Everything listed under: Lotions & Creams

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    How to Manage Oily Acne Skin, Naturally

    I grew up thinking my oily, shine, cystic acne prone skin was a teenage thing. I couldn’t wait to get rid of it after high school, but when it followed me into college and then on to my career, I just couldn’t take it anymore. If this sounds like a page out of your book, trust me when I say you’re not alone.   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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    Natural and Safe Alternatives to Treat Children's Eczema

    Eczema can make children miserable, so it’s understandable that parents would want to do everything possible to get symptoms under control.  Estimates suggest that 40 percent of eczema flares are treated with topical antibiotics, but according to recent research, antibiotics are not effective for clinically infected eczema in children.  A study out of Cardiff University reports that there is no meaningful benefit from the use of either oral or topical antibiotics for milder clini...  Read More...

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    Healthy Natural Dry Skin Remedies

    Winter is on and this dry, cold air can wreak havoc on our extremities. Our hands and feet are more susceptible to the cold and therefore take the biggest beating. However, you don’t have to suffer through the season.It’s important to understand that your skin requires some extra care and few product changes.   Read More...

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    HOW TO PREPARE YOUR SKIN FOR COLDER WEATHER

    While we have yet to feel winter's wrath—let’s face it, it’s on its way. Cold temperatures, harsh winds, and dry air sap skin of its natural oils, leaving it dry, red and irritated. The best way to prep your skin for the harsh conditions and changing temperature is to start transitioning your skin care routine now.   Read More...

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    Quick Showering Tips When You Suffer with Psoriasis

    Staying clean and refreshed without irritation is complicated when you have psoriasis, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up bathing and showering. The problem is that heat, water and friction can all irritate your already sensitive skin, so the better you can control those variables, the more comfortable you will be.  Showering can help or hinder your psoriasis - here are some tips on how to optimize your time in the shower to stay comfortable and healthy while you cleans. Tips fo...  Read More...

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    Chamomile, The Best Herb for Soothing Skin Irritation

    Ingredient Showcase - Why are we crazy about Chamomile? Many of our products are formulated using Chamomile because of its amazing healing, antioxidant, cleansing, and moisturizing properties.Benefits to the Skin  Research has shown that chamomile has many health benefits, but it’s also an effective and beneficial ingredient in skin care products.  There are many active and powerful ingredients in chamomile that include the flavonoids apigenin, luteolin, and quercetin, and th...  Read More...

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    Repair Your Winter Skin

    Is your skin ready for warm weather?  Before you swap out your long sleeve shirts and wool slacks for more revealing attire, you need to get your skin ready to spring forward into warmer weather and we know how:Cleanse Smarter | Exfoliate... please exfoliate!   Read More...

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    Neem - A Natural Treatment for Eczema and Psoriasis Symptoms

     Eczema is a skin condition that is characterized by red, irritated, itchy, dry patches of skin that can be exacerbated by environmental elements. Over 35 million Americans have symptoms of eczema: 1-3% of adults and 10-20% of children, but the incidence has dramatically increased around the world in the past decade.Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect the skin, joints, fingernails, toenails, the soft tissues of the genitals, and the inside the mouth. The most common ...  Read More...

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    SUPER EFFECTIVE HEALING CREAM FOR ECZEMA

    Searching for a truly effective remedy for eczema is often exhausting and can seem at times down right…debilitating.Although the medical profession doesn't know the exact causes of eczema, some believe it's an external symptom of internal imbalance.   Correcting the condition may mean correcting the underlying cause - making changes to your diet and lifestyle.  Click here to learn what foods to avoid for eczema via Nutrition Facts.And while you journey towards correcting...  Read More...

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    The Importance of Knowing Your Skin Type

    We (women and men) all care about how our skin feels and looks and most of us have something that we would love to change about it.  And, while there is nothing we can do to change the type of skin that we have, there are ways to manage our skin problems so that it always looks its best. In order to determine what skin care regimen is best suited for you, your first step is knowing how to determine your skin type.  Read More...

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    Fight Dry Skin

    Is this long hard winter taking a toll on your skin? If you are suffering with uncomfortable dryness or skin that is so dry that it is flaking, cracking, or inflamed (eczema), than you need our Whipped Shea Body Butter with Goat’s Milk now more than ever for soothing natural relief!  Click here for product detail.  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...