With a greater emphasis on bettering the environment, many of us are making a conscious effort on waste reduction. Brands are beginning to answer the public demand, working towards a circular economy. Did you know that many of our favourite brands now offer respective eco-schemes?
If you’re at all tuned into to celebrity wellness culture, you’ve probably heard about this new anti-aging exercise called “face yoga.” Face yoga works by targeting specific muscles in the face to tone and strengthen, therefore keeping the skin on top plump and firm. Recently, it’s been made popular by a number of A-listers like Meghan Markle, Madonna, and Jennifer Aniston! Face yoga is a much healthier alternative to traditional anti-aging methods like Botox or facelifts, and best of all it’s totally free. If you’re ready to try some face yoga on your own, take a look at the guide below from Rory.
Healthy, strong, protected and beautiful nails are something most ladies strive for. Until recent years, we didn’t have much choice regarding the cosmetic and nail care products we use, but that has changed completely nowadays. We’re not condemned to using products that are tested on animals and that are made from animals as many companies have switched to vegan and cruelty-free practices.
Coconut oil has many, many uses. It’s great for cooking healthy foods and can be used as a natural moisturizer. However, did you know it’s also the base for many different beauty products?
From lip balm to hair treatment, coconut oil added to a few other ingredients can make for a healthy, natural alternative to chemical-laden beauty products. For example, did you know you can make an anti-aging facial cream from coconut oil and a few drops of essential oil?
Not only can face masks alleviate skin problems, but they can also double as a stress reliever during a long, hard week. While a trip to the spa is a nice treat, too many facial appointments can leave your wallet empty and your skin longing for more. For a quick, healthy, and cost-effective mask, go the DIY route by turning to ingredients you already have in your pantry and refrigerator.
The benefit of making your own mask is that you can control what goes in the mixing bowl and learn what works best for your skin. Masks are most beneficial when you use active ingredients that target specific skin needs.