Applying skin and hair products rich in vitamin C will defend your skin from sun damage and environmental stress, will kill bacteria growing on skin which will help to minimize acne, and will help skin grow with enhanced strength and flexibility. Vitamin C does so much for us, and in this case, supplements and diet aren't the answer - topical products are! Read More
Need to reboot your skin? Try these simple, science-backed skin care tips for maintaining a youthful, healthy-looking complexion. Read More
Did you know that sleep can have a BIG impact on how your skin looks!? In both quantity and quality, sleep matters to our skin. Read this to learn how to get the sleep you need for glowing skin. Read More
Studies show that our bodies stop producing collagen as we age. That leaves many beauty buffs wondering how to naturally boost collagen to keep (or regain) supple and flexible skin. Rather than using supplements, we recommend dietary sources of collagen for rebuilding collagen naturally. Read this to find out which foods to eat to boost your collagen production!
Acne can leave behind scars and patches of hyperpigmentation that can linger for months – even years.But don’t fret! There are some treatments that actually work to fade scars and eventually get rid of the traces of acne. We’re breaking down everything there is to know about fading acne scars and hyperpigmentation fast so you’ll be on your way to a smoother, brighter, more even complexion in no time!
Apples are rich in Vitamin A, B complex, and vitamin C and are loaded with antioxidants. They are known to boost immunity, aid in digestion, detoxify your liver, help with weight loss, increase the endurance of your body, whiten teeth, help with detoxification of the body, improve blood circulation, and yes... improve the appearance and health of the skin! Read this to find out everything you need to know about apple extract! Read More
Dark circles under the eye go far beyond just looking tired. They can be hereditary, but more often, they're an indicator of rising stress levels, poor nutrition, and/or exhaustion. But don't fret, targeting under eye circles is possible with these six tips! Read More
Melanin is a protein that gives color to our hair, eyes, and skin. The amount of melanin in our skin is influenced mostly by sun exposure, but it’s also influenced by genetics. Read this to get a better understanding of melanin and how to regulate melanin production. Read More
For thousands of years, aloe vera skin benefits have made the lily of the desert a coveted and valuable plant for healing and protecting skin -- learn why.
Spirulina algae has been used as a healing superfood for centuries now, and with its high nutritional value, there is no doubt it will continue to be popular as blue-green algae is a powerful source of vitamins and minerals to benefit every part of the human body – including the skin! Read More
Collagen is a wrinkle-preventing protein that keeps skin supple and strong. Our collagen levels naturally start to deplete around the age of 20 (!). As a result, skin becomes thinner and more fragile. And so begins the quest to replace it! Read this to discover everything you need to know about collagen, its many benefits, and how to boost your collagen supply naturally!
If you’ve noticed dark patches on your cheeks, forehead, or upper lip, melasma may be the culprit. Melasma is a common skin problem that causes a patchy darkening of facial skin. Read this article to find out what causes melasma and to explore natural treatment options for "the mask of pregnancy."