What is the difference between Hydration and Moisture?

Water, Your Body, And Your Skin

First, remember that your skin is an organ. What you eat and drink can affect it. In the summer months, we need to work a little harder to keep our bodies and skin hydrated, as the sun and heat give us an even greater challenge. We are more active and sweat more often, so we need to be sure we get enough water. It is recommended to drink about 2-3 liters of pure, clean drinking water daily. This is a good starting point and essential forREAD MORE

Is Dry Skin Brushing For You?

Some years ago, I received a luxe spa gift box. One of the items was a long wooden brush with very soft bristles. I thought it was a hairbrush, but it was too soft for my hair so I put it in a drawer. In a recent session with my massage therapist, she suggested I try dry skin brushing. She briefed me on the benefits, handed me some literature and said all I needed was a brush, holding one in the air. Ah, that’s what it’s for! If you are even slightly curious, here are a few key reasons toREAD MORE

Step Away From The 15X!

As long as I can remember, my mother has been the expert on eyebrow grooming. On Saturdays, there would be no less than 3 or 4 friends waiting their turn for her eyebrow shaping talents. She advised me through the years if I was plucking my eyebrows too thin, or not often enough. Now lately, I notice she may be a Tweezaholic. When I visit most times, she is in front of her 15X Magnifying Lighted Mirror plucking the annoying dark facial hair she can’t seem to keep under control. Other than theREAD MORE