Have you ever been to a hot spring or swam in a pure salt water pool? Notice how your skin probably looked amazing, like glowing and smooth for days after?
Ever wonder why all the big models of the 90s claimed to wash their hair with Evian? Or why Evian makes a face spray that's just their water too?
It's the mineral and chemical contents in water that make them hard or soft, and they each have different benefits or pitfalls for skin and health, which we'll be delving into further here....Read The Story
Guys, mandelic acid is AMAZING for the skin! Let's talk about what it does, why it's awesome, and why i recommend it for most adults who need aging and acne support at the same time.
Today kicks off National Eczema Week. Eczema comes in oh so many different forms and subcategories. From miniscule patches of dry skin you'll barely notice, to debilitating rashes, eczema show's up in so many different ways, and most people have experienced some form of eczema throughout their life. Let's take a closer look at what eczema really is and what we can do to help manage it.
In a recent study that compared data from the United States and Germany, 98% of the participants fell below the optimal range of Omega-3 in the body. Studies also show that generally people with active acne and or rosacea tend to be Omega-3 deficient as well.
YES!!! Yes it is and we love it!!! While mineral SPF comes with it's own set of issues, which we'll go over in a sec, we do love and prefer mineral SPF over chemical sunscreen filters for a few reasons.....
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Many people are familiar with the overall immune boosting benefits of Vitamin C, and some know it's good for the skin, but most don't understand how or why Vitamin C is so beneficial for the skin inside and out.
Vitamin C is a micro nutrient our body needs that it can only synthesize through outside sources (food, supplements and topical application). It's critical for the growth and repair of tissues in every part of the body, and forms an important protein used to make and repair skin, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels. It is also required for wound healing and the formation of scar tissue.