Antioxidant-packed (as well as a joy for the senses), a steaming cup of pine needle tea is a beautiful way to harmonize your body with the seasons. Here at Iremia Skincare, we love finding new ways to promote tranquility and health in our daily routines — because taking care of our minds and bodies is taking care of our skin, too.
Aromatherapy is a holistic healing modality that uses essential oils to promote health and well-being. It assists in our natural ability to heal and recover from stress and illness by promoting relaxation. With the wide array of potential health benefits of aromatherapy, let’s look at a few simple ways you can incorporate essential oils into your daily life to encourage a sense of calm, in body, mind, and spirit.
Sea buckthorn oil is a powerhouse skincare ingredient that will help keep your skin glowing, healthy and strong. Loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that provide a multitude of health benefits, sea buckthorn is deeply therapeutic and beneficial for all skin needs, including sensitive and acne-prone skin.
We know that less is more for your skin. This includes the number of ingredients in your products as well as the number of products you use on a daily basis.But did you know that you can alsodo too much to your skin?
The autumn harvest is overflowing with nutrient-dense food to help support the health of your skin from within. At Iremia Skincare, we believe that skin health is holistic health - it’s not just about what you put on your skin, but that healthy skin also depends on how we nourish our bodies. Whether you’re slowing down with quiet meals for one, or leaning into the season by feeding your loved ones, try incorporating the following nutrient-packed autumnal foods to help you feel - and look - your best.
Black oat extract is a beautiful and concentrated way to harness the many benefits of the black oat plant, all with the goal of supporting healthy skin. One of the best skin moisturizers available, black oat is one of the many ways that nature reminds us that we are provided for and protected, inside and out.
Your minimalist skincare routine doesn’t begin when you apply products to your skin: knowing how to store your natural products can make a big difference not only in how well your products work, but also how long they last.