The amount of sebum the body produces directly correlates with how oily the skin is. (Sebum and oil, however, are not the same thing!) No clue what sebum actually is or how to maintain optimal sebum production? Read this to find out!
Squalane is odorless, colorless and even looks more like a gel than an oil, but just because you can’t see it, smell it, or feel a greasy touch doesn’t mean squalane doesn’t pack a powerful moisturizing punch!
Revered since antiquity for its powerful healing and hydrating benefits, rose water is a (super)natural ingredient that is used as the base of many powerhouse beauty products. Today, rose water has a number of dermatologist-approved health benefits and surprising new uses that can elevate your beauty routine and everyday life in general.
We know that apples are great in our daily diets, but what can apples do for us topically? Apple extract is rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, and phytonutrients that will leave your skin looking more firm and youthful.
What are the most popular essential oils and how were they first discovered to have beneficial properties for our health? Learn about the Top 4 oils and how to use them safely to solve health issues or just to lift your mood when you need it!