Skin on the neck and throat is thinner and more sensitive than other parts of the body, so daily care is required.
Our lips have just three layers of skin cells, compared to the 16 layers on most of the face.
We use our hands constantly, so they need protection. Avoid harsh soaps and extremes of temperature, and wear protective gloves for housework and gardening—and take advantage of the range of moisturizers nature provides.
Rinses, poultices, hair tonics and other conditioners can make dull hair shine again.
Strong shampoos dry out the scalp, encouraging more oil production, but pH neutral shampoos control oil levels.
During an average lifetime, your feet will carry you around the world three times—or at least an equivalent distance—so it’s important that you keep your feet in good shape.
Masks and exfoliators cleanse and remove dead skin cells, revealing the lustrous skin beneath.
Beautiful skin won’t be achieved without a good skin care regimen.
The skin around the eyes is delicate and requires special care. It is also the first part of the face to show signs of aging, so it’s important to be sure it’s kept properly hydrated. Thankfully, natural eye creams can be used to care for this sensitive area.Eye creams moisturize the delicate skin around theContinue reading “Home Remedy: Eye Care”
Cellulite appears when a pocket of fat beneath the skin pushes on the connective tissue, creating a cottage cheese effect. Women are particularly prone to cellulite because their connective tissue is softer than men’s.