- January 1st, 2012
Traveling can take a toll on your body, especially your skin. Below are a few tips, as provided by Dr. Howard Murad, a well-known dermatologist, on how to keep your skin looking beautiful and fresh during a getaway.The stress of travel may certainly keep you occupied this year, but that's no reason to neglect your skin!
Store shelves can overflow with countless beauty products, offering access to pearly white teeth; beautiful, luscious skin; and thick, glorious locks. But many of the unnatural ingredients within these products could be doing you and the planet more harm than good.
- October 5th, 2011
- July 29th, 2011Your guide to finding products that are really natural, and which aren't.By Yael Grauer
- July 27th, 2011When it comes to natural radiance, you shine from the inside out, with confidence.By Kristin Caven
- July 1st, 2011
Although wrinkles tell stories of memorable adventures and serve as stamps of an experienced life, it doesn’t mean that we necessarily want to advertise our past with a face as worn out as the travel brochure.Take a 180 and rediscover youthful skin.By Cara Lucas
- January 1st, 2011
We’re all feeling a little pasty-white these days. Here’s how to get that sun-kissed look
back—no trip to the beach required.
Tip: It helps to exfoliate first to get rid of rough skin patches and then apply a moisturizer
- November 1st, 2010
According to Asma Ishaq, looking and feeling good should also include doing good.By Kimberly Rodrigues
- April 1st, 2010
Pregnancy is famously a time of lifestyle choices, such as skipping mouthwatering ceviche and glasses of pinot, that will ensure a healthy mom and baby. But moms-to-be should also scrutinize their personal care products—from soaps to stretch-mark creams—for ingredients, both synthetic and natural, that can harm a developing baby inside.
Prenatal pampering for you and babyBy Erinn Morgan
- February 1st, 2010
Many young girls today are swaddled in organic cotton, fed organic fruits and veggies, and bathed with pure products practically since birth. Even so, daughters of natural-minded parents soon skip home from playdates wearing drugstore nail polish and pleading for beauty products of their own.
Preteen years are tough. Luckily, going natural is easy.By Jolene Hart