When I am packing for a vacation, I always dread dealing with my products. I can never find my travel size products and I tend to carry on my luggage to avoid all of the hassles of waiting for my bags (and can’t risk losing them!). I recently discovered a TSA approved skincare kit that [...]
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Lately I’ve been under more stress than what I would like. Partly because it’s in my nature and partly because I have to find a new place to live – never a fun experience in Los Angeles. So I’ve been faking my way through the day by covering up my tired skin and those lovely [...]
Your skin is a reflection of your health. So whenever the effects of daily stress and lack of sleep start to show on my skin, I reach for rejuvenating skin care products that are rich in vitamins, antioxidants, essential minerals and natural ingredients with anti-inflammatory properties. Facial masks are particularly helpful in helping to reset and [...]
The holidays can be both relaxing and stressful: relaxing with all the extra days off from work and school, and stressful when it comes to holiday shopping and finding the perfect gift for friends and families. In an effort to help ease the anxiety of gift giving, we’ve narrowed down the top beauty products for [...]
By Jenna After the one night of the year that most people go all out for, you want to start off the new month-and year with a fresh face. Waking up looking like the loch-ness monster the next morning can scare people off and is a definite DONT. Dark eye circles will plague us the [...]
by Liz W Having a baby is perhaps the most life-changing event in any woman’s life, and many new moms (obviously excluding those who grace the pages of gossip magazines) find themselves slipping deeper and deeper into the all-natural mom look as they put their baby first and their beauty routine last. Even if you [...]
The thought of finding the perfect Father’s Day gift for the fathers in my life sounds perfectly impossible. I know my father-in-law doesn’t need another season of Seinfeld, and I am certainly not going to buy my husband (a father-to-be) a “King of the Remote” t-shirt. So, I’ve devised a plan. Why not shop by need?