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  • How to Use Double Cleansers to Remove Makeup

    What exactly is double cleansing? Double cleansing is a Korean beauty, or K-beauty, skin care trend that’s taking over the beauty scene. The regimen is just what you may think, cleansing twice in your skin care routine. Skin-care routines can be serious rituals, but they are oh so necessary in your skincare regimen. The concept is to first use a no-rinse cleanser, like a cleansing oil, which is to remove any surface makeup, dirt, impurities or excess oils.  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
  • 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
  • What To Eat for Younger Looking Skin

    We've all heard the saying "you are what you eat." It's true, consistently eating healthy can really help you get and keep the radiant look you're seeking. Antioxidants, like beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium, and B vitamins, function as bodyguards to your skin cells, helping protect them from damage.  View Post
  • Sugar is Your Skin’s Best Friend

    When you hear the word sugar, you may often think weight gain, unhealthy diet, run run run.  But as for your skin, there are many benefits of sugar. Sugar is known for its startling effects on ageing skin. Sugar scrubs are one of the most natural products to exfoliate the skin.  View Post
  • Moisture vs. Hydration

    Hydrating and moisturizing for your skin are different, and here’s why. Scientifically, moisturizer is an umbrella term for moisturizer types. While there’s no gold standard for what defines a hydrator and a moisturizer, for the most part, brands use these terms to differentiate how your skin gets the moisture it needs. View Post