Can you believe it? We are coming up on the end up 2020! We've almost made it! This has been a really tough, and unprecedented year for all of us, as we have navigated 'new normals' in nearly all aspects of our lives.
As the year draws to an end, we now have to figure out what this holiday season will look like. Will we shop online or in stores? Will we travel or just stay home? Will we see our whole family or celebrate with a smaller group?
One thing you won't have to worry about is what to put on your holiday shopping list! We've carefully curated several amazing gift boxes with a wide variety of price points, perfect for everyone on your list! Plus, all of the items are from artisans, makers and small businesses in the Carolinas. This year, you can shop small + support local!
Honey has been a prized ingredient for thousands of years. It seems there is a good reason why. Raw honey is packed with many amazing properties that are so good for your body and your skin. Read more to learn about how truly amazing raw honey is.
Acne can tell you a lot about what is going on in your life and within your body. Both Ayurveda and Chinese medicine use Face Mapping to correlate breakouts with organs and lifestyle factors. This is an in depth look at what your skin could be telling you, and changes you could make to clear up your face. You will be surprised about what you can learn from your skin!
Shea butter is packed with anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, hydrating, and healing properties. But what exactly is shea butter? And why should you put it into your daily skincare routine? Learn all about this wonderful ingredient and how we use it here at Roses and Azalea.
We are all searching for that radiant glow, but what if we are sabotaging it by what we put into our body? Clean ingredient expert Jacqueline Bourne tells what to put in, and what to avoid, in order to be glowing outside and inside. Plus, she included a recipe for a Good-to-Glow Smoothie! Summer is finally here so get ready to be positively glowing!
Ever wonder what natural remedies you can use for sensitive skin, dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis?
With both Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism, I definitely suffer from dry skin, swelling, redness, and inflammation. I have found many skin care products to exasperate my skin conditions.
Check the back labels of products! Avoid certain ingredients like parabens, sulfates, dyes, and fragrances as well as alcohol-based cleansers and products - they can dry and irritate skin further. Not all moisturizers are created equal, so choosing the wrong moisturizer can also make dry skin and certain skin conditions worse. Hydration is key, and using sun protection is very important.
Learn more about the list of a few natural remedies that help with certain health and skin conditions.
It doesn't matter what type of skin you have - dry, normal, combination, oily, acne-prone, and more - it is so important to nourish your skin on a daily basis. Even the healthiest people can have some skin concerns, which can impact the way you feel about how you look.
Consumers are now bombarded by so many skincare options from stores, social media, and marketing - feeling very overwhelmed. Every body is different, every skin is different. So how do you even know what works and what doesn't?
In general, the skin is the outer reflection of your inner health, which means that your diet and what you use to nourish your skin does affect the way it looks. (Remember that what you put ON your skin does get absorbed!) Clear, glowing skin is an indication of optimum inner health and a good diet.
Fortunately, there are so many ways to nourish and improve your skin and to adjust your diet and lifestyle so you can look your best and achieve the look of youthful skin. Believe it or not, the body is incredibly resilient, and even with some adjustments, you'll be able to see results within weeks or months (well, in some cases even days but it's always best to be patient).
Here are 10 ways to nourish and improve your skin starting today without feeling overwhelmed or making drastic lifestyle changes.