Our skin, the largest organ of our body, not only shields us from the external environment but also serves as a remarkable reflection of our internal well-being. The connection between our mind, body, and skin is undeniable. When we prioritize holistic health, addressing the mind-body connection and nourishing our gut, our skin radiates with a natural glow. In this blog post, we'll explore the profound relationship between our skin and internal health, specifically focusing on the mind-body connection, the gut-skin connection, and providing tips for achieving holistic overall health that result in beautiful skin.
Do you struggle with dry or oily skin? We know the feeling, but don't worry, we've got you covered! Fernanda wants to share with you 3 tips and tricks for balancing your skin type
Lotion bars are becoming popular due to being environmental friendly, made with simple ingredients, and how they nourish skin so well. But did you know that are many other ways you can use our lotion bars?
This will probably sound cheesy… But honestly, I love what I do so much it’s like taking a vacation. Getting to mix essential oils with natural ingredients and create the most amazing products is so much fun! My favorite things about developing new products is thinking about how these products will bring joy to our customers by reminding them of a happy moment in their life.
One of the ingredients that does that for me is...
Want to know a secret? I’ve been obsessed with understanding the ingredients in the products I use since I was a little kid reading the back of shampoo bottles. I used to think the skin is a barrier to protect our bodies but truth is, our skin is actually a carrier!
Commercial soap isn't what it used to be. Even the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proclaim that "Today there are few true soaps in the market. Most body cleansers, both liquid and solid, are actually synthetic detergent products”.
It would be impossible to stay consistent with a skincare routine if we needed to spend more time adding steps to it, that’s why our secret recipe for a perfect skincare routine is in substituting what you already do, with more effective steps.
That’s right, you only need to change the “what”. No need to add more time to those daily routines or buy a plethora of new products.
From organic moisturizers to natural shampoos, the options are endless, but how much attention do we pay to our humble bar of soap? Over the counter soaps are just as guilty as other products when it comes to being more harmful than we think. Here, we reveal the many benefits of switching to all natural, handmade soap and why your body will thank you for it!
Whether you are an avid lover of beauty or just an everyday basic groomer, a lip balm is a must-have item, especially if you are prone to chap, dry lips. Winter and summer can be particularly brutal times of the year for most of our lips, and thus it’s always best to keep our pockets and purses stocked with positively conditioning lip treatments. Otherwise, you risk having peeling and even bleeding lips. There’s definitely nothing fun or sexy about that. However, not every lip balm out there delivers its promise to give you healthy, smooth, and kissable lips. If you’re still experiencing cracked or chapped lips despite trying out various lip treatments, it might be time to try an all-natural lip balm.
Do you feel overwhelmed by all of the ingredients the skin care industry uses? It is not uncommon for one skin care product to have over 20 different ingredients on the label that we cannot even pronounce. Unfortunately, many times these ingredients are chemicals that have us questioning their purpose on our skin. Skin care doesn’t have to be that complicated! Here are five powerhouse natural ingredients that you should be using on your skin, and why.
Here are some steps you can take if you struggle with dry skin.
We always hear that our skin is a barrier to protect our bodies, but that is not the truth. Our skin is actually a carrier! When our skin wrinkles after being immersed in the bathtub, it does so because it absorbed some of the water. The danger with this is that what our skin absorbs has greater cancer risk than what we eat.