When it comes to your complexion, this potent citrus is no forbidden fruit.
Amazingly, the ol’ barbecue staple is almost as essential to a healthy complexion as it is to a proper backyard cookout.
Earthy and herbaceous patchouli oil has been a staple for the tie-dye set for decades. Now it’s showing up as a sensual—and sophisticated—balsamic base note in all kinds of colognes, perfumes, and unisex blends.
Here’s everything you need to know about this age-defying skincare ingredient.
Don’t be sheepish: this über-moisturizing emollient (derived from wool) can be used for everything from softening callouses to soothing irritated skin.
That fragrance most people associate with Dad’s aftershave is made up of just two things: bay leaves and rum. This vintage scent is back in a big way.
In recent years, shea butter has been adopted by the western world—so much so that the ingredient has become practically synonymous with moisturizer.
Whether it's steeped in hot water or added to skincare formulations, this tealeaf is a healthy investment.
A standard base note in most fragrances, this original love potion has an origin story as intriguing as the scent itself.
The best products are often those you can feel working. Known for its cooling tingle, no ingredient announces itself quite like menthol does.