Choosing The Best Hair Color For Your Skin Tone

2 November 2015
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The color of your hair should complement your skin, making both look vibrant and healthy. If you're thinking about changing the color of your hair, you'll want to be selective about the color that you choose. In fact, you'll need to consider your skin tone and ideal color groups before you choose your new hair color. Here are some tips to help you select the right shade to transform your tresses. Read More 

Need A Skin Booster? Try These 3 H20 Recipes That’ll Make You Crave Your Daily Ounces

29 June 2015
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You're already doing a lot to keep your skin glowing, like following a thorough skin care regimen, using SPF every single day (even when it rains), and of course you never pick at pimples, no matter how tempting. But, are you doing everything you need to do? Great skin starts from within. That means what you eat, and especially what you drink, plays a huge part in your ability to go without makeup when you're running late for work. Read More 

Tips For Caring For Skin After Hair Removal Treatment

22 June 2015
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If your first laser hair removal treatment is looming, you might be wondering about what the days afterward are going to bring. Luckily, laser hair removal is a fairly easy process, as is the recovery period afterward. When you know what you need to do to protect your skin, you can help improve the condition of your skin after laser hair removal treatment. Exfoliating and Shedding Loose Hair In the weeks following your laser treatment, the skin in the affected area is going to develop what appears to be blackheads. Read More 

A Busy Mom’s Guide To Pampering Yourself For Wellness

5 March 2015
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As a busy mother, you have so many things to do and so many people to take care of. It can be easy to put yourself last, but your mental and emotional well-being is important! Stress feels awful, but did you know it's actually physically bad for you? In fact, the American Psychological Association states that chronic stress can increase your risk of heart problems and depression. Taking care of yourself truly is an investment in your health and your family's future. Read More