A FEW FOODS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE EATING Yes, what you eat and drink can keep your exterior in excellent condition. There are foods to keep skin hydrated and soft and foods that protect skin cells from damage (i.e. wrinkles). And there are even foods that might hurt our skin. However, they may not beContinue Reading
A LOT OF PEOPLE THINK THAT EATING CHOCOLATES CAN CAUSE ACNE. HOWEVER, THERE HASN’T BEEN A SCIENTIFIC FINDING THAT CONFIRMS THAT CHOCOLATES CAN MAKE YOU BREAK OUT, SO EAT UP! DARK CHOCOLATES HAVE ANTIOXIDANTS THAT WILL HELP PROTECT YOUR SKIN. EAT A SMALL PIECE AND YOU WILL FEEL ALL SORTS OF HAPPY TOO!
5 Skin-Friendly Meal Ideas That Are Easy to Make! Are you tired of meals being an overpriced, nutritional train wreck? Do you groan and drag your feet every time you think about packing lunch? Here’s some motivation: It’s simply better and cheaper for you. When you make your own meal, you can use fresh ingredients,Continue Reading
Healthy Self means to heal thy self We all need some healing in order to be healthy.
Good Skin Care for Diabetics One third of people with diabetes at some time in their lives experienced having a skin disorder, this is according to the American Diabetes Association. The good news is most of these skin disorders can be treated and prevented. Here’s a list of things you can do to prevent skinContinue Reading
CLEAN HANDS- What you may not know Do you blame your make up brush or internal imbalance for your breakouts? Well, maybe your own hands are the culprit! Our hands are carrying around billions of bacteria at any given time which inevitably gets transferred onto our faces. Never put on makeup, use skincare products, orContinue Reading
Skin Care Basics Cleanse, nourish, protect — those are the three skin care basics that will keep skin looking, feeling, and functioning great. 1. Cleanse: the most basic step to getting clear skin is having clean skin. Breakouts are more likely to happen when there’s dirt and oil that clog the pores. MakeContinue Reading
For Healthier Skin, you need… Vitamin A to help heal sun damage and cellulite. Vitamin D which reduces spots and growth. Vitamin E which protects skin from sun damage and ageing. Vitamin C which boosts collagen production.
Face mapping is a great tool to understanding your acne. Where your acne is concentrated tells a lot about your overall health. Looking at this face map will help you better understand your body and what you can do to have a more balanced health while getting rid of your breakouts at the same.Continue Reading