I had a chance to try some outer skin nourishment this month, with the USDA certified organic beauty brand Nourish, and I found at least one product that I’ll be buying again and again: a fab organic deodorant.
It’s quite simple to whip up skin-friendly soups at home with whatever combo or beans, grains and vegetables you have in the fridge. I love the illustrated graphic recipe on how to make a simple soup at home, courtesy of Whole Foods.
Just in time for Halloween, a post about beautiful bones! It’s not the spooky decorations that have me thinking about my skeletal system, it’s something a lot less fun: a bone density scan.
I don’t like to dwell on my period, but there’s a few very good reasons to look more closely at feminine care products. Skip the exposure to bleach, fragrance and pesticides in your mos sensitive of spots and try these affordable, natural alternatives.
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.
When it’s time to regain control of your skin, I recommend these two do-it-yourself masks. Use them whenever your skin is unruly. And for a fantastic store-bought mask, check out the end of the post.
The USDA may not have control over personal care products, but Whole Foods is stepping in to make sure that consumers are getting what they think- no greenwashing allowed.