You know you’re onto something when Oprah calls your candy “transcendent.”
Before he blacked out one day at school, 12-year-old Andy Campbell thought of himself as a pretty healthy kid.
Take a quick look at the cleaning products under your kitchen sink. Chances are, you’ll see tons of artificial fragrances and dyes, harsh chemicals, glycol ethers, and more harmful ingredients.
Sure, some creams and lotions developed by dermatologists and hair professionals work, but take a quick look at the contents on your favorite jar of $100 miracle potion—chances are, at least of the few “magical” ingredients included are essential oils.
Coconut oil may be the reigning queen of oils—and for a ton of good reasons—but pumpkin seed oil is worthy of a royal title of its own when it comes to beauty. So the question is, what is pumpkin seed oil good for?
Ever find yourself talking back to the TV when a shampoo commercial comes on? “Oh, please, no one has frizz-free hair when it’s raining that hard.” Oh, to live in a world with no bad hair days. Hey, a girl can dream. The truth is, we all have a different head of hair with its ...
If you’re in dire need of a spa day but don’t have a couple hundred dollars burning a hole in your pocket, don’t despair. There’s a good chance that all of the simple ingredients you need to create luxurious, exfoliating body scrubs are already in your kitchen.
Bye bye, Botox. See ya, scary-sounding fillers.
If you’re like me, you want things that are delicious, yet aren’t going to ruin your healthy eating routine.
Meagan Morris is a freelance health journalist who loves Pilates and deadlifts more than her bodyweight... but not at the same time.
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