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Leah’s Day in Wellness

Leah’s Day in Wellness

Always looking for inspiration, we love to seek out dialogues from women who are tru innovators, movers, and shakers in lifestyle spaces. So, we caught up with inspiring creator & wellness coach Leah Grosjean. Although she hails from the east coast, Leah went to Hussian College in Los Angeles. A bicoastal creative and jack of all trades, including acting, dancing, teaching, Leah is a holistic health coach for performers like herself. Her philosophy centers around the idea that “we can ...

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What’s My Skin Type?

What’s My Skin Type?

If your skin could talk, it would say, “to know me is to love me.” While your skin is as unique as you are, most of us fall into one of five primary skin type categories: normal, dry, oily, combination, or sensitive skin. Understanding your skin type can help you choose the right skincare that best suits your needs. Environmental factors like humidity, genetics, age, and daily habits can all affect our skin condition. Almost every skin type should incorporate a basic regimen of a cle...

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The Benefits of Clay Cleansers

The Benefits of Clay Cleansers

Clay has been a fundamental part of skincare for centuries. Widely used by the ancient Egyptians, Queen Cleopatra herself incorporated clay into her elaborate beauty rituals. While soaking her body in a milk bath, she’d firm and cleanse her face with masks made from egg whites and clay from the Dead Sea. Far away from the land of the Nile, clays have been and are still used by many cultures for healing and restorative practices. The knowledge of this powerful substance has been passed down...

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Skin Secrets: How Exercise Can Heal Us From Within

Skin Secrets: How Exercise Can Heal Us From Within

The universe is constantly in motion, from the rise and fall of the ocean tides to the cosmic swirling of galaxies and stars. Even as our bodies sit at rest, they are never truly still. Our hearts beat, and our chests rise and fall with our breathing. To be alive is to move. It is only natural that we feel most alive when in motion—running, swimming, or in vinyasa flow. Runners often describe a phenomenon referred to as “runner’s high.” After prolonged and challenging aer...

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