Beauty is more than what you put on the outside, it’s about taking care of yourself from the inside out as well. That means feeding your body with nourishing foods and supplements that will keep you healthy, happy and conveniently, glowing!
Now, if you don’t already do it drinking hot water with freshly squeezed lemon is a great way to start your day. Not only does it rev your engine and refresh you in a way that your daily cup of joe cannot, but it reduces inflammation, flushes toxins and keeps your skin blemish free too. Not too shabby for a cup of warm citrus water, eh!
If you really want to kick it up a notch, then try our brand spanking new beauty boosting beverage recipe. [Keep Reading]
*Guest Post by Victoria*
Some people see their scars as proof they endured excruciating pain or accomplished an extraordinary feat. However, scars can also bring back painful memories or cause our self-esteem to diminish. There are variety of creams and lotions available that claim to diminish scars or make them vanish completely.
While it may be tempting to try them out, they are often loaded with chemicals, and they aren’t guaranteed to yield the results you hope for. Rather than spending a fortune on these options following breast reconstruction, you would be surprised that you likely have everything you need to apply a more natural remedy in your home right now.
Here are 7 home remedies for minimizing scars after breast surgery naturally…and they are certainly worth trying for any kind of scarring! [Keep Reading]
Want to make your own anti aging cream? Yep. Well good news – It’s possible and very doable.
DIY is becoming a popular option for many people due to the obvious benefits you can get from it, like knowing the exact ingredients that are used and being assured that the right process was done in order to achieve perfect results, as it was of course you who made it!
The best part of DIY that everybody loves is the savings that you can get from it. Using DIY products is definitely way cheaper than using store-bought items found in stores….and who doesn’t love some solid savings? [Keep Reading]
Each year there are approximately 3.5 million cases of skin cancer.
That’s a scary little statistic!
We all know the importance of applying sunscreen, yet we still fail to do so. Perhaps we aren’t sure which is best suited for our skin, believe our SPF facial moisturizer will do the trick or employ pure negligence.
Whatever the reason, it’s time to take responsibility for our skin and ultimately, our health. [Keep Reading]
Summer’s great and all, but there is one thing that comes with summer that I could totally live without; bugs!
As a child, my family always went camping for two weeks in the summer and we took it pretty seriously. Picture tents, sleeping bags, freshly caught fish cooked over a fire and outhouses.
The Taylor’s did not believe in Glam-ping, oh no! There were no air mattresses under our sleeping bags and I’m fairly certain the closest I came to showering during these two weeks was splish-splashing in the nearby river or lake. [Keep Reading]
Cold winds, dry climates and constantly running in and out of heated buildings and snow covered cities can seriously do some damage to your skin. Frizzy hair and chapped lips typically come to mind when Winter starts approaching, so you might be shocked to know that inclement Winter weather is also responsible for…wait for it…cracked feet!
Yes ma’am; dry, cracked, sandpaper-like feet can occur even when sock-sporting weather is upon us. Moisturizing your tootsies on a regular basis may sound like a simple and quick task, but since you rarely see the skin in the socks it’s easy to forget about.
Lucky for you, I am here to bring your feet to the forefront, teach you how to get rid of cracked feet, and shame you for all that neglect. [Keep Reading]
We really are in the thick of it, aren’t we ladies? From blustery weather to mid-Autumn Hurricane Sandy, earlier-than-usual snow to small bursts of sunshine that put a pep in our step, Autumn is here and she ain’t leaving anytime soon.
Usually I hate all things cold-related (unless it is a cold drink on a warm day) but lately I seem to be appreciating the Autumn colours, the cute boots I get to wear, and of course the Pumpkin-spiced lattes! [Keep Reading]