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If your skin is sweating bullets and feeling like an oil slick, it is a sign that summer is officially here! Transitioning from the breezy spring season to the scorching hot summer sun can adversely affect your skin. It’s no secret that following a skincare routine (religiously, ladies!) will keep it from premature aging and sun damage.
Never (Ever) Look Tired Again
Have you been looking into the mirror and thought to yourself “why do I look so tired?!” Let’s face it, the world we live in is physically and mentally taxing. From mom duties to groceries to house cleaning on top of our professional career, who has the time to get eight hours of sleep while handling everything else they have going on? Nobody.
If you’ve tried everything from creams, serums, and potions for a quick skin fix, chances are they’ve cost you a pretty penny. It’s time to close our wallets and open up our fridge for easy fixes found right in your kitchen. Healing and nourishing our skin with foods from our kitchen and garden is both empowering and thrilling. Using natural, organic ingredients on your skin without any chemical elements is highly nutritional and effective especially if you suffer from allergic reactions or inflammation.
With each ingredient packed with vitamins and minerals, you may want to head to your local grocery shop for your skincare routine.
With the first signs of the spring season on the way, temperature and humidity levels start to rise, you might need to lay off that rich winter moisturizer. Our skin is exposed to less cold, dry air as the seasons change from winter to spring. With an increase in moisture levels in the air, warmer temperatures, and more sunshine, it’s no wonder why the spring season is a breath of fresh air. With more humidity in the air, your skin can experience sudden changes such as acne breakouts, sunburn, increase sebum, rashes, and allergies.
It’s time to reevaluate your skincare game to work with the weather shift. The warmer months call for minor regiment tweaks that will get your skin glow-worthy for spring.
Following Black History Month in February, March ushers in Women's History Month. Each year this month is dedicated to honoring the contributions made by remarkable women in history, the heights they've scaled, the barriers they've broken down, and the impact they've left on society.
In the 1970s, frustrations over women's absence from America's national narrative reached an all-time high, prompting Women's History Month to flourish. The month celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of women in a range of disciplines, including politics, artists, educators, and pioneers all around. On this important month, across the world, every country makes an effort to encourage the social progress of women to make a mark in history.