If you missed the boat on trying out last year’s most-talked-about ingredient, fear not!
If you find yourself the victim on a sunburn and want to speed up the healing process a bit, it may be time for you to add a few new foods to your diet (in addition to continuing to slather on that aloe vera)
When it comes to self-care, there’s something a tiny bit unnerving about bringing technology into the equation. We tout the benefits of ingredients from nature, the upside of going green, etc. etc. And while I’m an outspoken proponent of clean products and only putting stuff on your body that you wouldn’t mind eating (but please, don’t eat your cleansing balm if you can help it), there is something to be said for adding a few tech-savvy tools to your routine.
Short on time but high on skincare needs? Lucky you — sheet masks are on the rise and primed to only get bigger, more specialized and more effective.
Sure, there are some products that provide quick fixes, but for true, lasting results when it comes to the health of your skin, you’re gonna have to play the long game.
Chances are that at this point in your life, you know the wonders that a great night of sleep can do for your skin. And you also know what a really good face mask can do for your skin. So why did it take us this long to combine the two?
“The people and places our teas come from must have good vibes and it’s important to be able to reciprocate those good vibes and express gratitude to ours growers for sharing their passion and products, something I feel can only genuinely be experienced and expressed in person.”
We dutifully drink green breakfast smoothies and eat quinoa bowls for lunch and exercise and carefully read skincare labels and get enough sleep and track how much water we’re drinking and yet, once a month, many of us put something inside our bodies that goes against a lot of what we demand in every other aspect of our self-care journey: tampons.
Just like an illness in our organs is likely to make itself known via skin, specific cravings can often mean we’re low on a certain nutrient or that one of our body’s systems needs our attention.
“We made this cookbook so that people could experience plant-based food the way it should be: big, bold, flavourful, noteworthy, celebration-worthy and myth-dispelling.”
You want to take care of yourself and unwind without having to do, well, anything more than turn the tap on and strike a match. Enter Simper Goods, the will-make-you-feel-amazing-without-really-having-to-think-about-it line of self-care products started by Jen Pezzolla.