Thursday, July 8, 2010

Naturesk Skin Care Line COMING SOON!

Naturesk Hair & Skin care will be launching a brand new skin care line offering Organic Lotion and other skin care products. Please keep us in mind and look out for the new products.

The Ultra Moisturizing Body Lotion will offer you great moisturizing qualities without leaving you greasy. We guarantee, that it will last you all day long and will not cause you any skin irritation because there are no irritants in the products.

It's made with 100% organic shea butter and olive oil bases along with other quality ingredients that will help to lock in the needed moisture for your skin to help keep you moisturized all day.
Also, check out the following site: Sharon offers, great organic soaps, candles and body scrubs all made with the top quality ingredients and care. Her prices are also great!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Smooth, healthy, beautiful skin

For more than 50% of the year, we're constantly battling to keep our skin beautiful and moisturized. During the winter everything dries out, but in the summer the heat also poses a similar problem. So, how do you keep your skin really moisturized, but still healthy? I do few things to stay moisturized and healthy at the same time.

1. I try my utmost to use an organic product (not natural), organic. There really is a huge difference. Things like 100% cocoa butter, organic Shea butter, organic olive oil etc...

2. Mix my own products so I know there's nothing harmful in them... and this could be as quick or as lengthy of a process as you want it.

3. I moisturize as soon as I get out the shower before my skin get completely dry from exposure to the air. This helps to seal in the moisture remaining on your skin from your fresh shower.
Simple body oil recipe
What you need:
3 oz Sweet Almond Oil
5 oz Organic Olive Oil
5-10 drops of your favorite fragrance or essential oils.
What to do:
1. Measure & pour sweet almond oil and olive oils into a clean bottle with a spout or a pump.
2. Add the fragrance oil(s)
3. Mix together
4. Indulge your skin in your new body creation.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

You Skin - My Skin - Our Skin

It's clear, it's soft, it glows, it's supple, it's just beautiful!

Your skin is your largest organ and it's important that pay attention to your skin so it always looks its best. Afterall, your skin is really what people see, whether on your face or another part of your body. So, make sure you always take very good care of it. Get to know what your skin needs.

The biggest favor you could do for your skin is to drink lots of water. Eating a healthy diet is also very important to maintain healthy wonderful looking skin.
The next thing you should find out is what type of skin you have, so you know exactly how to take care of it and what works.
Until next time...
Read on and learn away...
Ms. Naturesk

It's been a while

Hey everybody, it's been a while since I've made a post. I promise I will be better at bringing you the info you want.

My blog was created for healthy hair & skin care help and information. So far, I've brought you info on hair. I'm going to switch it up a little to introduce some skin care info, this way there is a balance and we could have both skin care and hair care discussions.

So, we'll be talking hair & skin!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

How's your hair holding up for this winter?

I know all of my friends in the mid-west and north-east are completely over this cold weather and the abundance of snow they had over the last few months. Even in other regions of the country the winter had it's effect. Our skin and hair is thirsty, it's begging for moisture and protection... so make sure you do moisturize and protect. Here are some simple things that will get your hair through this winter and other winters to come.

1. Use a moisturizing shampoo.

2. Use a deep conditioner that leaves your hair soft & full of elasticity. Don't forget your leave-in conditioner - I like Redken Smooth Down Detangling Cream. It detangles, moisturizes and helps with frizz.

3. Use a light moisturizer daily or at least 2-3 times a week. Of course you would know how much your hair needs.

4. Be weary of hats, scarves & turtlenecks that are made of wool. They can cause hair to get caught in it & cause breakage. Try using silk instead.

5. Avoid hair styles that leave your hair in the open, flying freely. Instead, try putting into a bun or pony tail, and tuck in the ends.

6. Air dry or roller set your hair. Really try to stay away from blow dryers. The air is already really dry during this time of year and our hair really needs as much moisture as possible.

Until next time