Did you know that some foods have the power to protect your skin from sun damage, hydrate the dermis from within, slow signs of aging and even reduce your risk of skin cancer? Here are 10 skin-protective foods to stock up on so you can enjoy sun-drenched days without the wrinkles (or worse).
Glowing skin and glossy hair don’t just come from bottles or jars. The truth is, you have to nourish hair, nails and skin from within with a clean diet rich in beauty-supportive nutrients. Here, we uncover the very best beauty foods.
Lisa Shanken, a health and nutrition coach and music festival lover, is bringing her two passions together to help festival goers get the most out of their experiences. This summer, Shanken will be traveling to different festivals to lead workshops that focus on eating right and exercising to keep revelers feeling their best. Shanken shares tips to help you stay hydrated and energized – from the road trip to the event to the very last chord.
Learn how to make your own personal care products with CE contributor Kathrin Brunner. From coconut oil as a makeup remover to green tea as a toner, Brunner has the tips you need to stay beautiful and toxin-free.
Luxury meets sustainability at the spectacular Terranea resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
Zen out and relax your mind, body and spirit using this aromatherapy floral bath soak that’s easy to make at home. Soothing essential rose and ylang ylang oils are romantic and calming. The French pink clay is cleansing, detoxifying and mild enough for all skin types, plus it gives the salts a pretty pink hue.
Gluten-free, vegan baking queen and owner of the well-loved Erin McKenna's Bakery franchise (formerly known as BabyCakes) with outposts in New York, LA and Orlando, Florida, Erin McKenna talks inspiration, challenges and her competition.
Whether you’re in a big metropolis or a tiny town, producer markets are popping up all over the country in spades. Clean Eating’s culinary travel writer Peter Agostinelli reveals our top 50. Here are America’s best local food dealers (listed by state, not rank).
Have a spa day at home. Exfoliating is often overlooked, but it’s a necessary step in keeping skin looking clear and radiant. With this invigorating and moisturizing face and body scrub, you’ll be nourishing your skin with nothing but the good stuff!
These homemade candles cost just $5 each! Using natural essential oil for fragrance and toxin-free, plant-based soy wax means that even your gift giving will be clean and sustainable. Try this fun and easy DIY project that we promise anyone can pull off.