Simple Homemade Milk Bath

For centuries, women in the Middle East and India have relied on milk to enhance their beauty. Whether taking a long soak in a hot milk bath or indulging in a milk massage, the ubiquitous dairy product has tremendous benefits for your skin. The lactic acid in milk works as a gentle exfoliant that gently sloughs off dead skin cells. The fats and …

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Beauty Water

We all know that water is essential to healthy, beautiful skin. I go so far as to track every glass I drink because, without a doubt, my skin does not hide dehydration well! But water can work hard on the outside too. From volcanic springs to salt-saturated seas, women around the world cherish these top spots for their water’s curative properties. And for those of …

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The African Beauty Balm

For centuries, African women have been in on a beauty secret that keeps their skin soft and glowing: shea butter. In fact, it is believed that Cleopatra herself used this wonder product to keep her skin beautiful when she traveled in her caravan. Shea butter is extracted from the nut of the Karité tree, which is found in 19 countries across …

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5 Ingredients in Beauty Products You Should Know

I love trying different beauty products, and I have to admit that often the packaging and marketing speaks louder to me that the ingredients. I mean, aside from being told that the product’s magical properties are derived from the argan nut or glacial mud, a cursory glance at the ingredients list tells me absolutely nothing. Until now. Unwilling to remain ignorant to …

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