wellness Tag

You are what you eat is a popular adage that most of us are aware of, and it’s true. If you eat foods high in fat and sugar, devoid of any real nutrients, your skin will show this in the form of pimples, dark under-eye circles, and dull skin. However, if you eat a diet rich in nutrients, your skin...

Easter is upon us, and while the holidays are an eggcellent time to reconnect and spend time with family and friends, we can have a tendency to overindulge in holiday sweets and treats. Unfortunately, what we put into our bodies will show on our skin, as there is a direct correlation between them. What you eat will affect the way...

With Valentine’s Day behind us and Easter upon us, many of us may have been (or will be) a victim of overindulgence. Easter is known for its comfort food as many gather with friends and family. Candy and other sugary-sweet food items are often consumed on mass, and alcohol is often thrown into the mix. While it may feel worth...

Getting candy during the holidays is what most kids crave and desire the most. Anyone with a sweet tooth often loves holidays such as Halloween, Valentine's Day, and Easter/Passover, and while you also still may have a love for candy, candy for an adult (especially too much) can wreak havoc on your skin. Think dull skin, breakouts, and blemishes, which...

While you may love to eat dark chocolate, you might not have thought to put it on your skin. Well, it turns out that applying raw cacao to your skin is full of health benefits that are sure to make your skin supple and glow. High in flavonoids and antioxidants, cacao can help protect and repair skin from premature aging...

Earlier this month, it was Valentine’s Day, which for many couples means the gift-giving of chocolate. While you may think this is bad for your waistline (which it very well may be, depending on the quality), did you know that consuming dark chocolate (with at least 70% cacao) is good for your skin? When we say cacao, we mean the...

Many of us are on the lookout for the fountain of youth because as we age, fine lines and wrinkles will occur over time due to the natural aging process. For those looking to turn back the clock and desire youthful-looking skin, there are procedures available that can help you look years younger. A popular treatment option, Ultherapy, is one...

Modern life can be challenging and hard on your skin. Lack of sleep, poor nutrition, age, and stress often show their effects on your skin, as it can rob your natural complexion of its radiance. However, having glowing, radiant skin is something that many shoots for yet fail to obtain. While getting enough sleep every night and eating healthy is...

2020 is almost over (thankfully), and the New Year is quickly approaching, making it the best time to start out thinking about your resolutions for 2021. Now is the time to think about the changes we would like to make in the New Year so that we can be the best versions of ourselves. Coming up with the typical resolutions...

Sunspots, also known as age spots, are a form of hyperpigmentation that can develop from prolonged exposure to the sun’s UV rays. Sunspots can range from tan to dark brown and are more likely to occur on those with light skin and those who have a history of sunburns and intense sun exposure. Typically sunspots are oval and flat, range...

Thanksgiving is around the bend, and your mouth may already be watering in anticipation. Thanksgiving can be a time of togetherness, as well as indulgence-who doesn’t like food? But the line between eating just enough and eating too much is often broken on this holiday. While it may be difficult, practicing some form of restraint on this holiday is highly...

Pumpkins are a popular fall staple. You see them used as decoration and used in many dishes-especially during Thanksgiving. This delicious winter squash is chock full of Vitamins A, C, and E, potassium, folate, zinc, antioxidants, and enzymes, making this fall favorite an excellent choice for your health and your skin. The best part is this versatile squash is good...

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