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    Tips for Keeping Your Lips Moist

    Follow these simple steps for healthy and happy lips in time for Valentine's Day! How to keep your lips moist… 1. Stop Self-Lubricating Licking your lips may seem to help alleviate dryness, but it actually creates an endless cycle of detriment to your lips; the more you lick them the worse it gets.  Read More...

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    Better Ways to Keep Your Lips Moist

    Valentine's Day is almost here and it's time to make your lips as kissable as they can be. Making them soft and supple is much easier than you think with our natural moisturizing and nourishing vegan lip balms. Understanding what your lips need will get your lips ready for their close-up.  Read More...

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    Are Your Cleansers Wreaking Havoc on Your Skin

        You slather, lather, rub, scrub, and rinse. Surely in those few minutes, it’s highly unlikely that your soap and shampoo could be doing any harm to your skin or scalp, right? Think again.  Read More...

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    GOAT MILK GOODNESS

    Consumers are becoming more aware of the chemical mass production of commercial body care products that are loaded with synthetic ingredients. One natural body care product that's gaining attention is goat's milk soap. Here are five good reasons to start using goat's milk in your skin care products.  Read More...

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    What to Look for in a Moisturizer

    Do your moisturizers, creams, and body butters have what it takes to really improve the health of your skin?   The main goal of a moisturizer is to hold water in the outermost layer of your skin, but moisturizers can also serve as a barrier to protect that layer from damage. The ingredients that help moisturizers accomplish these two goals are humectants, emollients, and occlusives.  Read More...

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    Goat's Milk

    Why you should choose a soap made with Goat's Milk  What other soap can exfoliate, repair, moisturize, and hydrate your skin?  If you are not convinced that goat's milk soap is the best soap for your skin, than you need to know this: Goat's milk soap naturally exfoliates the skin because it contains lactic acid that removes dead skin cells from your skins surface leaving new cells on the surface that is smoother and younger looking.  It also contains high levels of vitamin A, that...  Read More...