For many of us, the cold winter brings more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. It can also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. As soon as you turn the heat on indoors, the skin starts to dry out. It doesn’t matter if you heat your home using oil, wood, or electricity. The skin gets dry. Try these 3 methods to help your skin through winter.Continue reading →
Many of us go through an eternal battle finding a good face wash – you won’t believe this silky, gentle cleanser created with oatmeal! It leaves the skin soft and clean. Even better, it costs very little :). This soothing facial cleansing powder features restorative and purifying ingredients like oats, chamomile, and bentonite clay. Here is a very helpful DIY that will leave your skin thankful and happy 🙂 If you are strapped for time, don’t forget to check out UltraLuxe’s Washes that are on special this week. These will change your life and they are all ready to go for you <3Continue reading →
Fall is finally here, and even though we can’t wait to start wearing our cute jackets and scarves, this time of the year can be really rough for our skin. Dry skin is a very common problem, especially as we age. The qualities of youthful skin are that it is well-hydrated, supple, firm and wrinkle-free skin. It is also free from fine lines, age spots and a dull tired tone. The weather can take a toll on our body – give this Shea Butter face cream a try for that beautiful dewy and hydrated skin 🙂Continue reading →
Dry skin is a very common problem, especially as we age. Our fresh, youthful skin gets damaged, and it can turn into a dry, dull, flaky complexion. You might think it is impossible to prevent aging, but a few DIY recipes can give your skin that much-needed boost. Healthy fats and oils will add needed moisture and make your skin more supple. Here is one of our fave DIY recipes for dry and dull skin. Your skin will definitely thank you!…. And don’t forget to check out our Aromasol Mists – perfect toners to pair your cold cream with!Continue reading →
Tomorrow is the 4th of July, Independence Day. While we all (more or less) know the history of the American Revolution, one might wonder how American women of the time took care of their skin.
Summer has officially started, and while warm weather is a nice change for those living in the more temperate climes, the increased intensity of sunlight can cause damage to the skin in the form of sunburn in the short-term and loss of smoothness and elasticity, as well as hyperpigmentation, in the long term. Whether you are enjoying the beach, trekking through the outdoors, or simply lounging by the pool, you need to protect your skin from UV radiation.
Fall is officially here and it’s one of my favorite seasons in the year! I not only look forward to cozying up in sweaters and boots, but also to the delicious seasonal foods with which we celebrate the holidays. However, I do try to use a little willpower by allowing my skin to fill up on some of those tasty foods too! My favorite fall picks – Pomegranate, apples, carrots and ofcourse pumpkin! These foods are just as nutritious for your skin and as they are delicious: