Skincare

SkinTips

  • Toner: Oily Skin's Best Friend

    Go best friend, that's my best friend! Go best friend, that's my best friend….! Ok, ok we'll stop. But you know when something gets you so excited you just wanna sing about it? Twerk in your mirror a little? That is what toner is for oily skin. That best friend that hypes you up and makes you look and feel your best!  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
  • Dehydrated Skin

    Let's be clear, dehydrated skin means that your skin is lacking water. It can be dry and itchy and perhaps dull looking, too. Your overall tone and complexion may appear uneven, and fine lines - more noticeable. While dehydrated skin can be a nuisance, it’s relatively easy to treat with the right... View Post
  • Exfoliation: Dry Skin Removal

    The tip to beautiful skin is exfoliating. Exfoliation is an important process of the skin care regime and one that is often overlooked in the rush of the day. Skin care requires a good amount of time, and it is only those to give their skin this kind of time who can flaunt smooth, soft, glowing skin. View Post
  • Summer Skincare Tips

    Skin is the most sensitive and the largest organ of our body. Our skin protects our body from all possible external hazards as well as the sunlight. So, it is very important to take care of our skin all season round. Note - Excessive heat and warmth of the sun in summer can cause severe damage to the skin. 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
  • Dry Brushing

    Dry brushing is a way to stimulate and detoxify your skin. This is because it provides a gentle internal massage. View Post
  • DIY Foot Soak

    As women, it is notoriously well-known that we stay on our feet. From full-time mothers and high-achieving professionals, we spend a lot of time each day on our feet. Over time we accumulate blisters, sores, cuts and swollen feet and by the end of the day many of us will know the familiar feeling of aching feet that signify a day well spent.

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