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Body Care

Q & A with Linh

Q & A with Linh

"Life. There's so much beauty in everything, even things that are considered mundane. My goal is to hone my skills at styling and try my hand at designing."

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Do you have Sensitive Body Skin?

Do you have Sensitive Body Skin?
Body skin can become sensitive for many reasons such as external environmental to internal triggers - hormone changes. Skin sensitivity can also appear anywhere on the body, isn’t unusual or abnormal. Continue reading

5 ways to improve Dehydrated Skin

5 ways to improve Dehydrated Skin

How does someone recognize if their skin is dehydrated?

Dehydrated skin is a clear indicator that the skin is lacking water. Some symptoms can be dry feeling, increased sensitivity, redness and itchy looking. The overall complexion of your skin may appear uneven and skin isn’t as radiant.

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Q & A with Vania

Q & A with Vania

How do you moisturize your body?

I like to moisturize my skin with either cream or an oil but lately I've been using cream more. I usually moisturize once a day after my shower i'll reapply if I was in the sun all day or swimming.

 

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5 simple ways to use Body Mist

5 simple ways to use Body Mist

Body mist like perfume is directly applied to the skin. However, a Body Mist helps skin stay hydrated and refreshed. Mist can also be re-applied on your body throughout the day to maintain that all-over scent, which offers a subtle fragrance and energy boost depending on the scent.

 

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Our favourite reason to try Charcoal Soap?

Our favourite reason to try Charcoal Soap?
Charcoal has been trending for the last few years and has become a part of an everyday shower or self care routine. Charcoal has been used for thousands of years by Egyptians to clean wounds, while Hindus used to filtrate water. Charcoal is known to have the ability to absorb and draw out oils, impurities from the skin. Continue reading