This week we had a chat with one of our favorite local estheticians, Rosie Ramos of Joy Skin Atelier in Charlestown, MA. Rosie’s had some incredible years of experience in the skin care and beauty world, and we had a great conversation about transitioning to only using green skin care and how she started her own clean business.
By understanding and working with your dosha, you can help facilitate the mind’s dialogue with the body and reawaken your body’s natural intelligence system
True skin health comes from so much more than just what you put on top of it – it’s about what you’re putting into your body and how you’re handling your mind.
Leaves are changing, pumpkin spice lattes are back and it’s officially time to transition your skincare routine for fall.
Natural oils have been used for hundreds of years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for their potent healing properties. Today, they’re reclaiming their place in the spotlight.
There’s so much new information out there about the effects that different skincare ingredients have on our bodies. The clean beauty movement is all about being healthy by making informed choices about what we consume and recycle back into the earth.
Though it’s definitely a daunting prospect, especially in the morning, the pros far outweigh the cons in our book. Here’s our case for why you should hop in a cold one this summer – and even make it a regular habit.
Summer is a time for adventure and exploration but getting grounded is also an essential part of staying mindful. From waking to working, here’s what I’ve been doing these summer mornings to get present and stay grounded.
This calming yoga flow is perfect to end your day, placing the focus on inward awareness and gentle stretching. Stretch, connect and soothe your body and mind with this quick, meditative practice.
Many of our everyday decisions have an immediate impact on the environment. The more we know, the more we can make informed decisions about what we use and consume. Here are three tips for a more sustainable skincare routine.