I believe that when we take care of our bodies, we are repaid with a better quality of life. That’s why it is crucial to use and consume products that are natural, organic, and wholesome…. [read more]
There are some ingredients and scents that irritate certain people’s nostrils–and, when involved in skincare products or lotions, those pungent or sickly-sweet scents can often get all the more overpowering. Meet Tree Hut’s Moroccan Rose Collection–one of the only skincare collections that I’ve ever found to smell both subtle and (no exaggeration) delicious!
Transparency is the new trend; throughout modern society, people are endeavoring to learn more about what they’re eating, what they’re wearing (did you know that, according to a recent mindbodygreen article, one fast-fashion T-shirt “uses 700 gallons of water” to be made?!), and where their trash is going (check out The Story of Stuff for more on that subject). The beauty world is also following this trend by heading down the vegan and cruelty-free road. While “vegan” does not necessarily mean perfect, its “cruelty-free” partner is usually the tagline that actually sells me on a product.
Summer is certainly some people’s favorite season; after all, it has parties, sunlight, poolside lounging–what’s not to love? However, regrettably–and somewhat ironically–the summer is also a time when your hair and skin can take a bit of a beating. Here are four products that I’ve reviewed, just for you, to help keep those summer woes at bay!
We use a ton of styling products in the house and none of them are designed with a child in mine. That was until I found out about SoCozy Product line that is a Salon Formula for kids. For SoCozy, it is all about the Mousse Month of March and Josiah loves it too!
For years, I have only ever thought that I had dandruff and my skin was just dry. That’s I why I had some dry patches that come and go, never staying for too long. Now, it is time to help heal your psoriasis with BioSkin. BioSkin is a British skincare brand that is a natural solution for Psoriasis, Eczema, and Acne.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of MitoQ. The pictures and opinions are all mine.
As a vegetarian, I am very selective with the supplements I take. When I was asked to review MitoQ antioxidant skincare serum and supplement, I was intrigued! I quickly emailed the contact person and asked if the supplements were vegetarian and/or vegan friendly. Thankfully the supplement is in fact vegan friendly.
I love challenges! It is a great way to set goals for myself and work hard to reach them! I am so thrilled to participate in the Hair, Skin and Nails challenge!