Sensitive Skin Care
Tips for sensitive skin -gentle cleanser/body wash -pat with towel when drying (helps alot) -don't eat too much junk food
For the Face
How to Stop Sensitive Skin; 8 Must Know Sensitive Skincare Tips
How to stop sensitive skin. Tip 1 - avoid normal face wash products. 95% are aggravating your sensitive skin type. In fact most face wash products contain known irritants. Click the #SkinTip for learn more.
My Skin Feels Tight and Itchy: 4 Ways to Fix It Quick...
Lactic acid is one of the best liquid exfoliants for sensitive skin types - even if your skin isn't sensitive lactic acid can be a great skin friendly addition to your skincare routine. Want to find out more? Come click the #SkinTip.
Natural SKINCARE ingredients can be SUPER powerful! Here are 5 awesome skin loving natural ingredients that work! Get some of these into your skincare regime and your skin will be all 'OMG you are amazing! Love you!'
Natural skincare - how do you find it? Once you've found it, how do you know it's really natural - great questions! One of the 5 ways I'm revealing in this article (click above to read all) is to look for the EcoCert stamp - it's a standard that guarantees a minimum certain level of natural ingredients. Get savvy on choosing natural skincare – click above to read all of the 5 ways.
How to Mix The Ordinary Skincare; the ultimate regimen guide
The best skincare routines are superly careful of the ingredients they use in the morning and evening. Sometimes different skincare ingredients can do the same thing e.g. exfoliate (not all exfoliating ingredients are scrubs, some come in toners and moisturisers)… making sure your skincare is not ‘over-powering’ keeps you from a skincare disaster. Read on to learn all…
Why You Need to Switch to Safer Nail Polish + the Best Brands
Why You Should Switch to Safer Nail Polish + the best nail polish brands that are free of the worst toxic chemicals. | natural and eco-friendly beauty products | non-toxic products via @mindfulmomma
Are You Taking Probiotics For Eczema?
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is its fancy name, eczema is how you know it and my oh my can it be a pain in the behind. The prevalence of eczema in the western world is soaring. Children raised in western homes have up to a 20% risk of contracting AD - this is huge. Why oh why when we have such a developed health system, is our rate of allergic conditions like eczema on the rise?