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When it comes to our families as well as our own skin, we want the best of care and gentleness. Having the right knowledge of the ingredients that occur within various products, is helpful to narrowing your picks for the right body washes and skin care. Products nearly anywhere can appear safe, appealing and useful. The problem with the skincare market today is not fully understanding the ingredients. Soap, a widely known substance, is an ingredient in many skin care products that do not do as good for our skin...

While common knowledge agrees that honey can be great on our food to add some natural sweetness, most people do not know honey’s capabilities of wound care. In the earlier days when antibiotic ointment was not easily accessible in a tube carried in your purse, or even when doctors were not in reach, honey was a natural go-to for infected wounds to properly heal. From bacteria infected wounds to burns and ulcers, honey can provide numerous healing benefits even in comparison to antibiotics and antiseptics. Honey can actually promote healing...

Skin conditions affect millions of people each day in the United States regardless of age, sex, or origin. A skin issue that leaves many people uncomfortable with itchy, irritated skin with red patches and chronic cases is psoriasis. Scientists believe that at least 10 percentof people have inherited one or more genes that could lead to psoriasis. Out of this, however, only 2 to 3 percent will develop the disease. The combination of genes and specific triggers of external factors can cause psoriasis. Knowing what’s triggering your psoriasis, and ways to...

Honey has historically been in our ancestor's beauty routines for thousands of years. It has maintained its reputation as a powerful and natural healer for the inside and outside of the body. As many people use honey as a natural sweetener, others utilize the antimicrobial properties for maintaining an exterior youthful appearance. One specific honey, however, a monofloral type, contains considerably higher amounts of enzymes than honey regularly acquired. The Manuka tree located in mainly Australia and New Zealand produces Manuka honey. The Strength Of Manuka Honey Manuka honey, along with regular honey, has...

Honey smells like dessert, doesn’t really wash away makeup, and can be thick and gloopy, so why should you be cleansing your face with honey? Lots of reasons, actually, but here are five. (Not to worry, it really works and the texture is great...read on to find out more). 1. Unique Properties of Manuka It actually does matter what kind of honey you buy, if you want to try using honey as a face wash. Most honey will be processed, and you want the raw variety. Wildflower honey, orange blossom honey...

Healthy skin radiates life and energy. The right skin care treatment for you will help you look and feel your most vibrant and beautiful. The powerful combination of shea butter and manuka honey can restore vitality and even treat problem areas where skin looks inflamed, irritated, prematurely aged, or undernourished. They can even soothe and naturally treat skin problem areas, such as patches of eczema or psoriasis.  Read on to learn how this dynamic duo of skin care -- shea butter and manuka honey -- can bring your skin back...

From the first glance in the morning and into the last glimpse of the evening, our skin is being noticed by our biggest critique, ourselves. The interest in skin care products to correct and improve our skin is on a rise among women and men desiring results. As skin care continues to be the most valuable category of the beauty industry, global value sales are expected to exceed the US $131 billion in 2019. With skin care products on the rise and ingredient labels becoming more imperative to our health concerns, it...

Honey has always been a natural go-to sweeter for those who not only like the taste but the many health benefits that outweigh regular sugar. Although eating honey can be a magical experience, the “buzz” being talked about has to do with the bountiful cosmetic purposes of honey; specifically manuka honey. Using honey for skin care dates back to around 5000 B.C. by the ancient Greeks. Many people in this time period used honey for scrubs, facial masks and even dressing wounds. The ancient Greeks would even soak in baths with honey...

Over time, the beauty and skin care industry have changed many times. Some companies have worked to find ways to cheapen their products for the purpose of obtaining higher profits. Of course, this simply created low-quality skin products that did not work as well as would be hoped for, or even damaged and dried out skin. Although, this has begun to shift pretty greatly in more recent times. Many companies are now moving toward more natural and quality products that work much better. This kind of product is also higher...

When it comes to unleashing the power of nature, to soothe, moisturize and improve complexion, turn to the skin-soothing powers of hemp seed oil. For thousands of years, hemp seed oil has been consumed to improve digestion and applied topically to moisturize and soothe skin.  Before you learn about these qualities and the other powers of hemp seed oil, there’s something we have to get out of the way: hemp seed oil is not marijuana oil. Hemp plants grown for their fiber or seeds already contain much less THC than the...