Do you have a morning routine? Most of us do. Whether it means a fresh pot of coffee and the New York Times crossword puzzle, a sunrise jog around the neighborhood, or a simple boiled egg and toast (or all of the above), it's a great way of establishing the template for a good day.
Raise your hand if you're dealing with way too many bottles of beauty goo on your vanity and in your cabinets. You're definitely not the only one. First of all, it's hard to say goodbye to a partially used product that you spent your money on. Even if you didn't really like it that much or haven't reached for it in months (maybe even years). Also, it's super tempting to buy new goodies, which means you have the dilemma of amassment sans purging. We called in some organizational pros to help you declutter your beauty loot in six straightforward steps.
Whether you made fitness a new year's resolution or simply want to up your game, getting into your groove and finding that momentum is key. A concise, specific, simple strategy is step number one. From there, you can work on conjuring that excitement to sweat it out. And while we're not saying you have to buy all the latest and greatest gadgets to find said excitement, looking forward to using or wearing a particular product can definitely help. That said, consider treating yourself to one or two of the 11 items in this roundup.
CBD has recently gained much popularity as a natural remedy. It's everywhere these days, for good reason: it's seriously good for you. We've recently been turned on to Dr. Sebi's Cell Food, an herbal wellness brand that's announced a new range of high-quality, full-spectrum hemp and CBD products, made using natural whole-plant-matter and hemp seed oil.
There are so many new product launches in the beauty industry that you can start to feel fatigued by it all. But every once in a while, a product drops that captures your attention and gives you those 'bout to get glam warm and fuzzies. That's exactly how I felt when I learned about Opte, a literal "digital skin printer." I'll get into all the details in a second, but spoiler alert: it works.