skin

Sulfur and MSM

Mar 29

We are often told to eat our vegetables to get vitamins, drink enough milk because of calcium, use sea salt for iodine, eat egg yolks for their healthy fat profile, or eat brazil nuts to get our daily dose of selenium. But sulfur is something we don’t hear or read about very often, or at […]

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Dry brushing for lymph and skin health

Jan 10

Our skin does not just protect everything that is underneath it – like muscles, organs, joints, bones, and vessels – it also works as a large detoxification mechanism. The average adult human body has a surface area of between 1.5 and 2 square metres and it varies in thickness depending on the body part we […]

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THE BIG THREE

Nov 08

The other day my boyfriend asked me why more people don’t use the natural approach to skin care and home care products we have adopted. These things work very well, they are gentle on the environment and our health, and they are also very budget friendly; so what makes people keep putting chemical ingredients on […]

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OIL CLEANSING

Oct 18

Let’s talk about oils again. This time we will leave the area of cooking oils and the healthy fats we should include in our diet, and instead we will focus on the use of oils on the skin. Most of us probably picture oily skin, acne, shiny foreheads, blackheads, and clogged pores when talking about […]

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WHAT IS IN YOUR CREAM?

Oct 14

I used to be obsessed with makeup. And when I say obsessed, I mean really MAC-Chanel-Dior-obsessed. I never left the house without a full face of makeup, or at least heavy eye makeup. I was twenty years old, had perfect skin, and a lot of money to invest in expensive products, and plenty of free […]

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