For a limited time, with every purchase of the Trilogy Natural Helping Hand Wash product, 100 percent of profits from your purchase will go to Child’s i Foundation to help end the tragedy of baby abandonment in Uganda.
With soaring temperatures, the scorching sun can wreak havoc on your hair. The sun can be harsh. Is it enough to just follow the shampoo and conditioning routine, or do we need to look after it a little bit more. Here’s how to look after your hair, so you have sexy strands all summer.
Natalie Portman’s fiance Benjamin Millepied is such a sweet heart. So caring, so thoughtful and so eco friendly.
Ben requested and designed a 100% eco-friendly engagement ring for soon to be wife Natalie Portman. Jewelery designer Jamie Wolf helped Ben design the eco ring. The two have been friends for more than 15 years.
We are bombarded with information everyday. At this day and age, beauty information is so readily available where the desired beauty data can be accessed with a simple click of a button.
But the sad truth is that not all the information are facts, and in most instances, reports and news are conflicting – coffee is good for you one day and the next day a research will counter that coffee is bad.
To sort out the beauty myths from the facts, we look at the top 10 beauty questions.
How can you tell if your beauty products are still fresh to use? With food, you can tell it is ready for the bin when it rots and smells. With skin care and cosmetics, it’s a little bit harder to determine.
Depending on the product, when it is untouched and unexposed to air, it can last for up to 3 years. But as a general rule, any product especially a natural and organic products will start to loss it’s effectiveness after 1 and 1/2 years or so on the shelves.
Cosmetics are even more sensitive to environmental factors where product deterioration is even more rapid. Bacteria, mold and yeast will start growing immediately from the first time you start using the makeup product.
To help you figure out when all your beauty products are ready for the disposable bin and how to keep your products in tip-top condition for longer use, we go to a few experts with their tips and advice on proper skin care and cosmetic use. We asked 2 beauty consultants – Valarie Elmore (Lushes Beauty Spa Director) and Jodie Horman (Home smart Beauty Editor).
One or two split ends here and there are pretty much unnoticeable unless you get really close. It’s only when your hair starts showing many split ends when your appearance start look unsightly. Your hair appears dull, messy and lifeless.
Although split ends can happen to all types of hair, typically you will see the most on long, brittle or dry hair.
Split ends cannot be repaired. When the protective cuticle is removed, it cannot be replaced. While there are several options for treating split ends, the best way to get rid of it is to trim it off with a pair of sharp scissors.
To prevent split ends simply avoid the following:
Shea butter is made from the nuts of the Karite tree in Africa. The process of turning raw shea nuts into finished Nilotica shea butter is known as “moo yao” in Langi, the local language. The nuts are cracked open, then roasted to give the butter a nice consistency. Afterwards, the butter is scooped out of the nuts, kneaded to make it more spreadable.
Its high content of essential fatty acids and natural anti-oxidant compounds provide extreme moistursing capabilities as well as cellular restoration making this a very popular ingredient in the cosmetic industry.
Good and all…..but what we may not know is the fascinating, hard labor-intensive process behind extracting this creamy shea butter that women covet in our personal care products.
We all know the Australian regulation for the use of cosmetic ingredients has been weak, scrawny and confusing.
So when I heard the news that the Australian Parliament has passed a new law that simplifies the regulation and assessment of cosmetic ingredients, I was over the moon.
So you may have a vaginal yeast infection. There is nothing to be embarrassed about.
Vaginal yeast infections is a common occurrence. It’s caused by the build up of a fungus called Candida Albicans, which is normally found in small amounts in the vagina. The acidic environment in the vagina prevents yeast from growing. If the acidity of the vagina decreases, then too many yeast grow, causing vaginal infection.
The acidity of the vagina can be changed due to menstruation period, pregnancy, intake of antibiotics, steroids, diabetes, personal hygiene or birth control pills.
It’s Friday night and you’re out partying with a group of friends. You head to a club and become immersed with the loud pumping music and vibrant dancing bodies. You get a few shots into your body to help you to relax even more and by the end of the night you end up drinking one too many and is carried home, hopefully by one of your trusting friends.
The next morning is not so pleasant. Looking at yourself in the mirror, your eyes are puffy, skin is dry, tone is blotchy and complexion is dull and lifeless. Alcohol takes a terrible toll on your skin. Excessive skin dryness, sensitivity and premature ageing are some of the more noticeable effects.