There are hundreds of different apps and websites out there that promise magic when it comes to budgeting, but if you’re a pen and paper kind of person, chances are none of them have worked for you. Rather than trying to keep track of your finances on scratch paper, the notes app in your phone, or even worse, in your head, pick up a budget planner to help set, track, and achieve your money goals. We’ve rounded up our favorite picks below.
If you find traditional mascara to be annoyingly clumpy and flaky, fiber mascara may just be for you. Instead of the traditional liquid filler in your average mascara, fiber mascara uses super small nylon, silk or rayon fibers add length to your lashes. This gives a more volumizing effect and can be easier on sensitive eyes than traditional mascara. We’ve rounded up our favorite picks below depending on how complicated your makeup routine is.
With shampoo labels touting so many things, it’s hard to keep track of what we should and shouldn’t be putting on our hair. “Sulfate free” has become a beauty buzzword and for good reason. Sulfates are what make cleaners such as shampoos turn sudsy. While they work well for household cleaners, they can be rough on your hair and skin, stripping natural oils away and causing irritation. If your hair is dry and brittle or if you have any itchy scalp, you may want to switch to a sulfate free shampoo to help hydrate and soothe your head. We’ve rounded up a list of our favorites.
Bad posture can lead to all sorts of pain, but especially in your neck, shoulders and upper back. A neck pump is a daily exercise tool to help you decompress and restore the natural curve to your neck and back. Most neck pumps are specially shaped devices that you lay your head in before pumping air into a cushion that lifts and stretches your neck, decompressing the discs and allowing your body’s natural lubricating fluids to hydrate them. We’ve rounded up our favorite neck relief devices from pumps to posture-correcting rests.
Like many popular supplements, there’s not a definitive answer as to whether or not collagen can actually increase bone density and skin elasticity, essentially helping to slow down aging. Some studies tout its benefits from muscle mass boosting to heart health improvements. Even if you’re skeptical, collagen powder is a great way to get an added boost of protein to your daily diet. Easier to dissolve than standard protein powders and usually tasteless, collagen powder adds approximately 10 grams of protein per serving to your daily coffee, smoothie, tea or other beverage. If you’re ready to jump on the collagen train, check out our favorite picks below.
There are some aches and pains that even spending time on your mat can’t stretch out. That’s why a small and portable massage pillow with a heat setting is our go-to for neck, back, shoulder, and leg aches that just won’t go away. Check out our list of favorites to see which pillows have the features you’re in the market for.
The importance of a good moisturizer can’t be overlooked, especially for those who live in dry climates or are concerned about the signs of aging. As we get older, the production of collagen, the protein responsible for making skin firm, smoothand plump, begins to slow down, leading to dry skin and the formation of wrinkles. It’s no wonder, then, that collagen has become a beauty buzzword. You’ll find it in everything from smoothies to foods to beauty products. While there isn’t conclusive research that ingesting collagen or moisturizing with it can jumpstart your body’s production of the protein, it can make your skin feel softer and look younger on the surface. Looking to add collagen to your daily skin care routine? Check out our list of favorite lotions including it.