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!
If you could set the tone for your beauty in 2013 using a single word, what would it be?
Check out my brand new Beauty Is Wellness column on OrganicSpaMagazine.com! My new bi-monthly column is about the link between beauty, nutrition and lifestyle, based on my website and coaching practice.
Last night’s leftovers become this morning’s beauty food trifecta. If you love pumpkin pie, you must try this Fall Spice Smoothie!
For much-needed exfoliation as the cool weather arrives, try this mask, made in your kitchen with gently exfoliating enzyme and acids from raw honey, milk, papaya and pumpkin.
Post your beauty foods pictures on the Beauty Is Wellness Facebook page by 10/31/12. I’ll pick ONE entrant to receive a personal beauty and health coaching session valued at $250. For everyone else, there’s a major discount!
Here’s my recipe for Spicy Sundried Tomato Hummus, a snack that’s brimming with good plant-based sources of zinc: chickpeas and tahini. Dig in for healthy skin, hair and nails!
Acne can be caused by poor dietary choices, but there are other, more subtle factors behind persistent skin issues, including a zinc deficiency. Consider that the top sources of dietary zinc come from animal products and it’s not a shock that a vegetarian or vegan could be lacking in this essential beauty mineral.
There’s so much going on beyond New York, even beyond other big cities like LA, Chicago and DC, that deserves to be celebrated in the natural beauty space. Case in point: Sevani Botanica.
The new stevia, digestive boosters and gluten free madness were highlights of the 2012 Natural Products Expo East in Baltimore. Check out my favorite trends to watch…and a few to avoid.