Skin Care for Teens

Root Whole Body organic skin care

When most of us were teenagers, we had more important things to think about than our skin care regimen.  Sure, we might have spent plenty of time in front of the mirror, but we weren’t necessarily dutifully cleansing, using a toner, moisturizing and peeling once a week.  Maybe you dipped into your mom’s products now and then.  But, if you …

Carrots at Face Value

Root Whole Body detox + cleansing, food + nutrition, organic skin care

Carrots. Despite their bright orange color, crispy crunch, sweetness unleashed upon perfect cooking, some people hate them.  It seems strange to me (maybe some people were attacked by bunnies in their past lives?) but there are several online forums on the subject, an “I Hate Carrots” Facebook page, and several mediocre YouTube videos on the subject. Here’s one.  Here’s another …

Teaching Beach Bums New Tricks

Root Whole Body healing + injury prevention, organic skin care

As some of you may recall from a previous post, I’ve recently discovered the wonders of moisturizer.  My skin is thanking me by being more radiant and throwing fewer temper tantrums in the form of break-outs.  I’ve been falling in love with skin care, enjoying the delicious sensations of bumpy exfoliants, cooling toners, and sweet, creamy moisturizers.  Now that it’s …

LED Light Therapy Series

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    Acne?  Hormonal Breakouts?  Rosacea?  Age spots?  Lines and wrinkles? It’s spring, a time for new beginnings.  Get started on your journey to the clear complexion you deserve with an LED Light Therapy Series.  Developed by dermatologists, this light pulsation technology is truly rejuvenating.  The blue light destroys bacteria.  The red light encourages collagen production.  The result?  A smoother …

Beautiful Berries, Beautiful Skin

Root Whole Body food + nutrition, organic skin care

Seasons are nice because there is always something to look forward to. I’m tired of putting raisins in my yogurt. But, if this year is going to be anything like any of the other years I’ve experienced (and I suspect it will) I don’t suppose I have too much to worry about. Berry season will come. The pumpkins came, the …