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Herbal Tea for Glowing Skin!

Posted by STEPHANIE Willis on

Herbal Tea for Glowing Skin!

I’m really a lover of a good BOLD roast coffee bean, smooth and rich with hints of chocolate and berries. With that being said, I, like many other Americans, I consume more than my fair share in a 24-hour period, in part because I’m a hardworking business owner, always a cup-in-hand,  the other is because it’s absolutely delicious! Who can resist it? Unfortunately, coffee contains caffeine and while caffeine isn’t all bad, an over-consumption of caffeinated drinks can wreck havoc on your skin, especially if you aren't consuming the recommended amount of water that your body needs to stay hydrated...

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War on Acne

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War on Acne

The biggest challenge our customers face next to eczema is acne; both are inflammatory responses to a deeper issue. Between prescription, drugstore and other high-end treatments, there’s a confusing variety of remedies for problem skin. Few really work, and those that do must be applied and reapplied, again and again, right! Many simply fail to deliver, leading to frustration and a problem that won’t go-away. As the largest organ on your body, one of the skin’s roles is to act as the backup organ for the kidneys and liver, says certified nutritionist Lauren Talbot. “When these organs are at capacity,...

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Managing Ingrown Facial Hair

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Managing Ingrown Facial Hair

Pseudofolliculitis also known as barber’s itch, folliculitis barbae, razor bumps and ingrown hair, is a common problem for individuals with coarse hair. It occurs after facial or body hair has been shaved and the hair begins to regrow. Coarse hair tends to curl into the skin instead of growing straight out the follicle, leading to an inflammatory reaction. The result is itchy, red and pimpled skin. Inflamed acne like pustules can also form, if the area becomes infected. Pseudofolliculitis barbae can be divided into two types of ingrown hairs: hair that has exited the follicle and reentered the skin (extrafollicular) and hair that never exits...

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