Coconuts. This nifty bowling ball of a fruit is used as a cooking oil, on toast, in coffeee, and even on skin! With so many seemingly great options for coconut use, why does it get a bad name from skeptics? Let's Break It Down: CON #1: They are high in saturated fats. This is true! However, they aren't the same kinds of saturated fats that you'd find in cheese for instance. These fats are metabolized differently by the body. They go straight on through to the liver, where they are used as a
The thigh gap is the perfect example of everything wrong with the unrealistic physical expectations we impose on young women in their quest to be beautiful. It's not bad enough that we make them believe that the only way they'll ever be valuable is to be beautiful, but we make that beautiful practically impossible.We make natural, simple health and beauty products packaged with the message that you are already everything you need, you don't need everyone to love you because there is nothing that
Many people I encounter openly balk at the notion of using oil blends to combat their oily skin. As their wheels begin turning, I see the skepticism mounting and their eyes searching for the lunacy they know must be hiding under my "knowledgeable" facade. The oil cleansing concept is actually quite simple. When we have oily skin, our skin is producing too much oil, causing a build-up of sebaceous secretions in the pores, leading to enlarged pores, pimples, and acne. When our skin is too dry,
At Hippie Skin, we are passionate about addressing the unrealistic expectations the beauty industry places on women in their quest to be beautiful, and we aim to inspire true beauty from within with synergistic oil blends and simple, sustainable skin care.