As we all get back to school, a slightly more active schedule and shorter days – its time to grab onto those last few days of summer before. Fall officially begins the September the 22nd.
September is the official National Skin Care Awareness Month, not to be confused with May which is the National Cancer Awareness month. This declaration is designed to help draw attention to skin health and care.
So what is ageless beauty?
The dictionary states that Ageless Beauty is an adjective. not aging or appearing to age. lasting forever; eternal; undying: the ageless beauty of Greek sculpture.
Less is More
The trend towards a more minimal approach to beauty has been steadily increasing for years but since Covid-19 this “more natural” approach has become mainstream and far reaching.
With most schools choosing to do online study and those who can continuing to work from home it feels like Fall is going to be much like Spring relative to COVID-19.
Most women these days aspire to look beautiful.
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.