Of all the enzyme exfoliants out there, the simplest, most effective mask is one ingredient only: raw honey.
This month, I babied my skin with The Honest Co., and found a natural and organic home and personal care line that’s fantastic for big families.
Two hallmarks of ‘expensive’ beauty: 1) quality and 2) understated elegance. These happen to be the same two characteristics that struck me about a chic new natural skin care line: Kari Gran.
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 prickly pear is skyrocketing in popularity as a natural beauty ingredient! Here’s what you need to know about eating this sweet fruit as a beauty food, and getting the benefits of its prized seed oil in your natural beauty routine.
When I’m using heavy physical sunblocks I use a gentle enzyme exfoliant a few times a week (especially the day after I’ve applied a lot of sunblock) to keep skin smooth and clear. This month, I love these two rosehip masks from Ilike!
I really put CV Skinlabs Restorative Skin Balm to the test— and it healed a nasty burn. Now I’m giving away two of these first aid essential balms to Beauty Is Wellness readers!
Check out my five favorite beauty items for spring: A few for the inside, a few for the outside!
The most striking aspect of the bearberry plant may be its bright red berries (a favorite of bears, hence the name), but the most powerful beauty benefits of bearberry are found in its leaves, which are prized for their skin-brightening abilities.
In the beauty world, it’s not the imposing baobab tree that’s creating the biggest buzz- it’s the seeds of its fruit.