More and more leading ladies are revealing beautifying diets that keep them glowing (with the help of great makeup artists) when jet-lag and awards season exhaustion set in. The latest delicious beauty juice comes from Salma Hayek. Here’s the recipe:
By mid-summer, I have more basil than I can handle. I toss chopped basil in salads, I pair it with tomatoes and mozzarella, and I use it to make one of the most refreshing (beauty) drinks of the summer: basil lemonade.
Cacao is a major beauty food. Skip the low quality chocolates that are thinned out with oils, cheap sweeteners and dairy, and go for the real stuff: dark chocolate, organic or raw. Wei of Chocolate dark chocolates go a step further by introducing body-balancing flower essences into each divine piece…
In the beauty world, it’s not the imposing baobab tree that’s creating the biggest buzz- it’s the seeds of its fruit.
I was instantly intrigued when I heard about Kishr, a unique infusion of dried coffee cherry, saigon cinnamon, ginger and cardamom that has origins in Yemen and has been around for over 1,000 years. It has 10 times more available antioxidants than green tea!
I adore the warm spice of gingerbread, and this recipe from my new favorite book, The Way of the Happy Woman, is a gluten-free, dairy-free slice of heaven with an amazing array of beautifying spices.
This holiday season, I’ve been sipping a Lemon Ginger infusion that has tons of health benefits- from your skin to your digestive system.
This sweet mask smells like cherry pie (and kind of feels like pie filling), but its anti-inflammatory properties are the real charm. They leave skin smooth, calm and ready for a second helping.
The chili recipe I’m about to share is a masterclass in creating a vegetarian dish that balances savory and sweet- and has just enough warmth. And you’ll never believe the secret ingredient: dark chocolate.