One of our favorite herbs is lavender. With a beautiful dusty purple color, fragrant aroma, and tons of uses in your every day life that are both pleasant and good for you, how could anyone not love this wonderous plant?
We often try to fix our skin issues from the outside in. We cover in cream, we scrub, we pick, we pop, we conceal - but really - the best thing is to start from within. People walking down the street with good skin, if not for sheer genes, have a beautiful glow because they take care of themselves in other ways first. Leading a healthy lifestyle and taking the steps below will invariably give you a better starting point. From there, please, wear sunscreen to avoid sunspots and aging, exfoliate, and once in a while, let your skin breathe.
Discovering Mother Nature’s best beauty benefits is something that Everyday Minerals thrives on. That’s why when we discovered the amazing properties of a lesser eaten and used fruit - the blackcurrant - we knew we had to use it as an ingredient in our products. Our Finishing Powders use black currant fruit extract to help your skin look stunning.
Continue reading to find out the blackcurrant’s benefits and one of our favorite blackcurrant breakfast recipes!
Coconut oil is a gift from nature that is starting to become a staple in the health and beauty community. Its almost endless amounts of uses have garnered it tons of praise, and we love using it for just about anything we can. Our love for coconut oil and its amazing moisturizing qualities have led us to include it as a key ingredient in our Tinted Lip Butters to help hydrate and smooth the lips.
If you’re like me, and your pores get a little clogged from time to time, this face mask is for you. While preventing future acne with tea tree oil and bentonite clay, it also soothes and calms redness with lavender, oatmeal, jojoba, and grapes. Apply it once every two weeks, and you’ll start to see the benefits. Please, before you do use it for the first time, do a spot test beforehand. Some skin does not react well to bentonite, and you don’t want to learn the hard way.
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