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Health Blog

  • Secrets for Beautiful Skin

    In most cases. a beautiful skin will not just happen!  It takes time and effort.

    We share how to help achieve a beautiful skin with particular emphasis on preventing wrinkles, ensuring a good cleansing routine and treating any acne.

  • Naturally Tackle Skin Tags

    Skin tags are painless growths on the skin, connected to the skin by a small, thin stalk called a peduncle.  They become quite common in both men and women - especially after the age of fifty. Although they can appear anywhere on your body, though they’re commonly found in places where there are skin folds.  Find out more and what you can do about them.

  • Enhance The skin Around Your Eyes

    While you might wish it weren’t so, the skin around your eyes is one part of your body that can show the earliest signs of premature aging, particularly without proper care.  And then there is the question of fine lines and even wrinkles appearing on the skin on your face.

    We share helpful advice for both these areas of concern.

  • Is Nail Biting a Problem for You?

    Nail biting is a surprisingly common habit that usually starts in childhood, usually around the age of ten.  While some children will soon grow out of this habit, others will carry on with this distressing habit into adulthood.

    Officially known as onychophagia, it is what psychologists call a body focused repetitive behavior or BFRB.

    Find out more about this habit and what can be done to kick it.

  • A Natural Product for Rosacea

    Rosacea is a skin condition that is more likely to affect parts of your face - such as your nose, cheeks and forehead.

    However, other areas, such as your neck, upper chest, back and ears, can sometimes be affected too, especially with flushing.

    Rosacea is sometimes called acne rosacea, as it can look similar to acne.  But it is a different condition.

  • Are These Bad Habits Helping to Age Your Skin?

     We have all heard the saying about "getting our beauty sleep" and there is more than a grain of truth in that.

    But there are several bad habits that might be undoing the good of our beauty sleep...

  • A Natural Product for Scars

    Scars appear on the skin after a wound or injury has healed.  Although most of the time, scars will fade over time, this process can take up to two years or more.

    We share some suggestions on how to improve the appearance of scars including our 100% natural solution...

  • How Vital is Vitamin C for our Daily Health?

    Many of us will think that if we have an glass of fresh orange juice from time to time, that will provide us with sufficient vitamin to keep us safe from colds and flu especially during the winter months.

    But that occasional glass will probably be insufficient to provide us with enough vitamin C - and keeping us safe from colds and flu is just one small aspect of the importance of vitamin C.

    We share information on all the other benefits of taking vitamin C...

  • Psoriasis and How Meditation Can Help With the Symptoms

    Psoriasis is a long-lasting, noncontagious autoimmune disease appearing as raised areas of abnormal skin that can be red, pink or purple as well as dry, itchy and scaly. 

    And it can cause considerable discomfort...

  • Nail Fungus or Athletes Foot?

    If you are suffering from nail fungus or athletes foot, we share helpful tips and solutions for these two fungal infections...
  • Beauty Products for Your Eyes & Neck

    When we make the effort to take care of our skin, we might just concentrate on the facial skin without thinking too much about the area around the eyes or the neck itself.

    But of course the skin around the eyes and the area of the neck are just as important as the face itself - and should be treated just as carefully.

  • Got Keloid Scars or Any Other Scars?

    A keloid scar is an overgrowth of tissue that occurs when too much collagen is produced at the site of a wound.

    That scar will just keep on growing - even after the wound itself has healed.

    Find out more about how to tell when you have a keloid scar and what you can do about it.