Welcome to LaBoom
LaBoom by Crystal is an exclusive self tanning line that delivers a high quality tanning formula for the deepest, darkest natural tan. Inside each product you’ll find Skin nourishing extracts and complex vitamins that bind moisture to your skin to help diminish signs of aging .
Based on the exquisite taste of company founder Crystal; LaBoom was created in 2015. LaBoom by Crystal is an exclusive self tanning line that delivers a high quality tanning formula for the deepest, darkest natural tan. Each one of our products has skin nourishing extracts and complex vitamins that bind moisture to the skin, while helping diminish signs of aging.
LaBoom by Crystal will instantly illuminate you skin with a natural bronzing glow. Our bronzers will give you an instant deep natural color while your tan gradually develops. All of our ingredients were carefully selected to maintain a healthy tan and replenish your skin. Please check out the Ingredient page to see the rare and natural ingredients the lotion, exfoliator, mousse, spray and extender have to offer.
All Products are proudly made and owned in the USA. Each product has been carefully formulated with premium skin care ingredients to provide a quality product you can not find anywhere else. Crystal has put her passion and hard work into designing not only product, but this lifestyle. Crystal has worked on refining each one of her products for over a year ensuring that they are the most effective and highest quality you can find on the market. Her hopes are to share those with you, through her LaBoom Line!
Here is all the ingredients for our products.
Rare Swiss Apple Stem Cells
Sambucus Nigra Flower Extract
Arnica Montana Flower Extract
Taraxacum Officinale Extract
Glycine Soja Oil (Soybean) Extract
Green & White Tea Extracts
Pure Aqua (Water) Natural Extract
Achillea Millefolium (Yarrow) Extract
Thymus Vulgaris (Thyme) Extract
Rosemarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract
Mangifera Indica (Mango) Extract
Zinger Officinale Root Extract
Organic Caffeine (Natural) Extract
Aurantium Bergamia Extract
Tussilago Farfara (Coltsfoot) Extract
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract
Salvia Officinalis Leaf Extract
Horse Chestnut (Leaf) Extract
Lavendula Anguvstifolia Extract
Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract
Humulus Lupulus (Hops) Extract
Hypericum Perforated (St. Johns Wort)
Hypericum Macrocystis Pyrifera
Organic Comfrey Flower Extract
Hamamelis Virginiana Extract
An outfit is not just the clothes we choose to wear but a creative expression of our internal energy.
For years I went back and forth with the idea of sharing my outfits and personal style. Would it be viewed as narcissistic and materialistic? Would people judge me or even really want to see? These thoughts were based in fear and came from a misguided place.
It was before I really understood that every woman, of every age, size, race and ethnicity, is striving to deeply understand themselves. Personal style is one of the most monumental and powerful aspects of this.
The way we choose to represent ourselves, the colors we wear, fabrics, fit and accessories are our conscious and subconscious message to the outside world. A persona we created either out of clarity for who we are or confusion based on who we think we should be.
My personal love for fashion came at a very young age. Grabbing stacks of magazines and running to my room to cut them up and make lookbooks which has now translated into a love of Pinterest and way too many outfit inspiration folders on my desktop.
Getting dressed is a spiritual experience. How do you want to feel today? With the right intention and understanding, you can create the energy you need.
Style is a way to connect, to dream, to express. I thank you for sharing in my personal journey and I look forward to watching you step into your style .
You can use the best shampoos and conditioners money can buy, but for really healthy looking hair you need to feed it from the inside out.
What you eat can have an effect on the look and condition of your hair.
Experts say that a healthy diet with the right mix of protein, iron and other nutrients can help improve the health, look and feel of your hair. healthy hair grows appropriately out of every follicle. It is not easily broken and is connected to a healthy scalp. It’s long and full as you’d like it to be. It’s bouncy, shiny and manageable.”
“A balanced diet can give your hair all the nutrients it needs to satisfy both definitions for healthy hair”,
Healthy Hair: Protein Is Important
Your hair needs the same well-rounded diet that provides all the recommended vitamins, minerals and other nutrients needed for good health in the rest of your body. For example, a strand of hair is composed of mostly protein. This means that your hair needs protein to grow.
“Hair and nails are both protein fibers,”
About 90% of your hair is in the growing phase. For each hair strand, this growing phase lasts 2 to 3 years. By the end of that time, hair enters a resting phase that lasts about 3 months before it is shed and replaced by new hair. If you don’t get enough protein in your diet, a disproportionate number of hairs may go into the resting phase.
A typical scalp has about 120,000-150,000 strands of hair and sheds about 50 to 100 strands each day. Most people don’t even notice that small amount. But when an unusually large number of hair strands enter the resting phase, hair loss can become noticeable.
Iron and Other Nutrients
Protein isn’t the only nutrient needed to maintain healthy hair. You also need iron, vitamin E and trace minerals such as selenium, copper, and magnesium to help keep your hair in good shape. “These are all involved in the production of the various proteins that make up your hair,”
Not getting enough iron can cause hair loss.
“The best source of iron in your diet is meat,” Clams, oysters and organ meat top the list. But there are problems with eating a lot of organ meat,” . “Lean meat, though – pork, beef and fish are good sources.”
Good vegetarian sources of iron include fortified cereals, soybeans, pumpkin seeds, white beans, lentils and spinach. The problem with iron from non-animal sources is that the body absorbs iron less efficiently from plants. “It’s possible to eat a vegetarian diet paying attention to iron and still not get enough,” : Talk to your doctor about your diet and ask for an iron test so your doctor can check on whether you should consider taking an iron supplement.
Vitamin D And Your Hair
Though the evidence still isn’t clear, some studies suggest that vitamin D may play a role in the hair cycle. We can get vitamin D from the sun ,you can also get vitamin D from fortified foods such as milk, orange juice and cereals. According to some studies, many Americans don’t get enough vitamin D and the actual recommended dosage is controversial. Is recommends talking to your doctor about your vitamin D needs and whether or not you should take a supplement.
Are Hair Supplements Necessary?
“Any vitamin deficiency will cause hair loss. The best source for the nutrients you need is a true, well-balanced diet. All the vitamins are important, such as Vitamins . It’s very hard in an American diet for those things to become deficient. And there hasn’t been any good evidence that taking zinc or biotin supplements actually offers any benefits for hair. Extra biotin probably won’t hurt but it’s not clear it does much good either.”
if you take a supplement, you will need to tell your doctor so it’s part of your health records. Your health care providers should know about everything you take even if it’s natural or didn’t need a prescription.
Hair Health And Weight Loss Diets
Weight loss, especially rapid weight loss from a restrictive diet, can cause major hair loss. “Master hairdressers know without being told when their clients are dieting – just from the changes in the hair.”
“Women on a very strict calorie-deprived diet will lose weight very quickly. But it’s hard to ensure they get the nutrients they need. Even if you lose weight very slowly on a doctor-approved program, you can still have associated hair loss” Weight loss can also stress the body which contributes to hair loss. “It’s common to shed hair after losing 15 pounds or more. Be patient. If you’re healthy, your hair will come back after your weight stabilizes”,
Some days are great workout days. You feel energized, motivated, and excited to get moving. On other days, getting to the gym seems more like a chore you’d rather forget.
Despite how you feel, there are five easy ways to shift your attitude toward your daily workout. These tricks will not only make it easier to hit the gym, but you’ll also improve the quality of your workout.
1. Focus on a specific goal.
Why do you exercise in the first place? Having a goal that you’re working toward gives every workout a purpose.
Don’t overwhelm yourself. Choose a goal that is attainable and specific — to go jogging twice every week, not to run a half marathon by next month.
Write your goal on a sticky note and put it somewhere highly visible, like your bathroom mirror or refrigerator. This will provide a reminder of what you’re going to accomplish.
2. Visualize yourself accomplishing your fitness goals.
Visualization is a technique used by many athletes to help improve their performance — they picture themselves winning the race or scoring the goal.
The same principle can work for you too. Simply creating a mental picture of what you'll be doing in your workout, whether it be running, lifting weights or taking part in a yoga class, can increase your desire to make that exercise actually happen
3. Grab a workout buddy.
Exercise is better when you do it with a friend. There’s nothing more motivating than knowing someone is waiting for you at the gym. Not only will a workout buddy help you avoid skipping exercise when you’re feeling unmotivated, but you will also work harder too.
Ask a friend to be your training partner and then schedule workout times that can be consistent from week to week. This will build good exercise habits for both of you.
4. Create a high-energy playlist.
What song makes it hard for you to sit still? When you’re not feeling motivated to exercise, this type of upbeat music can make all the difference.
Enjoyable music can brighten your mood and distract your mind from the effort of exercise. Create a playlist of songs that have a quick beat — the faster beat will push you to keep up with its pace.
5. Find ways to reward yourself.
One of the biggest hurdles to regular exercise is the fact that the end goal (like losing weight, looking fitter, getting stronger etc.) is so far removed from the exercise itself. Results take time and it can be easy to get impatient.
That’s why you need to build in rewards that provide instant gratification. Treating yourself with a relaxing bath after a particularly tough workout can be a nice way to recognize your hard work. A small reward can be enough motivation to get a workout done on those days when you feel like giving up.
The Benefits Of Working Out In The Morning Vs. At Night
Whenever I am on a health kick, I try to workout as much as possible while also balancing my busy schedule. However, I always find myself asking the same question: should I get up early and work out or go to the gym after work? The answer might not be as straightforward as you think. It actually depends on a few things:
Those who work out in the morning are more likely to sleep better at night. Appalachian State University did a recent study which found that morning workouts are best for you if you want a better night’s sleep. Those who ran on the treadmill at 7AM had longer and deeper sleep cycles than those who exercised at other times during the day. Those who worked out in the morning in general also spent 75% more time in the “deep sleep” stage at night.
Dr. Collier of Appalachian State University says ” The better you sleep, the better it is for your body. It increases your cardio health, decreases stress and anxiety, helps maintain your weight and lowers your blood pressure. Plus, the more time spent in deep sleep, the more time your body has to repair itself.”
Not only is there health benefits, but you also get your workout out of the way. Working out in the morning helps you develop a pattern so that you will be more likely to hit the gym (instead of snooze) when you wake up.
If getting up at the crack of the dawn isn’t your thing, then you’ll be happy to hear that there are also benefits from working out at night. The Chronobiology International published a study that analyzed the role of the body’s internal clock on athletic performance. The research concludes that body and environmental temperature increases in the late afternoon, therefore, so does your enzyme activity and muscular function. This means you actually get the most out of your workout between 2pm and 6pm.
However, exercising after work is also beneficial because you are likely to have more energy than you would if you were working out in the morning. Working out in the evening also allows your body to relax after a rough day at work, as well as get out any stress from the day.
Because our body temperatures rise in the afternoon/evening we are less prone to getting an injury than if we work out in the morning. Morning workouts require a warm up so that our muscles and joints are more adaptable to physical activity.
Overall, there is really no right or wrong time to workout. In general, making time to workout is beneficial to your health, so there’s no need to stress about what time is best as long as you do something .