Everything listed under: Outdoor Skin Care

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    OUR GO TO PRODUCT FOR SUMMER SKIN REPAIR

    Got a scratch? A pesky little itch? A bug bite?   Read More...

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    The Benefits of Zinc Oxide for Sunscreen and More

    We have been working on perfecting our SUNCARE Body and Facial Lotions, testing and retesting to make they are safer for those of you who are sensitive to nut and grain oils and at the same time to give you more protection without leaving a trace of "whitening".We are always committed to using safe, natural ingredients and the standards for our SUNCARE products aren't any different.  Although the ingredients have changed, they are still as pure as the rest of our products.  SUNCARE goe...  Read More...

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    How to Care for Your Skin Before and After Gardening

    Gardening for some is a hobby and for others it’s a chore, but there’s no disputing the fact that it’s hard work and hard on our skin.  The raking, digging, trimming, weeding, and planting can take their toll on our bodies and our skin and if you don’t take precautions and care you could end up with dry skin, scratches, blisters, insect bites, and sunburn.Gardening doesn’t have to make us miserable. Rather than putting up with the after-effects, why not exercis...  Read More...

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    The Incredible Health Benefits of Himalayan Salt Soap Bars

    Our NEW and IMPROVED Pink Himalayan Salt Soap Bars with Goat’s Milk are infused with pink Himalayan salt, known as one of the purest salts on the earth.  Moisturizing goat’s milk soap is used as a base that provides a fluffy lather that brings additional skin loving qualities to the soap.  Find it here...Our long lasting Himalayan Salt Soap bar cleanses and detoxifies skin, leaving it smooth soft and re-mineralized.   Read More...

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    The Benefits of a Natural Bug Repellent You Should Know and Love

    A Health Warning:  As warm weather spreads across America, most of us will return to our outdoor activities. Kids, golfers, hikers, gardeners and pets, are more likely to come in contact with ticks especially in tall grass, shrubs, wooded areas, and piles of leaves.We are now entering prime tick season and that means increased and even fatal risk. The highest tick activity is usually April through June, however this year the CDC has warned that we will be seeing an increase in ticks this su...  Read More...