If you only make one change to your skin-care routine, switch out your face wash. It sounds like a little thing, but swapping a foaming cleanser for a creamy one is often all it takes to help skin adjust to colder, drier weather.
To guard against dryness, use a humidifier in your bedroom and office. If that's not feasible, add a couple of plants to your surroundings. The water in the leaves diffuses into the air and adds moisture.
If you apply a face oil before your anti-aging cream, the oil molecules allow for better absorbtion, tricking your skin into letting active ingredients deeper into the skin without irritating the surface.
Tis the season. But as dreamy as winter can be, it takes a real toll on skin. Cold weather, time on the slopes and holiday travels call for a super hydrating regimen that will keep you glowing all season long. #AMLAGLOW
There's no denying that fruits and veggies are a staple in a healthy diet. But did you know that their different colors indicate different nutrient profiles? So taste the rainbow and focus on getting a little of each color in your diet every day to max out the nutritional benefits.
While using a cleanser may seem like a no-brainer, there is a proper way to wash your face depending on the cleanser. If you use a cleansing gel or foaming wash, it’s best to apply the product with your fingertips directly to damp skin. If, on the other hand, you use a cleansing lotion or cleansing oil, you should apply it to dry skin because if your skin is wet, it will dilute the product, which then won’t perform as well.
"Apply sparingly" might be one of the most vague phrases in skincare. When it comes to eye cream, how much is enough? Think of a sunflower seed's worth for each eye- that's it! The rich emolients in eye cream are designed to absorb deeply, so a small drop is enough to do the trick!
This weather has us day-dreaming of a tropical getaway. But if you can't hop on a plane this second, this green smoothie bowl from @shapedupshelley might be the next best thing!
1 scoop vanilla protein
1 cup hemp milk
1 frozen diced banana
3 slices frozen zuchini
3 cauliflower florets
Topped with a fresh peach, bee pollen, coconut shreds and nuts.
More is more, right? Wrong! The unsung heros of skincare, facial oils contain a higher amount of active ingredients, increasing product performance as well as maxmizing the benefits of the other products you're using. A pea-sized drop is all you need!
Revitalize your skin with this dream duo. Swipe on the Detoxifying Clay Mask to soften, smooth and improve clarity with our blend of mineral-rich clays and amla extracts. After rinsing off the mask, apply the Rejuvenating Youth Oil for hydrated, glowing skin! #AMLAGLOW
Over-washing your face can remove natural oils that your skin needs. It’s only necessary to wash your face once in the morning and once at night. If you have dry skin, wash at night, but just rinse with cold water when you get up.
Need some help getting your PM skincare routine down? We've got you!
First thing's first: cleanse. Next? Mask! Apply after you've washed your face, as masks penetrate clean skin best. Once it's rinsed off, it's time to treat & moisturize. Start with the lightest product and work your way up: serum, moisturizer, then eye cream.
Do you moisturize before applying your makeup? Without a smooth, hydrated canvas, you're headed for a meltdown of the makeup sort. Before you apply your foundation or powder in the morning remember to moisturize!
Easy on the eyes. Because skin is thinner around the eyes, collagen degrades faster and fine lines emerge - that's why it's so important to make sure that this area receives the care it deserves! #SaturdaySkincare
To glow or not to glow. Is that even a question? Powered by the superfruit amla, you can use our products if you want to: ✨Brighten your complexion
✨Rejuvenate dull skin
✨Give skin a hydration boost
✨Promote radiant, luminous skin
Flip over! Sleeping in certain positions may result in sleep lines. After a while, these lines can turn into deep set wrinkles, so hit the sheets backside first. Photo by @michaelwiltbank for @dominomag.