When it comes to your daily matcha lattes, the ladies of The Setting know it’s sometimes as much about the cup as what’s in the cup. That’s because Amanda Shine and Billur Kazaz, co-founders of the NYC-based ceramics and event planning company, believe that those few precious moments are more than the product: they’re an experience.
You depart with a totally clear, luminous face and land looking like an extra in a zombie show with a fresh bloom of blemishes across your chin. The culprit? The air in the cabin. And here’s what you can do about it…
Brighter skin? Check. Tighter skin? Check. Skin that’s just generally better? Check. Let me introduce you to vitamin C.
Whether you routinely find yourself standing in front of a shelf of self-care products unable to decide what to buy because you have no idea what the labels are trying to tell you, or you just buy everything and hope you can decode it all in the safety of your bathroom, this one’s for you.
They may look a whole lot like what you’d add to your daily cup of coffee or morning cereal… but, in fact, milky cleansers are secret weapons for anyone with skin that’s sensitive, reactive, dry, or even acne-prone.
If you truly are what you eat, why not make sure your plates, bowls and tupperware-packed, meal-prepped lunches and snacks contain the foods that work with and for your body. Eating for your skin never tasted so good.
For when you just don’t have the time (or willpower) to shower…
If your only knowledge of collagen comes in the form of needles, doctors’ offices and reality TV, it’s time to get wise. Sure, you could pay someone to inject the stuff into your face but there’s a more natural — and dare I say, better — way to get your collagen fill.
You can’t shake a palm leaf without hitting a jar of the stuff in every in-the-know gal’s bathroom, and for good reason: The stuff is nothing short of miraculous (and cheap as far as natural products go), and can be used in more ways than I can even begin to list here.
For all those in favor of healthy and intact skin this winter, here are a few suggestions for keeping your skin from falling off (at least until April).
Instead of metaphorically packing your hair away for the winter like you literally do with your bathing suits, take the right steps to maintain the strong, healthy hair you worked so hard to recoup back in September.
If you’re ready to take your neck seriously, here’s what you need to know about seriously taking care of…