Taking care of one of the largest detoxification organs on our bodies, our skin, is just as important as the care we show the delicate skin on our face. Overall my philosophy about make-up and what we put on our bodies is parellel to my food philosophy, the simpler and more natural the better.
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Ever wondered what the buzz is about all natural skin care? Well look no further! People using all natural skin care remedies has been around for ages.
The vegan diet has increased in popularity recently and is fairly easy to follow these days, but what about those products in your makeup bag? A'listers such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Natalie Portman have all touted the benefits of glowing skin and hair that come with the vegan lifestyle. However a plant-based diet is fairly easy to stick to, but really living the vegan lifestyle can be a little trickier. Especially when it comes to fabulous vegan cosmetics that live up to their non-vegan counterparts.
You probably already know all the ways that chlorophyll is basically magic. I mean, plant blood that allows herbage to soak up the sun and transform it into food? Heck yeah, that sounds like something Professor Sprout would teach in Harry Potter.
Going cruelty-free might be obvious for ethical reasons, but do you know what dirty little secrets hide behind animal cruelty? I’ve pinpointed some of the best, less-obvious reasons to ditch your cruel cosmetics and make room for animal-friendly alternatives!
Having sensational skin at every age is something we all yearn for, but accomplishing this can be challenging. With all the pollutants in our environment, the harmful rays of the sun, and stress just to name a few, it seems impossible to have great skin way past our 20’s. But no worries…I’m going to share with you some tips that will help fight aging and keep your skin glowing at any age. Read on to learn how!
The ”oil-free” movement has long been popular, especially for those of us scared of getting a breakout. Oils have long been feared as a comedogenic, pore-clogging enemy. But with Pinterest and DIY recipes on the rise, more and more people are talking about their love of oils – could it be that these liquids are simply misunderstood? I say YES! Here’s why…
Added sugar is in everything. It is the most popular ingredient added to foods in the UK. It’s in your breads, yoghurts, ketchup, barbecue sauce, cereals, deli meats, even your salad dressings.