HiBeautiful: Anti-Aging Health Skin Care Products & More

Conscious Skincare

We’ve been on a mission to find quality, organic and environmentally-friendly products to offer you. We’re pretty picky, and during our search, we found a wonderful line called Conscious Skincare. Here’s the skinny on them and their products. About Conscious Skincare Conscious Skincare is an exciting and vibrant new company from Wales, U.K. offering carefully created and designed products to benefit all skin types. They use the latest scientific discoveries from nature to create a skin boosting product range. Years…
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Lunasea Botanicals

We’ve worked long and hard scouring resources to find quality organic and environmentally-friendly products bring to you. And, we’ve tested them. Our fussiness has paid off in finding Lunasea Botanicals. Here’s the scoop on them and their products. About Lunasea Botanicals Lunasea Botanicals’ is an all-natural, organic and handmade bath, body and skincare line that is formulated by a certified herbalist.  That means, their products smell fantastic! Enjoy the healing effects of aromatherapy while cleansing, toning and firming your skin….
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Skin Benefits of Raw Honey

Before my wedding, I broke out all over my face–a bride’s worst nightmare. I immediately went to a local spa which offers natural product facials for help. Knowing I had days before the big event, the aesthetician recommended I use raw honey to gently heal my acne. This sounded too bizarre to be true, so I asked her a ton of questions and then decided to try it. It should be noted that not all honey is created equal. Most…
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Astara Golden Flame Hydration Mask: Product Review

A mask that you don’t wash off and absorbs cleanly, it’s here.  Astara’s Golden Flame Hydration Mask is one of six masks offered by the natural skin care company and is perfect for all skin types. This golden gel provides deep hydration for dry, stressed skin by delivering essentials oils and vitamins into the skin, giving the complexion an extra boost of moisture. The Golden Flame Hydration Mask contains Hyaluronic acid, which attracts water like a magnet to your cells….
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Essential Oils in Skin Care

Essential oils are used regularly for their aromatherapy benefits, but they can also be used in skincare. Not only will you reap the benefits of soothing the mind with aromatherapy, many essential oils clear blemishes, tone, balance and moisturize the skin. The skin is the largest organ in the body, and treating it with pure, natural ingredients, such as essential oils, is a great way to keep skin looking and feeling its best. Here are some beneficial essential oils for…
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Four Powerful Facial Oils for Skin

Facial oils can be an amazing addition to your skin care toolbox. Oils penetrate and deliver pure plant ingredients to the skin without diluting them with water or other additives. Here are some oils that work wonders on all types of skin.   Pomegranate Seed Oil Pomegranate seed oil revitalizes dull or mature skin, assists in smoothing wrinkles and soothes minor skin irritations. Without moisture, wrinkles become more abundant and pronounced, the skin looks tight and lacks luster. This little…
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Want to Try Facial Oils? Here’s the Skinny

While looking for ways to incorporate facial oils into my daily skincare routine, I was surprised to learn that facial oils do not clog pores, contrary to what I had thought. They penetrate the skin much like a serum, absorbing cleanly without residue, so they don’t clog your pores. Don’t be afraid to use them generously as they can be an asset to almost any skincare routine. Facial oils penetrate and deliver natural plant ingredients to the skin, creating more…
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Nature’s Miracle: Tamanu Oil

The Tamanu tree is typically found in the Pacific and Asian Tropical regions, and the oil produced by mechanically crushing the dried nuts has multiple uses—both medicinal and beauty-related—exhibiting amazing properties. Tamanu Oil is extremely healing because in addition to possessing many antioxidants, it is antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory. Research shows that Tamanu Oil is a strong anti-inflammatory and for that reason, it is used for rheumatism, eczema and other inflammatory skin conditions. The oil also helps skin regenerate…
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Clark’s Botanicals Deep Moisture Mask: Product Review

If your skin is seriously parched, this might be the moisture cream for you. I recently tried Clark’s Botanicals Deep Moisture Mask in the hopes of giving my skin some much needed TLC. The product has a thick and creamy consistency. The mask has a wonderfully light smell and is cool to the touch; just placing my fingers in the jar for the first time made me want to put it all over my face. Clark’s touts their Deep Moisture…
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Homemade Dry Skin Masks: How Do They Compare?

Making your own skin care products can be a great way to save time and money, and we have been busy comparing the homemade, natural facial masks to store-bought ones. So, is it worth the blending and mixing to make skin care products at home? We wanted to find out with a couple of masks for dry skin. Yogurt & Honey Mask Mix plain yogurt with a tablespoon of honey. Leave on for 20-25 min and wash off with warm…
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Body Scrubs: Which One is Right for You?

Has your skin become rough and lackluster? If so, get your skin summer ready by using a body scrub once a week. Scrubs are an easy way to enhance your natural glow by removing dead skin cells leaving soft, supple skin. But, with so many on the market, which one is right for you? Let’s help you break it down: Sugar Scrubs Gentler than salt, sugar scrubs are a good choice for those with sensitive skin. They also dissolve easily…
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Homemade Masks For Dry Skin – Avocados, Honey & More!

If you are looking for a few easy-to-make masks with ingredients that are right in your kitchen – look no further! We have compiled a few masks formulated especially for dry skin that will leave you soft, subtle and exfoliated. For dry, flaky skin you will want to peel off the dead skin on the top layer in order to moisturize the newer skin below. Read our post on At-Home Facial Peels for more thorough instructions or you may use…
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Hyperpigmentation & Age Spots: What They Are & How To Cure Them

I have done extensive research and lectures on Hyperpigmentation and when it comes right down to it, sun spots, age spots and pregnancy mask are just different names for those annoying brown patches that appear the surface of the skin. While these brown patches may differ in appearance from person to person, the root cause is the same. What causes the spots? In simple terms; within the skin, hair and eyes there are cells called the Melonocytes; these cells produce…
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Aminogenesis DermaScyne 2: Product Review

I broke away from my beloved Aminogenesis Photolagen-AGF to try out the new, premiere Aminogenesis product, DermaScyne 2. Aminogenesis claims DermaScyne 2 will increase collagen production by 400%. That’s one hefty claim and, after the miraculous job Photolagen-AGF did on my skin, it was a tall order to fill. I used DermaScyne regularly for 6 weeks, but I didn’t see any difference in my skin as compared to when I was using Photolagen-AGF. It wasn’t as plumping to the skin….
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Aminogenesis Cocoon: Product Review

When I heard the word Cocoon, I pictured a thick, heavy cream. I discovered that Aminogenesis means something entirely different: the name cocoon is illustrative of this lotion’s moisturizing abilities and its ability to reveal the soft, supple skin underneath. Aminogenesis Cocoon is the original product of the Aminogenesis line. It’s a white, fairly light lotion that contains 17 amino acids. It’s an excellent moisturizer that doesn’t make your skin feel sticky or leave a residue, and it absorbs very…
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Does Aminogenesis Really Work?

I am a big fan of the entire Aminogenesis Skin Care line. The products are moisturizing; they’re mostly in serum form, meaning they’re pure and easy for your skin to absorb; and fabulous at fighting aging. The entire line is built upon peptides (also called amino acids/proteins) which are natural building-blocks for the skin. They draw moisture to the cells and help with repair. Vitamin C and peptides are the essential beginnings to any skin care routine. (Check out I’m…
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Aminogenesis Photolagen-AGF: Product Review

I wish Aminogenesis Photolagen well-known because more people should be using it. Deeply moisturizing, light and extremely effective, I recommend this product to most of our clients. Aminogenesis Photolagen-AGF is amino acids, the natural building blocks of the skin that work to moisturize. (Two or more amino acids linked together is a peptide.) Photolagen is a gel-like serum. Serums don’t sit on the skin like most lotions. As a serum, the amino acids actually penetrate the skin and attract moisture…
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Why Using A Serum vs. A Lotion Matters

If you have problematic or slightly imperfect skin, this topic is something you probably don’t think about often, but could make the biggest difference in your skin. The major difference between the two: – Serums are liquids that cleanly absorb into the skin – Lotions, sit ON the skin Obviously, not all products are the same so the consistency varies, but in general, these rules hold trus. Many drugstore lotions also tend to contain parabens. Parabens are essentially petroleum, and…
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