I have created a wonderful cleanser that not only is non-toxic but works when you need to clean tables and countertops. The lemon essential oil in this recipe smells wonderful and fresh as it cleans and brightens, it also de-greases!
Eating foods good for skin health and will replenish your skin’s nutrients and moisture will keep that youthful glow to your skin for years to come.
Cell phones and tablets emit blue light, a High Energy Visible (HEV) light, that can damage elasticity, collagen, and hyaluronic acid in the skin. In essence, facing your phone is aging your face. Blue light damage can be doing more to your skin than you think!
Ditch the toxic skincare products and pay attention to what you put into your body and discover the foods that improve skin health!
Let’s hear it for weird, healthy skincare practices! I hope you’ll try all of these to improve the look and feel of your skin. It won’t just look better, but it will also be healthier, which is even more important.
Have you checked the label on your toothpaste lately? Sure, they advertise that it will fight germs for up to 12 hours, helping to fight plaque and tartar and prevent gingivitis. But the ingredients may be more harmful than you think.
See which of these seven works for you, and simply make it your must-do in your everyday schedule. Only then you will see a remarkable difference in your face. And moisturizing is very essential. Very.
Our skin is our largest organ and absorbs 60% of what we put on it. There are over 80,000 different ingredients found in skin care products, including carcinogens, pesticides, reproductive toxins and hormone disruptors.
I have a bedtime face wash routine that I love! I even bring all of my stuff with me when I travel!
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