Next time you sprinkle that herb in your salad, take a closer look at its green, natural glory. A little known fact about dill is that it actually contains the power to put elasticity back into aging skin.
Most ladies in the midst of their morning routines have plenty of things on their minds, and we’re willing to bet that mosquitoes are probably last on that long list. But what you don’t know about your beauty routine could be the reason you’re covered in more bug bites than you wish.
Not all beauty solutions are necessarily designed to have permanent, lasting effects, but that doesn’t mean you should rule them out entirely. In fact, reconsidering a temporary solution may give you just the tool you need to look great for a special night or occasion.
Where beauty is concerned, it’s easy to treat the face and the body as entirely separate matters. The problem with this approach is that the middle ground often gets neglected, leaving the necks and decolletage of many women lacking in moisture, sun protection and care.
Think back to your favorite beach moments. What were you most likely to reach for at the time? A heavy, goopy cream? Chances are, it’s much more pleasant to have a spray-on solution instead, no matter what your beauty need.
There are few beauty bummers worse than razor burn in the summer – especially when it decides to flare up just before that nice beach vacation you had planned for weeks. Fortunately, there are definite steps you can take to make sure this little issue has no place in any of your future summer plans.
Beauty mogul Tom Ford has been making the headlines as of late – reason being he’s got a full line of makeup and beauty products that’s soon to hit the shelves.
Among the many other countless reasons ladies everywhere are loving the change of seasons, we’re here to highlight all of the reasons why you look beautiful in the summertime – and what you can do to bring out your best during this season of warm, breezy nights and balmy afternoons.
Everyone knows that warm weather equals shorts weather, and whether you’re the kind of girl who shaves every day or once a month, you’re probably keen on getting the smoothest, sexiest pair of legs around to better flaunt those summer outfits.
Exfoliating is good for you – no contest there. But how we do it is another matter altogether. There are so many products you can buy to help slough away dead skin cells, and they’re all good for a number of reasons. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get some of the same results by merely mixing a few kitchen ingredients together.
If you’re locked down with a shaving routine, chances are you’ve found a system that works with your schedule and is gentle on your skin – not all women can handle shaving with the same frequency, that is. But even if you think your regimen is working for you, there’s a chance you could save it for a better time.
When most of us think of oils, there’s no real desirable aesthetic that comes to mind – at least when it comes to our skin. Traditionally, skin is supposed to be dewy yet matte, and for those of us with over-active oil glands, there’s a whole gamut of products designed to help keep the shine at bay.