With such a huge focus on going green with your beauty routine, it isn’t hard to make the correlation between food and skin. You’ve heard it before: you are what you eat! It should be no surprise that a healthy diet can lead to a better overall appearance (inside and out!). And that goes for using everyday items and topical treatments for the skin as well. So here’s a tip: look around your pantry and kitchen for home skincare remedies and recipes. My favourite: a little bit of olive oil to solve everything … okay, not everything … but it sure can help with dry patches. Use it to soften cuticles, sooth irritation from eczema patches, or to moisturize and hydrate flaky dry skin around the eyes, chin and mouth. A little bit goes a long way …