There are many reasons why your skin may puff up such as stress, diet, or even the products we put on our skin. Here are 3 ways to de-puff your face naturally you should add to your daily beauty routine.
What’s your personal weed ritual? My weed ritual has changed a lot over the last several years and I’ve incorporated weed more and more into my everyday life. In general, I roll joints and smoke them on my balcony or on walks after a long day’s work and when I just need some brain space to think. I also sometimes consume oil or capsules before I go to bed, which has been a real game-changer for my sleep. When I’m with friends and my team, a sesh in the park happens more often than not. What I’ve also discovered...
If you think it’s high time to make ethically and consciously produced cosmetics readily available, you’re in for a treat. Riding the “green rush” waves are cosmetics and skincare products made from cannabis, hemp, or its derivatives.
One woman paving the way for the plant to be accessible to consumers in creative and community-inspired environments is Mimi Lam, the founder of Superette, a retail and lifestyle cannabis store. Evio sat down with her and got to know more about her cannabis journey, her thoughts on the stigmas surrounding it, and how she co-founded the now award-winning enterprise.
When we read the label of our skincare products, there are usually over 20 ingredients listed. Why is that? Is “Vitamin C” ever just Vitamin C or is it actually “Vitamin C with Silicone, Ethoxydiglycol, Ethyl Ascorbic Acid (Vc), Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Tocopheryl Acetate (Ve), Sodium Hyaluronate, Punica Granatum Extract, Butylene Glycol, Coceth-7, PPG-1-PEG-9 Lauryl Glycol Ether, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Aluminum, Disodium EDTA, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol and Fragrance (Parfum)”? Honestly… WTF%$@& are all these ingredients in my face cream?!? Skincare, like many other products, contain a variety of agents and emulsifiers to ensure the product is...
We know that cannabis can help with sleep, appetite and other symptoms. But as more and more research is conducted on the plant and its effects, we’re discovering – and rediscovering – other uses for cannabis. One promising realm is skincare.
Many of us benefit greatly from using a cannabis-based topical, but unfortunately, we can’t legally buy it (for now). Here’s a simple guide to making a cannabis cream at home, with some background on what they are and how they work.