Tossing past-their-prime cosmetics can help keep up your look and protect you from bacteria growth that can cause breakouts and infection. These tips may be helpful in determining if you truly need to clean out all of the old in favor of the new.
It’s easy to focus on what you don’t like about your appearance. But how often do you stop and appreciate what you love about it? Instead of diving into your cosmetics bag with a mission to mask what you think of as imperfections, use your makeup as a tool to play up your best features.
The skin on your lips can become dry, scaly and sun-damaged, just like your face. In fact, it’s even more prone to these issues since it is thinner and more sensitive than the skin on most all other parts of your body. You can rejuvenate your lips and keep them healthy with an easy lip care regime.
There’s a gadget or gizmo (or twenty) out there for just about every need, and you undoubtedly already have some you call favorites. In the spirit of sharing, here are some of ours: eight tools that can improve your appearance and help you maintain healthy skin, hair, nails and more.
Though beautiful in many ways, the season can also be quite harsh and irritate your eyes, leaving you looking (and even feeling) less than your best. You can’t control the elements that cause the following winter eye issues, but you can take steps to protect and comfort the windows to your soul.
Like so many of Mother Nature’s powerhouse nutrients, omega-3 fatty acids don’t just target one part of your body, but rather work their magic from head to toe. Take a closer look at the beauty benefits of these good fats.
Our bodies don't need much of this skin-boosting mineral, and we can get it both from selenium-rich foods as well as products that have it. Find out what happens when you feed your body selenium.
Amid so many possibilities (and products) to help your skin looks its best, though, there are a few nutrients that skin really needs—and vitamin A is one of them. Learn what happens when you feed your body vitamin A.
Your body needs a variety of nutrients to look and function its best, of course, but C is a particularly important player. Read on to find out what happens when you feed your body vitamin C.
Each antioxidant plays a different and important role in protecting cells, but it's vitamin E that's truly on the front lines—in fact, your skin contains more E than any other nutrient. Learn what happens when you feed your body vitamin E.