The skin is the largest organ of the body. When it comes to detoxification it is also the most important, followed by the lymphatic system, digestive system, liver, and the kidneys. Every day we are exposed to toxins in our air, water, food and personal products. We can do our best to live free of these substances, but some are unavoidable.
Any mother will tell you sleepless nights are commonplace, especially if you have a child under five years. Interrupted sleep can play havoc with skin’s appearance, exacerbating fine lines, under eye shadows and sallowness (Oh the joy). But before you throw in the towel, take some time to read these foolproof ‘yeah sure I had eight hours sleep’ makeup tips.
Brittle hair, don’t care – said no one ever. Leading into the colder months, moisture is sapped from hair and the dry, brittle aftermath is decidedly lacklustre. Here’s how to ensure your crowing glory remains just that.
EAT YOUR WAY TO HEALTHY HAIR
What you eat does make a difference to the condition of your hair. According to Andrew Wilson, Expert and Director of Transitions Hair, the following foods can not only make hair look and feel healthy they can also improve scalp problems and thinning hair issues too. Bonus!
Over the years I’ve had numerous facials and encountered various beauticians and skin clinics, but walking into Melanie Grant Skin in Sydney’s Double Bay, I immediately felt that this was going to be different. As soon as I met Melanie, I couldn’t stop staring at her skin, it’s like an Instagram filter has been permanently applied to her face. Clear, flawless, glowing skin I am completely envious of.
Hair dryers have pretty much been the same since I can remember. Other than variations in speed and heat levels they’re all pretty similar, so when I heard that Dyson (the innovators behind the space age looking fan that has no blades) was launching a hair dryer and completely changing it up, I had to get my hands on one.
Thanks to the unruly curls and frizz I inherited, I have been blow drying my hair since high school; mostly it’s for a minute or two in the mornings to smooth it out. A few times a week I embark on the pain staking task of dr
If you’ve ever experience extremely dry, flaky skin, you’ll know it’s not merely unsightly and hard to apply makeup over but also painful. Infection is common in areas continuously in use like the hands (and cuticles). So for dry skin sufferers or those expecting to be exposed to the elements (ski trip, anyone?), these head to toe tips will ensure you remain smooth skinned and flake free.