- February 1st, 2013
You can feel it coming on: cracking, flaking, blotchiness. Yes, it’s winter, and with all the fun festivities that come with it, ‘tis the season that can wreak the most havoc on your largest organ.How to keep your skin supple and soft through this blustery seasonBy Stacey Lindsay
- October 26th, 2012
Rookie parents, be warned. Your newborn baby’s skin is bound to erupt in some sort of rash during his or her first year—but don’t worry, because most of it is completely benign, says Johns Hopkins Children’s Center dermatologist (and mom) Kate Puttgen, MD.Learn how to identify and treat your newborn’s skin ailmentsBy Cara Lucas
- October 1st, 2012
Beauty comes from the inside out—in more ways than one.
Sure, genetics are involved, but you’ve got a very large role to play to decide which genes get expressed and which ones lay dormant!Tips for natural beauty and skin careBy Lauren Deville, ND
- September 1st, 2012
Having a baby is a wonderful experience, despite the sleep loss and never-ending chores. But it can be hard to fit in self-care. You grab quick meals, don’t have time to exercise, can’t fit into your clothes, and have to-do lists that are three feet long. How do we regain control of our bodies and our lives after childbirth?Look and feel your best afterward!By Donna Parker, LAc
- August 1st, 2012
Years ago, sick of my dull brown hair and inspired by Kate Winslet’s auburn locks in Titanic, I decided to try some henna. Alas, the effect was more Little Orphan Annie than glamorous movie star, and I was crying before I’d even rinsed it out—which is how I ended up dyeing my hair blonde.Treat Your Hair RightBy Sierra Senyak
- June 1st, 2012
On warm summer days spent outside at the beach, by the pool, on the court, or in the garden, it’s all too easy to forget to reapply (or even apply) sunscreen. While the resulting damage can’t be reversed, it is possible to lessen the aftereffects of too much sun in order to take the ache away.Heal sunburn and damaged skin the natural way.By Brooke Holmgren
- April 1st, 2012
Sea buckthorn is a plant with many legends attached to it and although it seems like a mystical berry, its healing properties are grounded in the scientific world. Sea Buckthorn’s genus name, Hippophae, means “shining horse,” adding credit to some far-fetched fables that accompany the plant’s history.Ancient medicine for your current ailments.By Cara Lucas
- March 8th, 2012
Detox seems to have a plethora of meanings. For some, it signifies eating only organic foods or eliminating sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. For others, colon cleansing and liquid-only fasts are part of the regimen. Still, others detox by adding regular meditation or yoga to their schedules. Others still use packaged detox products.Combined with dietary changes, exercise, and proper hydration a detox can be like “spring cleaning” for your body.
- March 1st, 2012
Stomach pains, digestive problems, and headaches are just a few symptoms of what most people would characterize as gluten intolerance. But, did you know that your skin, or even your hair, could be trying to tell you something about a possible food allergy, as well?You may be surprised that gluten can find its way into your body through your cosmetics.by Cara Lucas
- February 1st, 2012
It’s been said that by a certain age we get the face we deserve. The ravages of bad habits and bad moods, too little sleep, and poor nutrition add up to sags, wrinkles, and age spots we can no longer ignore.A natural approach to your most beautiful skin.