Simply Radiant

A Vitamin B Gift

9qndjmrmebe-david-everett-strickler The holiday season usually means you take a detour from your usual meal plans and healthy lifestyle. The numerous parties and special dinners filled with food you wouldn’t normally eat and paired with a higher alcohol intake than normal can have some large consequences for your body.

get healthier winter skinIt’s wintertime, and the livin’ ain’t easy—for our hair, skin, and nails, that is. Whipping winds, dry air, and chilly temps can really do a number on soft skin and hair. Cold air outside and central heat indoors can strip moisture from strands and pores, making hair rough and skin itchy and dry. But endure cracked hands no more and get healthier skin: Items hiding in the back of your kitchen cupboard could just be the answer.

winterWinter weather is officially here and with its arrival you’re probably noticing changes to the look and feel of your skin. The dropping temperatures and howling winds will take away the summer glow you’ve managed to maintain until now and leave you with dry, irritated winter skin.

Rosemary Salt Post Pic "As an esthetician I notice that no matter how good a face looks, the knees and elbows give the age away," says Shawn Duss, an esthetician and makeup artist based in Austin, Texas. "This has made me extra passionate about caring for these parts of my body." 

thanksgiving Thanksgiving weekend is a great opportunity to spend time with family and friends, but it is also a time of year that revolves largely around food. All the gatherings and special dinners probably mean you overindulged this past weekend and relaxed your usual eating habits. The result can cause problems both inside and out, with your skin being the most likely victim of your over-indulging.

year round fruit A luscious fruit bursting with sweet juice, it's hard to resist the tropical goodness of a ripe mango. But not only do mangoes taste great in smoothies and salsas, they have a long history in Ayurvedaf and other ancient medicinal systems. (After all, they've been around for about 5,000 years ago.)

Part II radicals & antioxidants

Exposure to Free Radicals

Free radicals affect your body on a daily basis. You might wonder exactly when and how you are susceptible to them or how you can avoid them completely, but they are naturally part of your daily routine.