Your skin and hair have their own unique pH levels and so do the products that you use – tricky. If all you remember is one thing from this post, please remember this: “typically you want to maintain a pH level of 4.5 to 5.5, going significantly higher or lower than can be disastrous”! Today we'll recommend some natural products that we strongly suggest that you use to assist with balancing the pH level of your hair and skin.
For most people, “leading a balanced life” is the recurring theme of each New Year. The concept of “maintaining the right balance” is just as important to your body as it is to the work, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of your life. So, both this week and next week we’ll debunk the elusive term “pH balance” – What does it mean? Why is it important? Why should it influence your skin and hair care regime?
Acne scars are a common after effect of having acne and can feel like double punishment for having acne in the first place. If untreated, acne scars can persist for years and years into your adulthood after your skin has long healed from acne. Though Scarring in general is a very personal thing and some people naturally scar better than others, there are things you can do to help your skin heal better.
This week’s blog post focuses on two of the most common skin problems which can easily be remedied by using Shea butter. Organic unrefined Shea butter is a potent moisturiser & emollient which can provide unrivalled protection for your skin. If you have been going from product to product looking for something that really works, we recommend you start using Shea butter, and we bet it will be the last thing you’ll need to try. From ashy skin to stretchmarks, Shea butter does really have all the answers.
Though your skin is the largest organ of your body, there are several differences between the skin on different parts of your body. Today we'll be discussing in detail what differentiates facial skin to the rest of your skin and what it means for your skincare regime. The secret to happy skin is all about knowing your skin and how it reacts to the environment, the products, and the techniques you use.