Your skin can be dull or divine, depending on what foods feature in your diet. Here are foods to eat – and others to skip! – for healthier and vibrant skin.
New diets are always in fashion, but it’s often not easy knowing how to separate the good from the bad. Here are five popular planet-friendly diets that are good for you as well as being healthy for the earth!
When spring comes around, your skin should glow instead of feel dry. That means you need the right products. Here are five hot picks that should be in your eco beauty box this season.
There are always new trends in the fitness industry, which is a good thing because I can’t stomach any more Zumba and crossfit classes. Here are some of the hottest fitness classes and hobbies this year:
Few women can resist changing their hair every now and again. While some people’s experimentation lends itself to spray-painted pony tails, feathered headdresses and peacock-coloured ombres, other people are more content with a few highlights and simple cut.
Many celebrities are jumping on the vegan bandwagon, but is it something real or just the latest celebrity diet trend?
Many of us have tried different diets and we all know people who are consistently gluten-free, sugar-free, booze-free or living a strict paleo lifestyle. While some people need to follow certain strict diets (like people who have celiac disease and actually feel uncomfortable after eating something that contains gluten), others turn into complete health nuts – and not in a good way.
Nothing is quite as frustrating as YouTube’ing “how to make a simple hair bun” and then getting lost in a flood of 15 minute+ tutorials that are hard to follow and require a Checkers bag full of tools and accessories.
One of the latest celebrities to show how gorgeous being green can be is fresh-faced twenty-two year old Shailene Woodley, the star of movies such as The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent. Here are some of her eco beauty tips and tricks.
China has taken another important step towards ending cruel animal testing for cosmetics. From June 30, animal testing for ordinary cosmetics produced and sold inside China will no longer be legally mandated.