By Paige Schilt, May 28, 2014
Susan “Suki” Wattik is the Associate Global Coordinator for our Whole Body departments and a dedicated devotee of all things body care. We were recently wowed by her knowledge of exfoliation and asked her to offer a few tips for summer skin care.
How is exfoliating your body different from exfoliating your face?
By Paige Schilt, May 14, 2014
Picture this: You’re all packed up for a summer adventure. Maybe you’re hiking into the mountains or sailing to a tropical isle, or perhaps you’re planning a picnic at a local park. Whatever the destination, you’re ready to seize the day! You just have to make a quick stop for sunscreen.
By McKinzey Crossland, May 8, 2014
Some talented bloggers came up with easy DIY gifts that moms will love to make, and love to receive.
By Paige Schilt, April 29, 2014
I’m especially wary of eye makeup remover with mineral oil or other petroleum by-products. Thankfully, this simple DIY recipe will dissolve even the most stubborn makeup with just three plant-based ingredients.
By Jody Villecco, April 27, 2014
Jody Villecco makes sense of recent media reports on the value of taking a multi-vitamin.
By Paige Schilt, April 10, 2014
If you’re feeling a bit blah from the dark days of winter, a good blush can refresh your look and highlight your natural features. Here are a few tips for choosing a blush that’s right for you.
By Paige Schilt, March 30, 2014
In 2005, Traci Reazer was one of the first Whole Foods Market team members to be hired with the title Aesthetician. You can find Traci in the Whole Body department at our flagship Lamar store in Austin, TX.
By Paige Schilt, March 27, 2014
I live in Austin, Texas, where spring smells like…grape soda.
The Sophora secundiflora or Texas mountain laurel, is a popular native shrub whose flowers smell exactly like the Grape Nehi my grandpa used to drink. In my neighborhood, their sweet scent is a surefire sign that spring has arrived.
By Paige Schilt, March 6, 2014
The delicate skin around your eyes get a workout every time you smile, laugh or squint. Age, dryness and sun exposure also contribute to fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes. Fight premature aging and choose an eye cream that’s tailored to fit your skin’s needs.
By Dark Rye, February 8, 2014