Just as what we put on our skin affects what goes on in our bodies, so what we eat has a huge impact on the health of our skin. Every cell of our body is continually renewing itself. It does so from the materials we provide for it, and if we don’t provide enough of the necessary vitamins and nutrients in the food we consume, the body will take it from it's own stores causing imbalances and deficiencies.Read More
Face and body scrubs are some of the easiest skincare products you can make yourself, they are so much fun to create, and save you a lot of money in the long term.
Regular exfoliation removes dead skin cells which build up on the surface of the skin, cleans away oil, dirt and impurities, unblocks pores, detoxifies, stimulates circulation and clears the complexion. It also stimulates circulation, improving the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the skin and aiding detoxification. It will also nourish the skin through the many nutrients and vitamins found in the chosen ingredients.Read More
I used to wear nail polish almost every day in my 20's, until I started learning about what was in it and what it could be doing to my body.
Nail polish used to contain some pretty toxic chemicals such as Formaldehyde which is a preservative and potential carcinogen , Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP) which is used to make plastics flexible and is a reproductive and developmental toxin, and Toluene which is petroleum derived and highly toxic.Read More
There have been many claims that antiperspirants cause you to sweat more when you are not wearing them, to compensate for the inability to sweat during the times that you are. Many people, myself included, have found that when you stop using antiperspirants, after an initial detox period, you actually sweat less and any strong odour decreases as well.Read More