If you’re gluten-intolerant, you know the importance of staying away from foods that contain this protein. Symptoms of a gluten allergy can include various ailments, such as fatigue, bloating, heartburn, rashes, and even depression. However, does this mean that your beauty products should also jump on the anti-gluten bandwagon?
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.
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.
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.
Magazine cover perfection can be attributed to Photoshop, but you can’t really fake it on live TV, can you? Photoshopping a video isn’t a thing. Their trick is makeup contouring.
When winter feels harsh, you don’t want that dryness or redness to be reflected on your skin! The goal is to look dew-fresh while still playing around with winter’s colour palette. Here are some winter make-up tips to try.
The thought of placing harmful chemicals near your eyes is probably one of the quickest ways to get inspired to choose an organic eye cream. But it should be vegan too! Here’s how to send those wrinkles packing.
Looking gorgeous should be good for your skin! Since it often substitutes animal-derived ingredients for natural ones, vegan cosmetics make it easy to create a more organic beauty regime while saving the animals. Here are five items you should have in your beauty box.
Stem cells have been praised by medical researchers who study their ability to regenerate and form almost any type of cell in the body. This can be beneficial in the treatment of various chronic diseases. Now, stem cells are also appearing in skincare products.