With its signature blue hue, the cornflower is more than just a sight for sore eyes – it is a traditional remedy for them, too. This tubular flower, also known as “bachelor’s button,” features soothing, softening and anti-inflammatory properties to relieve tired, irritated eyes. It is no wonder, then, that cornflower water is the star … Continue reading Soothing Cornflower
With delicate, abundant petals that range in color from palest white to vibrant red, the peony has long served as the traditional flower of China. This spring perennial, known as the “king of the flowers,” has come to symbolize wealth, honor and royalty – and it is known for its healing powers, too. Since ancient … Continue reading The Power of Peony
Tremendous tresses. Most of us spend so much time wishing for them that we don’t see what’s right in front of – erm,… around? – our faces. With these all-natural products, we can harness nature to enhance our hair’s naturally unique and wonderful qualities. It Takes All Kinds. The foundation of all beauty is health. … Continue reading Work What Your Mother [Nature] Gave Ya!
When you love makeup, it doesn’t always love you back. Dry skin, breakouts and other signs of skin irritation can all be side effects of using the wrong product for your skin type. If your regular foundation is causing the breakouts you’re trying to conceal, it’s time to make a switch. Enter mineral makeup. This … Continue reading Is Mineral Makeup Right For You?
We all know that stylish habits like booking color treatments or being overzealous with hot tools can cause hair damage – but did you know that some common shampoo ingredients can hurt your hair, too? To promote healthy hair, most natural hair-care brands work to avoid the following: Silicones. These fillers coat the hair, which … Continue reading How “Clean” Is Your Shampoo?