We all love glowing healthy skin. We do all sorts of things to maintain the youthful glow. Pay LOTS of $$$ for all the "new" products that we thrown at us in all our magazines and on TV. I could shell out a fortune trying them all out. Having worked retail in cosmetics........ Well let's just say old habits die hard.
This post however is not about all the latest and greatest. It is however about some tried and true…Continue
Hair conditioners are specifically designed to give strength, repair the damaged cells and maintain the essential moisture levels in the hair. A number of conditioning products are in the market, but they contain harmful chemicals, silicone and synthetic ingredients that can really damage your hair. Use of chemical based products only makes your hair dry and dull. Leave-in conditioner/protector is basically used to…Continue
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Facts to Outsmart the Aging Effects:
Most of us look for ways to outsmart the aging effects that are noticeable especially on the skin. Aging is not the only cause of wrinkles, lines, creases; there are other factors like smoking, diet contributing to sagging skin. This reduces the tightness of the skin and also make them dry, rough which are more prone to premature aging.
Collagen deficiency is another factor that makes the skin weaker and fragile such that use…Continue
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So I know that I am always blogging about this, it is just something that I really believe in. I eat organic too for the most part anyway. It is always good to know what you are putting in or on your body, not to mention your baby's skin is even more important.
I live in the North East and it gets windy and COLD! YUCK! And my skin peels and my kids lips get chapped and little checks get red and BAM! As soon as I clean and moisturize their skin, it calms right down.
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Dr. Monique Robinson, a psychologist at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in Perth, Australia, and her colleagues analyzed data from nearly 3,000 pregnant women who reported stressful events at 18 and 34 weeks of pregnancy. Of those women, about 37 percent reported two or more stress events and nearly 8 percent reported six or more.
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