Salt therapy is similar to the charcoal skincare craze in that it is not exactly new but it is currently very trendy. Salt rooms and spas are popping up all over the place, promising relief from respiratory ailments and common skin afflictions like eczema and psoriasis. Individual sessions are typically affordable for most people, averaging between $30 and $75 for a session, which may range from 20 minutes to a full hour. However, salt therapy “practitioners” recommend regular visits, meaning you could be paying more than $1500 per year if you adhere to a weekly schedule.
So, is it worth it? Does salt therapy really live up to its claims? Continue reading Does Salt Therapy Live up to its Claims?
Green tea is largely considered a superfood because of all its health benefits. But not all green tea is created equal. While drinking traditionally steeped green tea can improve your health, concentrated matcha packs even more potent doses of green tea’s health-boosting compounds. And when it comes to skin health, here’s what matcha delivers: Continue reading 4 Skin Benefits of Matcha
There’s only so much that even advanced skincare products can do if you’re not feeding your skin the right stuff from the inside. For those looking for ways to boost the skin-friendliness of your diet, then add walnuts (in moderation, of course). Here’s why: Continue reading Why Walnuts Should Be Part of Your Skin-Healthy Diet