Oh NO! This blog isn’t what you think it is. While the internet is full of ingredients and items to avoid while pregnant, we recommend you find resources and healthcare professionals you trust to give you the best information for your body during pregnancy.
No doubt, pregnancy evolves a new level of conscious thought - “What goes into my body, goes into the baby”. And when you are pregnant you get a long list of to-dos and to-don’ts from more people than you ask. We believe it is safer to err on the side of caution when it comes to skincare products and ingredients during pregnancy.
Hormones can play a large role in how someone's complexion changes over the course of their life. For the female body, puberty marks the beginning of a regular cycle known as the menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is the body's way of preparing the uterus for fertilization each month.
In this blog, we are going to dive into the most common skin problems women encounter before, during, and after pregnancy.
If you are pregnant, just had a baby, thinking about getting pregnant, or have fertility on the brain you might be thinking about your body in a new way. The internet is a crazy place, and it definitely has an opinion on pregnancy.
We interviewed Angelique, a local midwife, who helped shed light on our top pregnancy and skin care related questions. We also share our DIY Belly Balm recipe to help keep your skin hydrated and supple.
Going down the rabbit hole of the toxic ingredients that are in 90% of the household cleaning and personal care products is deep, dark, and dangerous.
In the world of green beauty, there are a lot of words used to identify the quality assurance of the ingredients used. Here is a glossary of terms you might come across in your Green Beauty journey.
Gua Sha and Jade Rollers are becoming increasingly more popular in the natural skincare industry for their purpose of massaging facial lymph.
Lymphatic massage around the face is great for promoting circulation to the tissues and reduce puffiness. Tools such as Gua Sha, Jade Rollers, or even hand massage are great for facial lymphatic massage.
Rooted in both the Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine, “face mapping” is
an ancient practice that connects regular facial skin disturbances with the health status of an internal organ or body part. Observe your lifestyle habits as well as daily face mapping techniques for best skin health results!
This is your Skin Reboot Refresh blog post for you to dive into a few of the awesome resources we created to help you better understand how skin health is both internal and external. While we can provide a few suggestions on where to start when looking to improve your skin health this fall we are not medical professionals and we always recommend you consult your physician when looking for medical advice.