A truly nourishing formulation from Pangea combines antioxidant-rich green tea with aloe vera to soothe skin and finishing with aromatic vetiver oil, often referred to as the oil of tranquility, to help balance the senses.
While a rich body lotion will help keep skin soft and smooth as the temperatures continue to drop, a non-stripping body wash is equally important. This new collection of cleansers is made with ethically sourced ingredients from around the world, with scents that highlight each area. Take Moroccan Cedar & Sandalwood, inspired by the markets o...
Add a drop or two of this body oil to your skin post-shower, and watch your skin become infused with a blend of five rich oils—included in the mix is jojoba, olive, coconut and sesame. Your skin will be glowing (without any residue) before you know it.
Presentado en una botella de aluminio reutilizable y reciclable, este jabón de manos está inspirado en las Montañas Rocosas. Con aroma a pino fresco, salvia, lavanda y clavo, revitaliza cuerpo y mente a la vez que nutre tu piel con su espuma cremosa con aloe vera.
Truth be told, in the dry winter months, most of us would be excited to find some nice lotion under the tree, but it’s especially nice for pregnant women whose belly skin is not only dry but also being stretched out as it grows. This lotion is made with aloe and coconut oil to soothe and hydrate the skin and the blend of cedar, sandalwood, and c...
All of the ingredients used in Pangea’s products are plant-based and organic, and its packaging is 100% sustainable and infinitely recyclable (aluminum and glass). They believe that every product they create must serve a purpose in creating a positive impact, for consumers, the industry, and the earth.
If you’re looking to live a cleaner and greener life, but aren’t ready to go full vegan, there are small steps you can take that still make a difference. Let’s start with a greener beauty routine, Tonya talked to beauty expert Mickey Williams who showed her a few products to help us be clean from head to toe.
Gluten-free makeup may be of interest to you if you have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Using gluten-free makeup can potentially reduce your risk of symptoms if you are especially sensitive to gluten and get some in your mouth. But does putting gluten on your skin also pose the same concerns?