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Health Blog

  • Got Psoriasis or Rosacea?

    There are two skin conditions that can cause confusion and these are psoriasis and rosacea.  Find out more about the differences and what they have in common...
  • Dandelions are not Just for the Bees and Pollinators

    Spring means that time of year when dandelions appear in every patch of grass - and that is a good thing.

    Even if you love the appearance of a freshly mown lawn in your front or back yard, then consider leaving a section where you don't cut until the end of the summer for your own piece of wildflower meadow, providing extra nectar for bees and other pollinators.

  • Have You Checked Your Moles Recently?

    Moles are small, colored spots on the skin. You need to know that most people have them and of course they're usually nothing to worry about unless they change size, shape or color.
  • Does Your Neck Show Your Age?

    The skin on our neck and chest is really delicate, with very little oil to provide natural hydration and protection and yet, so often we neglect this fragile area.

    Instead, we tend to focus all our attention on our faces.

    If you are anxious to quickly diminish those tell-tale signs of aging (that can so easily start to develop on the neck and décolletage), then, you're in the right place.

  • How Serious is Scabies and What is the Solution?

    Scabies is a serious skin condition because it is very contagious and can spread so quickly through close physical contact.  Find out about the sign and the symptoms as well as the solutions.
  • Reduce The Appearance of Scars

      It is important to know that scars are a natural part of the body's healing process. Most wounds (unless they are very minor) will produce some...
  • How to Know if You Have Hives and How to Treat Them

    Hives are red, raised, and very itchy bumps that can form anywhere on the skin, including the scalp. Hives tend to come and go within a few hours but they may well come back again - and if they do come and go on for longer than 6 weeks, they’re called chronic (long-lasting) hives. 
  • How to Remove Any Skin Tag

    Skin tags are small growths that hang off your skin. 

    Although they are common, they are harmless but you should never attempt to remove skin tags yourself in an unsafe way because they could bleed heavily especially if they are large.

    However, there are safe and gentle ways for them to be removed. 

  • Why Do Your Feet Hurt?

    Did you know that your feet can walk or run 110,000 miles in your lifetime?
    It is no wonder that sometimes they can feel the strain!  Here are at least five good reasons why your feet might be hurting... 
  • Your Skin Doesn't Like Winter Wind and Cold

    If you are out and about in the winter months, the cold wind you are often faced with can wreak havoc with your skin, leaving it dry and under nourished.  Find out how to fight back in a natural way...
  • Simply Eye Serum for Tired Eyes and More

    The skin around the eyes is extra sensitive and can be one of the first areas to show aging including lines under the eyes, puffiness and dark circles.  All the symptoms of tired eyes...
  • Are You Confusing Milia with Whiteheads?

    Milia are tiny white bumps that usually form on the face on that skin around the eyes, the nose and the cheeks. 

    While sometimes they occur spontaneously, at other times they can happen in response to skin damage.

    Find out more about this skin condition...