (And What to Do About It)


    Of all the skin-care rules to follow, moisturizing is seriously something you must not do without. After all, hydrated skin is happy skin. But what happens when your skin continues to feel dry and dehydrated, even after you use creams and other hydrating skin-care products? 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
  • Is V-Steaming for You?

    Vaginal steaming involves exposing the vagina to steam to cleanse it and enhance its health. Vaginal steaming, sometimes shortened to V-steaming, and also known as yoni steaming, is an alternative health treatment. View Post
  • Lymphatic Drainage

    What is Lymphatic Drainage? Lymphatic drainage is a therapeutic massage treatment. The massage uses very light pressure and long, gentle, rhythmic strokes to increase the flow of lymph and reduce toxins in your body. View Post
  • How to Maintain Your Skin While in College

    Going off to college means uprooting your entire schedule -- new friends, junk food, parties, and of course late-night studying sessions. No “borrowing” mom’s sugar scrubs or facial creams anymore.  And if you are a second, or third year student, sometimes, amid classes, studying, homework, meetings and maintaining a social life, college students forget to maintain their health, especially their skin care. So, if you are not careful, the healthy skin you came in with will quickly change.

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