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.
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
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.
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!