|Celebrity Mom's Gifts|
April 30, 2013
April 21, 2013
And the lucky recipients are:
Megan Fox, Snooki, Jennifer Nettles, Giuliana Rancic, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Vanessa Lachey, Anna Faris, Claire Danes, Fergie, Jessica Simpson, Shakira, Holly Madison, Hillary Scott, Busy Philipps, Jenna Dewan, Kristen Bell, Gisele Bündchen, Kim Kardashian, Kristin Cavallari, Evan Rachel Wood, Sara Rue, Lisa Ling, Malin Ackerman, Maya Rudolph, and Penélope Cruz.
April 12, 2013
Warm weather is fast approaching, believe it or not. It's time to get your skin ready for more revealing fashions. Here are a few quick and easy ways to get your bod summer ready:
- Exfoliate! I can't stress this enough. When you're young your skin typically
Shea Butter Sugar Scrub
- Moisturize! Removing dull skin cells is key, but keeping your skin moisturized is very important to your skin's health and well being. Skin loses its natural moisture via Trans-dermal water loss, AKA TEWL. This is the movement of water through the epidermis.A good moisturizer can make the difference between fresh, soft looking skin and dry, lined, flaky skin. You should reapply moisturizer as needed, especially just after bathing to help maintain your skin's natural balance and retain humidity in the epidermis.Most people can lighten up on the intensity of their lotions or cream as warmer weather approaches, but it will depend on your skin type.
- Speaking of Moisture... Make sure you drink plenty of water (or water-based beverages) every day. This will help you inside and out. While there is really no medical evidence that proves being hydrated will improve your skin texture, it's pretty much a no-brainer that being healthy and hydrated will certainly help you look and feel radiant and beautiful! Need more info? http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/6-reasons-to-drink-water
- Foot Facts! Are you ready to reveal your tootsies to the world after hiding them in boots and tights all winter? If you don't have time for a full pedicure at least soak your feet to soften calluses and dry patches and then give them a good buff with a moisturizing foot scrub followed by a moisture treatment, preferably overnight with light socks on to help the product sink in.