There are ingredients that come and go as fads in the world of natural skin care. I don’t generally swim with the stream when it comes to following the next new craze, but as fads go, rosehip oil is one, I would argue, that is worth hopping on the wagon! It has been tested over time and proven beneficial for any skin type.
In an attempt to keep the girls (and myself) stimulated and learning about the world around us, I have been doing a little digging to find some fun options to let their minds roam free while stuck at home. Here is a list of links to some fun virtual learning opportunities and ways to let your mind explore.
Let’s talk green. The hemp industry has seen some much-deserved press as of late. With new legislature helping increase education, research, and production in the US, it’s been a great year for hemp! Boasting a wide variety of uses for everything from building materials, paper, fabric, skincare, and even fuel, this green beauty provides great hope in helping to move towards a more sustainable future
With its rocky peaks, turquoise blue glacier-fed lakes, and towering forests, Glacier National Park held my heart from the very first visit. There is something extraordinary about this place that is hard to explain. It has a soul, a heartbeat, and an irresistible force that keeps bringing us back. In the first of the Belle & Rose National Park series, I wanted to share with you some of our favorites from our favorite park.
The Oil Cleansing Method has grown in popularity in recent years among the healthy and holistic natural beauty community. While it may seem counterintuitive to mix oil with your pore problems, there are many advantages to using this method as a primary means to cleansing, especially during the winter months. Whether you are a runner who endures the winter wind for hours at a time, or a mom who runs in and out of school pick ups in sub-freezing temperatures, oil cleansing may be the solution for your winter skin woes.
Aloe Vera is a versatile product often associated with burn relief for damaged skin. However, those same moisturizing and healing properties that offer relief to damaged skin are also beneficial to skin as part of your daily skincare routine. The Egyptians called Aloe “the plant of immortality” and this name is quite descriptive of the benefits therein.
We have traveled back and forth around and across a huge portion of the US, both with the kids and without, but of course there’s always more to see! We are just returning from our latest adventure- winter break in Pompano Beach, Florida and the Florida Keys (one of our favorite beach destinations). Before I get back to reality, I thought I would share some of our tips for a successful family road trip.
Charcoal naturally acts like a magnet and clings to all of that grime clogging your pores, causing breakouts, dulling your complexion, and getting in the way of that natural glow. Charcoal is capable of absorbing 1000’s of times it’s mass in total, which means it acts like a sponge for everything you want removed. While it’s pulling out the grime, it also helps to regulate oil, fight acne-causing bacteria, and exfoliate!
Witch hazel is a product that has been found in medicine cabinets for many years as it serves a variety of purposes, and can be used to aid many common health problems, from hemorrhoids to eczema.
It’s easy to think only skin deep when thinking about healthy, clear skin. I don’t even want to know how much money I have spent over the years on products, really hoping and believing that the answer to all my skin problems could maybe, just maybe, come in a 2 oz jar. That’s not to say that there aren’t good products out there, because there are. But the hard truth is that no matter what miracle cream/serum/elixir you slather on your face, unless you are treating the rest of your body right those results are likely out of reach.