You can have too much of a good thing… even when it comes to coffee. Not surprisingly, many of us may be over-indulging in this wonderful, tasty, aromatic, energy-boosting beverage (I’m one of those people if you couldn’t tell). And, well, maybe it’s time to give something else a try. Like the following coffee alternatives.
Achieving that healthy glow is more than just the products you apply, it’s about an all around healthy lifestyle. What foods should you eat for healthier looking skin? What foods are known to cause the most damage? How exercise and diet impact your skin? How much water does your skin really need? We review these questions and so much more, so that you’re armed with all the right info to achieve your healthiest looking skin.
Mornings are BUSY. And I know I’m not alone in letting coffee be my breakfast most days of the week. But that’s not exactly healthy, and definitely not going to offer up enough energy for the day ahead. Of course, there’s the option to grab something on the go, but that’s also time consuming, not
Research suggests that YES, what you eat can have an impact on skin cancer. As a person who burns easily and has lots of moles and freckles, I’m quite conscientious of my sun exposure. I’m constantly applying sunscreen to myself and my family (every few hours). I limit UV exposure while UV rays are at
We’ve all been there, out and about enjoying life when the irritation starts. It usually begins as an uncomfortable sensation, but can become quite painful if left unchecked. We’re talking about skin chafing here – those red, irritated patches that develop due to too much friction between your skin or your skin and your clothes.
If you haven’t already dived into natural care products, pregnancy will likely lead you this way. I know first hand how those two little lines can change your outlook on life – from the big stuff all the way down to your personal care choices, like which lip balm you use. And it’s those personal
Whether you’re taking off on a sunny vacay or simply looking forward to enjoying the warm spring air (which is hopefully just around the corner), you need to prepare your skin before soaking up the sun. For months now your skin has been covered, protecting it from the sun and the elements. Its been enveloped
It’s a dreary time of year, all cold and grey. It’s hard to get motivated to get out of the house. But staying cooped up isn’t doing much for you either. If you’ve got the Winter Blues, you’re going to want to improve your mood. Feeling stressed, run-down or blue? These tips will give
The New Year brings a fresh start, a clean slate, and is full of opportunity. In addition to the typical resolutions of “eat healthier,” “budget,” and “exercise more,” we’re hoping everyone resolves to have a more natural new year as well. There are many simple ways that collectively can have major benefits on our planet.
The holidays and your holiday skin care routine We’re already in the midst of the holiday season, but the next couple of weeks will surely bring an increase in shopping, parties, gatherings, fun, cheer, food and drinks. And while this is often hailed as the “most wonderful time of the year” – and we’d have
It’s a spooky time of year, not just with Halloween coming up, but cold and flu season as well. And not much is worse than a house full of the flu. In my house, this is the time of year we typically begin hibernating, trying to avoid falling ill at all costs. Because honestly, if one