If you follow me on Twitter, you may or may not have seen me rant and rave about my jade roller. Where ever I go she goes. This precious little tool not only looks awesome on my nightstand, but it offers incomparable benefits. If you've ever considered getting one of these bad boys, DO IT. If microneedling is too invasive for you, try this alternative for relieving stress in your face, depuffing, rolling out wrinkles, and clearing out toxins!
Matcha has been used in Japan for a variety of purposes for centuries, but is really taking off in Western cultures as of late. Matcha tea is a popular drink, and Matcha powder is an increasingly used additive for smoothies and baking.
Matcha is great for your insides, but guess what! It’s also healthy for your outsides! It turns out Matcha powder can be used in all sorts of ways for beauty and skin care. Keep reading to find out the awesome benefits.
Commonly found in Asian and European areas, the sea buckthorn berry is packed with nearly 200 nutrients, making it a powerhouse supplement for health, wellness, and beauty. While the herb has been used for over 13 centuries in Tibetan, Mongolian, and Greek cultures, only recently have modern research unveiled the science behind sea buckthorn berries. We just learned about this oil and have used it personally and reaped the benefits of it! Keep on reading to find out more!
The oil has been in existence for over 6,000 years. As per certain sources, the Europeans had used the oil to treat diseases related to the eye and skin. We love to use it on the skin as it is easily absorbed. Continue reading to find out why we love this so much!
Vitamin E oil is derived from vitamin E and can be applied directly to the skin, or added to lotions, creams, and gels. Many supporters of vitamin E oil argue that it is a potent antioxidant, but research on its benefits is mixed.
The name "rosehip" can be slightly misleading. Rosehip seed oil doesn't actually come from a rose or a rosebud. Instead, rosehip seed oil is the result of extracting the oils from a small bright-red berry-like seed pod of two types of wild roses—Rosa moschata or Rosa rubiginosa. Rosehip is an especially potent healing plant, and the studies prove it. Keep re
Glycerin, also called glycerol, can be used on all types of skin including oily skin. It is used to treat many oily skin conditions, like acne, skin infections, wrinkles and fine lines. Glycerin attracts moisture onto your skin which is why it is considered a humectant. Glycerin is an emollient, making skin not only oist, but soft and supple to the touch. Glycerin in lotions or other skin care products can help prvent or combat dry skin
Aloe vera has been used for a host of purposes since the ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality.” Aloe vera is a cactus plant that belongs to the Liliaceae family. It grows in dry climates such as those found in parts of Africa and India and has been used medicinally for centuries. Aloe leaves secrete a clear gel that when broken off from the rest of the plant that can be applied topically to heal wounds and soothe skin. Keep reading to find out why we use this plant in our products.
Witch hazel is a plant native to North America and parts of Asia that has been used for centuries for its skin soothing properties. You’ve probably noticed witch hazel extract in the list of ingredients in many beauty and health products as it has many benefits. If I could bathe in witch hazel I would, it's honestly my favorite ingredient. To learn more about this beauty, keep on reading!
Olive oil, which is made by pressing olives and extracting their oil, comes in many different forms and has many uses. Many of us have olive oil handy in our cupboards but did you know that it's not only good for your food, but you can also use it on your skin?Keep reading to find out how you can have olive oil turn you and your skin into a Mediterranean God/Goddess.
Here at Take Care, we believe confidence, beauty and self love should come naturally. We hope to inspire these feelings in others by helping with the first thing people look at when they see you, your skin.