Skincare

Skincare 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
  • The Proper Routine for the Essential Kit

    What’s the best way to put together a proper skin care routine? First, knowing what products work together, how they benefit your skin, and the order in which to use them is incredibly important when developing a skincare routine for optimal results.  View Post
  • Nighttime Winter Skincare

    It’s not officially winter (Saturday, December 21st), however it’s time to make some adjustments to combat the effects of this cold weather we’re having off and on. Let’s see what winter nighttime skincare practices are important to save you from dry, dull and itchy skin during the cold elements of winter.  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
  • Kalahari Oil – Moisture Superstar

     Kalahari melon seed oil is a light, yellow-colored oil that is extracted from Kalahari melons, and is joining the ranks of argan, coconut and cacay oil.  This lightweight oil does not clog the pores or hair follicles. In addition, this oil is moisturizing from its fatty acids and provides color and pigment protection.

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  • 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
  • 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