Can I use hyaluronic acid with my microneedling pen for glowing skin?

Hyaluronic acid and microneedling can be a powerful combination to help improve the overall health and appearance of your skin. Here are some steps to follow to use hyaluronic acid with a microneedling pen: What is microneedling? Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the use of a device with tiny, sterile needles …

Vegan soup recipe for glowing skin

Here’s a vegan recipe that is nourishing for the skin Roasted Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup Ingredients: Instructions: This soup is rich in vitamins and antioxidants that are beneficial for the skin, such as vitamin A, vitamin C, and beta-carotene. The coconut milk adds healthy fats that can hydrate the skin, and the turmeric has …

Organic Smoothie For Glowing Skin

This glowing skin smoothie is not only energy boosting and delicious, it contains ingredients known to keep skin healthy. Many foods contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can help improve your skin’s health. Plant-based foods, such as vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and beans are especially rich in skin-supporting nutrients, and studies show that they can …

Plant-Based Skincare For Glowing Skin

Did you know that it takes over 2,200 pounds of plant material to produce only 3 lb of this precious oil? This makes Helichrysum one of the most expensive and labor-intensive herbs to procure, and as an unfortunate result comes with a history of adulteration. Helichrysum’s unique chemical compounds, such as curcumene, di-ketones, and neryl-acetate …

7 Reasons Your Skin Looks Dull – and How to Get it Glowing

Your skin is a protective barrier that keeps you safe against all kinds of infection, that can otherwise harm your body. Don’t you feel that you should be taking precautionary measures to maintain its inner glow and vitality? However, sometimes your skin looks a little less than glowing.  It can be a condition induced from …

Easy skin habits to start in your 50s for a glowing look.

In your early 50s, you most likely will experience menopause, when estrogen halts and testosterone takes over. During the first few years of menopause, your skin will lose a significant amount of its collagen and moisture, and as a result, your ‘glow’ will vanish as well. While wrinkles are annoying enough, many people find themselves …