Understanding Eczema

Understanding Eczema @NanSishange BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare Eczema, atopic dermatitis, can be a difficult, distressing and emotionally and financially draining condition to have.  It is a complex, chronic condition that cannot be completely cured but can be controlled. It is a skin barrier issue and not an allergy issue. The skin barrier […]

Hair we go!

Hair we go! @AnelileGibixego BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare We shed up to a hundred hairs a day – this is normal. Every time we shower or brush our hair, there will be a few hairs that are shed.  So, what happens when its more than a hundred, a thousand and a whole […]

You cannot pour from an empty cup #SelfCare

You cannot pour from an empty cup #SelfCare @AnelileGibixego BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare One thing about the modern-day woman? She is busy, whether chasing the money or the streets or her kids, she is busy. Often we are someone for someone, we are the “carer” for our kids or sibling, we are […]

SPF is your BFF!

SPF is your BFF! @NanSishange BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare If there’s one thing that unites all skin care practitioners it is sunscreen. . .an aesthetician, skin care influencer and dermatologist will all tell you “Sunscreen! Everyday! All day!” SUNSCREEN! Why? The short answer: to prevent skin cancers and ageing. The long answer- […]

Embrace the Imbalance

Embrace the Imbalance @AnelileGibixego BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare Am I the only one who is constantly writing lists and ticking off things in my head? It can be a random shopping list. After all, you have to quickly run to the shop cause you are hosting family over the weekend or you […]

Parenthood

Parenthood @AnelileGibixego BLOG CATEGORIES Beauty Tips Haircare Self-Care Skincare Parenthood in the South African context means different things to different families. It is not simply giving birth to a child or nurturing a child that is biologically yours. We have many different kinds of families in Mzansi, step-parents, co-parents, culturally your sister’s children are your […]