Have you heard of “The Beauty Mineral”? Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a natural sulphur compound that has traditionally been used therapeutically for joint health but is gaining popularity in the beauty world as an anti-ageing supplement
Magnesium may not be the first mineral you think of when it comes to supporting the health of your skin; however, it may be the missing link you need.
Zinc is a biologically essential beauty mineral that has been used as a therapeutic agent in dermatological conditions for centuries. The skin is the third most zinc-abundant tissue in the body, so making sure you’re including this micronutrient in your diet is key to ensuring optimal skin integrity.
Tooth discoloration, enamel wear and decay are preventable and can be kept at bay with a wholesome diet, specific nutrients and a few age-old beauty practices that you can easily weave into your daily routine.
Do you experience acne, eczema or clogged pores? It may time to check in with your lymphatic system and help support it naturally.
Herbs are well known for their medicinal qualities, but they can also be a valued part of your beauty routine. Discover the beauty benefits of seven herbs: frankincense, green tea, camomile, lavender, calendula (marigold), rosemary and turmeric. Before cosmetic products existed, many cultures around the world utilised native herbs, oils, spices, mud and even insects […]
Essential fatty acids play an important role in the body’s functions but are also great for your skin. Here, the best skin foods for a glowing complexion.
Plant medicines have played a pivotal role in health care and beauty rituals around the world. Weaving traditional plant wisdom into your daily beauty routine through the food you enjoy or products you choose to apply topically can help to naturally boost your health from the inside out.
Vitamin A is a skin-loving, immune-system-boosting, reproductive-health-promoting and vision-improving vitamin that you do not want to be deficient in.
Did you know that your hair, skin and nails all contain high amounts of protein? We discover the benefits of protein for natural beauty from inside out.
Naturally, as you age, the body produces less collagen, causing changes to your skin’s structural integrity and appearance. Here’s how to boost your natural collagen levels at every age.
A naturopath-approved list of morning practices that you could weave into your daily routine to help you feel and function your best.
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