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Feeding My Camellia Flower Obsession: Boscia’s New Tsubaki Swirl Cream

  I've been on a camellia flower oil kick lately. It started with this weird itchiness I felt along my jawline. There was no rash or redness that I could see, but it just felt really itchy, especially after I cleansed my face and after using acids. So I temporarily cut out all AHAs (I … Continue reading Feeding My Camellia Flower Obsession: Boscia’s New Tsubaki Swirl Cream

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Harvest Time: Farm-Fresh Beauty Picks

  I'm not a huge "naturalist" by any means, but the older I get, the more I feel like I need to cut out the known bad ingredients from my diet, my household items, and especially from my skin care. I'm not hardcore (it's simply too exhausting), but I am aware of ingredient lists. So … Continue reading Harvest Time: Farm-Fresh Beauty Picks

See Spot Run: Battling Hyperpigmentation With Natural Ingredients

Ready to do battle against hyperpigmentation? Call in these heavy-hitting, naturally-derived ingredients. They’ve got the science to back them up. Maybe you OD’d on sun exposure this summer. Got a bit aggressive on that last breakout. Or perhaps you’re noticing that that “shadow” is actually a dark patch set on conquering your cheeks and forehead. … Continue reading See Spot Run: Battling Hyperpigmentation With Natural Ingredients

These 4 Natural Beauty Ingredients Are Having a Serious Moment

  From snail mucus and snake venom to all manner of flora only harvestable once a year in some remote glacial setting, skin care companies are quick to tout the next beauty miracle out of Mother Nature’s coffers. So sometimes it's easy to overlook the less sexy ingredients that have long been used in health and beauty but perhaps … Continue reading These 4 Natural Beauty Ingredients Are Having a Serious Moment