The change of seasons means that now more than ever, your skin and health are at it's most vulnerable. If you're looking for all-natural solutions to help switch up your routine and get your body ready for the harsh reality that winter brings, try giving Balance Blends a try! I recently sat down with Alandra Michelle of Le Petite Noir to discuss the importance of holistic health and finding ways to create the perfect routine that was just right for her. Read all about her experience, here.
Acne is a complex issue that involves many physical and non-physical factors. Stress, hormones and food are chief influencers, as they have the ability to manifest toxins that contribute to development of acne. But many Chinese herbs and remedies are available to counteract these toxins.
If you've been fighting acne for some time, you know that your lifestyle — from what you eat and how much you sleep to how often you clean your cell phone — can affect your skin. But did you know that WHEN you eat also makes a difference? Skipping meals is a common mistake made by adults with acne-prone skin, especially women. In fact, it's become somewhat of an epidemic in Western culture, particularly with busy individuals. Even if you generally have normal glucose levels, skipping meals can cause low blood sugars and make you suddenly very hungry. When you're really hungry, you'll eat almost anything — and often over-eat, causing blood sugars to spike. Constantly repeating this yoyo...
Almost everyone encounters acne at some point, which may be why it’s one of the top 10 skin issues worldwide. L-Carnitine is a major natural remedy for non-cystic acne, but in order to fully appreciate why, it helps to understand how acne forms.