Body Cleansers & Treatments
Using bath oils can be a calming haven by reviving the body as well as a divine method of cleansing your body. Adding oils to a bath will boost the oil’s capability of acting as a therapeutic agent and provide you with aromatherapy benefits..
During the summer, your skin was probably a lot moister than usual.
Now that the weather is starting to warm up, you’ll probably be sweating more than you were in the past few months.
Are you suffering from mid-winter crocodile skin?
It feels great to take a nice, hot shower when you’re cold in the winter, but you’ve probably heard how long, hot showers can dry out your skin.
If hitting the gym more often is on your to-do list for the new year, good for you.
Staying clean is a full-time job, but if you scrub too hard with a super-harsh body wash, you might find that skin is dry, flaky and itchy.
There’s nothing overly indulgent about letting yourself slip into a fragrant, scented bath from time to time, especially if those 10-15 minutes you have in the shower every day are among your only chances to really relax all day.
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.
Next time you duck into the shower, reconsider your routine – there are so many more natural alternatives to the highly processed products weighing down your shower rack, and beyond that, they’re less damaging to the environment.
Yep, you heard us right – there’s apparently a way to create the illusion of fuller breasts using just a bit of bronzer and shadow.
Between products that are designed especially for your face and skincare treatments made for the body, it’s easy to forget your neck and decollete region. This, in fact, may be one of the biggest beauty mistakes women can make, according to Allure.com.