holistic-beauty-trend-treatments-to-try-header-2For a holistic approach to your beauty regimen, try these trends and treatments.

Whether you're lounging by the pool in summer or pushing through cold winds in winter, it can be difficult to follow through with all of your beauty habits. Some come natural and others are bought in the store. Check out these trends and treatments that will provide your skin and hair plenty of natural loving! 

5 Holistic Beauty Trends and Treatments 


Shea Butter

Shea butter has always been a secret ingredient and household item. It’s been used since the beginning of time. Now, it should be used more than ever. Shea butter is hydrating and healing to itchy, wrinkly, blemished and sunburned skin. If you have any wounds on the skin that are hard to get rid of, even stretch marks, eczema, insect bites, or akin allergies, it’s great to use.


Argan Oil

Argan oil is the new ingredient that’s been spotted in everything from shampoo to body lotion - it’s a craze for a reason! For those who have unruly curly to frizzy hair or live in dry climates, this is great. It’s an excellent moisturizer because it contains fatty acids, minerals, antioxidants and vitamins. The end result is moisture, softness, and sun protection for both the face and hair.


Olive Oil

Olive oil isn’t just good for cooking healthier. Grab a bottle of natural olive oil at the grocery store and it'll help change your hair forever. Applying olive oil to the hair’s ends can repair damaged hair as well as be a natural heat protectant. 

Camu Camu 

Camu camu is a unique fruit, a superfruit if you will, found in the Amazon forest. The berry is a potent antioxidant and form of Vitamin C that benefits the skin. It helps smooth lines in the face, firm skin, as well as heal damaged skin by retaining moisture.


Palm Oil

Palm oil is packed with beta-carotenes and elements that make up vitamin E, all beneficial to the skin and organs like the heart. Some oils cannot withstand in high temperatures or loses it’s nutrients when cooked at a high heat but palm oil can.


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