While most consumers understand the importance of products like cleansers, serums, and balms as necessities in their daily regimens, far too often we hear from people who aren’t using any type of facial mist. For some, facial mists seem like more of a feel-good product versus an essential component of a skincare regimen. While there are certainly types of facial mists out there that may fall into the feel-good category, our facial elixirs are so much more and are crucial for optimal skin health.
According to one survey from the U.K., women change their hairstyles about 150 times over the course of a lifetime. However many times you make the change, it’s likely that coloring is a part of the process.
Our skin, this moist envelope of our soul, is a living, breathing, and regenerating tissue. This miraculous medium is the real estate coveted by every cosmetic that aims to penetrate pores, solve insecurities, and systematize skin types. And yet, glowing, radiant skin evades so many.
Advanced medical technology allows doctors to effortlessly explore the intricate workings of the body with tools such as 3-D body images, brain function scans, and genomic testing. Even so, the yoni remains shrouded with little medical study. This information-limitation fortifies the blushful whispers and silences that envelop the mystery and the mission of Yoniland. The anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of female sexual responsiveness and mind-yoni connectedness still confound medical doctors, psychologists, and researchers… as well as many of our partners.
Der Geruch von frischen Sanddornbeeren Ende September beim Radfahren durch die Dünen der niederländischen Küste… ich bin mir nicht sicher, wie ich diese nasenkitzelnde Mischung aus frischen, prickelnden und zitronigen Noten, die in der Luft schwebt, am besten beschreiben kann.