Going on a detox can restore your body’s balance and flush out toxins, but sometimes detox diets can be unsafe. If the ones you’ve tried in the past have made you feel sick, you’ve been doing the detox wrong. There are more natural detox tips to choose that will boost your health and make you feel great.
Elements is the new range from hair care specialists, Wella Professionals. The new Wella Elements range is free of sulphates, parabens and artificial colourants while providing up to ten times more keratin protection for renewed hair vitality.
They sound benign enough, but microbeads are causing quite a stir in the health industry, with cities such as New York wanting to ban them from personal hygiene products. Why are microbeads getting under people’s skin?
Whether you’re on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or all three, you’ve undoubtedly seen the “fitness motivation” pictures that pop up in your social media news feeds. “Strong is the new skinny” is the latest saying, encouraging women to focus on health and strength instead of starvation diets and wafer-thin frames.
Tickled by the latest beauty trends? Before you try them out, consider your skin tone. It’s so important to ensure that you’re wearing colours that make you glow instead of wash you out.
Most people thought that e-cigarettes would be a passing fad, but these electronic pipes are here to stay.
Looking good makes you feel great, but it can also make you healthier. Here are some beauty tips to try this winter that will prettify your skin while giving your body a stronger defence against illness.
You’ve heard of Botox for your skin but now the trend is targeting hair. Although no botulism is used in hair Botox, it is a treatment that strengthens every strand of hair with protein and nutrients, making your tresses younger and healthier.
Now that autumn is here, you might want to make a few changes to your skincare and makeup habits. The whole idea is to play with dark and light elements this season for enchanted beauty.
After two years of intense lobbying, New Zealand’s members of Parliament unanimously voted on Tuesday to ban animal trials for cosmetics products in the country—the first in the Australiasian region to do so.