Skincare 101 Part 4 – Skincare with Masks, Oils, & Shaving Products
Masks Aren’t Just For a Pandemic! Using a facial mask (for skin care, not just health care!) on a regular basis will keep your skin soft, smooth, and oh-so-lovely. Use masks as advanced skincare to supplement your skincare routine. Quite simply, masks are fabulous for your face. Because masks provide an extra boost to keep […]
Skincare101 Part 2 – Balancing Skincare Basics
Let’s Face It 101 Part 2 – Balancing Skincare Basics Most of us need a little balance in our lives. And some of us need a lot of balancing! Our faces are one area, though, where we can apply a little outside help to our skincare practice to quickly achieve the smooth, calm, and radiant […]
Skincare 101 Part 1 – Pampering Mature Skin
Whether we’re smiling, laughing, crying or puzzling, our faces deserve the best skin care regime we can follow. Nurturing our faces also lifts our mind and spirit along the way.
How To Make Basic Lotion From Scratch
Do you want to learn how to make your own lotion? Making lotions can be challenging, but this basic lotion recipe makes it a fun and easy project. A basic lotion can be easily customized with essential oils and skin care additives. Once you have your own lotion base, feel free to tweak and add […]
5 Reasons You Need a Professional Facial
We all want to look our best and looking our best starts with a clear and glowing complexion. We buy skincare products to help our skin look its absolute best, we wear sunscreen to avoid sun damage, and do what we can at home to take good care of our skin. While these are all […]
Skincare 101 Part 3 – Clarifying Skincare for Oily Skin
Let’s Face It 101 Part 3 – Clarifying Skincare for Oily Skin Caring for oily skin doesn’t have to be confusing or complicated. Webster defines the word “clarify” as to be made clear or illuminated. Who doesn’t want to be in the world with clear purpose and an illuminated mind? Our skin wants to be […]
Pampering Winter Skin
The cool weather of fall and winter can be rough on your skin. Even though around the country the climates vary, the problems our skin experiences are similar. In the fall and winter your skin deals with a lot of harsh environments, strong winds, cold air, indoor heaters, rain, snow, sleet and an overall lack of a good healthy dose of sunlight.
These seasons cause dry skin that can become chapped and cracked. But have no fear the cures to your skin’s ailments are simple. Your skin’s goals when it is cold out should be to moisturize, exfoliate and moisturize again. Keep moisture in mind with all the choices you make in your skin care regime. Your skin functions differently in the cooler months so you need to change your routines.