A. A basic moisturizing lotion will work in a pinch, but it’s a good idea to remember that our skin’s needs change as we age. What we used in our teens and 20s won’t work as well when we’re in our 30s and 40s. SkinCeuticals Daily Moisture is ideal for protecting normal or oily skin. It’s a lightweight moisturizer that hydrates and nourishes skin, with ginger and cinnamon to help reduce pore size without leaving a greasy feeling.
A. There are a variety of at-home tanning kits, ranging from sprays to lotions to wipes. The Dr. Michelle Copeland Sunless Tanning Kit helps you look like you’ve just spent the day at the beach, minus the damage from the sun’s rays. It includes lotion for exfoliating first and ensures that you’ll get a long-lasting tan with the added benefits of antioxidants and SPF 15.
A. Working Mother recommends the GoSMILE On the Go Teeth Whitening Pen. This pen conveniently stashes in your purse or desk at work, so you can discreetly whiten your teeth anywhere. It’s easy to use; just brush it on like you’re brushing your teeth. Use twice daily for a week and you’ll see noticeable results.
A: Try Phyto Phytophanere Dietary Supplement for Hair Nails and Skin, a dietary supplement made with natural ingredients like wheat germ oil and borage seed oil to increase hair density.
A: Most salons still use traditional hair dyes and shampoos, which typically contain synthetic chemicals that are potentially harmful to both our bodies and the earth. However, according to Scientific American, eco-friendly salons are becoming more commonplace across the country. Try searching the web for “green hair salons” in your area, or check the websites of natural hair care brands to find salons that carry those products. If there are no green salons near you, take the initiative by encouraging your local salons to begin using greener practices.
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