Your new beauty obsession? Totally not what you’d expect! Meet the little natural scrubbers that will transform your beauty routine and make you fee like a mermaid.
A spa day is something that each one of us truly deserves. Read More
This post was originally published on January 14, 2014 but we loved it so much, we just had to share it again!
Recently, I seem to be inexplicably intrigued by coffee. Read More
I’ve began making a gradual, wonderful switch to natural beauty products over the past few years… but it seems that I’ve been ignoring a very important aspect – one that may just be the least natural of all: nails. Read More
UPDATE: This post originally ran on April 7th but now that we’re spending more and more time outdoors we wanted to share it again! Read More
As soon as spring hits, I become taken over by this incredible urge to incorporate fruits into everything I do. I want to eat them, I want to drink them, and I want to incorporate them into my beauty routine. Read More
It’s really interesting to me that so many beauty products out there contain incredibly long lists of potentially harmful synthetic ingredients, when in reality, you can often achieve the same goal with just one ingredient. Read More
Update: This post originally ran February 10th, 2014, but we wanted to bring it back to get your cheeks all rosy for spring!
Making your own natural makeup is a beautiful way to feel good about what you’re putting on your skin, and this recipe only has a few ingredients.
Yes, spring is really coming. A time of rebirth. Let’s wake up that tired winter skin with an invigorating yet calming spring facial mist. Read More
A year or two ago, if you were to look at my beauty cabinet, you’d have probably been dumbfounded by the overwhelming amount of chemical-filled products in there. Lotions and cleansers and self tanners and hair serums and deep conditioners and astringents… I could go on forever. You see, I’ve always been a lover of beauty products — I still am — but I haven’t always been such a huge advocate for natural beauty. Read More
If you live in a part of the world where winters are very dry, I totally feel you. Dry air has a tendency of sucking the moisture out of everything it comes in contact with — including our skin and hair.