Use this beard oil recipe to keep beards looking sharp.
Winter Skin Care Tips
Dry skin and hair are common problems when the weather gets colder. Many people produce less sebum (oil) to naturally lubricate their skin as the air gets cooler and drier. Other contributing factors include less vitamin D from sun exposure and irritation from cold wind in the face. Indoors, the air gets drier as the heat comes on, and a closed-up home can lead to mold and toxin exposure, both of which can contribute to skin problems.
Homemade Lip Plumper
Do it yourself lip plumpers can create attractive and alluring full lips.
Natural Ways to Promote Long and Healthy Eyelashes
Strengthen and lengthen stubby lashes with natural remedies.
The Benefits of Coconut Oil for the Skin
Coconut oil isn't just for the kitchen. Keep a tub of this handy oil in the bathroom, too. Soon, you'll find yourself using it for head-to-toe skin care.
Nighttime Body Butter for Fall
It is the time of year again for pumpkin and spice and everything nice--except for the dry, itchy skin that often accompanies dry, chilly air. Fall is a pretty time of year, but keeping skin moisturized with drying indoor heat can be tricky.
Homemade Fall-Inspired Lip Scrubs
Soften dry, chapped lips with homemade fall lip scrubs.
As the temperatures drop and the wind picks up, lips often become dry, chapped, and cracked. A homemade lip scrub is an easy way to keep delicate lip skin soft and healthy all season long.
Can Hair Dye Be Toxic?
It's estimated that up to 75 percent of women color their hair. Although hair dye is a common beauty practice, most people are unaware of the health risks associated with maintaining different hair colors.
Benefits of Facial Oils Versus Water
Use facial care oils instead of water for your skin care routine!
Benefits of Using Natural Shampoo
Except for the follicle, your hair is basically dead. So does it really matter if your shampoo contains chemicals and other toxins?
Skin Benefits of Turmeric
Turmeric is a spice with antibacterial properties that can be used to cleanse and nourish the skin. It contains a substance called curcumin that has antioxidant and antimicrobial benefits. For example, turmeric promotes wound healing by reducing inflammation and oxidation. Better healing can reduce scarring.
Kitchen Beauty Hacks
The kitchen is calling, and delicious ingredients are waiting, but this time, you're not making snacks or meals. Rather, by mixing together common kitchen ingredients, you can prepare all-natural beauty treatments. Not only is this a cost-effective approach to taking care of your skin and hair, but it also allows you to control every ingredient that goes into your beauty products.
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