It’s no secret that the eyebrows define your face, seriously. Find out expert tips and tricks to making yours grow in thicker faster to get the model-worthy look you desire.
It can be really expensive to keep up with all of the latest beauty trends. Makeup is incredibly costly and even treatments like facial masks and creams can break the bank. It can be very tempting to buy off-brands. It can be even more tempting to find name brands online at a discount cost.
Biotin is a coenzyme and a B vitamin. It is also known as vitamin H. As a supplement, biotin is sometimes used for diabetes, brittle nails, and other conditions. Why do people take biotin? Biotin plays a key role in the body. It supports the health of the skin, nerves, digestive tract, metabolism, and cells. […]
Taken from the seeds of the Simmondsia chinensis plant common to the American Southwest, Northwest Mexico and parts of California, jojoba oil (pronounced ho-ho-ba) is a remarkably beneficial oil. Though long viewed as a reliable folk remedy for issues like bruises and skin sores, today, many know that it is one of the most amazing […]
Ask skincare professionals if a vitamin C serum might actually help you look years younger, and the most common response will be a resounding yes. Why? Ideal for men and women of any skin type or age, a high quality vitamin C serum is going to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines thanks to its high amounts of natural antioxidants, but such a formula may do much more than that! In this article, we are going to look at the reasons everyone can benefit from a vitamin C serum, and explore the ideal formula to use.
You may think of apricots as those delightful mid to late summer fruits packed with color and sweetness. However, the apricot variety known as Prunus armeniaa is one that packs even more than a lovely color and taste. A native of Asia, the fruits it produces feature kernels that are some of the most nutrient dense imaginable, and it is from this that the finest apricot kernel oil is made.
Every autumn, millions of people carve Halloween pumpkins or empty out enormous “sugar” pumpkins in order to make pies, stews and other seasonal dishes. Many toss out the seeds and pulp without realizing that they are throwing away an amazingly nutrient dense food. What food is that? The pumpkin seeds!
Though we look to almonds as a source of protein, an ideal snack, and even a nut used to make a dairy alternative, it is more than a food source. In fact, sweet almond oil made from the trees native to areas of the Middle East and Asia is considered a health and wellness powerhouse. This is because of the nutrient density of the almonds and how most of those nutrients transfer into the oil. It might surprise you to learn that sweet almond oil is used to heal those with cardiovascular disease, dangerously high levels of cholesterol and chronically dry and painful skin. Yet, it is also a very popular treatment used on the hair and the scalp.