Both French and Korean women take great care of their skin. Get the basics right and your makeup will always look great. French women want to look like they barely put any effort in at all and in Korean culture flawless, even skin is a must. The French use as little makeup as possible for a natural "undone" look where-as the Korean approach is a little more "sculpted".
There are times when we all start to feel tired and a little disconnected from the world. We juggle multiple tasks, responsibilities and obligations and forget to take care of the basics.
Rooibos tea contains 50 times the antioxidants of green tea and is rich in Vitamin C. The main antioxidant is Superoxide dismutase. It neutralises free radicals and aids in the production of healthy skin cells. It's a wrinkle fighter in a cup.
Green tea originated in China thousands of years ago. It has many health benefits including the treatment of heart ailments, brain health and even weight loss.
Fennel is a member of the parsley family and is native to southern Europe, more specifically the Mediterranean. Fennel tastes a little like liquorice and is widely used in food and medicine. Because of it's anti-inflammatory and soothing properties it is widely used to soothe digestive discomfort. Fennel can also be used as a beauty … Continue reading Are you a spicy beauty #5: The beauty benefits of fennel seeds
Looking and feeling good doesn't have to be a complicated process. Here are a few common sense rules that will help you on your way. Rule 1: Less is More Don't pile on your beauty products. If you use multiple products, use thin layers. After cleansing: use treatment products first then serums and essences, then … Continue reading 15 Common sense beauty “rules” for everyday fabulousness…
Clove THIS IS THE FOURTH IN A SERIES OF ARTICLES ON HOW YOU CAN USE THE HERBS AND SPICES IN YOUR KITCHEN AS PART OF YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE. Cloves are native to Indonesia's Maluku spice islands. They have been used in cooking and as medicinal remedies for centuries. We all know the smell of orange … Continue reading Are you a spicy beauty? #4