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
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.
New season, new skincare game. After the harsh winter air has done a number on our skin, it’s time to rejuvenate and replenish. With the warmer air come a few essential skincare swaps to help maintain the optimal balance and health of your skin
When mastered, the subtle art of getting ready is guaranteed to get you in a good mood for a night out. Whether you’re heading to a date or dancing with friends, taking time for yourself before you go will put you in the proper headspace to fully enjoy yourself.
Applying your skincare in the correct order is key in making sure you get the full benefits of each product. You can have the best skincare products out there but if you’re applying them in the wrong order, they can be less or even ineffective.
Guest writer Melissa Akopiantz, a holistic health coach, nutrition consultant and owner of Nourishing Lab, goes over the ABCs of clean beauty and what you should know about product ingredients.
Neem oil has been used for thousands of years in ancient Ayurvedic medicine for its wide range of healing properties. In Sanskrit, neem is ‘nimba’ which translates to ‘good health.’
Cleansing is the foundation of any good skincare routine. It works to keep skin fresh, glowing and healthy while clearing pores to allow deeper absorption of nutrient-rich products such as moisturizers, serums, and masks.
Ayurveda is an ancient holistic science dating back 5,000 years to ancient Sanskrit texts called the Vedas. It literally translates to “the science of life.” …