It was a rough Saturday night for Lindsay Lohan!
[Image via Lindsay Lohan/Instagram.]
As you've probably noticed, there's not much we love more than glowing skin!
After all, who doesn't want to look as radiant as Beyoncé, for one??
Well, we EXCLUSIVELY spoke to Beverly Hills skincare expert Adina Diaz of Adina Diaz Your Skincare Guru to get the scoop on achieving a flawless face just like your fave celebs.
And as it turns out, the secret is right in your kitchen!
Looking for a hydrating moisturizer? All you need are TWO simple ingredients! According to Adina:
"This two-ingredient, oil-based moisturizer can do it all! Nut and seed oils range from light to sheer (rosehip oil or jojoba oil) to rich and deeply emollient (macadamia nut or sweet almond oil). Vegetable Carrier Oil + Essential Oil = Bath Oil, Body Oil Moisturizer, Massage Oil or Hair Treatment. Voilà!"
Combining 1/2 cup of a vegetable skincare oil and 24 drops of essential oil or blend (Adina recommends lavender or rose for essential blend), mix the oils and place in a bottle or jar and use for the face and neck after cleansing.
There you have it!
Of course, no summer skincare routine would be complete without a brightening mask. While there are brands that carry their own, like Kiehl's' Turmeric & Cranberry Seed Energizing Radiance Masque, it's also just as easy to make at home!
Adina shared her own completely natural recipe, adding:
We're starting to lose count of the lawsuits against Jessica Alba's Honest Company.
And now, it's happening yet again — but this time with the ingredients in the company's baby formula.
In the latest lawsuit filed in El Lay Superior Court, the Organic Consumers Association claims Honest's organic infant formula is "in fact not organic" as it allegedly includes 11 "synthetic ingredients not allowed in organic food by federal law."
According to Page Six, the accusations read:
When she's not recharging her luck battery by rubbing pregnant women's bellies, she's keeping it clean and natural in the kitchen!
Anne Hathaway was spotted shopping for groceries at Erewhon — a SoCal company that boasts "if it's here, it's good for you!"
Ch-ch-check out all the pics below!
A favorite among eco-conscious celebs, Anne went to the store to pick up some bushels of grass (lolz) when the paps decided to go snap-snap-snap!
But even with the intrusion, Anne kept her calm… unlike the situation she recently encountered at LAX!
[Image via WENN.]
After Stanford University published a study where they claimed organically grown food to contain no more nutrients than conventionally grown food - organic advocates went berserk, claiming the study had ulterior motivations and even have published a petition to have the study removed.
Over 3,000 people have signed the petition on the grounds that
Got a headache? Take Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr's advice!
When asked by a fan for "natural remedies" to a bad headache, the beauty replied:
Always buy organic strawberries. They are one of the most heavily sprayed, pesticide-loaded fruits you can eat.
- Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and founder of Authentic Self Wellness, Margaux J. Rathbun
Fran Drescher isn't just HIGHlarious on her TV shows The Nanny and Happily Divorced, she's also pretty smart in person! So smart that she's become a new FitPerez health correspondent!
We're so excited to welcome Fran aboard and U should be too because she'll be sharing her passion for living a healthy lifestyle every week by answering YOUR questions!
This week, Perezcious reader Chrissy from Michigan needed some help shopping for healthy food and asked:
What should I be eating to be healthy? When I go shopping, I get so confused as to what to get! Please help!
According to Fran:
Chrissy, three words: organic, organic, organic! (Okay, maybe it’s just one, but you get the point!) We have to recognize that what we put IN our bodies is just as, if not as important as what we put on them!
I say try to cut back on animal protein and dairy products. Also, it’s probably no shock that processed and chemical soaked foods are not good for our systems. So go organic, go whole grains, and go natural! And now, go grocery shopping for your organic goodies. Your body will thank you!