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7 Secrets to Finding Your Signature Scent When Cold Weather Arrives 7 Secrets to Finding Your Signature Scent When Cold Weather Arrives

Whether you’re excited for the cold weather ahead or mourning the official end of summer fun, finding the perfect seasonally-inspired perfume or body spray will help you make the transition with style. Swap out your lightweight summer scent with a new fragrance that’s as bold as the weather. Not sure what to look for? Keep reading to learn more.

Feel-Good Holiday Travel Tips: How to Enjoy a Stress Free Holiday on the Go and Avoid the Post-Season SlumpFeel-Good Holiday Travel Tips: How to Enjoy a Stress Free Holiday on the Go and Avoid the Post-Season Slump

While holiday traveling can be a whirlwind of fun and excitement, it can also put a lot of stress on your body and mind. Whether you’re flying or driving to your holiday destination, getting from one place to the next can disrupt your health and beauty routine, resulting in fatigue, dark circles, breakouts and irritation. This year, take the pressure off and put an end to the holiday grind. With the feel-good beauty techniques included here, you can be free to enjoy the holidays pressure-free, looking and feeling your best.

Fashion & Beauty On-the-Go: Quick & Easy Makeup Tips for Any OccasionFashion & Beauty On-the-Go: Quick & Easy Makeup Tips for Any Occasion

Frustrated with a busy schedule that leaves no time for beauty? It’s common to live on the go with no “me” time. Check out these quick tips to look and feel flawless with no hassle.

10 Simple Tips to Keep Your Beauty Regimen Fresh and Effective10 Simple Tips to Keep Your Beauty Regimen Fresh and Effective

From formulas-gone-bad to less-than-sterile beauty tools, if you’re experiencing less-than-optimal results from your daily beauty regimen, you may be making one of these common mistakes. Learn how to keep your beauty regimen fresh and effective by eliminating expired products, practicing smart hygiene and more.

DIY Skincare Remedies: Budget-Friendly Ways to Treat & Soothe Skin Damage for Sensitive and Aging SkinDIY Skincare Remedies: Budget-Friendly Ways to Treat & Soothe Skin Damage for Sensitive and Aging Skin

Looking for the secret to a flawless complexion without overspending? These quick and easy skin treatments are made with all natural, affordable ingredients you can find in your own home. Keep reading for a DIY guide to beautiful, damage-free skin in any season.

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FAQs

Q: The smell of my last fragrance went bad after only a year and a half. How do I extend the life of my perfume?

A: Always keep your perfumes in a cool, dark spot that’s away from heat and direct light. But don’t hide tuck it to far away – it’s important to keep your favorite fragrances accessible so you can wear them and enjoy them as often as you’d like.

Q: I want to find a new perfume, but can’t afford to spend a lot of money. Any advice?

A: Typically, the “latest” additions to the fragrance market rarely go on sale. But, you can find better value in purchasing a gift set that features smaller sizes and better value – which are often offered during the holidays.

Q. The entire airport experience, from the crowded terminals to the flight, brings anxiety for me. Is there a homeopathic remedy that could help?

A. Studies reported by NYU Langone Medical Center suggest that inhaling the scent of lavender can minimize anxiety. To maximize effectiveness, apply a high-quality essential oil such as California Baby French Lavender Pure Oil directly on your pressure points and temples. Then, simply let the aroma work its magic as you take deep breaths and relax.

Q: I’ve heard oatmeal is great for skin. What can I do with it?

A: Oatmeal can be used in many ways to benefit your skin. By using it as an exfoliating scrub, you can treat acne, brighten skin and soothe extra dry skin from head to toe. You can use regular oatmeal from your kitchen cupboard or use colloidal oatmeal to give your scrub a little something extra.




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