If you’re like me, or most women, you may have cellulite. While it’s natural and nothing to be ashamed of, it’s also totally okay to want it to go away. Or at least become less noticeable. Here’s a DIY scrub I love for helping to reduce the appearance of cellulite!
Taking your health to the next level as well as caring for the environment seems like an easy enough task but finding products that you love that also work can be difficult. When I had to buy new tampons, I wanted to see what Target had to offer in less synthetic and more natural ones. I mean after all, they do hang around inside of you for like a really long time.
My skin has always had trouble. When I was little I had eczema and always got bug bites. When I became older, the bug bites still continued, I’d get an occasional heat rash in the summer, and then started to break out. My grandmother convinced me I’d have perfect skin and so when my first pimple came, I was incredibly deflated.
The acne never really subsided. I also started to get hyper pigmentation from acne scars and being in the sun. As I started incorporating essential oils into my entire life, I dove deep into oils for my skin and here are my top three!
My skin is far from perfect. When I was young I thought I’d never get a pimple. Oh little naive Alexis.
I’ve always had acne. But it got way worse in 2015. When I moved to Costa Rica in the spring of 2015, my acne made a delightful transition from adolescent acne to adult acne.
I’m an all or nothing kinda person. Sometimes I’ll think about something for hours and other times I’m diving all in in a matter of seconds. My journey to natural deodorant was the latter.
Fall and winter are fast approaching. While this means blankets, fires, and cozy sweaters, if you’re like me it also means really dry skin.
I’ve struggled with dry and dull skin for most of my life and I’ve finally found something that helps! Best part about it, it’s vegan, homemade, easy, and cheap.
We focus a lot on what to put on our skin to get that smooth and perfect complexion. Our physical and outside products play a HUGE role in our skin's appearance but there's also another big factor: what we eat and drink.
When you dive deep into ways to improve the quality, brightness, and glow of your skin, there pops up an interesting stone: Jade. A jade stone has been used in skincare since the 7th century in China. It has been used as a spiritual practice but also a well kept beauty secret. Lucky for us, the secret is now very much out in the open.