The natural products for skin trend has taught us to care about what we put on our bodies. Sure, we...
Just in time for New Years.
From South Korean sheet masks to 100 layers of foundation, there is always some new (or crazy) trend making waves...
"Semen builds babies. They come out very soft and have beautiful skin, and it leaves my skin nice and soft."
Why for you so cold, Winter? Get it together, Nature. The worst part of winter - OK, maybe not the worst - but one of the downsides is dry skin and lips. It's almost impossible to not have to change your skincare routine when you're dealing with cold, dry weather.
SpaRahRah! provides a twist on the collective buying model: it offers exclusive deals on spa, beauty and wellness at up to 75% off their original prices. It's run through SpaFinder, the "Global Spa and Wellness Resource." Each deal is available for purchase for one week, unlike most other sites of this type, which only give you 24 hours to purchase a deal (great news for those like me who have a hard time making decisions).
There are just some words that give us all the heebie-jeebies and after my mother used the word moist to describe how amazing her brownies were this morning, I decided 1) I'm too grossed out to eat a brownie right now and 2) it's time to make a list of the words that make me feel icky, uncomfortable and downright dirty.
As college students on a budget, we sometimes have to sacrifice our favorite beauty regimens in favor of our weekly trips to Dollar Beer night (or maybe we are actually being responsible and shelling out a few hundred dollars on a semester's worth of textbooks). But just because we want to save some money doesn't mean we have to look like dingy hags with 12 cats and a knitting room.
I have been waiting to do this review for a very long time, and I can't tell you how excited I am about my new obsession: My Clarisonic! I've been wanting this beauty tool for over a year, and I finally got it for my birthday this month. I have to tell you, I will never wash my face with my hands again.
I love. LOVE spa treatments. I may even love the spa more than I love chocolate. And boys. And the backstreet boys. And that, my friends, says a lot. The ONLY thing I don't Ashlee-Simpon-style "Lo-lo-lo-love" about spas is the hefty price tag that tends to come with them.
I’m all for living an organic lifestyle. There’s simply no reason not to. But I draw the line at smearing birthing excrement on my face. Gross, I know, but Hollywood is telling me that the new fountain of youth comes from the very beginning of youth itself. So alert the media: the new craze for the beauty-obsessed is placenta facials.
In these tough economic times, everyone is penny-pinching. Everyone is also totally stressing, including college-age women, about money, about finding a job, about passing that last exam so you can pass the class and head home for a summer of beaching and BBQ.
Let’s talk about skin care. Go into any beauty retailer, find a sales person and ask them to recommend a skin care regimen. Then duck, because you are about to get hit with an avalanche of products your skin “needs.” They’re going to try to sell you a makeup remover, a cleanser, a scrub, a toner, a serum, a moisturizer, a spot treatment...