A more recent addition to the list of super foods for your skin is an Asian spice called Turmeric. It’s a bright yellow spice used in many curries, and is chock full of anti-inflammatory and immunity-boosting properties. But how does it help your skin? Check out our top tips for using turmeric to give you healthy, glowing skin.
Who doesn’t love fall? Crisp air, warm sweaters, and of course, all those delicious fall foods! What we don’t love is what all those cool breezes can do to your skin. Drier, cooler air can have a terrible impact on your skin, and your makeup can only do so much.
There’s nothing wrong with a little indulgence every now and then. But sugar, especially refined sugar, like what you find in candies, cookies, and delicious baked goods, is as bad for your skin as it is for your waistline. To keep a healthy glow in your skin, you’ll want to stick to healthy natural sugars, like fruits, maple syrups, and honey, and away from carbs, and refined sugars.
We’ve compiled a simple list of the most vegan-friendly cities to check out this year. Spring break and summer is just around the corner, and veganism is growing. Read on to find out exactly where to go for your next road trip. It's sure to be an amazing plant-based adventure!
Whenever you hear the word ‘antioxidants’, the saying ‘you are what you eat’ should pop into your mind. These unique nutrients are found in many foods – some of which you might not expect! Incorporating them into your daily or weekly diet can definitely leave you smiling a little longer when you look at yourself in the bathroom mirror!
From remedying sleep issues to detoxifying our body, tea has been utilized as an herbal cure for people looking for an alternative to modern medicine. One of the little-known properties of tea, however, is the effect that tea has on our skin. Teas can help to exfoliate, refresh, and hydrate our skin, all from within.
While some indulge in fashion trends, fitness trends, or beauty trends, food trends are also one of the most searched (not to mention, delicious) trends to follow! If you're wondering what kind of food fads are in store for the coming year, keep reading- we have some intriguing food trends to dish on (pun intended).
Thanksgiving is a time a for celebration with family and friends, and also a time to enjoy food with those that you love. While all of the traditional Thanksgiving foods are enjoyable to eat, some can offer benefits to your skin as well. Check out these healthy harvest foods that are not only great for your skin but vegan too!