Sleep Better, Live Better: How Sleep Impacts Longevity and Weight Loss
The quest for longevity — the aspiration to extend life beyond the average — has always fascinated us. Ultimately, large parts of longevity are out of our control; genetics and environmental factors will play a role in our lifespans. However, modern science and medicine continue to give us more insights into how our lifestyle choices interplay with other factors in determining longevity.read more
Can sex really improve your skin?
Sex doesn’t just make you feel good in the moment, it can have long-ranging repercussions for your overall physical and mental health. And nowhere does that show more clearly than on your skin. Orgasming regularly releases important hormones that regulate sleep, reduce stress, and heal cells from the inside-out, meaning you look as good as you feel.read more
5 surprisingly ancient skincare ingredients
Many surprising skincare ingredients are as old as time. While the ancients might not have understood why an ingredient worked, they understood cause and effect when they used it. Modern science has let us see what is happening in our skin at a cellular level, and revealing the truth about ancient skincare ingredients.read more
Does mitochondria hold the secret to youthful looking skin?
The secret to healthy, youthful-looking skin lies at the smallest cellular level, with mitochondria. The more we can protect our mitochondria from damage, the better our cells function.read more
Side Hustle vs. Entrepreneurship
When it comes to women, the gig economy falls short of what they need and solo entrepreneurship is often too hefty an investment. Instead, women are investing in new endeavors more suited to their lifestyle.read more
Top 10 tips for getting healthy, glowing skin this winter
This winter doesn’t have to be bad for your skin. By making a few simple changes to your products and routine, you can give it the nourishment it needs to glow all winter long.read more
Best Kept Anti-aging and Skincare Secret — Cellular Turnover
Explorers and philosophers have searched for centuries for the mythical Fountain of Youth to cure or reverse the effects of aging. The secret to our aging process is in the dust you might have noticed collecting on your furniture. As surprising as it may seem, most of that dust is made up of shed skin cells, which we lose in a process known as cellular turnover.read more