Vitamin C is an antioxidant, along with vitamin E, beta-carotene, and many other plant-based nutrients. Antioxidants block some of the damage caused by free radicals, substances that damage DNA. The buildup of free radicals over time may contribute to the aging process.
90% of skin cancers and premature aging are a result of UV exposure!
There’s a harmful misconception that we only need to protect our skin with sunscreen in the summer time or when we hit the beach. But in the winter, the sun sits lower in the sky and at a different angle than in the summer months, and can actually give you more exposure.
February is American Heart Month, so now seems like the perfect time to ask what you are doing to keep your heart healthy?
We love our smoothies at Renew. To have a healthy, glowing skin it is of course important to use the right products and develop a skin care routine. Just as important though, is our diet. What we eat and drink is so important to our health and skin. After all, our skin is a direct reflection of our overall health.
What your skin needs and goes through in your 20’s is much different than in your 30’s, 40’s and even 50’s! Knowing about the different phases your skin goes through is so important to make sure you are treating your skin with the correct products to age beautifully and gracefully. Keeping your skin radiant and glowing as you age is possible with the right knowledge, products and care.
Eating fresh and healthy is a big part of our skin care routine, so we love to share our favorite smoothies and recipes with you. Kale contains high levels of chlorophyll that will help brighten your face. Ginger is also a great ingredient especially in the winter, as it warms your body and serves as an anti-inflammatory for your skin.
Greens have more valuable nutrients that any other food group on the planet. Blending helps make greens’ full spectrum of nutrition readily available to the body. For a quick fix to