You don't have to be a mad scientist to know all about skin care ingredients, but you do need to be aware of labels and what to look for when shopping.
Tea—green, black, white, and red—is making its way from the cup into beauty products. Rich in antioxidants with anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, green tea is the most popular tea in skincare, but interest in other varieties is brewing.
For some, summer marks the season for showing off all the healthy choices you've made.
Do you ever feel completely drained out after reaching home from the office? Have you ever craved for an energy drink that could rejuvenate your senses and refresh your mind? Finding the right energy drink at the right moment is not difficult for a working
While scientists still haven't confirmed or debunked every health perk tea makers may claim, researchers have linked tea-drinking with some overall health benefits.
The same antioxidant-packed fruits and veggies that boost your health can also do wonders for your skin. and hair.
Four supplements for healthy skin, hair and nails.
Nutrients that nourish the scalp and follicles can prevent thinning and hair loss and may promote new hair growth. Try these seven foods—and stop the shedding.