Hale Cosmeceuticals performs extensive R & D to formulate our products that, no doubt, are staples in your skincare routine. But, there are some natural remedies and applications that can enhance your skincare regimen for optimal results. Among these natural skincare powerhouses is witch hazel.
What Is Witch Hazel?
Witch hazel is a plant extract from the witch hazel or hamamelis plant, which is native to North America. Witch hazel has been used for centuries to relieve pain and swelling, and more recent research tells us why—it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory. Witch hazel is also an antioxidant. And these properties together deliver some amazing skin health benefits. Continue reading 5 Skin Benefits of Witch Hazel
An apple a day can do more than keep the doctor away. An apple a day can keep wrinkles at bay, too! That’s right! Apples are packed with skin health-boosting nutrients that have the potential to repair cellular damage and maintain skin firmness and elasticity for a more youthful appearance.
The Nutritional Profile of Apples
If you eat one large apple (an apple with a diameter of 3.25” or greater, which most of them in the produce section are), you will consume: Continue reading The Skin-y Reason You Should Eat an Apple a Day
While scientists are working on genetic modification to eliminate aging, the rest of us must still face the reality that aging happens. But you do not have to resign yourself to sagging, wrinkled skin, and in fact, you shouldn’t. Here’s why:
Antioxidant Skin Care Can Reduce Oxidative Stress
Oxidative stress is a term used to describe the stress your cells and intercellular matrix are under by Continue reading The Top 2 Reasons You Need Antioxidant Skin Care
With the attention that antioxidants get, very few people know what they actually are and why they’re so important. Including antioxidants in your regular diet is a key aspect of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and keeping your youthful appearance. They’re produced naturally by your body, but those are to balance out the free radicals that are formed during natural processes. What about those you’re exposed to? Continue reading Antioxidants—They Matter!