Studies show that the average woman exposes her body to168 different chemicals daily. That may sound like a lot but think about all the products that make up your daily self-care routine. Now think about what'sineach of those products. And now think about the fact that you've been introducing your body toeachof those ingredients regularly.
Okay, it’s 2021 and it’s time to start making the switch to clean beauty. There are so many great products out there that are not only going to ensure that you’re keeping toxic chemicals out of your routine (ew!), but are also going to be effective and might change the way you buy products. Read on for our favorite, award-winning, clean beauty products of 2020.
With over a year under my belt of working from home, it's time for me to come clean about something. I have spent more days in the last year without wearing deodorant than I’m proud of. That being said, I have taken longer to go through my deodorant than I used to and sometimes wonder if it will expire before I finish the bottle. I’ve found out that the short answer is no, it doesn’t expire, but there’s more to it than just that.
With summer quickly approaching, how to avoid the ever growing sweat stains and embarrassing BO is at the top of every man’s mind. It’s easy to grab another stick of your trusty old antiperspirant, but what if I told you it could be just as easy to avoid establishing your own summer stench while still avoiding harmful chemicals that are found in antiperspirants. Keep reading to learn what to avoid in antiperspirants and what clean ingredients are going to become your best friends this summer.
The weather is warming up, vaccines are becoming more widely available, and we are starting to feel a lot more optimistic than we’ve felt in a while. It’s great and SO exciting. We love the idea that maybe things will begin to feel a bit more normal soon, but there are some pandemic habits that we intend to keep, and you probably should too.
We all know that superfoods are good for us – they’re powerhouse ingredients that pack maximum nutrition into a small package. Well spirulina has long been a superfood, even before that word became trendy.