Named after the Italian island Sardinina, sardines are definitely the herring family's hippest and healthiest member. A frequent ingredient in Mediterranean and Italian cooking, they offer a briny, salty burst of flavor that enriches many a dish.
Baby, it's cold outside! The holidays may be over, but dry, itchy winter skin is still in full effect. With less moisture in the air, there is less moisture in our skin, and sadly, indoor heat can be just as dehydrating.
Itchy skin is a common complaint this time of year. In most cases, the itching can be attributed to dry skin but there can be several other reasons for itching. The following five questions may help you get to the cause of your itching.
If you've covered up your scaly skin and hid your unpainted toenails over the last few months, it's time to face the truth. You've neglected the parts you can hide and now it's time for a Winter Beauty Retreat.
Now that the really cold weather has arrived, many of us are experiencing dry, itchy winter skin. These five easy steps can help heal dry skin, renew it and leave soft, supple, beautiful skin during these rough winter months.
The winter months are upon us, and so now's the time to think differently about the way you care for your skin. You can easily beat the cold-weather doldrums by taking control of your skin care -- and you'll look better, too!