Fashion + Beauty
Like a lot of things in our modern lives, renting your clothing is much more complicated than simply purchasing a subscription and instantly gaining access to the season’s most stand-out styles and key trends.
Why should you give your skin some love post-burn? Besides providing some comfort during a very uncomfortable time, by caring for your burn, you can support faster healing and lessen some of the damage done.
I had given up on perfumes because of the migraines and the overwhelming fragrances. I loved it, and it broke my heart to leave those pretty bottles behind. Until Skylar pulled me back in.
These days, you could say the plant-based and non-toxic beauty industry is, well, blooming. Keeping your skin and body glowing with nature-based ingredients is easier than ever.
The first day of summer is just 21 short days away – but if you’re anything like us, you’ve been counting down for months now, looking forward to lazy days at the beach, long bike rides, ice cream and of course, breezy summer fashion.
If you’ve ever lived with a post-exercise knot in your back, sore muscle, or issue with your skin, you know what a relief getting a treatment from an expert can be.
We’re sharing a quick and easy DIY to create your very own lip and cheek balm. Free of any nasty oils, this simple balm is filled with only the good stuff, and when applied to lips and cheeks, adds hydration and a dewy look that’s perfect for summer.
It’s like Ulta for crunchy chicks. Meet the online store that’s changing the face of the beauty shop with clean products conscious babes can get behind.
The second biggest fashion retailer in the world has taken big strides to make fast fashion more sustainable — but is it enough in one of the most notoriously unsustainable industries in the world?
Snail slime, lanolin (aka sheep sebum… yes, really), and – not to really creep you out – but even your own blood are just a few of the very strange starring ingredients in the latest and maybe-not-greatest beauty treatments and products out there.
Launched in 2014 by founder and CEO (and former Wall Street investment banker), Priscilla Tsai, Cocokind was created with women in mind. A hormonal acne sufferer herself, Tsai began her journey to Cocokind first as a consumer, in a situation all too familiar to many of us: when she wasn’t satisfied with the efficacy of the prescription treatments prescribed to her, she looked towards nature for some answers.