Cleansing is key. But when it comes to deep cleansing—exfoliating your skin—there are right and wrong ways to do it. And unfortunately, the wrong way can lead to accidentally damaging your skin, not helping it. So today we’re walking you through the steps of safe exfoliation.
You might have seen face cupping treatment as a trending skin care innovation on TV, online, or in magazines; you might even be familiar with body cupping used in physical therapy, but does facial cupping work? To explore the homeopathic form of skin therapy, we sat down with our friend Rosie from Joy Skin Atelier to learn more.
No matter what kind of skin you have, or what ailments have fallen upon it, you can ask yourself “is there a face mask for that?” and the answer will surely be yes. Considering how broad of a category they are, there’s a lot to unpack when it comes to discovering what the best mask for you is. That’s why today’s post is all about masks.
There are a lot of reasons we love clean, natural skin care: it’s good for us and the environment; it embraces a conscious, intentional way of living; it utilizes the rich, natural world we call home instead of relying on synthetic creations. There’s also a very importantreason to love clean skin care: your health and safety.
When it comes to your pores, everyone’s are different, just like our skin. But depending on how we treat our skin, sometimes our pores appear larger. When this happens, it doesn’t give our skin the smooth, glowy appearance we all wish for. Want to learn how to shrink pores naturally? Well, that’s what this week is all about!
After much experimenting, we have nailed a mix of kokum, mango butters along with coconut and other plant oils, that provide luxurious texture, a barely there feel, and maximum nourishment. We believed there was a need for a vegan lip balm, with great texture and efficacy. And so, with much love, we introduce to you our lip balms.