Lush has the most gorgeous massage bars. Forget oily drips, with these beauties you can treat yourself to spa-like pampering right at home.
Since you guys loved my post on the Edible Milk Mask so much, I decided to post another one. This time I’m using chocolate!
Our kitchen cupboards are stocked with age-old beauty secrets. Come play in the kitchen with me, and lets create face masks that are fresh, fun and super cheap!
I’ve always been a fan of natural, organic beauty products and when you know a face mask is safe enough to lick, its also free of chemical nasties found in many commercial offerings.
Today I’m trying out a super-easy Milk Mask…
Christmas is around the corner. Time to tick off the festive shopping list!
Stuck for ideas? Need help curating stylish stocking stuffers? Fret not, I have a very doable list for you below…
What do you do when one of your favorite skincare brands joins hands with a highly creative pair of world-famous graphics designers? Get super excited of course!
Kiehl’s is no stranger to the beauty world. Founded in 1851 in New York’s East Village neighborhood, the brand started off as an old-world apothecary. With an extensive medical background in beauty, the brand has grown from strength to strength, and can be listed as a household name the world over today.
This holiday season, Kiehl’s collaborates with Craig & Karl.
We all crave a beautiful, healthy mane. Supermarket shelves are loaded with colorful, perfectly marketed bottles promising us the hair of our dreams.
Recently, many major hair-care brands have come under scrutiny for all the nasty additives, including sulfates, in their mix. Consumer awareness is on the rise, people are reading labels, the rise of the organic era is upon us.
Age old beauty secrets include the use of various nut oils, and these are making a comeback into the hair-care scene.