Working out which are the best beauty products to invest in during your teenage years can be tricky: it's a time when many teens battle spots and skin is normally on the oilier side and understandably you want solutions, fast! Find out which products I think are worth investing in to keep things under control !
Do you struggle with your eye bags ? Well try adding these 3 foods into your diet to help reduce them.
It’s easy to be confused by health marketing these days. A label like ”all natural”, ”organic”, or ”low-fat” can make us feel we’re making the right choices and doing good by our bodies – which we all want to do! But unfortunately many food companies care more about making money than being honest about how their products really affect our health.
I’m a big believer that beauty comes from the inside out. It’s about how we look after ourselves, speak to ourselves (yes, that naughty chimp on our shoulder putting us down) and the food that we choose to feed ourselves. Regardless of what any cosmetics companies promise us, looking our best has much more to do with self-care and self-love vs quick fix potions. But that doesn’t mean that it can’t be fun or that there aren’t products out there that can enhance what’s already radiant.
Looks aren’t everything, but they can make a huge difference to how we feel. When we look good, we feel good. In fact, 93% of us say that when we feel confident in our appearance it boosts our self-esteem.
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…
With all eyes trained on you, ensure your skin is looking nothing less than radiant on the big day. The foundation to a flawless wedding look is perfectly glowing skin and the best way to achieve that is to start with what you are eating.
If your skin feels tight, rough and looks flaky, doesn’t it make sense to slather on an oil-rich moisturizer? Not necessarily. First, you need to determine whether your skin is truly dry or simply dehydrated.
What if I told you there’s a simple wellness trick that only takes five minutes a day, costs nothing, and helps cleanse your body, inside and out? Dry skin brushing has a number of health benefits and is so simple to do.