There are several ingredients specifically in sunscreen that, through studies, have shown evidence that they are harmful to our health. What are the best ingredients to look for? There are three most common UV filters that have been proven to be the most harmful especially because they penetrate into the skin immediately upon application.
When we think of beautiful skin, we often go immediately to topical treatments. Not to say that topical creams and serums won’t help (obviously, since that is the essence of our brand LOL) but it is important that we recognize that our skin will not look the way we want- AKA good- unless we pay attention to our health and diet. What we put in our body is ultimately reflected in some way exteriorly. If we put more intention into our diet and daily routine, as well as listen to our bodies we willfeelbetter and our skin willlookbetter. Here are a few things to consider when eating for your skin...
Mixing a bowl of blueberries, oatmeal, and pure shea butter may sound like the key ingredients you see on your labels (perfect for an at home facial) but are you really getting the same effectiveness as professional skincare?
Breakouts and “skin purging” may appear the same [and come with the same frustrations] but they are actually completely different. What makes them different and what are the signals your skin is going through a purge?