How many times have we heard of the phrase “there’s a price to pay for beauty”? It’s true if we think about the amount we splurge on beauty products. Fortunately, we always know the prices in advance. There are however, some prices we really don’t want to pay but end up having to do so when we’re not careful. I’m talking about the price of health hazards when it comes to the matter of beauty and style. There are many of course, but here I’ll just focus on three fairly common ones. The sort of errors we make or could possibly make without giving much thoughts to.
Here’s a great tip. And it’s inexpensive too. Drink lemon water to rejuvenate from inside out, giving you a healthy system, a glowing complexion and a slimmer body!
If you do not already know, lemon contains high levels of vitamin C and can help to flush out toxins from the body and hence, works as a great skin cleanser. According to Energiseforlife.com, the citrus fruit contains essential minerals including calcium, potassium and magnesium which the body needs; cleanses and stimulates the liver and kidneys; even works as an antiseptic and helps ease heartburn, bloating and other digestive problems. Regular intake of the citrus drink can also improve digestion and elimination systems.
Did you know that you can do your part to protect earth from the clothes you wear? Organic is no longer just a word associated with food. You can wear organic clothes and they’re definitely not not just green and brown if you’re going by this very hip and chic collection from Stewart+Brown.
This is the first in a series of reviews I will run on tried and tested anti-perspirants and deodorants.
This is a swivel up, rub on alcohol-free clear stick type of deodorant which is supposed to eliminate offensive armpit odour. It contains ingredients such as Cabreuva, Gaultherie and Bay Leaf to fight unwanted bacteria; Litsea Cubeba to refresh; while soothing Winterbloom and Neroli to keep user feeling cool, calm and collected.