Everyone knows that food keeps your body slim and healthy, but that’s not the only thing it does. What we eat affects every part of our body, even the outer surface—the skin.
At one time or another, everyone has noticed excess fat on their body that they wished they could magically get rid of.
If you’re a college student, you know the importance of sticking to a budget. Heck, you’re lucky if you can afford a night out with friends during the week, let alone a high-end skin care product.
The winter months are upon us, and while you may enjoy the snowfall, a warm, cozy fire, and all of the holiday festivities to come, your skin may not react as well to the cold weather.
When the holiday’s come around, gifting season is upon us, and what’s better than some quality beauty products under the tree? Some beauty products, even though they may be high-end, are worth the investment.
The popular injectable known as Botox is primarily used by an older demographic to approve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
As a woman, you’ve probably already researched how to properly take care of your skin. You know the importance of preventing signs of aging with quality skin care products, and it’s likely that you’re already applying some of your favorite products day and night.
It’s an inevitable part of life; one day you’re young with youthful, glowing skin, and then all of a sudden you have creases, folds, or ridges in your skin.
While urban living has its pros and cons, perhaps one of the biggest downsides is urban pollution and the effect that it has on all of us.
Trying new skincare products can be scary. Not only is there a chance that the product you paid for won’t work, but there’s the chance that it could cause mild irritation or skin damage.