Argan oil is a great multitasking super-moisturizer that works beauty wonders! Here’s how to use organic argan oil for lips instead of traditional lip balm.
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If you’re new around here, you may not know about our obsession with organic argan oil, especially using organic argan oil for face! This oil has a ton of different uses for hair, skin, and nails, but a little known use is how it can work with your makeup routine to give you glowing skin.
Probiotics are renowned for their role in promoting healthy gut bacteria, but what about using probiotics for healthy skin?
Finding good beauty products is hard- finding good organic beauty products is harder. Over the weekend I picked up some Dr. Bronner’s organic shave gel, and I was pretty impressed!
The fact that plastic microbeads are bad for the environment is nothing new (check out this previous post for more info on that!). But it can be hard to find another, more eco-friendly, exfoliating solution sometimes, especially if you don’t have time to make your own exfoliating cleanser.
When it comes to lotions, cleansers, and exfoliators, I’m a little wary of what I put on my body, which is why I’ve been using organic argan oil for skin care.
Organic argan oil has many practical uses, but one of the best is as a nail and cuticle moisturizer.
Organic argan oil is a perfect, multipurpose moisturizer that comes straight from mother nature!
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is a watchdog group with a mission to get harmful chemicals out of our cosmetic products. Their new Red Lists are a set of consumer guides to help you shop smarter.
According to new research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, a common ingredient in conventional skin care products – like face cream – may be aging your skin prematurely.
Spring is just around the corner. Find out what’s hot in beauty trends this year and how to stock your clean spring beauty kit.
This DIY eye cream recipe uses only two ingredients, and it’s much less expensive – and healthier! – than store-bought creams.
Skin elasticity is what keeps your skin looking young and wrinkle-free. Or, at least, wrinkle-light. These foods may just help improve skin elasticity by providing vital nutrients for healthy skin.
Healthy eating delivers more than just healthy energy. Here are the top 10 foods to eat for glowing, radiant skin.
Whether you overdid it at the beach or you just need a little moisture boost, we’ve got a variety of DIY body lotion recipes for you to choose from.
Have the beach and pool left your skin dry and your hair with split ends? Check out this two-in-one DIY coconut oil lotion for skin and hair!
EWG Sunscreen Guide 2014 is out. Find out which sunscreens made their list + how to stay safe this summer…
Why shuck out the big bucks for chi-chi cosmetics when you can make your own using beauty herbs from your own garden?
What are the regular parts of your sustainable beauty routine? I’m going to tell you about mine, and I’d love to hear about yours!
Winter weather takes a toll on our skin, doesn’t it? All of that cold, dry weather leaves dry skin behind. Now that spring is around the corner, it’s time to wash that winter skin away and get ready for shorts weather!