Loving your nights out…and the morning after

We all work hard and play hard—and sometimes our bodies pay the price. If you want a clean slate after staying up late, here are a few detox tips to remember throughout the week: Drink plenty of water. As soon as you wake up, pour yourself a tall glass of water, and continue to drink as much as you can during the day. It will help your body flush out toxins in your skin Treat puffy, sensitive eyes by placing refrigerated slices of cucumber over your eyelids in the morning.Read More >


Get beautiful-get green!

Healthy skin starts with a diet rich in nutrients, and nowhere are there more nutrients than in green foods. Leafy green vegetables like kale and spinach, crunchy celery and leeks, all these foods help the skin get the minerals and vitamins it needs. And like all vegetables, the high water content of these greens will help give your skin one more reason to glow.Read More >

Beauty Tips

Too many late nights? Let’s get back to good habits!

You've spent a holiday season full of late nights and high spirits, but now it's time for resolutions. Go back to your good habits with these skincare routine tips: Exfoliated weekly! Use a grainy scrub or a hand-held ultrasonic brush with a gentle cleanser Antioxidants. They are a fabulous way to perk-up and maintain healthy skin. Retinols, peptides and vitamins are available in easy-to-use serums, creams, and lotions.Read More >


Maintaining shiny, healthy hair

1. Use a natural-bristle brush. Unlike synthetic brushes, it has a little give so that when you are blow-drying or combing your hair (which stretches the strands), your hair doesn't break. 2. To combat dullness which can occur from product build-up, rinse you hair with apple cider vinegar and then apply a warm oil to your hair and scalp. Healthy hair starts from the scalp! 3. Foods high in protein are critical to a healthy head of hair.Read More >