Check out my picks for the best ways for you to get adventurous with beauty foods this year, over at Sophie Uliano’s The New Gorgeous!
Show me an August garden and I’ll show you an abundance of foods to make your skin radiant.
My Spicy Horseradish Dressing is the perfect topping for spicy greens like arugula and mustard. It’s packed with protein and horseradish, a beauty veggie (in spite of its ugliness) that boosts your outer glow and decreases water retention.
You might call it the great debate: is cellulite in our genes, or is it a product of our lifestyle? One thing is certain, women (and men) of all sizes have it- and nobody wants it!
Enter to win an herbal tea that nourishes healthy skin, a French press, and a package or organic face cloths from De La Terre Skincare and Beauty Is Wellness!
When you fail to take full, relaxing breaths, your body’s stress levels rise, making you breathe even shallower, causing you more stress…it’s an ugly cycle. And I mean that quite literally. Chronic stress takes a major toll on your looks.
Looking for a new way to use fresh, beautifying asparagus? This risotto recipe isn’t labor-intensive, but the results look professional! Best of all, your skin will thank you for the amazing dose of beauty nutrients.
Because we all know how hard it is to let go of old synthetic perfumes, this month there’s a little something extra in it for you, thanks to Tsi-La. We’re calling it the Perfume Amnesty. You were in the process of spring cleaning anyway, right? Time to toss out the old and get ready to win new natural scents from Tsi-L Organics.
Here’s some inspiration for your spring beauty detox: skin worthy of a beauty queen! Check out former Miss USA Shandi Finnessey’s five favorite beauty foods…
If your skin and your taste buds have been looking for a little extra something of late, you’ve gotta get gomasio. Sprinkle a few teaspoons of dry gomasio over salad, grains, cooked vegetables, popcorn, etc. (you’ll have a hard time finding meals that it doesn’t go well with) and you’ve got a boost of iron, calcium, amino acids and protein, as well as a much more nutritious way to lightly salt your food.