Want more supple, radiant skin? Good news, that added glow can be as easy as snacking on your favorite healthy staples! Here are our top favorite foods (and drinks) for happy skin.
Whether you would like to address skin concerns like stretch marks, or cellulite, or you’re simply wishing your skin was more supple and hydrated, we’ll fill you in on how to tend to your skin and why we opt for organic options when possible.
Do you suffer from dry, irritated, and itchy skin? This could be because you either have sensitive skin or sensitized skin. We know what you’re thinking: “umm, there’s a difference?”
Does using an oil to remove excess oil and debris from your face sound strange? That’s understandable. Far from a traditional foamy face wash, which use harsh detergents to cleanse the skin, cleansing facial oils are formulated with nourishing oils to melt away makeup, debris, excess sebum, and pollution left behind from the day. Don’t get us wrong—there’s nothing like a deep, sudsy cleanse every now and then. That being said, using a cleanser that strips too much sebum day after day will throw off your skin’s hydration—and interestly, can even lead to overproduction of oil.
CBD can be found in all sorts of products—from serums and creams to balms and sprays. Most commonly used to provide relief to stressed-out skin and muscles, CBD is becoming increasingly popular. Is it any wonder that CBD is now finding its way into haircare? We think not!
Crow’s feet are almost like an archive of our life experiences: these creases beneath the eyes document not only our time spent having fun in the sun, but also our facial expressions—ranging from squinting, to smiling, to wide-eyed surprise. Though crow’s feet show personality through expression and are signs of years spent smiling, these lines around the eyes can be frustrating, making them one of the most common skin concerns. Treating crow’s feet sometimes feels like an uphill battle. We’re here to share tips from our pros and our all-time favorite treatment for crow’s feet.
Have you ever noticed that dry, damaged, and over-proteinized hair can often look the same? ’Cause we have. Whether your hair is dry, damaged, or over-proteinized, trying to tell the difference on your own can be tough. Don’t stress, beauty, once you recognize how to diagnose your hair concern, it becomes so much easier to treat the actual cause.
Since before I can remember, hyperpigmentation has controlled too much of my self-esteem; I've got a big, dark line smack in the middle of my forehead, odd marks on my face from sun exposure, and dramatic scarring from the smallest of nicks. As a Master Esthetician, there is guilt associated with each of these marks: could I have prevented them? Should I have tried harder to treat them before this point?
2020, what a year it has been. Flashback to a mere few months ago: many of us didn't even know where we would be able to get a hold of a quality machine-washable mask. Fortunately, most of us have access to masks now that society is opening back up (A HUGE thanks to our boss babe who rallied to get masks for us at our flagship boutique and salon). With this new introduction of mask usage comes its own brand of irritants: mascne, for instance. We're already stressed enough...a breakout is the last thing we want to worry about!
As we age, changes in our hair can feel distressing; suddenly, your go-to hair products aren’t performing like they used to. Coarse and unruly greys are springing up like never before. You might even notice less hair density.