Winter is well-known for wreaking havoc on our skin. The cold and the wind dry and chap our faces, causing flakiness, dullness, redness, irritation, and more. Here are some tips to ensure that the transition from fall to winter is easy on your skin.
Keeping your skin hydrated and healthy during the fall will have it primed and ready once winter is over and spring rolls around again.
If you’re currently attempting to enhance your aesthetic appeal in order to improve your self-esteem, it’s important to note that acupuncture can help.
Spa treatments are a great help in the summer when humidity and the rays of the sun attack your skin.
No one wants to deal with acne, especially all over their body. Sadly, body acne is a common occurance in over 65% of individuals in the United States today.
Honey, which is a natural humectant, so it has the ability to attract and retain moisture, making it the perfect addition to your beauty regimen.
Self-tanning is a nice way to get a warm glow, but, to do it right, requires a little time and preparation.
While the rays of the sun are not as powerful as they are during the summer months, prolonged exposure will nonetheless harm unprotected skin.
Valentine’s Day may bring to mind images of delicious sweets, decadent dinners and romantic nights spent on the town, but before you get dressed up to meet your sweetheart, take the time to pamper yourself!
Most of us aren’t as slim, fit, and toned as we would like to be. Even is you’re hitting the gym 7 days a week, it can still be a little unnerving when you start to go swimsuit shopping.
We all know there out there: those beauty myths we all wish were true. In reality, most beauty myths are a scam to get us to spend more money on products and regimens we don’t need.