DIY Beauty with Lisa Kisber: Cleaning Your Makeup Brushes

Host confession alert! Lisa Kisber recently shared she didn’t prioritize cleaning her makeup brushes. Why? It just took too long. She’s a daily makeup user, so drying time was a big deterrent. There’s the option of the overnight wash and dry method, but this is not a practical solution daily. There’s not enough drying time …

Yes! You Should Buy Health & Beauty Products on Auto Delivery? Here’s Why…

Life’s busy. You don’t need to spend more time making decisions. Sure, mom may have warned you against signing up for subscriptions because of her negative experiences with those pesky CD subscription services in the 1990’s. 10 CDs for 99 cents was definitely a bit shady. But, auto delivery subscription programs are nothing like that. …

Snooze Control: Tips for A Better Night’s Rest

As we navigate worries surrounding the global reach of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we’d like to spark an important conversation about sleep. Many of us are still adjusting to the daylight savings time change, while also taking care of kids or grandkids at home. This means to-do lists have gotten longer and taking care of the home …

In Conversation: Dr. Paul Nassif, NassifMD Dermaceuticals™

We are excited to announce that Canadian launch of NassifMD Dermaceuticals™ at TSC! About Dr. Paul Nassif Dr. Paul Nassif is an internationally celebrated facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. He’s also a celebrity and the star of E!’s reality TV, Botched, which highlights his pioneering techniques and remedies for complex and extreme plastic surgeries gone wrong. Known as …

The Clean Sweep: What are Clean Beauty Products?

Did you know clean products are dominating the beauty industry? As society tries to reduce its carbon footprint, a call for natural ingredients has been on the rise; no more do people want to spray chemicals in their environment to deal with daily grime! The classification is used to describe products that are safely made …

New at TSC: Turn Over a New Leaf with Philosophy’s Nature in a Jar

The beauty industry is undergoing a metamorphosis. We want results from our beauty products, but we also value an ethical approach to the ingredients, manufacturing and packaging of those products. While shopping in the 1990s, we looked for three-or-so phrases on packaging: sensitive, mild and all-natural. In the 2000s, we added organic and cruelty-free to …