What Do We Need To Know About Moisturizers

It is fascinating to see people using an endless stream of serums, essences, and moisturizers. Many beauty experts and gurus have stunning skin to show for their involved routines and are often very convincing to follow their steps, trying to

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Toner: Do You Really Need A Toner?

There seems to have mixed feelings about toner. Unlike moisturizers and sunscreen, a toner is optional despite they may help to clean away anything your cleanser has left behind. For those with excessively oily and congested skin, they can greatly

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Making Your Own Foaming Facial Wash

Making your own facial wash is really easy and most importantly, it doesn’t consist of any toxic chemical ingredients. It is super easy to make, affordable and it will take you less than 5 minutes to make and last you

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Skincare Guide: For All Skin Types

In today cosmetic industry, you are bound to be confronted by hundreds of choices, whether you are out shopping for a cleanser, toner, moisturizer, or any other skin preparations. Finding a skincare routine that works for you can seem like

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How To Double-Cleanse

A proper cleaning of the skin is essential because multiple layers like skincare, makeup base, UV protection, foundations, or concealers that are applied during the day requires more than one step of cleansing to truly remove everything. For a double-cleansing technique that leaves skin truly

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Knowing Your Skin Type: How To Determine

It is important to understand your skin type and tailor your products or skin regime for your optimal skin health. What works amazingly for others may not work for you due to different skin types and concerns. Using cleansers and

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Wintergreen

Wintergreen Essential Oil contains 85-99% of methyl salicylate the same active ingredient as birch and is beneficial in massage for soothing head tension and muscles after exercising. Methyl salicylate, the principal constituent of wintergreen, has been incorporated into numerous liniments

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Spikenard

Spikenard oil is a spiritual oil that is relaxing, centering and grounding. It was highly regarded in India as a perfume, skin tonic and health-supporting. There are many biblical references to spikenard, specifically concerning its use to anoint the feet

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Spearmint

Spearmint oil is produced from its dark, crinkly leaves and flowering tips. It is gentler than peppermint, making it more suitable for children, elderly. This oil may balance and increase metabolism, which may help burn up fats and toxins in

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Yarrow

The Greek Achilles, the hero of the Trojan Wars, was said to have used yarrow to help cure the injury to his Achilles tendon. As a traditional herbal medicine, yarrow was used for an array of conditions from respiratory infections and

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Petitgrain

Petitgrain oil is obtained from the orange tree, comes from the tree’s leaves and twigs rather than from its fruit (the source of orange oil) and its blossoms (the source of neroli oil). It can be used as a less

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Nutmeg

Nutmeg may go back to the Arabian word “mesk”. The French translation is noir muguette and the English may have shortened it to “nutmeg”. There are many species of Nutmeg, however, the most commonly used is Myristica fragrans. It is native

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Palo Santo (“Holy Wood”)

Palo Santo, also known as “holy wood” is a natural wood aromatic incense. Because it is in the Frankincense family and shares similar properties, it can be interchanged when using for emotional and spiritual purposes. The essential oil is obtained

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Myrtle

There are several species of Myrtle that are grown in different parts of the world. Myrtus communis is also referred to as Common Myrtle or True Myrtle. Both the flowers and leaves are highly perfumed, but the essential oil is

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