Michelle and I have been friends for more than 14 years, spending many a lunch hour and Saturday afternoon at the local makeup counter evaluating the potential of the latest skincare. Drawn by the promises to soothe, treat, tighten, brighten, glow, and well make us our morning coffee, if we believed everything promised with the launch of a new product. More often than not, I bought the marketing hype, leaving happily with my pastel bag of dreams in hand. When Michelle developed her own skincare line and asked me for feedback, I was more than willing. As the first and...
If your Holidays are anything like mine, it’s a marathon of celebrations and self-indulgence, amid epic hustle and bustle. Terrific for the soul, however all that merry-making takes heavy a toll on your skin. Whether traveling or staying close to home for the holidays, there are a few skincare tips that will help you to “slay” throughout the season.
Hacking plants for protection from biological and environmental stressors is an ancient concept, deeply rooted in Herbal, Traditional Chinese, and Ayurvedic Medicines. First appearing in 1947, adaptogens are experiencing a renaissance in today’s skincare and wellness community.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin essential for the synthesis/maintenance of collagen. The human body is incapable of synthesizing or storing Vitamin C, relying instead on dietary and/or supplemental replenishment.
Like a great many other things, Mom was so right about broccoli. Even if you never outgrew your hatred of cruciferous greens, there are plenty reasons to try Broccoli Seed Oil for your skin.