- August 31st, 2014
With fall just around the corner, your teens are heading back to school for yet another year of learning. Although prepping can be chaotic—schedules, school supplies, a new fall wardrobe—you can help your kids find a moment of Zen with the promise of better looking skin.Zap zits, not confidenceBy Linda Miles, LAc, DOM
- December 1st, 2013
Welcome to Natural Solutions’ 5th Annual Beauty With a Conscience Awards, where we provide a beauty toolbox starter kit to get your grooming regimen on the right track. Here, we recognize companies promoting natural health in the beauty and wellness industry.Beauty isn’t hard work if you have the right tools.
- September 30th, 2013
Women should not be the only ones concerned about their personal care products. A new study showed that chemicals linked to cancer, infertility, and allergies have been found in everything from colognes and shampoos to face wash! Lead acetate, triclosan, and coal tar are a just a few of the chemical-laden ingredients.
- August 31st, 2013
The beginning of school is a time for your teen to put their best foot forward. Whether it is their freshman year or the end of their high school career, the condition of their skin is important.
Allow us to make a plug for natural beauty. Regular beauty tips might give you great skin and makeup—these will make you healthier inside too!Regaining control of your beautyBy Amy Vergin
- October 1st, 2008
In our hunt to find the healthiest skincare products available, we slathered on hundreds of serums, scrubs, and shampoos. Here are the ones we can't live without the winners of Natural Solutions' first-ever Beauty With a Conscience Awards.
- May 1st, 2008
From volcanic glacial clay in Iceland to rainforest super berries in Brazil, “backyard” elixirs offer the secret to true beauty for women in all corners of the world. How society defines “beauty” changes across cultures, of course, but tending to one’s appearance has always been a special preoccupation for women.Time-tested skin secrets from Fiji to FranceBy Lindsey Galloway