Lines and wrinkles and grays OH MY! Big time bummer! It started for me when I turned 30, but my aunt was completely silver by the time she was old enough to drink at a bar. Hair color changes as we age, turning gray and then white through a process called achromotrichia. We’re all going to go through it. By the age of 40, nearly 50% of Americans have some wiry strands that seem to have a mind of their own. Some people are actually born with gray hair because of a genetic quirk. So get ready for the inevitable with this roundup of products that can help keep your tresses looking youthful and vibrant.
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Cleopatra is just one of many gorgeous women throughout the ages who knew about the benefits of honey. The natural healing agents found in honey contain a variety of enzymes and antioxidants that form an antiseptic barrier, protecting your skin. Antibacterial agents help ward off toxins that can cause the skin to age prematurely. And it’s good for acne, too. Because honey allows the skin to regenerate soft and supple new layers, it’s used in cleansers, creams, shampoos, shower gels and other beauty products.
We’ve done some research and found some nifty items that will let you show the world your sweet side.
Hello, little ball of goodness. The first time I met an Evolution Of Smooth Lip Balm it was beckoning to me from an end-cap in my neighborhood drugstore. The cute and colorful spheres grabbed my attention and the product description sealed the deal. The 95% organic, 100% natural lippie contains vitamin E, shea butter and jojoba oil and is free of parabens, petrolatum, phthalates and gluten.
EOS Lip Balm comes in great flavors with brightly colored packaging to match. Pick from summer fruit, lemon drop SPF 15, strawberry sorbet, honeysuckle honeydew, medicated tangerine (boosted with zinc and vitamins) and sweet mint. EOS is easy to find at the bottom of a bag and easy to apply.