Simply put, food and race are undoubtedly linked. Grocery store availability is associated with income and race. Fast-food chains aggressively occupy space in neighborhoods with high concentrations of Black folks. Food apartheid may be a newer term, but this is not a new issue.
Skin dryness, if you’re acquainted with it, is a truly uncomfortable feeling; skin feels tight and parched—or even worse, chapped (especially in the colder months). Though unfortunate, it’s totally normal for the winter temps (and the indoor heating that comes with it) to zap some of the moisture out of our skin.
Rhodiola’s ability to adapt in uncompromising conditions and provide relief from environmental stressors makes it the perfect ingredient for sensitive, winter skin. It’s time to take a deep dive into the star power of this golden-flowered plant.
Meet The People: Audrey Hubert + Gabrielle Robert of Up Close on Being Soulmates, Balancing Energy, + Building their Vision for the Future of BeautyFeb 22. 2021
For non-coffee drinkers, black tea provides a (sometimes necessary) jolt of caffeine to combat morning exhaustion or midday slumps. Used topically, it has a beneficial effect in skincare, too—here's why you should integrate black tea into your skincare routine.
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