Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons

Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons

Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons Written by Lily Li, founder and CEO of Hygea The body is a temple, as the saying goes. This has become more true than ever as we tentatively emerge from the last few covid restrictions and get on with living life.  According to a global database of plants, the persimmon was native to China and northeast…

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Your Scalp Is Skin Too

Your Scalp Is Skin Too

Don’t Neglect Your Scalp When It Comes To Taking Care Of Your Skin Written by Lynn Power Skincare is having a “moment”. There are loads of new products on the market – many with targeted treatment areas (eyes, hands, even vagina), targeted demographics (menopause, teen, women of colour, men, etc) or specific benefits (hydrating, wrinkle-reducing, acne, spot correcting). And most…

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How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks

How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks

Maskne How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks Written by Kristy Iervasi You may think I just made up the word maskne, and as much as I would love to take credit for it, I cannot, as it’s actually a medical term according to Loma Linda University Health. According to Potts, D (2020) maskne is an actual skin condition brought on…

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Shiny Skin, Is It Good Or Bad?

Shiny Skin, Is It Good Or Bad?

When it comes to our beauty regimes, our face is what we pay attention to the most. But we all have different skin and different needs to keep our face happy and healthy. Sometimes, even with a thorough skincare regime, our skin can be left with a shiny coating, which can be a nuisance. So, do you wash your face…

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The New Thing In Self-Care & Wellbeing

Provided by Carvansons Perfume has long been associated with self-care. The practice of using aromas to enhance mood and improve health and wellbeing dates back to 3500 years BC when aromatics were used for religious rituals and medicine. But the term “aromatherapy” only came into use many years later in 1935, when French chemist Rene-Maurice Gattefosse claimed that he had…

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Top 3 Tips On Buying Fragrance

Top 3 Tips On Buying Fragrance For Valentine’s Day

Love at First Smell Top 3 Tips On Buying Fragrance Article provided by Carvansons We’ve all heard about love at first sight, but is love at first smell a thing? and how important is scent and smell when we talk about love and relationships? Vicki Last from international fragrance manufacturer Carvansons explores the relationship between scent and our strongest emotion,…

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12 Travel Must-Haves

12 Travel Must-Haves for the Ultimate Self-Care

Don’t Sacrifice Self-Care When You’re Travelling 12 Travel Must-Haves Written by Lynn Power Even though travel continues to be challenging with Covid surging everywhere it seems, many of us are optimistic that we’ll still be able to get out there in 2022 (including me – I have 3 trips planned, fingers crossed!). But it’s time to think about our travel…

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Simple Ways To Detox Your Beauty Routine

Clean up, simplify and embrace a more sustainable beauty routine Simple Ways To Detox Your Beauty Routine Written by Lynn Power With so many parts of our lives feeling a bit out of control these days, we’re all about wrestling some control back in places where we can. Of course, some things are easier than others. One way you can…

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Embracing Simplicity in Beauty

Embracing Simplicity In Beauty

Simplify Your Life By Simplifying Your Beauty Routine Written by Lynn Power Beauty has become really really complicated. Women spend almost $4000 a year on beauty products. And back in 2015, the average number of beauty products a woman owned was 40. We can only speculate that with launches of products like the Face Gym Electrical Muscle Stimulation Mask and…

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I want a beautiful smile

I Want A Beautiful Smile

Written by Dr Jeffrey M Kestenberg MDSc LDS FRACDS , Dentist I’m a leader every day. That might seem a bit weird to say but as a parent, I’m a role model for my children, for my family and as an employer for my staff.  By default, I’m in a similar position with my patients. Subconsciously, I set an example…

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Collagen… Connecting

Collagen… Connecting Beauty To Health

Collagen… Connecting Beauty To Health Written by Connie Rogers Great skin has a lot to do with our diet. This includes what we eat, the general well-being of our digestive system, and the amount of stress we allow in a day. If metabolism is sluggish, premature ageing isn’t far behind. Some symptoms of Metabolic Disturbances are loss of collagen; increased…

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