It’s finally summertime and it seems like we are all getting a double dose of heat and sun. Coming out of isolation and into the outdoors can be tricky for your skin.
I’m sure your asking yourself, why is a beauty blogger writing about the fourth of July? For me, that’s easy – because beauty at Amalie is more than how you look, it’s about character, your soul, how you
Skin irritation of any sort is no fun but eczema is in a league of its own. It’s estimated that over 35 million American’s have eczema – that’s about 1-3% of adults, and 10-20% of children.
Hot weather actually changes your skin. The heat can lead to water loss and dehydration which in turn can cause skin to feel irritated, red and dry. Along with the heat you need to be aware of sun damage and protection.
Let’s face it, Mom’s rule! They are and always have been one of the most important people in most people’s lives. They bring us into the world, nurture, teach, support and love us in a way that only Moms can.
In these uncertain times it’s hard to even imagine what the future might look like but we should try to plan for it.
Somehow in the middle of all of the bad, frightening and confusing news about Covid-19, mother nature has been able to give us hope – better known as Spring. Spring is a time of rebirth & renewal.
For many of us we are on our third week of sheltering in place and we are likely experiencing a long list of new feelings. If you happen to live alone you may be struggling with loneliness.
I went to do my weekly grocery trip today and the store was in panic mode. No parking, empty shelves, long lines and a sense of desperation.