Borage oil alleviates the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, osteoporosis, skin disorders, menopause, stress, diabetes, respiratory distress and more.
Olive oil, a well-known Mediterranean produce, enhances not only the culinary palette, but it also proves to be beneficial for your overall health! Find out what benefits are there with Olive Oil and how it works for you.
Eucalyptus Oil is poisonous but when used with the right concentration, it has many medical, chemical, and skincare uses listed in this article.
Apart from commonly listed usage of lemongrass, this article explains why it is the most natural and effective insect repellent, especially to mosquitoes.
Bees might just turn out to be your favourite insect after all. Not only are they cute and fuzzy, they also produce these fresh ingredients full of benefits for our skin and health. These delicious yet natural products can be either eaten for health benefits, or applied to the skin as a healthy skincare product! Un-Bee-livable, right?
Beyond sweet and bitter, almond oil has different mode of extraction resulting into virgin, refined and unrefined. Learn how these affect quality.
You probably know about fish oils as a source of omega-3, but did you know you can get it in other forms? Furthermore, Omega 6 and 9 play a part in our health as well.
Aging is what we cannot avoid. What’s the science behind aging, and how we can counteract this inevitable process?
Recorded in Compendium of Materia to Medica in China’s Ming Dynasty, acient Chinese and Japanese has since found the powerful beauty effects of pearl powder.
Most of us aren’t sure what minerals for skin we should specifically look for, nor are we adequately informed what our skin actually needs in order for it to look the way we would like it to look. Here is a list of 5 most important minerals and what they are for.
Supplements targeted for skin often include a range of Vitamins. This article breaks down which vitamin is responsible for what. It also list out natural food sources from which you can obtain them.
These are the botanical oils you will find common across many natural and organic skincare brands. These oils have multiple beneficial qualities and this article will list them in detail.
Skin is a thermometer of our health. It reflect quickly if we are internally healthy by showing signals. In other words, to have good skin we need to be internally healthy, i.e. good skin is a result of eating right.
Ever heard of the term “turkey neck”? It refers to wrinkled and saggy skin at the neck, also known as necklines. Often used as an indicator for age, necklines can be a pain in the neck as they tend to get rather prominent, due to the nature of the skin located at the neck. Necklines can be challenging to deal with, but not impossible to manage.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Get to know your sources of Omega 3, 6 and 9, and what good it does for your health!
[INFOGRAPHIC] So much is out there on what to eat for the best of your skin health! But at times, all you need is the basics, including sufficient rest. Find out what you should be eating for clearer skin!