Are you celebrating Thanksgiving by yourself this year? Don’t wonder what to do because these fun activities will make your holiday!
Tagged: Skin Care
Natural sea salt spray may help reduce acne and promote a clearer complexion and skin texture. Learn how it keeps your skin healthy.
Lemon and peppermint antibacterial hand scrub is both practical and beneficial, leaving your skin refreshed and silky smooth.
One half-cup serving of honeydew mint smoothie contains about a quarter of your daily recommended intake of Vitamin C, making honeydew an excellent resource for your skin’s health!
Want to learn how to make your own baby lotion? This recipe is safe for even the youngest child with the most sensitive skin.
You only need three ingredients to make your own non-toxic hand soap! It’s moisturizing, easy to make, and smells like freshly cut lemons.
The skin is the body’s largest organ and the skin barrier protects it from free radicals. Here’s how to protect it from external damage.
A whipped moisturizer that is very easy to make. Only requiring two ingredients, dandelion and coconut oil, this will make your skin happy.
This moisturizing Manuka honey body butter consists of four all-natural ingredients that work to hydrate and protect the skin.
Learn how to make a simple, all-natural sugar scrub that can improve the appearance of cellulite and enhance overall complexion.
Soothing ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, and aloe vera are great for eczema relief because they reduce itchiness and inflammation.
Don’t stop using sunscreen, but you may want to consider the type of sunscreen you use so that chemicals don’t enter the bloodstream.
Summer is out and the sun is shining, which is a recipe for sunburns. Care for you skin after sun exposure with this DIY after sun lotion.
Learn what a jade roller is, how it benefits the skin, and how to use it to reduce fine lines and benefit the appearance of your skin.
What’s that horrid smell? Oh, it’s your pits! Correct that stench by detoxing your armpits with this DIY odor removing underarm scrub.
Here are 5 great tips to follow if you don’t want to overdo it this 4th of July weekend. Enjoy the weekend without compromising your health.
Take an oatmeal bath, use a cold compress, and experiment with apple cider vinegar or these other home remedies for poison ivy.
Enjoy a close, smooth shave with this homemade shaving butter that’s made from six all-natural ingredients that nourish the skin.
It’s never too late to start wearing sunscreen. Sunscreen can also repair sun-damaged skin!
While there is no safe way to tan, it’s recommended not to use tanning oil.