There are literally thousands of facial cleansers on the market. No wonder it’s impossible to find the best one for your skin type and skin issue. Many people try a cleanser that has worked best for their friend, sister, brother, friend of a friend, etc. Recommendations can be great but not always. Why? The truth is a cleanser that works well for one person doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to work well for another person. Each of us is different. We all have different makeups of hormones and genetics in addition to having different skin types, different lifestyles, different environments that we live in… the list goes on and on
Pregnancy can cause hormonal changes in the body. If you don’t typically have reoccurring acne, you might find those embarrassing red and white spots popping up on your face and body to be quite a nuisance when you’re pregnant. When you’re expecting, it is recommended to not use skincare or cosmetics that contain chemicals which can be absorbed through the skin and potentially harm you or your baby. That doesn’t mean you have to be stuck with all those blemishes though. Try some of these tips for clearer, healthier skin during pregnancy to help get your pregnancy glow back!
If you want to improve the overall look and feel of your skin, give yourself a homemade facial. In less than 30 minutes, a facial can nourish your skin, improve its texture and lessen the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and acne. If you don’t have the time, energy or extra cash to visit your local salon, it’s possible to create amazing homemade facial for any skin type with inexpensive products available at your local craft store, grocery store and pharmacy
Pure coconut milk is simply amazing for the skin. If you have sensitive or dry skin, consider this one of the best moisture drinks you can offer your skin. Allowing the face mask to sit on your skin for up to 15 minutes allows the pores to soak up all the moisture from the milk to hydrate the skin at its deepest levels
Water is pure, natural, and clean. Our bodies need water to survive yet most of us are dehydrated more than we are hydrated. Being dehydrated can cause headaches, fatigue, and poor skin. It’s time to give up sugary and caffeinated drinks once and for all and opt for water instead. If you need some flavor, add some lemon or lime slices to it, or make a large pitch of water and add some of your favorite berries to naturally sweeten the water. Continue reading how water benefits your precious skin…
It is becoming so common now to hear of someone going gluten-free with their diet and to see hundreds of gluten-free products in the grocery store on a single trip. Some people think those who are going gluten-free are just trying to be trendy but this is not the case for the majority of people. Think about it – Who would willingly give up warm savory breads and pastries, pasta, most salad dressings, even soy sauce and miso soup, without truly knowing they feel better without these foods?