Roses through the centuries
While its popularity as a beauty ingredient has been revived in recent years, The Queen of Flowers has been treasured for its characteristics since ancient times. Used to soften, tone, and repair skin, the rose’s antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties make it a favored ingredient for many beauty companies (ours included)!
My beauty sleep is a necessity. I need it. There is very little in this life that’s more important to me than sleep, and I would sacrifice most things for a tight 8 hours.
Asia has long been renowned as the land of amazing beauty products and youthful skin, despite often harsh climates.
One aspect of life that can be challenging to embrace is the aging process, which changes how our body and skin looks and feels. While aging is a natural part of changes in our skin, the environment, hormonal changes, our genetic makeup, diet and other factors can also have an impact on aging skin.
I’ve learned some things along the way that I wish I had known before becoming a mom that I would love to impart to other women who will one day become moms, women who are currently pregnant or young mothers looking for encouragement.
When I first entered the working world, I couldn’t seem to “find the time” to do anything for myself.
What one ingests can directly affect how your skin looks and feels. By actively adding certain botanicals and ingredients into your diet, you may be able to see visible results from what you eat.
As you begin swapping your bulkier winter clothes for beachy getups, keep in mind that your skincare routine can also benefit from a few small tweaks.
How many times have you switched up your skincare routine this year? Probably more than you’d like to admit.